Thursday, May 21, 2015
I PASSED THIS WAY by Patricia Crandall, a book of poetry (Dedicated to Babcock Lake)
I Passed This Way is a second printing of a book of published poetry descriptive of the four seasons. It takes you through a winter wonderland, a spring rebirth, summer fantasies and the vivid colors of autumn. The dedication is a poem to Babcock Lake, a special place in the Grafton Mountains to live and visit.
Patricia Crandall has published numerous articles and short stories in various magazines and newspapers. She has five books in print including I Passed This Way, Melrose, Then And Now, a historical volume, The Dog Men, a thriller, and Tales of an Upstate New York Bottle Miner, non-fiction, and Pat’s Collectibles, a collection of short stories. She lives with her husband, Art, and a cat, Betti, at Babcock Lake in the Grafton Mountains near Petersburgh, New York. Visit her at authorpcrandall.blogspot.com
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