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Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Miseducation of Cameron Post

I’ve been reading a lot of nonfiction about LGBT Christians lately but  this is the first YA novel I read about a young woman’s adolescence and coming out.  Things I liked:  the main character seemed real and consistent, Danforth has an eye for small details and beautiful moments in nature, the author’s portrayal of an […]

God and the Gay Christian


What a HOT MESS.  Ugh.

Devil In The White City

Olive Kitteridge

Whew.  This one is a hard read:  short interwoven stories about a coastal Maine town and its inhabitants, mainly angry Olive Kitteridge.  Strout goes so deeply into her characters loneliness and pain.  OUCH.  When Olive’s son, Christopher moves across the country and stops calling, I thought I might not be able to finish the book.

Introducing Aunt Dimity, Paranormal Detective

The first two books in a quirky series by Nancy Atherton.  Charming, silly.  Maybe like watching Murder She Wrote?  I love the English garden settings.