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Burnt Sugar

The Late Bloomers’ Club by Louise Miller is a recent novel about a forty-two year-old divorced woman who runs the family diner founded by her late parents in New England. Nora has a younger sister named Kit who, unlike Nora, … Continue reading

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Family Fodder

Burnt Toast Makes You Sing Good by Kathleen Flinn is a recently published memoir which touched my heart.  In this novel, the Midwestern rooted author shares the stories of her family’s joys and sorrows.  Raised on a rural farm in … Continue reading

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Très Bon

I begin this post with heartfelt thanks to my friend Adaleide at the library who recommended the book French Women Don’t Get Fat. Even though weight is not an issue for me personally, this book was so informative and delightful … Continue reading

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