At a diner in Connecticut that also served as a book exchange, I picked a book up to flip through while I waited for the meal to arrive. Zap! I was hooked.
Monica Reads: Do you remember the Piasecny murders? Writer/filmmaker Gloria Norris does. They are an integral part of her captivating memoir about growing up in Manchester that you don’t want to miss.
Roger Wood takes the reader through the 1960s and all that entails. ‘Lawson Found’ brings home the passion of the times.
Monica Reads: If you love U.S. history, you will thoroughly enjoy this book.
Fannie Flagg brings to life the fears and experiences of young men and women sharing time and space with death and opportunities and hope.
Do you really know the people who come into your life and share your time and space?
‘Today I finished reading a book that will be a go-to-book for me whenever I want to feel good about the world.’
Monica Reads: Don’t miss The Muralist.
Welcome to Monica Reads: Well, are you ready to talk about the salaciousness of the candidates, the awkward way in which personal affronts and vicious brashness of sexual innuendo and printed prose occur on a daily basis either written of passed on as gossip at dinner parties and other meetings?