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If you are captivated by creative storytelling—brimming with vivid imagery and emotional honesty—you will love Mark Johnson’s fourth book, I Think I’ll Prune the Lemon Tree.

Set against the warm and rugged landscape of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert, it features thirty-nine serendipitous, provocative, and humorous essays. Mark’s true stories and desert fantasies chronicle his tri
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Published January 29th 2021 by Blues & Greens Press
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Mar 06, 2021 rated it it was amazing
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Once again, Mark Johnson offers a collection of warm, funny, thought-provoking essays on life, family, friendships, and the unique challenges and pleasures of living.
Focusing on stories about becoming a new, full-time Arizona resident, Mark looks back over the years for insights into his new life, reflects deeper into the after-effects of surviving a health crisis, relates amusing and poignant anecdotes about the people in his life both past and present, appreciates the mountainous desert enviro
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Enjoyable reminiscing memories of Mark Johnson’s life from divorce because he faces and embraces that he is a gay man.
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I was born in St. Louis, Missouri. Now, in my sixties, I live happily in Scottsdale, Arizona, among the saguaros and palm trees.

From an early age, I found writing to be comforting and exhilarating. Since retiring in 2014 from corporate life, I've authored several books to pay tribute to vivid people and memories from my experiences in North Carolina, Missouri, Illinois and Arizona.

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