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… AND THE LIVING IS EASY

This was the week when special people bought Roseledge Books’ special finds, so RB has the first bestsellers (3 copies sold) of the summer: Farm Work, a catalog of Jamie Wyeth’s art includes an interview rewritten as if Jamie Wyeth … Continue reading

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OAQ’S*

*Once-asked-questions have been flooding (okay, seeping) into my email. As you all know, I hope, I answer them in the blog. So… Question: I’m going to Paris.  What’s a good mystery? RB Suggestion: Cara Black’s series features a different Parisian … Continue reading

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SUMMER ROUTINES #1

The strawberries are IN at the Produce Lady’s stand. I don’t care if they might be from New Jersey or if the other person beat me to the three ripest quarts as Scott nabbed the largest of the three remaining … Continue reading

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CATCHING UP #2

Most important: ROSELEDGE BOOKS IS OPEN, 2-6pm daily. The “open” signs are hanging from the porch, (but not in the picture), the flowers are growing, some brand-new and lots of other years’ new books are on the shelves, two book … Continue reading

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NEWS FROM TENANTS HARBOR

It is a glorious afternoon. (Check webcam shadows.) Iffy morning makes it all the sweeter. Iffy last two weeks makes it seem like a miracle. A rogue poplar is poking through the porch lattice in exactly the right spot to … Continue reading

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THE BUSH IS GONE!

Yes, the scene-stealing, invasive euonymous is no more.  (Webcam alert!)  Okay, the newly viewable rocks are befogged, but, as Mainers note, just wait a minute.  And the telephone line no longer rubs the tree branches and moans. Or maybe the … Continue reading

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