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COVID OR N0: READING, PART 1, NEWSPAPERS

It’s a little exciting. Two of you asked what I have been reading during COVID.  Among my faithful readers, two requesters is Legion.  So this is a little exciting.  But let’s face it: COVID or not, I read a lot. … Continue reading

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ROSELEDGE BOOKS, WHAT A DEAL!

I may be away this summer, but Roseledge Books is there, open sometimes and offering it’s best deal ever. First things first — the deal. Maybe for this summer only, RB OVERSTOCK books are priced at the VERY LOW PRICE … Continue reading

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BROWSERS RULE!

She came to RB to get another Maggie Hope by Susan MacNeal, RB’s new series success of the summer, and stayed to talk about other books she might like.   When the yacht club was in the harbor several weeks ago, … Continue reading

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JULY: THE BLUEST BLUES, THE BEST BOOK EVER AND MORE PERFECT DAYS

Aarrghhh! Plagiarism makes me crazy and again, it is in the news.  Now it’s a Montana senator whose major contribution to his War College Master’s paper apparently was to re-arrange whole ideas from a few worthy papers written by others, … Continue reading

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HIGH SUMMER IS NIGH

UPDATE regarding Cod End:  Cod End has not been sold, but negotiations continue.  Summer plans remain a guess.  Once again I am reminded that truth is in the sources, and sources who are “pretty sure” are not sure enough.  This … Continue reading

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WALKERS BY, COMERS IN

NEWS UPDATE: Cod End has been sold to Linda Bean (I’m pretty sure) and may re-open for dockside eating (not as sure) sometime, under some name.  No sailboats  have sailed into the harbor yet, so I don’t know about other … Continue reading

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SUNNY, WITH BREEZE AND RIPPLES

“And what is so rare as a day in June? Then, if ever, come perfect days….” (Check webcam page to verify.) The breezes are soft and frequent enough  to see if I can still tell the whispering of old oak … Continue reading

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ROSELEDGE BOOKS IN ACTION

Wow!  How good can good be?  Take a look below and know that with people reading, then knowing about all of this, the world stands a chance.  These are some of the books readers chose the past several days: Bad … Continue reading

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GLORY(?) DAYS OF SUMMER

It is August 3 or 4 or 5 and the heater kicked on. AARGH!  But, as always in Maine, wait fifteen minutes or, in this case two hours, and folks walking by have shed their hoodies. If you are a … Continue reading

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GOOD SEARCHES MATTER

What is wrong with these people? Jonah Lehrer, riding high, invents a quote from Bob Dylan and expects it to pass. Why? Especially when Bob Dylan’s relatively few words, often cryptic and/or mumbled, are so much considered. Jonah Lehrer hasn’t … Continue reading

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