I started a book yesterday, "A Gracious Plenty" by Sheri Reynolds. It's is an old library book probably picked up from Crazy Days, or Five Days of Fun. It takes place in a cemetery. It's funny because I just finished Stephen King's "Pet Sematary," which is about a different sort of cemetery.

So in "A Gracious Plenty," the narrator was burned badly as a child and now as an adult has become a caretaker, like her father, of the cemetery. What's different is that she sees and talks to the spirits and they help each other out. Maybe, probably, solve a mystery or two along the way.

I may have to find more books by Reynolds. I'm really enjoying this one so far. I know it's early, but you can just tell.

Also, yesterday I read that Harper Lee, author of "To Kill A Mockingbird," one of my all-time favorite books and movies with Gregory Peck, is releasing her second book, which, strangely, was written first. The book is titled "Go Set A Watchman." I'm looking forward to buying that book when it is released in July.

Happy reading.

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