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Jennifer McMahon in conversation with Alma Katsu: The Children on the Hill

Please join us as we welcome Jennifer McMahon to our Zoom stage for a discussion of her latest novel, The Children on the Hill, hew genre-defying new novel, inspired by Mary Shelley’s masterpiece Frankenstein, that brilliantly explores the eerie mysteries of childhood and the evils perpetrated by the monsters among us.  Jennifer will be in conversation with fellow author Alma Katsu.

Tessa Wegert in conversation with Sarah Stewart Taylor: Dead Wind

Senior Investigator Shana Merchant must dredge up dark secrets and old grudges if she's to solve the murder of a prominent local citizen in the Thousand Islands community she now calls home.

Please join us as we welcome Tessa Wegert to our Zoom stage for a discussion of Dead WInd, hew new novel featuring Senior Investigator Shana Merchant.  Tessa will be in conversation with fellow mystery author Sarah Stewart Taylor.

Sheri Wilson: Caketopia: Your Guide to Decorating Buttercream Cakes with Flair

 

“Caketopia is a glittering example of how to use colors and textures to create truly one-of-a-kind cakes. The decorating techniques are fun and approachable for beginners and seasoned decorators alike. You’ll also find some truly delicious and well-tested recipes to add to your baking arsenal!”
—LIZ BUTTS, founder & CEO of Sprinkle Pop

An Evening of Poetry with Bianca Stone: What Is Otherwise Infinite

Our celebration of National Poetry Month continues! 

Please join us as we welcome Bianca Stone to our virtual stage for an evening of poetry.  Bianca will be reading from her latest collection, What is Otherwise Infinite.

Stone's poems reframe the search for meaning by addressing the self-care and self-perfection complex. Because even though it's natural to want to "fix" our lives—sometimes obsessing over our lives can work against us.— NPR Morning Edition

Trish Esden: The Art of the Decoy

“...A satisfyingly deep dive into the art and antiques world, and an expert and tricky mystery make this a must-read debut for Esden's clever antiques dealer Edie Brown. Bring on Edie's next adventure!”—Sarah Stewart Taylor, Vermont author of the Maggie D’arcy mystery series

Please join us for an evening with Vermont author Trish Esden to celebrate the release of her new novel, The Art of the Decoy. 

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