Category Archives: Faith Baldwin

Those Difficult Years

An early Faith Baldwin novel about the marriage of a librarian who grew up in Michigan?  Yes, although it’s worth noting that Leslie, the protagonist, quits her job shortly before getting married. Faith Baldwin is one of the most famous … Continue reading

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Hotel Hostess

It is time for me to eat my words, kind of.  One year ago today, on December 30, 2012, I wrote about mid-late 1930s romance novels in my post about You Can’t Eat Orchids, where I clearly stated that these … Continue reading

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Rehearsal for Love

“It was like fourteen mornings after.” Back in undergrad, one of my favorite local events was the Tompkins County Friends of the Library Book Sale.  It’s held twice yearly in a massive warehouse, and there is usually a line to get … Continue reading

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