Sometimes you run across a good book in places you wouldn't normally look; in my case, I found it in the Western section: Matchless by award-winning author Jane Candia Coleman. The story starts out in Maine in 1855, where a young, rather sickly Augusta Pierce lives with her fiercely-abolitionist family. She has just met tall, broad-shouldered Horace Tabor and after a short time they are engaged. Horace, also known as Haw, is full of energy, confidence, and big ideas. Haw and his brother head for......more
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IN THE BLOG
I am very excited to introduce our first guest blogger, Patti Paulus. My position as the small business librarian started almost six years ago, and I have had the pleasure of knowing Patti as a client and friend for the past five years. I am so proud that the idea of an artist co-op from five years ago launched into such a successful business, The Palette & The Page. She has positively contributed so much to the downtown revitalization of Main Street in Elkton and the store makes shopp...
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