Christine Mason Miller

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“The cost of a thing is the amount of what I will call life, which is required to be exchanged for it, immediately or in the long run.” -Thoreau

In early January, as 2019 began to unroll its wide ribbon of possibility before me, I was already busy at work on a few writing and publishing projects that I thought would carry me all the way to 2020 and beyond. Believing they would provide the r

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This is a GREAT book - insightful, informative, thought-provoking, eye-opening. If you are at all interested in issues related to the crime and murder in America's inner cities, this is a must read.
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The Stranger in the Woods by Michael Finkel
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This was a pretty interesting story, and an easy read. A little slow in parts, and I was sometimes troubled by how persistent the author was with his subject (the hermit, who clearly did not appreciate his company), but I suppose if he hadn't kept at ...more
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This book was fascinating and harrowing - an extraordinary, detailed account of the confluence of circumstances that led to the tragedies the Donner party faced and endured. I have long been fascinated by life in the time of the pioneers when they he ...more
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I read American Wife and LOVED it, so I decided to read another one by Curtis Sittenfeld. I am afraid it wasn't nearly as interesting or compelling as American Wife. I stuck with it because I kept hoping it would take a turn toward something more wor ...more
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