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About meReader. Aspiring Writer. Love libraries, bookstores, thrift shops. Grew up in Connecticut and somehow ended up in Florida.I write teen angst and humor about growing up in the 60's, 70's and 80's. Can't not write.

About my libraryLantana- new, love this little place!
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Just came across your review of The Language of Flowers. I agree completely! Great review.
Hello again from Arizona. I've just read your review of "Heaven is Here" and must admit to my admiration for your perserverance in getting through this book. Your comments are indicative of someone who is just too logical to love a book like this. I've been asking the question for years about why god gets all the credit when things go well and none of the blame when they don't.

I lived in a suburb of Salt Lake City from 1999 to 2002 and enjoyed the company of all my large LDS families around me. We were welcomed to the neighborhood without ever being asked about our religion (none, basically, for either of us). We could see, however, that the church basically was the entire life of these people, apart from their careers.

I found your review very thoughtful and enjoyed reading it.
I forgot to mention, I lived in Boca Raton back in 1995 through late 1998. It was beautiful, but I hated living there (I'm a native Californian). I still see the area when I visit my son & his family in West Palm Beach. I have some beautiful photos of my time in the state.
Just read your review of my book club's book for September meeting. I couldn't have said it better! An extremely unrealistic story and I couldn't stand Victoria until the end where she finally tried to give something of herself. Then I fell for the sentimentality anyway because I have a really soft spot for mother/daughter stories. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this.
It's me, Becky. I'd much rather be friends here on LT than on FB anyway.
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