And We Note Our Place With Book Markers*

 As you’ll know if you’re kind enough to read this blog on a regular basis, I don’t do book reviews. There are others far better qualified than I am to do that. But I love to discuss books, especially with fellow book lovers.

That’s one reason I truly enjoyed talking about books with the late Maxine Clarke. She was a dedicated friend to the online book community, and very supportive of those of us who write. I miss her very much, so it means a lot to me that there’s a site dedicated to great books that she would have enjoyed.

Petrona Remembered was originally set up by the late Bernadette Bean to serve as a resource for book recommendations. Then, Bill Selnes at Mysteries and More From Saskatchewan had the terrific idea that all of us in the book community could add to it books that we would recommend for Maxine.

Today, I’d like to recommend Donna Malane’s My Brother’s Keeper. Please stop by Petrona Remembered and check out what I have to say about the book. And please contribute your own book recommendation if you’d like. All you have to do is email me your review (margotkinberg(at)gmail(dot)com). I’ll do the rest!

 

 
 

*NOTE: The title of this post is a line from Simon and Garfunkel’s The Dangling Conversation.

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6 responses to “And We Note Our Place With Book Markers*

  1. Bill Selnes

    Well chosen Margot. Left a comment over at Petrona Remembered.

  2. Col

    Cheers Margot – off to look it up!

  3. kathy d.

    Thank you for continuing to remember Maxine in this way. She was a book reviewer extraordinaire as was our friend, Bernadette.

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