Tag Archives: Jan Karon

The Pleasure Of A Book Sale

Yesterday I went to a book sale at my home library. It was as glorious as the summer-like weather we enjoyed. It was my first big sale in a long while. For many years, I anticipated the book sale another … Continue reading

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A Wednesday Reading Plus How It All Began

My very mini library tour ends on Wednesday with a stop at the Sloatsburg (NY) Public Library. I’ll be reading a passage from Murder, by George and will answer questions from the audience. I paid a call to Sloatsburg last year for All … Continue reading

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Fathers – Real and Literary

A Happy Father’s Day to all dads! Today I’m thinking of my dad, Bob, who passed sixteen years ago. He was a good husband, father, son, brother, uncle, and friend. He was not a boring accountant. Dad was a fun … Continue reading

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Writing Influences

I just started reading Joanne Fluke’s Blackberry Pie Murder , the seventeenth book in her Hannah Swensen Mystery Series, making this a terrific opportunity to tell you about a few writers who influenced my work. I’ll start with Ms. Fluke’s work. I discovered the … Continue reading

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