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Molly Greeley first read Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice when she was 10. She’s re-read it multiple times since — and has now written her own Jane Austen-inspired novel, The Clergyman’s Wife.
The Clergyman's Wife, by Molly Greeley
In The Clergyman’s Wife, Charlotte Collins, née Lucas, is the respectable wife ...
Traverse City-based writer Doug Stanton has won the prestigious Stephen E. Ambrose Oral History Award from Rutgers Living History Society. Previous winners include Ken Burns, Steven Spielberg and Studs Terkel.
Kath Usitalo’s love for the U.P. is apparent in her new book, Secret Upper Peninsula: The Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure. The Naubinway writer (“it’s at the northernmost part of Lake Michigan”) loves the weird and wonderful parts of the U.P. and is always on the lookout for more.
Usitalo has written three books on the ...