Monthly Archives: July 2016

A brief note

A quick note from Eleanor Brown: This blog will be updated again, but not by me. Do check in and say hello to the newbie! I have written Good Reads for many years, and have now given it up. I … Continue reading

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Everything started in Bayport with Frank, Joe, and pal Chet: They were a gateway drug to cozies, and then to biography, history and politics

Graham Moodie is a good person to know. He’s always jumping in to help out, a booster of local theatre and art, and he seems to know everyone and everything. Plus, he loves to read. “My worst reading habit is … Continue reading

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Robots don’t like rain clouds, So they steal them from the sky

  It is a bitter truth, but a truth nonetheless. Little kids do not have signing authority for the cheques that pay for the children’s books purchased by the Lennoxville Library. Not to say that kids don’t have any input. … Continue reading

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How can you live through tragedy, yet still love life? ‘Despite all the horrible things she lived and saw, she remained a gracious woman’

Nancy Chrétien was the president of the board of the Lennoxville Library for some four-and-a-half years, and ended her term about a year ago. But when it comes to the library, she’s a lifer! So, when’s the last time she … Continue reading

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