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Review: ‘The Singular Pilgrim’ by Rosemary Mahoney

I don’t read large books, because it takes me forever to even finish reading one book. But there was a particular reason I picked up this 400-page beast by Rosemary Mahoney: I have been struggling with my spirituality. “The Singular … Continue reading

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York County libraries offer resources to encourage New Year’s resolutions

Deb Sullivan of York County Libraries shows how the library can help support your New Year’s resolution in this Jan. 18, 2014, post.

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York Twp. writer Marvin Simkins, 94, releases memoir, ‘The Best 90-Plus Years of My Life’

York Township writer Marvin Simkins, 94, self-published his autobiography “The Best 90-Plus Years of My Life” in June 2013.

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Children’s author, illustrator Jonathan Bean releases new book

Harrisburg local and children’s author/illustrator Jonathan Bean will be at Midtown Scholar Bookstore Jan. 8, 2013, to debut his recent release “Building Our House.”

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‘Toothbrush People’ shows impact of international travel

The former CEO of Penn State York, Don Gogniat, compiled memories of Semester at Sea students into a book.

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Wrong turns to a great European trip

By TERESA COOK York Daily Record / Sunday News Doug Mack thought the book would make a good joke. “Europe on $5 a Day” — how ridiculous. He picked it up at the book sale for a coffee table conversation … Continue reading

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‘Half Broke Horses’ by Jeannette Walls

Jeannette Walls’ first book, “The Glass Castle,” sucked me it with its exceptionally well-written stories of Walls’ childhood. (Read a review by Book Buzz contributor Teresa Cook.) So when I saw a copy of “Half Broke Horses” in Target, I … Continue reading

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