Nancy Fontaine is a librarian and freelance writer living in New Hampshire with her husband, two cats, and every four years during presidential primary season, the national press.
The human brain can change, rewiring itself.
A man who can write a poem about the Three Stooges and HIV is, at heart, a poet of the people.
A newbie goes to a literary writing conference.
A detective who likes to talk... to the dead.
An apple a day (plus nine other things) keeps the cholesterol away.
A tale of Toronto, past and present.
A beautifully-written historical novel that is ultimately disappointing.
The game, the shows, the commercials, it's all over
A book that will make you think and touch your heart.
You snack, you lose (weight).