Friday, July 14, 2017

A Guest Post from Judith Works



Everyone loves a good story, even when parts of that story are missing. That's when writers step in and fill in the blanks with nonfiction, or create the what if? in fiction.

This piece, by my author friend Judith Works, tells of her discovery of an old reading log (from the 1880s and beyond) in a used bookstore. It was in a pile of books to be discarded, yet this leather bound ledger, barely held together by a cracked spine, drew Judith's interest.

We can surmise a lot about a person from their reading list, and in Ellen B Churchill's case, we can only imagine the reasons for a 20 year gap. Enjoy!

 https://readingandwritingintherain.wordpress.com/2017/07/06/the-elusive-miss-ellen-churchill/


1 comment:

  1. What really did happen? An accident, boredom, she eloped?

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