Fashion Reviews: Free Country winter wear

Free Country Power Down Series Women’s Arches Down Jacket This is a lean machine of a down jacket. I ordered it in Large although I usually wear a Medium because I like to wear hoodies under my coats in the Utah balmy-NOT 10 degree winter weather. I usually buy Patagonia, which is a great coat. The […]

Book Reviews: The One Good Thing

The One Good Thing Author: Kevin Alan Milne Like Nicholas Sparks, Kevin Milne writes a gentle love story, with a tender ending. Halley and Nathan Steen live a happy life with their kids, Ty and Alice. Nathan is one of those good men, always doing good deeds. In fact, as long as Halley has known […]

Book Reviews: Pukka’s Promise

Pukka’s Promise – The Quest for Long Lived Dogs Author: Ted Kerasote   In this tale of love for his dog, Merle, who passed away too young, and his new addition to the family, Pukka, the lab, Ted Kerasote delivers the goods on why our dogs die so young, and enters the world of THE […]

Book Reviews: Call the Midwife: Shadows of the Workhouse

Call the Midwife: Shadows of the Workhouse  Author: Jennifer Worth The second novel in her autobiography as a 22 year old working in the poorest section of postwar London as a midwife, Jennifer Worth is compelling. The novels are now a PBS series. At Nonnatus House (a pseudonym), a convent and working base for nursing […]

Book Reviews: The Storyteller

The Storyteller Author: Jodi Picoult Normally, I swoon after reading a new Jodi Picoult. The Storyteller layered itself too thin for my tastes, and Picoult ambitiously takes on too much for this particular novel. Picoult, known for her tone perfect emotional nuances and complex, compelling characters, appears too forceful in this particular novel about families, […]

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