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Gorleston's Community Read

Gorleston Library are reading Sycamore Row by John Grisham, The Last Runaway by Tracy Cheavlier and Apple Tree Yard by Louise Doughty for their community read.  235 more words


The Happiest Day Of John Grisham’s Life

This post was originally published in February of 2011.

6:35 AM and it’s time for The Writers Almanac. Unless I’m running way behind on time, I drop the morning routine and devote a few minutes to listen. 252 more words


The Power of a Single Word on your Calendar

John Grisham was an attorney who hated his job. He wanted to become an author, but he didn’t know where to begin. Finally he decided to start writing a one-word message to himself on the early-morning squares of his monthly calendar: “ 1,028 more words

Helping You Follow God One Yes At A Time

NPR Hardcover Bestseller List

I love reading NPR, which amuses a friend of mine to no end (“They’re meant to be listened to, Sarah!”).  I also love lists, which, according to my uncle, is thanks to our German heritage. 402 more words

Sycamore Row, by John Grisham

A Time To Kill was always my favorite Grisham book.  Now Jake is back with another case in Sycamore Row.  I don’t think I can look at a Sycamore the same way ever again.   135 more words


Spending time at home to me is sitting in front of my computer and writing books. Over the years I have completed five manuscripts, and I am currently working on another. 309 more words


Vlog: Adaptations That Are Better Than the Book

In which Kendyl gives the short list of movies we prefer over the original books.