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ROSELEDGE BOOKS AND SNOW: PROS AND CON

Roseledge before this weekend’s coming snow, forecast to be TWO MORE FEET before blizzard-strength wind rearranges it. Roseledge as the summer place of the heart and good books, as it has been and will be again next summer — with, … Continue reading

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NEVER TOO MANY BOOKS

You have a lot of books, some of which you haven’t read and may never read, but you want to buy more.  Oh boy!  Roseledge Books wants YOU. Your books are starting to take over your living space, a neighbor … Continue reading

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BOOKISH ROMP

Christmas cheer prevailed as Charlie and I and our almost-family neighbors had our biennial holiday romp at our almost-neighborhood bookstore yesterday. Everybody got a book (Thanks, moms), then retired to the Finnish Bistro across the street for really-good goodies and … Continue reading

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BOOKS ADDED SO FAR, 2008

In the column to the right, I’ve added a page to record the new books added to the shelves of Roseledge Books during this summer. The first “installment” of this ongoing saga is listed below because I don’t know how … Continue reading

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COVID19 NOTES 2, PLUS

AVOIDING THE VIRAL CONTAGION LIFESTYLE NOTES:  We of the poetry group met  monthly to have fun with  favorite poems.  My choices always seemed to be better with a change or two.  For instance, Emily Dickinson’s poem “To Make a Prairie” … Continue reading

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COVID19 NOTES 1, PLUS

We are one with “social distancing” and “shelter in place”, with boxed meals set outside the door, Charlie’s workshop masks at the ready, and my 2′ poker still good for pushing buttons and  better than anything else for keeping people … Continue reading

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WARY IS THE WORD OF THE DAY

Wary is the word of the day.  Front and center but below the bend of pages A1 and B1 in the paper NYT were two warnings to the naive reader, if such still exists. First wary warning is John Lefevre’s … Continue reading

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SUMMER JOYS

A blue heron stood between the wharf and the wrecks at mid-tide in front of Roseledge.  It was visible through the webcam if you looked at the right time. The little kids sailed this way and that in the St. … Continue reading

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BESTSELLERS OF 2011, SO FAR

Roseledge Books announces its first bestsellers of 2011! Three copies sold of Farley Mowat’s Bay of Spirits Vance Lee’s Restitution Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander And, if RB had had a third copy to sell, of Kai Bird’s Oppenheimer Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Knit … Continue reading

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