Check out this great feature on Sam Walravens that ran in her hometown paper, the Two River Times last Friday: Two River Times.
There’s a great feature in the Los Angeles Times today regarding the book TORN. Deborah Netburn discusses the many challenges of modern motherhood and how the contributors of TORN have found different ways to cope.
After Borders filed for Chapter 11 and closed hundreds of stores across the country, many of us involved in the book publishing industry have been talking about the future of the brick and mortar bookstore. An interesting article recently ran in Canada’s Globe and Mail about the future of Canadian bookstore chain Indigo, which adds to this ongoing discussion about bookstores, e-books, and the wave of change publishing is experiencing: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/indigos-heather-reisman-faces-digital-reckoning/article1977785/
Looking for a fun book to enjoy in a mother/daughter book group? Look no further! JUST ADD MAGIC by Cindy Callaghan is a magical story packed with fabulous food, unusual ingredients, and a great cast of characters. And Cindy has just launched a special giveaway/promo for middle grade girls in book groups. Learn all of the details at Cindy’s website: www.cindycallaghan.com/blog. But you have to act fast — her giveaway ends June 30.
Married to Bhutan by Linda Leaming (Hay House; April 2011) just got a nice review on BookLoons. Reviewer Hilary Williamson calls it “a delightful and enlightening memoir”and “A must read if you enjoy travel literature.” For the full review visit www.bookloons.com. For more information about this funny and magical new memoir visit www.marriedtobhutan.com.