Bookish Travel To Napa Valley

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What could be better than visiting the Napa Valley, touring wineries, eating great food and reading a wonderful work of historical women’s fiction with a group of like-minded readers and wine lovers? Not much.  Which is why we’re super excited about our Bookish Travel event to Napa Valley featuring Jan Moran’s latest release, The Winemakers.

Let’s take a look at the story:

1956: When Caterina Rosetta inherits a cottage in the countryside of Italy from a grandmother she’s never known, she discovers a long-buried family secret — a secret so devastating, it threatens the future of everything her mother has worked for. Many years before, her mother’s hard-won dreams of staking her family’s claim in the vineyards of California came to fruition; but as an old murder comes to light, and Caterina uncovers a tragic secret that may destroy the man she loves, she realizes her happiness will depend on…

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Bookish Travel To Black Mountain + Asheville

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If you’ve read William R. Forstchen’s One Second After, you know that the very real city of Black Mountain, NC is an integral part of the plot. It is difficult not to imagine walking down the historic district of Black Mountain with it’s eclectic mix of shops and restaurants, visualize the grand architecture of  Montreat College or think about how beautiful Asheville was before Forstchen’s characters lives were changed for ever.

Don’t you want to go and see Black Mountain for yourself?

Now you can, and just in time to get a copy of Forstchen’s long awaited sequel to One Second After. One Year After returns to the small town of Black Mountain, where in an act of terrorism an EMP was detonated over the United States of America.  The follow up features John Matherson – the man who struggled so hard to rebuild his adopted home of Black Mountain in the wake of…

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Bookish Travel To The French West Indies

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If you’ve watched the BBC’s television show Death In Paradise on the PBS channel or Amazon Prime, you’re probably addicted right? It’s such a fun show! Gorgeous setting, interesting characters and a mystery you always try to solve before the DI figures it out, only you’re still left scratching your head at the final reveal?


Or maybe you’ve never heard of the show. It is after all a British-French production and not a show you’d might easily fine on American television. But with that being said, the show is Law and Order on a tropical island, or CSI: Caribbean Island. If you’re a fan of whodunits, you’ll love the show… and the book!


That’s right, the creator of the show, Robert Thorogrood recently signed a three-book deal to publish novels based on the television show and featuring DI Robert Poole and Camille Bardey. The book is Meditation On Murder and…

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