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Wild Sweet Orange Ride: Journeys Home

by Julia Gregg

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In this collection of essays, Julia Gregg explores the search for place, touching on threads common to most of us: seeking to raise ourselves above prejudice and pettiness, looking to connect past and present, trying to nurture children without making the mistakes of our parents, making different mistakes, and finally finding our own peace, light and air. Ms. Gregg is a master storyteller, as readers of her columns in the Evansville (Indiana) Courier and Press have known for 25 years. One local reader writes, Without a hint of the maudlin, she can create a scene and then tug at the heartstrings like few writers can. Her words are thoughtful and lyrical ones. And with this book, she invites you on one wild sweet orange ride… (more)
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In this collection of essays, Julia Gregg explores the search for place, touching on threads common to most of us: seeking to raise ourselves above prejudice and pettiness, looking to connect past and present, trying to nurture children without making the mistakes of our parents, making different mistakes, and finally finding our own peace, light and air. Ms. Gregg is a master storyteller, as readers of her columns in the Evansville (Indiana) Courier and Press have known for 25 years. One local reader writes, Without a hint of the maudlin, she can create a scene and then tug at the heartstrings like few writers can. Her words are thoughtful and lyrical ones. And with this book, she invites you on one wild sweet orange ride

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