This beautiful intricate finely-crafted story will break your heart and mend it again before you turn the last page.
This is a genealogical mystery with a modern woman at the center…
Last week we traveled to California for a Foodie Fiction even featuring a recipe I created that is . . .
A recipe I created will be demonstrated on the Queen Mary and that’s why we hopped on board a plane and came to visit.
I recently enjoyed reading The Secret Room by Sandra Block. This is a sneaky little gem of a story . . .
I have lived in a tiny house on wheels for nearly three years now, and so I wondered what this book would be like.
I’m still trying to put my finger on the complex wonder that speaks to me so much in Ms. Garvin’s writing… and I don’t think it’s any one thing. The writing is seamless and rich. The characters are complex, authentic, and are remarkable in their caring for each other. My one great disappointment with this…
When I read that the daughters would all be descending on their Mum’s home at the ocean, this is not the story I pictured . . . it’s much more!
I was attracted to this book because of the gorgeous dog on the cover, but that’s not what kept me turning the virtual pages! The main character, Geneva Novak, is a Veterinarian, but she’s also a sleuth where her family is concerned.
I wanted to read this book because so many of my friends were talking about it.
When I was a kid, I read a book every day. Finally, the Parental Units got through . . .
I bought this book because Ann Garvin read it and loved it. She’s an amazing author, and I’d just come from a writing class where she passed along a whole stack of helpful information, so when she said this book was amazing, I figured she would know. It’s not a book I would have purchased…