Lee Woodruff

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March Book Marks

As I write, March is still acting like a lion. There is not one lamb-like quality about the weather right now in the northeast.  But I can smell spring.  Yes, it’s muddy, earthy and cold, but snowdrops are popping up with their little white blossoms and there’s a certain exuberant bird song…hang in there. This month I’m featuring Vero Beach Book  ...

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February Book Marks

On the East coast, the end of February always feels like we’ve passed the hump and broken the ugly spine of winter.  So how better to honor my last ever school winter break than to take off for more winter in Sun Valley, Idaho?  But the truth is, winter just feels different out West.  Wait an hour and the snow squall becomes a cobalt blue sky.  The  ...

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January Book Marks

Indie Bookstore of the Month – Word After Words Books in Truckee, California. wordafterwordbooks.com/ Whenever we visit Bob’s brother Jimmy and the rest of the Truckee Woodruffs, this bookstore is one of my first stops in the picturesque Western downtown, complete with gunslinger wooden sidewalks.  It’s the best place to browse what’s new and check out  ...

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November & December Book Marks

November is a month of extremes.  We enter it stuffing our faces with leftover Halloween candy and we exit it stuffed like a turkey.  In the middle is Veteran’s Day, a time to pause from work, school or life and think about patriotism and those who serve our country, no matter what your politics.  To that end, I’ve included two books with a military  ...

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Fall Into October

It’s still unseasonably warm as I write and it seems as if hurricanes, fires, mass shootings and other natural and man-made disasters loom in our nation’s self conscious, harbingers of a strange time.  These events remind us how little control we truly have over certain aspects of our lives.  And they make me want to escape. Reading is a wormhole to  ...

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