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A sojourn to Paris just ahead of Valentine’s Day, especially to spend time in the renown Paris (American) Library, with thousands of 5 star ratings, sounds like heart and soul for Literary Ladies.
Fiona Davis is a best-selling, masterful author of historical fiction. In The Masterpiece, she takes us to New York’s Grand Central Terminal School of Art. Yes, it really was! In the stunning Art Deco architecture of Grand Central, art of every genre was taught until 1929, when the school was lost until it was again found until… Well, it’s a book that appears to remind us why we read. And love to discuss what we read!
Hurston’s book, written 85 years ago, has somewhat recently achieved its current status to be considered a classic and one of the best books of the 20th century. It’s intrepid in style, poetic and pensive, passages that one must stop to read…and read again. Often mentioned in our February book, hopefully it piqued curiosity in many of us…and will lead to one of our (as always) fabulous discussions.
Megan‘s newest book, A COIN FOR THE FERRYMAN, (bound to be a bestseller), will be released on March 12, giving us time to read it for May meeting. Megan has written an award-winning memoir, “Roads from the Ashes” and great HF novel, “Strings, A Love Story,” plus the marvelous Copper Black mystery series. New members, please acquaint yourself with this great writer by checking out her bio and blog at meganedwards.com. She’s a marvel and it’s an honor to have her among us. You don’t want to miss May!