A Good Hard Look Is a Nice, Easy Read

After reading three or four dark, depressing, serious books (including the Diary of Anne Frank) in a row, A Good Hard Look by Ann Napolitano felt like a breath of fresh air. The easy-to-read style and intertwining-storyline structure reminded me a bit of Maeve Binchy, although the characters aren't quite as likeable....more
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Faithful Place: Compelling Family Drama Wrapped in a Mystery

Frank Mackey left home to escape a dysfunctional family and start a new life. His plans were to run off with his first love Rosie Daly, but when she doesn’t show, he believes that she has left to start a life without him. It’s only now, twenty-two years later, when her suitcase turns up, that he discovers she may not have left him after all, and that he can no longer escape the family he thought he left for good....more
this is a great review. i read the book and really enjoyed it, but reading your review was ... more

Opinion on starting a family at 35

This may not be the right forum for this, but it's been a daily discussion in my world. I just got married last September and am very glad I waited to get married and start a family until I was in a place where I know I can take care of myself and my family.  I would like to start trying pretty much now, but my husband would optimally like to wait a year and save. I try to explain that it may take us a year or more even to get pregnant. Even if we got pregnant tomorrow, we would be able to support and live our current lifestyle just fine. 

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