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Wade Rouse, author of the memoirs AMERICA'S BOY, CONFESSIONS OF A PREP SCHOOL MOMMY HANDLER, and AT LEAST IN THE CITY SOMEONE WOULD HEAR ME SCREAM, recounts summers in the Ozarks with his gr
This evening, Holly Goddard Jones --- author of GIRL TROUBLE: Stories --- traces her reverence for the written word back to one childhood Christmas, and the life lessons learned from the unforgettable presents she received.
In an equally heartwarming and heartbreaking story about her mother, Cathy Lamb --- author of JULIA'S CHOCOLATES, THE LAST TIME I WAS ME and HENRY'S SISTER --- illustrates how, like the famous quote says, you gotta put up with the rain if you want the rainbow.
Today's guest blogger is Lisa Scottoline, bestselling author of sixteen thrillers and one work of nonfiction --- the newly released WHY MY THIRD HUSBAND WILL BE A DOG: The Amazing Adventu
Today, SMASHER author Keith Raffel writes about molding his children’s love of all things literary, and how this love fostered an unforgettable holiday tradition.
In a touching anecdote of friendship through the years, Wendy Smith --- author of GIVE A LITTLE: How Your Small Donations Can Transform Our World --- sheds light on just how special a "re-gifted" holiday present can be.
It's almost inevitable that bringing large families together for the holidays will result in chaos, and Edward Falco --- author of SAINT JOHN OF THE FIVE BURROUGHS --- recalls the one Christmas he found the perfect escape from the disorder around him through the pages of a good book.
Oh, the things we do for love.... Today's guest blogger, HUMMINGBIRD author Joshua Gaylord, reminisces about an adolescent crush and the impact of his affections more than 2 decades later.
Kicking off this year's Holiday Blog is Beverly Barton, whose latest novel, SILENT KILLER, was recently spotlighted in our Romantic Suspense feature.
Last weekend as I was sitting at a panel at the Miami Book Fair, I had this moment where I realized how deeply my life has been enriched by the many authors and readers whom I have met over the last 13 plus years. Sitting with a group of readers in a room listening to an author share her story, there was something really lovely --- and satisfying --- about acknowledging that. It was a revelation of something pretty simple, but I have been thinking about it all week.