From Peg Cochran’s Cranberry Cove Series
Anything with cranberries, of course! Okay, cranberries aside, I’d have to go with lobster. I had it once on a long weekend trip to Maine and it was love at first bite. Sadly, it’s too expensive to buy here in the Midwest.
I was afraid you’d ask me that! How can I pick just one? Greg (he owns Book ‘Em in town) and I love discussing books and read a wide range of authors. Certainly Agatha Christie would be up at the top. I love the way she weaves her clues into the story and I love the characters. It’s also fun to take a trip back in time.
There isn’t much time for hobbies when you work on a cranberry farm. Of course I love to bake, but that’s part of my job. And I love reading and make sure I have at least half an hour each night to curl up with a good book. I am in a book club that Greg runs at Book ‘Em, which I really look forward to. And someday I’d love to learn to knit even if I am all thumbs!
People who are late. I can’t help it—my parents trained me to always be on time and there’s nothing worse than standing on a street corner or sitting at a table in a restaurant waiting for someone to show up.
Favorite thing about Cranberry Cove
The people! I love the people here. They’ve been so welcoming to me. And they’re far more diverse than you’d expect in a small town.
Plans for the future
I plan on staying here at Sassamanash Farm. I’d like to do some traveling, but this place has gotten under my skin and has become home. Also, I think there are some big plans for me in Cranberry Cove book number four, but the author refuses to tell me what they are.
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