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  • Meg Donohue Discusses How to Eat a Cupcake

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    Join Book Club Girl as she welcomes Meg Donohue to discuss her debut novel How to Eat a Cupcake: A Novel. Free-spirited Annie Quintana and sophisticated Julia St. Clair come from two different worlds. Yet, as the daughter of the St. Clairs' housekeeper, Annie grew up in Julia's San Francisco mansion and they forged a bond that only two little girls oblivious to class differences could—until a life-altering betrayal destroyed their friendship. A decade later, Annie bakes to fill t

  • 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.

  • Elizabeth Boyle is MAD ABOUT THE DUKE!

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    What a great title! MAD ABOUT THE DUKE reminds us of our favorite romcom sitcom from years ago, “Mad about You” – and we have to say we’re all just madly in love with this, the latest book from New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Boyle!

    And we’re not alone in our obsession:
    Booklist gave Mad About the Duke a coveted Starred Review, saying, 'Readers will have to be mad themselves not to fall in love with Boyle’s latest impeccably crafted romance.'
    RT Book Reviews raves about the nov

  • Chat With Kim Harrison

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    New York Times bestselling author Kim Harrison discusses her newest book from the Hollows series, WHITE WITCH, BLACK CURSE, and takes questions from callers!

  • Nancy Pearl and Lizzie Skurnick talk to LibraryLovefest

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    Virginia Stanley, Director of Library Marketing at HarperCollins and author, librarian and action figure model Nancy Pearl interview Lizzie Skurnick, author and columnist for Jezebel.com’s Fine Lines, a weekly look back at vintage YA literature.
    Ms. Skurnick will discuss her latest publication, SHELF DISCOVERY which looks back at the teen classics from the late 60s through the early 80s which, for many adolescent girls, were life-changing books.

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