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Dana Glossbrenner

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Dana Glossbrenner has spent most of her life in West Texas, with small towns of the region forming the inspiration for the fictional locale of Sulfur Gap. She's married with two children, two step-children, and six grandchildren. She currently resides in San Angelo, Texas.

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Dana Glossbrenner I leave the computer. Take a walk, work a crossword, lie with my feet elevated. There's also some yoga breathing techniques that help.
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Raise Your Hand If Tech Drives You Nuts

I wish I looked this cute while being crazy. When I was young and cute like this (sort of), I was one of the first people to get a word processor in the mid-1980s. I learned by trial and error how to produce a document, save it to a floppy disc, and print it. All without drop-kicking the green-screened monstrosity into the alley behind my house. I produced a 130-page Masters' thesis on that puppy

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The Testaments by Margaret Atwood
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The Testaments by Margaret Atwood
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Margaret Atwood's follow-up to "The Handmaid's Tale" is brilliant. The story unfolds through the writings of several women who live in Gilead, the dystopian vision of a future country carved from the former United States. Women are subjected to Old T ...more
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The Testaments by Margaret Atwood
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Margaret Atwood's follow-up to "The Handmaid's Tale" is brilliant. The story unfolds through the writings of several women who live in Gilead, the dystopian vision of a future country carved from the former United States. Women are subjected to Old T ...more
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The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson
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This book does not disappoint fans of Erik Larson. Typically, Larson delves into the human element that makes history worth reading about. The book is about Winston Churchill and those close to him--his family, his advisors, and his fellow power-brok ...more
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The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson
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This book does not disappoint fans of Erik Larson. Typically, Larson delves into the human element that makes history worth reading about. The book is about Winston Churchill and those close to him--his family, his advisors, and his fellow power-brok ...more
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Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
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This book had one of the most interesting narrators that I have read. She is cleverly snarky, tightly controlled, and very disturbed. Her observations from her protective OCD cocoon could be brutal but often brutally funny. I would describe the book ...more
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This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger
This Tender Land
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I loved this book from start to finish. A coming-of-age reminding me of Huck Finn, the story is a journey toward a wished-for home. Two orphaned boys and a Native American boy escape the confines of an orphanage where children are deprived of necessi ...more
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This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger
This Tender Land
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I loved this book from start to finish. A coming-of-age reminding me of Huck Finn, the story is a journey toward a wished-for home. Two orphaned boys and a Native American boy escape the confines of an orphanage where children are deprived of necessi ...more
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The Strange Journey of Alice Pendelbury by Marc Levy
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I enjoyed this book immensely. First, this Texan loves Brit lit. And second, it's well-written and the characters are well-drawn. The trip to Istanbul is exotic. The Turkish guide who pretends to be a stereotype of a Middle Eastern English speaker, a ...more
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“Charley Bristow paced his small living room. Celibacy was burning a hole in his pants.”
Dana Glossbrenner, The Lark

“Conventional wisdom tells us not to dwell in the past. I believe, however, that we should hold hands with it.”
Dana Glossbrenner, Women Behind Stained Glass: West Texas Pioneers

“Charley Bristow paced his small living room. Celibacy was burning a hole in his pants.”
Dana Glossbrenner, The Lark

“Conventional wisdom tells us not to dwell in the past. I believe, however, that we should hold hands with it.”
Dana Glossbrenner, Women Behind Stained Glass: West Texas Pioneers




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