As a young girl growing up in Spring Lake, Joyce Hatton didn’t enjoy writing. In fact, she joked with her father, “I preferred to make history rather than write about it.”
Veronica Kirin is the author of the new book “Stories of Elders: What the Greatest Generation Knows About Technology that You Don’t.” As the title suggests, Kirin interviewed people of the older generation all across the country about how technology has changed our lives.
Did you ever roll up your hair around orange juice cans and then try to sleep on them?
Eldonna Edwards set her recent book “This I Know” in the fictional West Michigan town of Cherry Hill, which she said allows her to draw from the several cities she grew up in, including Grand Haven, New Era and Shelby, for the book’s setting.
Long have there been stories of mermaids in the oceans and water people who live in the Great Lakes. But are the watery folks merely the stuff of legend or just a little bit real?