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Tag: favorite-things

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…)