Review of “Miss Graham’s Cold War Cookbook: A Novel” by Celia Rees

I recently joined a book club as a means of getting out of the house in the time of plague and exposing myself to books I wouldn’t ordinarily read. The one below is the first example. Plot: Following the end of WWII, Edith Graham decides to use her experience as a school teacher and becomeContinue reading “Review of “Miss Graham’s Cold War Cookbook: A Novel” by Celia Rees”

Review of “Historical Fiction” by Joshua Fagan

Plot: The narrator is a writer, looking for ideas to write about the 2030s. His writer’s desk (he has a writer’s desk? Lucky guy!) is full of sticky notes, all inscribed with reminders to write about this time period. But what? It seems like all the best ideas have been used and beaten to death.Continue reading “Review of “Historical Fiction” by Joshua Fagan”