Fans of former Palouse resident, author Sue Ellis, can enjoy another of her charming stories, Worley–Spotlight, published by Idaho Magazine.
Fellow Internet Writing Workshop [IWW], member, Paul Fein, had this to say,
"Sue, I thoroughly enjoyed your engaging, authoritative piece."
His favorite sentence for pure writing in Worley Spotlight is:
"By then they were stoop-shouldered from years of leaning into a task, and their faces were creased like roadmaps to kindness."Paul also said,
"Readers will really appreciate the history you've given them."He cited the following paragraphs in particular:
"The many businesses that lined Worley’s main street are dramatically fewer than they used to be, unable to complete with the nearby casino or the lure of better bargains within a forty-minute drive to either Coeur d’Alene or Spokane."And:
"The Grange is a fraternal organization whose roots go back to 1867. The brainchild of Oliver Kelley, it was created at the urging of President Andrew Johnson as a means of bringing people of the southern and northern states back together after the Civil War. It succeeded. A lot of good was accomplished by the cooperation of dues-paying members over the years."Tennis fans applaud Paul Fein's websites, Paul Fein's Tennis Confidential and Greatest Tennis Quotes, Insights and Zingers .