Monthly Archives: September 2012

Just how well do you really know your friends?

Have you ever wondered how you can fake a happy face even when you are down?  This idea of sharing real confidences is the theme of Nichole Bernier’s first novel, “The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D.” Kate Spenser is shocked … Continue reading

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The sweetest unrequited love story I have read…..

I may be impartial because the author is a very good friend of mine, but I recently re-read “the Boathouse” by Christopher Ochs and I was reminded for a second time how much I loved his self published novel. This … Continue reading

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I forgot how much I like Anne Tyler….

I think middle age is creeping up on me.  My book club chose the Anne Tyler book, “Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant” and confident that I had read it before, I put off reading it.  (Or potentially re-reading it). It turns out … Continue reading

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