**Note that this is the 3rd Monday in May.
For our Book Talk this year we are reading local. Peach Farmer's Daughter, by Davis-based author Brenda Nakamoto, was artfully published right here in Sacramento by boutique publisher Roan Press. (Kate Washington, founder of Roan Press, spoke to EFA NorCal in October 2011 about her company and projects).
So, please pick up a copy of the book, read, enjoy, and analyze, analyze, analyze. If you're writing or editing memoir right now, how does this book inspire you--or teach you what not to do? Are there particular choices or patterns in the book that you find effective or at odds with the story?