Happy Friday! Today I’m bringing you a book with a narrative voice that completely endeared me to this story… not to mention the Appalachian setting that always gets my attention.
Where I Was Planted by Heather Norman Smith
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First (few) Line(s):
“I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about weeds. Not just the dandelion and chickweed that pops up uninvited in people’s vegetable gardens. I’m talking about the kind of weeds that squeeze themselves up through the tiniest of cracks in sidewalks, and in roads and parking lots, and in little crevices in rocks. They’re unattractive to most people, but I think these plants are remarkable.”
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