Tag: Regional Literature

Book Review: Tennis Lessons

Title: Tennis LessonsAuthor: Susannah Dickey Publication Date: 2020Publishing House: Doubleday This is the first book in my Irish regional literature project. I love finding books while on adventures that mean something to the place. In Darry we stumbled upon a wonderful used book shop and the proprietor was more than happy to make suggestions. In regards

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Author Interview with Jill Sheeley

While in Aspen I found a wonderful book titled Those Were the Days: Memories of an Aspen Hippie Chick. On a whim I reached out to the author, Jill Sheeley, and she was more than happy to do an author interview. I absolutely loved doing this interview, Jill was a delight to talk to. Her

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Book Review: Legends of the North Cascades

Title: Legends of the North CascadesAuthor: Jonathan EvisonPublication Date: 2021Publishing House: Algonquin Books I’m always looking for my next book and I’ve been trying to expand what I read over the last coupe of years. One way that I do that is to find regional literature. While visiting Olympic National Park I found a book

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