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  • Author Shelley Noble Discusses Breakwater Bay

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    An abandoned baby, a glorious old Newport mansion, and awakening romance swirl the glittering waters of Breakwater Bay . . . Preservationist Meri Hollis loves her latest project, restoring one of Newport's forgotten Gilded Age mansions. And with summer approaching, she'll be able to spend more time with her grandmother on the Rhode Island shore. She has a great job, a loving family, and she's pretty sure her boyfriend is going to propose on her thirtieth birthday. But everything M

  • Kevin Nealon and Steve Doocy

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    Join Steve Doocy, co-host of Fox & Friends and bestselling author of Tales From the Dad Side, and Kevin Nealon, author of Yes, You're Pregnant But What About Me?, as they discuss the lighter side of fatherhood.

  • Fangs, Fur, and Fey team discuss worldbuilding

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    Join Mark Del Franco, Kate Smith, Ilona Andrews, Jordan Summers, Cheyenne McCray, and Jeri Smith-Ready as they talk about how to make fictional worlds come alive, from urban to rural and everywhere in between. Diana Gill, Executive Editor of Eos will host this lively conversation. Be sure to log in or call in to join us.

  • Sandra Hill's Vikings are invading Avon Books!

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    Arr! There be Vikings invading Avon, led by bestselling author Sandra Hill! Join Roving Reporter Cathy Maxwell as she talks with Sandra about VIKING IN LOVE, her bawdy, delicious, and absolutely un-missable debut with her new publisher…a book that proves girls can be Vikings, too!

  • Marilyn Johnson talks to Library Lovefest

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    What will the libraries of the future look like? Will we even need them? In a world of streaming media, instant messages, wikis and blogs, Google and search engines, has library science become as irrelevant as Gutenberg? Virginia Stanley, Director of Library Marketing at HarperCollins interviews author Marilyn Johnson who will discuss her latest publication, THIS BOOK IS OVERDUE!: HOW LIBRARIANS AND CYBRARIANS CAN SAVE US ALL. Tracing the history of librarians from Dewey to digital, Johnson ex

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