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The End of Another Week

In the meantime, here is a taste of one of the stories from Edna Ferber’s Buttered Side Down. I chose it because I think so many of us who are writers can relate to these few paragraphs. There is more to the story, of course, and you can pick it up from Project Gutenberg if you want to read the rest. Continue reading

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Roast Beef, Medium

What I have been doing is squealing with delight as I discover new, less-popular works of some of the noted authors of the early, early 20th Century. As God is my witness, I’ve not bought a book, but I have raided Project Gutenberg and the public domain on nearly a daily basis. Continue reading

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About those book reviews…

I have been looking over my “to-read” and “to-acquire” lists on Goodreads. There are 82 “to-read” and 44 “to-acquire”, and I have 3 I’m “currently reading”. We’re going into the Way Back Machine for most of the rest of the year. A good chunk of what’s on my “to-read” list is literature from the late 19th Century and early 20th Century. If you go to Goodreads and look at what I’ve read recently, you’ll see what I mean. I’m not setting a particular order for reviews of what I’ve read recently. They’ll come as they come. For those who might be curious as to what’s on the lists, find me, and follow along. Continue reading

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