Category Archives: Just Book Talk

Reading Indelible Ink

Last week, there was a book segment on the Today show with a panel of authors and publishers. One of the featured books was Indelible Ink, which explores the work of a courageous early-18th-century journalist in the face of the … Continue reading

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Do You Ever Re-Read Books You’ve Read Before?

Have you ever read a book that was so good you read it again? I have, but only a few. Among the books I have read more than once are The Witness by Nora Roberts, The Forgotten by David Baldacci, The Great … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Serial Novels

Have you ever finished a book then wondered what would have happened next in the lives of the characters if the story had continued? I certainly have. Over the last few years, I have found that I enjoy serial novels … Continue reading

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