Book Report: Keep reading, keep discovering
Just when you think you know all you need to know about a subject, a new book pops up and you're able to learn much more.
Years ago, I wrote my master's thesis on Minnesota-born novelist Sinclair Lewis.
Before I dug in, I always thought of Lewis as "the scourge of Sauk Centre," because he used his home town as a model for Main Street.
Upon further examination of his life, however, I learned that he loved his home town and only wished it would love him back.