Book Beginnings

Near Sawrey, October, 1905

 "It was a splendid morning in October when Miss Abigail Tolliver departed this world--one of those brilliant, breezy days that sets the heart singing and stirs the blue English lakes and the blue English sky into a grand and glorious celebration of clouds and color. It was one of those perfect days that seem to promise the beginning of all good things, but because the leaves were whirling from the trees, it promised endings, too."


Katherine P said…
My library just put a bunch of Susan Wittig Albert's books on it's digital site. I've only read a few so I'm excited to get caught up. I love how descriptive she is.
Topazshell said…
That's exciting! Have a nice weekend.

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