Interview with Candace Simar and review of Blooming Prairie, the fourth book in her Abercrombie Trail series.
Mormon Diaries by Sophia Stone where she writes openly and honestly about her relationships and the faith she was raised in. This is a fascinating memoir.
Cotton Rock by Janet Smith Post. Life along the river in a small Ozark community where the waters are both troubled and healing.
Abercrombie Trail by local author Candace Simar, Historical fiction set in Minnesota during the Sioux Uprising.
Pomme de Terre by local author Candace Simar. Do you ever find yourself reading a book and the
story seems to fit with your own experiences? I've been reading the
Abercrombie Trail series, by local author Candace Simar.
With a Name Like Love by Tess Hilmo. A middle grade novel, history mystery told through the experiences of 13-year-old Olivene Love.
Music Therapy is music without the
ego. (p. 146)
Picoult from her novel Sing You Home
The Curse of the Good Girl Raising Authentic Girls with Courage and Confidence by Rachel Simmons
I loved every word of Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows epistolary novel,
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.
The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron