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Fiction Food July 2019

a few months ago

Recipes inspired by Breeana Shield’s The Bone Witch. […] long skewers threaded with tender chunks of meat and crisp vegetables […]. […] bowls of sugared berries, and braided loaves of butter-glazed bread.”Recipes inspired by MG Hennessey’s The Echo Park Castaways. “But so far the kid hadn’t said a word, not even to ask for salt, even though it […]

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Share Your Shelf with Breeana Shields

a few months ago

​​​​​Each month we ask our featured authors to share their favorite bookish items. Here’s a few of Breeana’s:Idea journal- I love having a pretty place to jot down new ideas or bits of inspiration. My favorites are these journals from Paperblanks. They look like vintage books!Cozy Sweater- I run cold, so I’m always wrapped in a big […]

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Share Your Shelf with MG Hennessey

a few months ago

Each month we ask our featured authors to share their favorite bookish items. Here’s a few from MG Hennessey:My go-to coffee mug- This was my Mothers’ Day present a few years ago, and it’s my all-time favorite mug. Because aside from the actual coffee IN the mug, there’s nothing more inspiring than skimming some of […]

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Queer Magic with Isabel Sterling

a few months ago

Living in Salem, Massachusetts as an Elemental Witch might sound like a bad idea, but Hannah would disagree. Keeping her secret and avoiding her ex-girlfriend (who just so happens to be in her coven) isn’t easy, but overall, life in Salem isn’t too bad. That is until a possible Blood Witch begins to attack Hannah’s […]

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Lighting the Darkness with Amber Smith

a few months ago

Some books whisk us away to fantasy worlds where we can forget our own reality, while others shine light into the darkest corners of our current landscape. Amber Smith specializes in the latter. With her treatment of sexual assault in The Way I Used To Be and domestic violence in The Last To Let Go, […]

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Fiction Food June 2019

a few months ago

Recipes inspired by Isabel Sterling’s These Witches Don’t Burn. “[…] fried eggs, fruit, and a small mountain of bacon load up each plate. […] Gemma reaches across the table and takes the jar [of raspberry jam] from my mom. […] I lift the lid, revealing my favorite homemade chocolate chip cookies.Recipes inspired by Amber Smith’s Something […]

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Share Your Shelf with Isabel Sterling

a few months ago

Each month we ask our featured authors to share their favorite bookish items. Here’s a few of Isabel’s: 1. “Writing “Helpers” – they may slow down the process more than they aid it, but I couldn’t imagine writing a novel without my two cats (Oliver and December) and my Beagle-mix, Lily by my side. 2. Scrivener. I […]

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Share Your Shelf with Amber Smith

a few months ago

Each month we ask our featured authors to share their favorite bookish items. Here’s a few of Amber’s: 1. This is not technically a bookish thing, but when I’m writing I am surrounded by my animals (my partner and I have two dogs and three cats (all rescues), and so they are a big part of […]

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The Power of Friendship, interview with Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings

6 months ago

Social media has helped make connecting with others from all around the world so easy. It’s crazy to think that not very long ago the idea of instantly sending a message to someone across the street, much less across the world, was impossible.Fast forward to today – there are so many incredible communities in the […]

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A Place Between Worlds, Interview with Swati Teerdhala

6 months ago

You had me at assassin. Assassins are the chocolate of book plots—always an improvement. If you savor stories with protagonists on the murky side of the law, YA fantasy offers a wide menu of morality-blurring characters from authors like Robin LaFevers, Sarah J. Maas, and Kristin Cashore. Looking for a new read to satisfy that […]

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