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6 Books to Read This Spring

By Pam Lamp March 13, 2023

The bad news? I’m still recovering from a nasty case of the flu. The silver lining? My malady gave me the perfect excuse to lay around and read! During my convalescence, I ripped through – and enjoyed – the following books…

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Twelve Favorite Books in 2022

By Pam Lamp December 23, 2022

In my reading life, I did something different this year. I kept track of all the books I read, along with comments about what I liked or disliked. Friends often ask me to recommend a book, and this method helps me remember what I read two…

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Six Books to Give – or Receive

By Pam Lamp November 15, 2022

And here we go! As we fly into the holiday season – and the world gets even crazier – I breathe a sigh of relief. I no longer worry about outfitting my home, from top to bottom, in festive garland and velvet bows. My twinkling outdoor lights don’t…

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8 Books That Will Help You Live with Meaning and Passion

By Michele Meier Vosberg October 08, 2022

The search for meaning is an ongoing personal quest for many people. We want to live lives that are full of purpose, that allow us to understand and use the best parts of ourselves and that allow us to live our true values. We find answers…

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My Favorite Cemetery Travel Books

By Alexandra Kathryn Mosca September 30, 2022

Autumn. A time for pumpkin picking, hayrides, apple cider – and exploring cemeteries. There’s an energizing crispness in the air, and the cooler temperatures are perfect for long walks. In fact, taphophiles (cemetery enthusiasts) will tell you…

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6 Lessons Baby Boomers Learned from Classic Children’s Books

By Michele Meier Vosberg August 24, 2022

Were you a reader as a child? Did you snuggle up in a chair or under the covers at bedtime while an adult read to you? If so, chances are you were impacted by the wisdom found in children’s books. Reading helps us to understand ourselves…

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5 Books to Close Out Summer

By Pam Lamp August 17, 2022

As summer winds down and kids head back to school, I remember the days I’d prepare for my new grade. I loved covering my textbooks with brown paper, organizing my pencil case, arranging outfit combinations, and labeling my folders…

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The Only Luxury of Covid – Reading Lots of Books

By Ann Boland July 26, 2022

Covid finally caught up with me – in Sheboygan, WI on a ladies’ trip. Five of us tested positive after returning home. No, we didn’t mask; a mistake in hindsight. But for three weeks, I did nothing but read and binge television…

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5 Books to Read in May and Early June (VIDEO)

By Pam Lamp May 19, 2022

When my kids were younger, the month of May was crazy busy. Baseball games, graduations, and school calendars crammed with year-end events. Nowadays, I love May’s quiet, longer days. Dinners on the patio with farm stand produce….

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A Roundup of Great Books to Read

By Pam Lamp April 20, 2022

I’ve read some good books this month. If you celebrate Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, you may find one on this list to gift. Or hint for someone to give you! This roundup includes a mix of genres – fiction, historical fiction, mystery, non-fiction…

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