2016 Literary Orange
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Chris Erskine
A Converstaion with Amy Stewart

Fiction - A World Apart

Fiction - Family Secrets

Fiction - Homecoming?

Fiction - Road (W)rites

Food - A Tasty Sampler

Historical Fiction - Intriguing Times

Humor - #LOL

Memoir - Life Unexpected

Mystery - California Crime

Mystery - Deadly Outings

Mystery - You can run...

Non-Fiction - Mental Masterpieces

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What Do I Read Next?
Chris Erskine
 
Chris Erskine is a longtime humor columnist who mines the rich worlds of fatherhood, marriage, and suburbia. His weekly columns are regularly featured in the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune, as well as appearing in many other papers, including the Buffalo News, Orlando Sentinel, Arizona Republic, and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The father of four and resident of a quiet Los Angeles suburb, Erskine is a staff editor and writer at the Los Angeles Times, as well as the author of the books, Man of the House (2006), Surviving Suburbia (2003), and Daditude (2018).
 
 
From the Author  
Man of the House: Reflections on Life with Dogs, Divas, and a Bunch of Little Dudes Who Keep Calling Me Dad
Man of the House: Reflections on Life with Dogs, Divas, and a Bunch of Little Dudes Who Keep Calling Me Dad