R.H. STAFFORD'S LIBRARY WOMAN Book Club Kits Added at Washington County Library
Fall is soon coming on with cooler temperatures. And with cool nights, there is nothing like hunkering down with a good book. Some individuals take it a step further, saying: Theres nothing like readi... Posted on 8/29/12 at 3:03 PM
ON MY MIND Volunteering at library book sale
Since 2006, I have beenvolunteering at the annual book sale ofWasnington County Library, R. H. Stafford Branch Libraryin Woodbury.
In a Woodbury Bulletin column dated April 4, 2007,I talked about bec... Posted on 4/17/11 at 11:18 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER New Tpaw video promotes upcoming book
Gov. Tim Pawlenty's new video promoting a book due out on Jan. 11 sounds a lot like a presidential commercial or something that would be shown on the huge televisions screens at a Republican conventio... Posted on 9/28/10 at 10:03 AM
A wag of my acquaintance once said that word processors are ruining the art of biography. He explained that it’s so easy to type on them (no carriage return, no worries of hyphenation, etc.), that “if Moses had one, there’d be 17 commandments rather than 10.”
As I’ve mentioned before, I love to read books that embrace a specific locale. In fact I got started reading when I was in high school and someone told me about Sinclair Lewis, a writer who grew up in a small town, like me. I gobbled up “Main Street” because it smelled like home.
After graduating from Harvard, Sara Houghteling studied for her master’s degree in fine arts at the University of Michigan, where she received a Fulbright Scholarship to Paris and one of Michigan’s highest honors, the Avery Hopwood Award for novels.
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