Posts tagged "women and children first"
To hear Sarah Blake discuss the process of creating her latest novel The Postmistress it truly drives home the all-encompassing nature of the writing process. Although it is a work of fiction the novel pulls little pieces of information from her personal life, stories she was told, and the reality of our modern wars and... Read more »
Once again it’s time to check in with Jac Jemc and the local shop Women and Children First to see what books are finding good homes this week. 1. Year of Cats & Dogs by Margaret Hawkins 2. Half the Sky – Nicholas Kristof 3. Where We Find Ourselves – Miriam Ben-Yoseph 4. Just Kids... Read more »
Once again it’s time to check in with Jac Jemc and the local shop Women and Children First to see what books are finding good homes this week. 1. What Would Jane Say? by Janice Metzger 2. Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout 3. Let the Great World Spin by Colum McCann 4. Gate at... Read more »
When you go to the website for the book seller Women & Children First the slogan reads “Shop as Independently as You Think”. It’s a motto to live by and applies not just to books but to everything you purchase. So, with that spirit is mind we will check in with this local seller each... Read more »