Get your mind out of the gutter. Accomplished writers strive for nuanced conclusions to the dramas their characters confront. But a deeply considered, complex denouement doesn’t preclude happiness (for a character or a reader). These are the books we treasure because their writers give their characters the hard-won happiness they deserve.
THREE GOOD THINGS
"Like Ellen's pastries described in mouthwatering detail, the book is warm and comforting."
A work of fiction about characters who could be your next-door neighbors. The third-person narrative is straightforward and conversational, almost like gossip over morning coffee in the kitchen.
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