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June’s FEATURED AUTHOR: Jan Moran Says Oui Paris: 28 Favorite Books!

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Oh, how quickly these months are flying by! Today I have another visit from Featured Author Jan Moran, who shares 28 (count ’em!) of her favorite books set in Paris. Read on, mes amis! Oui Paris: 28 Favorite Books Ahh, Paris! It’s one of my favorite places to set stories. France and French culture seeps […]

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Review: Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews

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drey’s thoughts: Fans of Ilona Andrews’ Kate Daniels series have been wondering what’s next for Kate and her Beast Lord mate, Curran, after they broke from the Pack (and other stuff-that-happened-in-Magic Breaks). Where will they go? What will they do? Well, here’s Magic Shifts with some answers! The Plot: Life continues post-Pack, and as much […]

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Mailbox Monday

Welcome to Mailbox Monday, a meme started by Marcia of To Be Continued. It’s been a while – which is typical of me + memes, but let’s move on shall we? I have just three to share, but three absolutely fabulous titles! Don’t you agree?    The Hanging Girl (Department Q #6) by Jussi Adler-Olsen, […]

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Early Review: Breakout by Ann Aguirre

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drey’s thoughts: The Plot: Well, Havoc sure left a whole lot of bodies in its wake, but that doesn’t mean there’s less action and drama in Breakout. Oh, no. Instead, due to the depleting food supply – and general deteriorating condition of the Perdition – Dred and the surviving members of her team are throwing […]

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Review: The Veil by Chloe Neill

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drey’s thoughts: The Plot: A shopkeeper with a secret puts it all on the line to save a life, and gets help from an unexpected quarter. The Veil shattered seven years ago, bringing war, death, and magic. Closing the Veil contained the threat, and those caught on this side were locked away behind walls. However, […]

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June’s FEATURED AUTHOR: Jan Moran’s books! (& a giveaway)

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June is one crazy busy month for me! Luckily, I have Jan’s weekly visits to look forward to (or I’d have to send out a search party for my sanity)… Today I have Jan’s books to share with you (LOVELY covers!) and a giveaway! Vintage Perfumes Vintage perfumes are classic fragrances that have stood the […]

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June’s FEATURED AUTHOR: Jan Moran!

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Hello, June! I hope you bring warmer weather than May did, I’m ready for summer! Lucky for us, Jan Moran’s visiting this month – and on very short notice. Let’s see what she has to say… drey: Hello Jan! Welcome to drey’s library, and thank you so much for stepping in on such short notice. […]

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May’s FEATURED AUTHOR(s): Meet Ken Liu!

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It’s the last week of May, National Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. To round up the month, I have the pleasure of “sharing” Ken Liu, author of The Grace of Kings, with you. Read on for his Q&A… Can you tell us in about ten sentences or so, who is Ken Liu, and what makes you […]

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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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