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The Good Old Days?: A Collection of Stories Paperback – September 23, 2016
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J.L. Greger dislikes long, flowery recollections and wrote these short stories for people on the go—individuals, young and old, who want to draw their own conclusions about the past. Typically, she writes mysteries and thrillers: Murder…A Way to Lose Weight (winner of 2016 Public Safety Writers Association [PSWA] annual contest), I Saw You in Beirut, Malignancy (winner of 2015 PSWA annual contest), Ignore the Pain, and Coming Flu. To learn more, visit: http://www.jlgreger.com.
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Generally I think of my own childhood as being a good one, and yet..... I found these tales almost scaringly relatable. Some people live in the past, constantly replaying high school, etc., in their minds. I never do that unless--as in reading this book--I'm implicitly invited to. Perhaps I avoid the past because there are elements best left unremembered. Through these stories, Greger invites us to ponder these issues as we think: what is it that we really want to remember?