There’s a really good review of The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square by Melinda Bargreen in the Easter edition of The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. ((Which is a relief, after the horrendous review they ran of Tied to the Tracks — that one wasn’t by Melinda Bargreen, please note.)) As Lambert Square is now getting some attention, I think it’s time for a new edition of the newsletter.
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My name is Rosina Lippi. I'm a former academic and tenured university professor, writing full time since 2000. Under the pen name Sara Donati I am the author of the Wilderness series, six historical novels that follow the fortunes of a group of families living in upstate New York from about 1792-1825. A new series based on later generations of the same families was launched September 1, 2015 with The Gilded Hour. The next volume in the new series, Where the Light Enters, was released in 2019.
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If you are in difficulties with a book, try the element of surprise: attack it at an hour when it isn’t expecting it.
— H.G. Wells (attributed), Sir Osbert Sitwell
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