June 2017


A compilation of science fiction and fantasy stories about librarians because, as Guran says, “Libraries and librarians are, after all, magical!” Prime Books Shelf Unbound: Why do you think librarians and libraries make for interesting subject matter in fiction? Paula Guran: They are both fascinating and multifaceted. For a writer of speculative fiction, there’s also[…]

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Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library is a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for the 21st century—at once a flashlight-under-the-covers adventure and a literary delight.  Random House Books for Young Readers www.randomhousekids.com Shelf Unbound: You started out as an improv comedian. Have any rules of improv influenced your fiction writing? Chris Grabenstein: Yes, indeed! I use[…]

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About the Book: http://www.victoriacapper.com In Australia, love blossoms in the bush. Life in the far west is more challenging than Thea expects – men carrying guns, huge spiders, murky water, what will she find next? She finds Bruce, a very attractive single man who is in desperate need for a woman’s touch to help with[…]

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About the Book: http://www.catbobbi.com WINNER – 2017 PURPLE DRAGONFLY BOOK AWARD, CHILDREN’S NONFICTION.WINNER – STORY MONSTERS APPROVAL.The true story of a brave Maine Coon cat’s journey toward finding a forever home. Recovering from injuries of unknown origin and struggling to raise two kittens alone, Bobbi’s sweet loving spirit gently but firmly captures Diana’s heart despite[…]

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