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I’m a constant reader. Here are some of the books I’ve read.

Walking Home, by Sonia Choquette

If I ever decide to take a long excursion on foot, whether it be the Pacific Crest Trail or the Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain, I know one thing I’ll do first. Break in those walking boots. Because aching … Continue reading

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At Home – Bill Bryson

With his new book, Bill Bryson, the travel, science and almost everything else writer, explores a subject a little closer to home – his own home.   It was built as a parsonage in 1851.  An unusual starting point, but it … Continue reading

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The Little Giant of Aberdeen County – Review

This first novel of Tiffany Baker is a very strange, readable and compelling story of hardship, history, love and revenge. “Truly” is the narrator of this novel. Named by her mother in the delirium of a bad childbirth, the baby … Continue reading

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