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Q&A with Kerry Lonsdale

Q&A with Kerry Lonsdale

Kerry Lonsdale is the Wall Street Journal and #1 Amazon Kindle bestselling author of EVERYTHING WE KEEP (Lake Union, September 2016) and the upcoming ALL THE BREAKING WAVES (Lake Union, December 2016) and WHAT WE LEAVE BEHIND (Lake Union, publication date TBD). Kerry is also a founder of the Women’s Fiction Writers Association. She resides […]

November 3, 2016 | By | Reply More
Q & A with Grace Bonney

Q & A with Grace Bonney

Grace Bonney is the author of IN THE COMPANY OF WOMEN: INSPIRATION AND ADVICE FROM OVER 100 MAKERS, ARTISTS, AND ENTREPRENEURS (Artisan, 2016) and the founder of design blog Design*Sponge. Her first book, DESIGN*SPONGE AT HOME, became a national bestseller. The New York Times called D*S called “Martha Stewart Living for the Millennials.” The site reaches […]

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Q&A with Caroline Leavitt

Q&A with Caroline Leavitt

Caroline Leavitt is the American novelist who penned CRUEL BEAUTIFUL WORLD (Algonquin 2016), already on two Book Club Lists and an Indie Next Pick and praised by Marie Claire, Pop Sugar, Shelf Awareness, Minneapolis Star Tribune, New York Newsday, NPR’s Weekend Edition and more. Caroline is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author […]

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Q&A with Abda Khan

Q&A with Abda Khan

Abda Khan was born in inner city Bradford, England. She was the seventh of eight children to Pakistani immigrant parents, and the first of their children to be born in the UK. She is an attorney, who after working as a Solicitor for a criminal law firm, set up her own law practice after she […]

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Q&A with Ella Joy Olsen

Q&A with Ella Joy Olsen

Ella Joy Olsen is the debut author of ROOT, PETAL, THORN (Kensington, 2016) and two-time contributor to WWWB. Do not send your manuscript anywhere until you’ve read this piece: “Look Away. You Don’t Want To See This.” As I read it, I cringed, hung my head, and then thanked her. I might have related just […]

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Q&A with Melanie Gideon

Q&A with Melanie Gideon

Celebrated New York Times best-selling writer Melanie Gideon’s talent seems to translate to every genre. (Not jealous, not jealous…J) Her work includes young adult fantasy, memoire, adult contemporary, and with her latest, VALLEY OF THE MOON, she dips her toe into the pools of time-travel, magical realism, and historical fiction. Her “Modern Love” column for […]

September 12, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Secret Ingredient of Wishes: A Conversation with Susan Bishop Crispell

The Secret Ingredient of Wishes: A Conversation with Susan Bishop Crispell

The Secret Ingredient of Wishes by Susan Bishop Crispell  transports readers to a Nowhere, NC, where wishes appear on a breeze and pies have secret powers to influence more than a diner’s waistline.  The touching magic illuminates the choices we make in matters of the heart, while we watch Rachel Monroe learn what it takes […]

September 6, 2016 | By | Reply More
Q&A with Gayle Forman

Q&A with Gayle Forman

Gayle Forman is the Young Adult author of the #1 New York Times bestseller IF I STAY, and an executive producer and writer on the hit 2014 film version. She is also the author of its New York Times bestselling sequel WHERE SHE WENT, as well as JUST ONE DAY,  JUST ONE YEAR, and the […]

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The Language of Sisters: A Conversation with Cathy Lamb

The Language of Sisters: A Conversation with Cathy Lamb

In Cathy Lamb’s beautiful new novel, The Language of Sisters , she weaves together a tale of family, following sisters, Toni, Valerie, and Ellie Kozlovsky, as they grapple with their family’s past in the Soviet Union and their own futures. The Kozlovsky sisters find the power of love to carry them through, and readers will […]

August 30, 2016 | By | 1 Reply More
The Goodbye Year:  A Conversation with Kaira Rouda

The Goodbye Year: A Conversation with Kaira Rouda

It’s only fitting that Kaira Rouda’s latest novel, The Goodbye Year,  (http://www.kairarouda.com/) takes place on the edge of the Pacific Ocean.  All of the characters in the novel stand on an edge—the divide between who they were and what they can become as they face graduation, divorce, and even the prospects of staying together.  As […]

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