Monthly Archives: December 2022

The Sampler Plate

I have badly neglected my blog. Next year I’ll… oh, I’m not even going to bother finishing that sentence. Catching up on a a few small, fun things: Two library blogs chose Comeuppance Served Cold for their Best of 2022 … Continue reading

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Gifting: Book Recommendations

I have book recommendations for some of the folks on your gift-giving list this year.  Here we go: Books for the Reader of Feel-Good Books: Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby van Pelt. The book got lots of buzz for its … Continue reading

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Fulton Crossing

Fulton Crossing is an artist collective and gallery who held their Holiday Art Walk this weekend. The building used to be a chicken processing plant. When I worked at Copperhill, I’d often come to work up Fulton Road. Those days … Continue reading

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