A book review of Marcel’s Letters a memoir by Carolyn Porter. The memoir tells the story of a French man forced to work in Germany during World War II.
Rejection is part of a writer’s life. At the end of the year, counting up your writing rejection may seem depressing, but it hopefully shows you’re moving forward.
A Blog Share on the topic of Family Holiday Recipe featuring Sarah White of True Stories Well Told in Madison and remembering grustali.
This inside story from the Secret Service agent Clint Hill who protected Jackie Kennedy shows what the presidency used to be like. It is hard to believe such protocol, decorum and restraint ever ruled the office of the President.
Fall is here. revisiting books that remind me of fall.
I finally learned how I learn after I left school.
The scent of our home says a lot about us. Remembering the smells of the homes I grew up with.
Whether traveling across the country or the world trying something new to taste is part of the journey. A roundup of the foods loved and lost across the globe.
What if you weren’t who you thought you were? A DNA test reveals Dani Shapiro’s father wasn’t really her father in Inheritance. What does that mean for her identity.
Remember That!? Driving Across the Country to See a Yucca Plant