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Whether it’s the icy treats, tanning or chasing her kids on the beach, summer is author Noelle Salazar’s favorite season. Another reason why Noelle loves the summer: her debut novel, The Flight Girls (MIRA Books, on sale now), hits the shelves–in trade paperback and limited library hardcover edition! Here are a few other things that make summer in and around Seattle spectacular for her. Sweet Summer Love: I’m not going (read more…)

Amy Mason Doan still remembers how much she loved the 1990s, reading feminist ‘zines and hanging out at bargain matinees at her local theater. What better way to share the love than to write an “unforgettable” (Bookpage) “perfect summer read” (Booklist): Summer Hours (on sale now, Graydon House Books). And now she’s right here to share her June favorites with you! Tea So Nice, I Make It Ice: The Mt. (read more…)

Best Day Ever author Kaira Rouda does way more than write gripping thrillers (her latest, The Favorite Daughter, is out May 21st with Graydon House Books). She is also a mom, cheese lover, beachgoer, hiker, and picnicking extraordinaire! Here she is in her own words, chatting with us about her May favorites! No Better Place to Brie Than the Beach: There is no better way to end a summer day (read more…)

You might think you don’t know Lia, but she’s the one who slides into your DMs for @HQforLibraries! She’s the one with the gifs! – Now that that’s out of the way, here’s what she’s been loving lately. Maybe you two have something in common.   Ruby Red Rose Wine: It’s grapefruit and pink wine. You can drink it while watching the Matthew-McFadyen-in-the-rain Pride and Prejudice alone and still be cosmopolitan OR drink it alone (read more…)

These are just a few things Linette has been reading/eating/shopping/listening to this holiday season…   International candy. Adi Alsaid just laughed when I told him how polarizing his favorite sweet–dried mangos coated in chili from his native Mexico–can be. (In our case, specifically amongst adventurous librarians in Seattle/Issaquah in October.) He wasn’t surprised, and we both agree that this wonderfully sassy article about candies around the world, written by journalist (and Adi’s fellow globetrotting (read more…)

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