Misha Crews

Stories from the heart. Books that feel like home.

Here’s something wonderful: In the 1950s, ABC aired a show called Life Begins at 80. The show featured a rotating panel of men and women in their eighties. In each episode, the panel would answer questions sent in by viewers, and would talk about how great it is to be eighty or older. Don’t you …

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Bibliolit is the literary genre which celebrates books, or in which characters are marked by a love of reading. Recently we have seen a delightful rise in the popularity of bookish romance, but bibliolit novels are not always love stories.

We all feel trapped sometimes. Sometimes it’s because we’re in an off-kilter relationship, or stuck at a job we don’t like, or just because we have bills to pay and our time is not our own. The song “Wildflowers” was made for those situations, when the walls close in and the way gets dark. And …

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