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Redhead by the Side of the Road by Anne Tyler

Dear Fellow Readers, Another message from Coronaville. It is possible to get used to this uncertainty. No, I guess it isn’t. If you, like me have some days that are harder than others. The problem is not when we can … Continue reading

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The Wrong Mr. Darcy by Evelyn Lozada with Holly Lorincz

Dear Fellow reader, I have a confession to make. I have not read Pride and Prejudice. Is that possible? I know I have read Emma by Jane Austin. I read it a very long time ago and I didn’t like … Continue reading

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Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman

Dear Fellow Readers, How are you doing? Are you okay through this sheltering in place?  It is harder than ever would have thought, isn’t it?  Of course, part of the issue is that we have no solid idea when it … Continue reading

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Hurricane Season by Nicole Melleby

  Dear Fellow Reader, One of my pet peeves is when someone turns up their nose at a book because it is categorized as “YA” or Young Adult. (According to Wikipedia, Young adult fiction (YA) is a category of fiction … Continue reading

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City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert

Dear Fellow Readers, I was avoiding reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s current book. I think that her hype for the book irritated me. Plus, she lives her life in the public eye and she was beginning to feel like that friend that … Continue reading

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