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The Collagist on All Waiting Is Long

Excerpt from The Collagist There’s a scene near the end of All Waiting is Long by Barbara J. Taylor where Lily, one of the main characters, is attending a lecture hosted by…
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The Historical Novel Society on All Waiting Is Long

Excerpt from The Historical Novel Society Sisters. Good relationships or bad, they are fraught with rivalry, jealously, and loyalty. Such it is with Violet and Lily Morgan. After Lily becomes…
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Publishers Weekly on All Waiting Is Long

Excerpt from Publishers Weekly Set in the 1930s, Taylor’s suspenseful and intricate follow-up to Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night tells the story of sisters Violet and Lily Morgan. When 16-year-old…
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The Historical Novel Society on Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night

Excerpt from The Historical Novel Society Barbara J. Taylor’s debut novel is the moving story of a family from Scranton, Pennsylvania at the turn of the 20th century. Scranton is located…
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Best Summer Books 2014

Excerpt from Publishers Weekly I adore scrappy Violet, the eight-year-old protagonist of this novel, who is blamed by just about everybody in Scranton, a hardscrabble, blue-collar town in Pennsylvania’s coal…
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From Songs to Tears: PW Talks with Barbara J. Taylor

Excerpt from Publishers Weekly A family legend inspired Taylor to shine a spotlight on her hometown of Scranton, Penn., in her debut novel, Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night. Your…
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