Monthly Archives: October 2015

What Women Want

The Canterbury Sisters by Kim Wright was a fortuitous find on the audio bookshelf in our library. I often say books find us rather than the other way around and this book found me at just the right moment. This … Continue reading

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Grief

After You by Jojo Moyes is a sequel novel to Me Before You. If you plan to read this book, you will definitely need to have read the prior book as this story begins where the other one left off. … Continue reading

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Pappa, Mamma, and Baby Bear

The Land of Steady Habits by Ted Thompson was a stellar find! I discovered it on the library shelf while looking for books on CD. I received so much more than anticipated from this fictional novel. This is the story … Continue reading

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Lasting Impression

The Marriage of Opposites is a new novel by one of my favorite authors, Alice Hoffman. This story is based on the family of Camille Pissarro the well-known impressionist artist. The story traces the history of his ancestors and their plight to … Continue reading

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And Then She Said

About Women: Conversations between a writer and a painter by Lisa Alther and Francoise Gilot is an interesting non-fiction book. Reading much like a play with two famous women as the main characters sans stage directions, the book is an ongoing dialogue … Continue reading

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