I’m so glad you are here! Take a look around, and if you have a question or request, will you let me know in the Comment section below? Meanwhile, let’s scout around: Find these links at the TOP (desktop), in the MENU (tablet, phone), and BELOW. Click to go. Emilie Loring: An introduction to the … More Welcome! Here’s how to get around.
Nearly a decade after Emilie Loring bought and renovated Blue Hill’s Stone House, she recalled, “In the cellar was a well of the clearest, coolest water, and a space walled in with granite. There was also a ghost, which interesting if not wholly alluring fact was kept discreetly in the background till the purchase money … More The Ghost of Stone House
I heard the truck pull up outside. I peered out my front door and watched the driver check the delivery slip. By the time he walked to the back of the truck, I stood in the street, waiting for the back panel to rise. The books were here. This would be my first glimpse. I … More The Books are Here! The Books are Here!
No surprise, we are an eclectic group of readers who have found our way to Emilie Loring! Here are our survey results: How old were you when you read your first Emilie Loring book? Sixty percent of us had read an Emilie Loring book before our twentieth birthday. AND at every decade, Emilie Loring has … More How We Got Here: Our Survey Results
Welcome to The Emilie Loring Collection, 2023. There are 305 posts in this blog, so if you are new here, pull up a chair and get cozy. I’m always curious to learn how people find us here and what their background with Emilie Loring is. Some have only recently discovered her–maybe today–and others have been … More Many Paths to Get Here–What Was Yours?
“We haven’t any money to spend, but we have love and time and an opulent imagination…” … More “Her Christmas Ships” by Emilie Loring
Habits die hard, especially when they are reinforced, as my research habit was recently. I had a few minutes to myself and thought, “I wonder if there are any newly digitized pages in the Maine newspaper database.” (You know, like everyone thinks sometimes.) And there were! The danger of finding new information, of course, is … More But Wait! There’s Still More!
Happy Landings Goes to the Printer Welcome back from Thanksgiving week! I am happy to report that Happy Landings: Emilie Loring’s Life, Writing, and Wisdom has gone to the printer. It’s going to be a pretty book: sky-blue jacket wrapped around a flag-blue hardcover with silver lettering. I can’t wait to hold it in my … More ‘Tis the Season: Happy Landings and a New Quiz