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And that’s always exciting. This was what my kitchen looked like last month, with the fruit trees outside in the terraced back yard pressing in at the window. Things are greener now. The cedar waxwings are taking their last bites … Continue reading
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Time of Grace on Promo to Mark Easter 1916 Centennial
When I started writing the book that became Time of Grace in 1996, I really gave little thought to the Easter Rising of 1916 being almost 100 years old. After all, as a child in Dublin in the 1970s, I knew an elderly … Continue reading
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Review: A Long Way from Paris
With the arrival of spring comes thoughts of greenery, young animals, travel, and so on. Not long ago, I happened to stumble on a memoir by an unfamiliar writer, E.C. Murray, called A Long Way from Paris and loaded it on my Kindle. … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews, Travel Tagged 1980s, A Long Way from Paris, E.C. Corcoran, France, French, goats, language, memoir, paris, review, small press, spring 2 Comments
Marking St. Patrick’s
As I mentioned in a previous post on this blog, I don’t ever do much for St. Patrick’s, but I usually find myself in a celebratory mood anyway because of the coming of spring. The fruit trees are blossoming madly … Continue reading
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