Left On Tenth- A Second Chance At Life by Delia Ephron

If you are in Manhattan traveling Downtown in a car on Fifth Avenue or Seventh Avenue and you want to turn onto Tenth Street, you have to turn left. It's a one-way street, west to east. Left on Tenth is my way home. I was left on Tenth when my husband died, and after that, …

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Skylight Confessions by Alice Hoffman

A house made of glass, a boy whose father can't love him, a woman who finds love too late. Alice Hoffman writes about love and loss, with a hint of magic, in a way that no one else can. Her books feel like modern fairy tales, and they're always moving and a bit different. Orphaned …

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Survival Lessons with writer Alice Hoffman

As you probably know, this year I've been reading all Alice Hoffman's books, which has been a lovely experience, and I'm quite sad that I've nearly read them all. Thankfully she's still writing more, with another coming out soon. Hoffman often writes about small town, suburban America, with magic realism often a  theme. Her books …

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