A few weeks back, AAR staffer Anne Marble stumbled across the news – via a Facebook post! – that bestselling authors Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen were to appear at her local library in Howard County. Having greatly enjoyed their books, Anne – like many other patrons that evening – braved the snow and attended the talk, keen to hear more about their collaborative process and what might be coming next. […]
Last evening I had the chance to see Susanna Kearsley in action at the Central Rappahannock Regional Library here in Virginia, and it was such a treat! This time around, she was on tour(there’s still a few stops upcoming!) and promoting her new release, A Dangerous Fortune.
A nice big crowd packed one of the library’s biggest auditoriums, and it was so much fun to see so many enthusiastic readers. Seriously, the library closes at 9 but the signing and chatting portion of this event was still going strong well past closing time!
So, what did Kearsley have to say? Well, we started with a Q&A, and then readers threw in all manner of questions about her books, her writing process, and even history in general. If you’ve never heard Susanna Kearsley speaking live, she’s a wonderful storyteller and I learn something new about writing and history every time. […]
Unless you have been living under a rock these past couple of months, you must have heard about the somewhat controversial plot twist in Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy, the new installment of Helen Fielding’s famed series. If this is news to you, I apologize for having to be the one to inform you of this terrible news and urge you to escape from beneath your humble abode. […]