A Cartoon Book Review by Ward Sutton

I came across an article about a literary collaboration while reading Pop Candy today that absolutely blew me away. Ward Sutton, best known for his political cartoons during the Bush Administration (check out Sutton Impact: The Political Cartoons of Ward Sutton). Barnes & Noble , as I’m sure most of my readers know, sells books […]

Exciting News about Historical Fiction Lovers Book Club!

As I mentioned before, I joined the Book Clubs application on Facebook and started my own online book club Historical Fiction Lovers.  We started the club reading Loving Frank and seven of us completed the Reader’s Guide and Review form.  There was some really good discussion, especially about Mamah and her choices.  I found out […]

Andrew Wyeth Thank You for Making This World More Beautiful

I was saddened to learn today that Andrew Wyeth has passed away.  He has been one of my favorite artists ever since I wrote a paper about him my senior year of high school.  I wasn’t one to be very interested in art at the time, but his work and his life opened my eyes […]

#134 ~ Loving Frank

Loving Frank by Nancy Horan In search of a home of his own, Mr. Edwin Cheney of Chicago convinced his wife Mamah to agree to commissioning a local American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, to design and build their family home. Mr. Cheney gained his house, but he couldn’t have known that he would ultimately lose […]

Historical Fiction Lovers Book Club

I really am enjoying Book Clubs on Facebook!  I set up a book club for historical fiction called Historical Fiction Lovers and our first novel is going to be Loving Frank by Nancy Horan.  One of my high school classmates suggested it a few months ago.  I’ve been to Frank Lloyd Wright‘s Fallingwater near Ohiopyle, […]