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Sara Tucker
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Indie author, travel writer, workshop leader
Indie author, travel writer, workshop leader

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Belated to thanks for NPR reporter Alix Spiegel for solving the mystery behind my mother's broken bones.

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I am transcribing, translating, and editing my French mother-in-law's memories of her childhood in Les Baux-de-Provence, and this morning I read something that was a stab to the heart.

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I walk to Fontainebleau several times a week. The walk from my house to the chateau gardens is about 20 mins through a beautiful park crisscrossed by canals. I keep thinking I will set my first romance novel here. Something about a chamber maid, a stable boy, and a jewel heist. This article is by Thad Carhart, an American who lived in Fonty as a child, when his father, a military officer, was stationed here. I'm reading his memoir, Finding Fontainebleau. It's pretty good, and I've learned a lot about the place I now call home.

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How did six clay pipes make their way from a town in northern France to a corner of my mother's house in Vermont?

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My mother has weighed in on my decision to run for president.

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The glamorous life of an indie author. Also, a sneak preview of my grandfather's school notebooks from 1908.

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If you, too, have been attached by an undergarment, then you are not alone.

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Famous podcaster Dr. Tong answers all your questions.

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As the nation's top hostess, you get points for putting political rivals at ease, and you lose points if they stab each other with their dinner forks.

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For the next First Lady, whoever she may be.
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