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"Sing, Unburied, Sing" by Jesmyn Ward

Like Jesmyn Ward’s previous novel set in Bois Sauvage, a Mississippi town of her imagining, “Sing, Unburied, Sing” is achingly honest, unmistakably southern, and award-winningly magnificent. 750 more words

Reading

Quotes from The Heart for Women Leaders

Now available, Quotes from the Heart, For Women Leaders. eBook/PDF format. $5.00.

Words to encourage women as they serve in leadership in our fast paced world. 70 more words

Writing

On Reading Pleasures, and not being alone

For my birthday last year, a friend who knows me well gave me a delightful little book titled Reading pleasures. I hadn’t planned to blog about it but, upon looking at it again this week, I changed my mind – mainly to share one idea that recurs in the book. 803 more words

Women Writers

First Sentence of the Day: K.C. Mead-Brewer

“I’m alone in my apartment but I have the TV on so it sounds like a bunch of people are in here talking.”

— K. C. Mead-Brewer, The Joke (matchbook, January 2018)

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Back catalogue: The Museum of Words

In brief ★★★★★

The Museum of Words is a reflection on the importance of language for identity and a sense of self – Blain ruminates on what matters more, understanding others, or being understood. 50 more words

Women Writers

NANCY DREW?

Snow Jan


What are snowy days for? To start a 1,000 piece puzzle of Nancy Drew book covers. That’s what. The puzzle takes me back to when my brother Bob and I put a jigsaw puzzle together on the dining room table. 278 more words

Books