May’s FEATURED AUTHOR(s): Jade Lee has a (sorta) Quiz and a Giveaway!

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In this third week of May, National Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, Jade Lee poses a question (or a bunch of them). I had the pleasure of meeting Jade at the Barbara Vey Reader Appreciation Luncheon in Milwaukee at the end of April and I so wanted more time to chat, she’s so energetic… Read on! […]

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Spotlight: Enchanted August by Brenda Bowen

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Summer’s (almost) here, and with it the season of beach reads. Looking for some? Check out Brenda Bowen’s Enchanted August, out June 2nd – and the classic it’s based on, Elizabeth von Arnim’s The Enchanted April. Summer Book Club Recipe: drink Here’s an original recipe concocted exclusively for us by Brenda Bowen’s buddy Tim Federle, […]

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Review + Giveaway: Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Thomas Sweterlitsch

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drey’s thoughts: The Plot: Tomorrow and Tomorrow is a gripping futuristic thriller pitting a hapless, depressed widower with the curiosity of a cat against shadowy forces who leave gruesome bodies as warnings. The Characters: John Dominic Blaxton researches the Archive to confirm deaths, for insurance purposes. His job allows him the indulgence of reliving the […]

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May’s FEATURED AUTHOR(s): Jade Lee has a (sorta) Quiz and a Giveaway!

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In this third week of May, National Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, Jade Lee poses a question (or a bunch of them). I had the pleasure of meeting Jade at the Barbara Vey Reader Appreciation Luncheon in Milwaukee at the end of April and I so wanted more time to chat, she’s so energetic… Read on! […]

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Celebrate Deborah Harkness’ The Book of Life in paperback!

Deborah Harkness’ The Book of Life is coming out in paperback on May 26th, and the publisher has a giveaway to celebrate and spread the word! Here’s what’s up for grabs: Signed copy of Diana’s commonplace book A BOOK OF LIFE mirror with ouroboros design  A paperback copy of THE BOOK OF LIFE What awesome […]

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May’s FEATURED AUTHOR(s): Jeannie Lin and The Stories She’s Afraid to Tell

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May is National Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, and on this second Wednesday of the month, I’m so happy to welcome the lovely Jeannie Lin back to drey’s library! The Stories I’m Afraid to Tell When people ask me when I decided to become a writer, I give a different answer depending on my mood. If […]

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May’s FEATURED AUTHOR(s): An Interview with Cindy Pon!

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Can you believe how fast 2015 is disappearing? May kinda snuck up on me, but hey I’m (mostly) prepared, lol – and I’ve got something a little different for you this month. As May is National Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, I decided to try and feature different authors of Asian heritage. With that, I’m so […]

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April’s FEATURED AUTHOR: Jamie Mason on Magpie Moments

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How is it the end of April already? Luckily for us we have another visit from Featured Author Jamie Mason. Read on for an insight into what Jamie notices in everyday life.. Magpie Moments: What Catches My Writer’s Eye in Real Life Many to most people are storytellers. It’s what we do, for any number […]

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April’s FEATURED AUTHOR: Jamie Mason on Reading Since Becoming a Writer

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Wednesdays are flying by faster than I can blink, but today brings a guest post from Featured Author Jamie Mason, and she’ll be adding to your TBR piles. On Reading Since Becoming A Writer Of course, I was writing long before I was published. A good long while even, and that’s as it should be. […]

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