"When writer Barbara Richardson discovered that the previous owner of a home she’d just bought committed suicide in the garage, she did what she thought was natural. She decided to write a book.
'She wasn’t able to make the house joyful, but I decided I would do that.'
By Richardson’s admission, she failed miserably. Three 'training wheel' books went nowhere. She broke up with her partner, then sold the house.
A move back to Salt Lake City afterward put her right where she wanted to be..."
Read the entire article READ FOR THE ROAD, in which Fulton says "GUEST HOUSE is perhaps the most rapid-fire novel of domestic hope and strife you’re likely to read all summer." Post a comment to let the Trib know you love good books and peach pie.
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