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Tag Archives: books
It’s crappy weather, and I needed books anyway. So Teddy Rosalie and I took a short trip to my favorite library branch, the Audubon Branch, next to Waltons Wood Park in Amherst. Teddy had never been inside a library and … Continue reading
Called off work today. No energy to write, either. Sometimes I just need to stay home and rest. Teddy Rosalie agrees. Especially since Teddy Rosalie has been neglected lately and really loves to pose for photos of any kind. … Continue reading
(ALSO IN KINDLE FORMAT – CLICK HERE) I am honored that Linda Bethea asked me to review her new book, “Everything Smells Just Like Poke Salad.“ Knowing Linda’s work from her blog, I expected a book full of humor and … Continue reading