Criss Cross

Criss Cross

This book may not appeal to everyone. The first chapter made me wonder how on earth it won the Newbery. Second chapter, more of the same. By the third chapter, I was mezmerized. Reading this book was like being immersed in a beautiful flowing stream of...
Fiela's Child

Fiela's Child

Fiela’s Child by Dalene Mathee moved me as only a few books do. I’ve enclosed the snyopsis from Dalene Matthee’s website (though the author passed away in 2005) because once I’d read this, I knew I couldn’t summarize it better. It’s...
Cry, the Beloved Country

Cry, the Beloved Country

Cry, The Beloved Country is a book that has been on my to-read list since I first started doing intense research  about South Africa a few years ago. I finally listened to the unabridged version on CD and finished it yesterday. Part of my hesitation, I guess, is that...
Parsley Tea and Robin Hood

Parsley Tea and Robin Hood

I have a fond memory of drinking parsley tea at ten years of age during a close-down-the school-in-Iowa blizzard. These kinds of memories are what inspired the beginning of the book I’m working on (working title: Who the Frack is Maddie Jackson?). Back on that...
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