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Author Mary Hogan Crashes our Book Club

You never know who’s going to show up at one of our book clubs! Author Mary Hogan was kind enough to crash our Senior Center Book Club this week to chat about her historical fiction novel, The Woman in the … Continue reading

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‘Rust’ Discussed: An Interview with Eliese Colette Goldbach

Last week, the Lake County League of Libraries and our friends at Willoughby-Eastlake Public Library hosted an interview last week with Eliese Colette Goldbach, the author of Rust: A Memoir of Steel & Grit. The program was recorded, so those who … Continue reading

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Amanda Flower Interview: Meet the mind behind the mysteries

Bestselling and award-winning writer Amanda Flower is the mind behind more than 30 mystery novels, including The Magical Bookshop Mysteries, The Amish Candy Shop Mysteries, and the Magic Garden Mysteries – many of which you can borrow from your library. She … Continue reading

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Connie Schultz discusses ‘Daughters of Erietown’

Pulitzer Prize winner and former Plain Dealer columnist Connie Schultz visited our friends at Willoughby-Eastlake Public Library this week to discuss her debut novel, The Daughters of Erietown. She chats about how Erietown differs from her native Ashtabula, who her … Continue reading

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Susan Petrone discusses ‘The Heebie-Jeebie Girl’ and what people get wrong about Youngstown

Author Susan Petrone chats with us about her newest novel, The Heebie-Jeebie Girl, and why Youngstown is so important for her story. She also discusses: how she got the ideas for her previous novels The Super Ladies and Throw like … Continue reading

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