Book Events, Features

Book Event: The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo Book Tour

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I’m back again today to share another book event I had the pleasure of attending while I was on my hiatus.

All the way back on September 26th (yes, I do realize how long ago that was), I attended Leigh Bardugo’s book tour for her most recent release, The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic

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Book Events, Features

Book Event: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng Book Tour

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While on my little blogging hiatus during the end of 2017, I had the opportunity to attend two exciting author events.  One of these events happened to be Celeste Ng’s book tour for her most recent release, Little Fires Everywhere.

You may have heard of it?  It did win the 2017 Goodreads Choice Awards for best in fiction.  I was already excited to pick this one up after hearing Celeste speak & meeting her in person, but I am anticipating it even more with all the positive hype it has been receiving! Continue reading “Book Event: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng Book Tour”

Book Events, Features

Book Event: Mary Kubica’s Every Last Lie Book Tour

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On Thusday, June 29th the Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Cincinnati hosted Mary Kubica on her book tour for her most recent release, Every Last LieContinue reading “Book Event: Mary Kubica’s Every Last Lie Book Tour”

Author Interviews

Author Interview: Tiffany McDaniel, Author of The Summer That Melted Everything

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A few weeks ago I posted my book review for The Summer That Melted Everything on my blog.  In case you missed it, you can read my full review here → Book Review: The Summer that Melted Everything by Tiffany McDaniel.

Here is an excerpt of my review:

This book is a powerful piece of fiction (…) McDaniel is dauntless when it comes to her writing, it seems nothing is off limits. This book reminded me of a mix of two classic books; I am reminded of the struggle of good over evil (racism) in To Kill a Mockingbird crossed with the mob mentality we see in The Crucible.  McDaniel’s writing is unlike any other author I’ve ever read before.  It is profound, raw, and beautifully lyrical.  With The Summer That Melted Everything, she has crafted an important parable, a story that is meant to teach an important lesson (…) this book was meant to be read.

In my review, I also mentioned that this is one of my favorite reads of 2016.  I was given the opportunity to ask the author, Tiffany McDaniel, a few questions and am excited to be able to share her answers with you today…

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