Writers Read! Here's a list of what my eyes and ears have been treating me to... Maybe you will find something to enjoy! I will work to keep this list updated...
Louise Penny’s Inspector Gamache series- pure escapism- my first foray into mysteries
The Outlander Series- (book research!)
Marilynne Robinson- Jack- favorite author
Robin Oliveira- I Always Loved You- A story of Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas
Jennifer Chiaverini- The Quilter’s Apprentice
Paulette Jiles- Simon the Fiddler- another great story by Jiles- Civil War era
Lisa Wingate- The Book of Lost Friends- another post-Civil War historical fiction
Ashley Sweeney- Answer Creek- a woman’s survival in the 1840s of the ill-fated Donner Party’s trek west.
Marlena Madura Baraf- At the Narrow Waist of the World- a memoir of a Jewish family in mid-20th century Panama.
Jon Cohen- Harry’s Trees- a sweet contemporary novel of loss and love… and trees!
Sally Cole-Misch, The Best Part of Us- a beautiful story of Canadian wilderness, native culture, family, loss and love.
Barack Obama- A Promised Land..
Judithe Little- The Chanel Sisters: A Novel
Eileen Sanchez- Freedom Lessons- a teacher’s experience in 1970s desegregating South
Elena Schwolsky- Waking in Havana: A Memoir of AIDS and healing in Cuba