Cherry Tree Dares: Essays on Childhood

Real life is often more fascinating than fiction. This book of essays presents life growing up in small Midwestern towns from the early 1950s to mid-1960s. Come explore the mysteries of life through my “Cherry Tree Dares” at age eight, my black eye from “The Chartreuse Monarch” bicycle, and “The Last Kiss” between my mother and me. More
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About Ilene W. Devlin

Ilene W. Devlin was born in Winterset, Iowa. Attending the University of Iowa, Devlin obtained a BA in anthropology and an MA in archaeology and museum training. She later worked in museums in Nebraska, Tennessee, and Alabama. Since 1986, Ilene Devlin has lived in San Antonio, Texas. Her freelance articles and essays have been published in newspapers in San Antonio and Iowa. Truth and Fiction: Essays & Short Stories on Life is her third book. Her other books, Cherry Tree Dares: Essays on Childhood and Emma’s World: A World War II Memoir, are available through book outlets.

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