Category Archives: Bookshelves

I’m moving

Hello readers and friends– My site is moving, but will be the same, with a new address. Look for me at You’ll see my usual page with a row of books at the top. And there is a new … Continue reading

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Bookshelves Part 2

So the four books that I brought with me are: Beethoven’s Hair by Russell Martin The Burgess Boys by Elizabeth Strout Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham “Object Lessons” The Paris Review presents short stories. But it’s intriguing to see … Continue reading

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I brought four books with me to read on this mini vacation . . . I put Beethoven’s Hair in my carry-on bag–might as well get that book club selection started.  But at the last minute, I switched it for … Continue reading

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some of my bookshelves

These are some bookshelves that house books that are not classics, or literature.  These are more modern writers: Barbara Pym—-Quartet in Autumn; Alice Munro—–Selected Stories; Ethan Canin—-Blue River; Carson McCullers–Member of the Wedding; Barbara Kingsolver–Poisonwood Bible; There are French textbooks, … Continue reading

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