Our Christmas tree is decorated, lights are up outside, and most of our presents are under the tree, waiting for Christmas morning. I’ll do a little more wrapping today, and Santa will bring his gifts after we go to bed on Christmas Eve. I enjoy gift-giving. I like to think about people I care about … More From Me to You: Gifts from Her Pen
They came from apartments on Beacon Hill and from brownstones in the Back Bay. Each had a different purpose, and each had taken a different journey to get to this place and this day. Some were writers; some were musicians, sculptors, or painters. But they were all members of the National League of American Pen … More A Good Book Stays With You
This is a 1939 ad from the Battle Creek (Michigan) Enquirer. Spencer’s sold used books and rented books at what seem to us now as incredibly cheap prices. Three cents a day to rent a book? But remember when this was. The nation had just come through the Great Depression, and families were still getting their … More Up-to-the-Minute Books Are Here!
There couldn’t be better timing for an original, Emilie Loring book to come out as an e-book. And what a nice story to choose! “If you could read only one Emilie Loring book, this is a good choice.” see: Emilie Loring’s Last Book: To Love and to Honor “Emilie Loring sounds great. I’d like to read … More How to Give Emilie Loring This Season