Thu, 5 August 2010
Welcome to another summer edition of WORDS TO GO. Whether you're sitting on the dock or sunning or on the beach, we hope you're enjoying a good book or two...or maybe writing one! It's a slow time for book news and new reads, so this time around, Carole features two very different (and older) novels, both set during World War Two. She reads from her own book, An Ordinary Star and then reviews the haunting and powerful work Every Man Dies Alone by German writer Hans Fallada. What are you reading this summer? Send us your published work -- we welcome poetry, too. For guidelines, go to www.carolegiangrande.com.