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A Change of Heart by Sonali Dev: A Book Review, Blog Tour, Giveaway, Interview, and an Umm Interesting Conversation

This post is going to be on the long side so I’m going to do away with the catchy intros and just jump right in. This week Melinda and Jessica are participating in the blog tour for A Change of Heart by one of their favorite authors, Sonali Dev. We’ve got a silly story of two bloggers, a review, an interview with the author, and, if you make it all the way to the end, a giveaway! Fun right! We think so 🙂  Continue reading “A Change of Heart by Sonali Dev: A Book Review, Blog Tour, Giveaway, Interview, and an Umm Interesting Conversation”

Ten Questions with Sonali Dev

This week’s Ten Questions features an author who you may remember from Jess and Melinda’s fangirl squeeing, Sonali Devthe author of a soon-to-be trio of women’s fiction novels with a distinctly Bollywood twist. Continue reading “Ten Questions with Sonali Dev”

Ten Questions with Indu Sundaresan

Indu Sundaresan is the Internationally Best-Selling author of six novels including The Twentieth Wife, The Feast of Roses, and The Mountain of Light. Ms. Sundaresan novels primarily tell the stories of prominent, powerful women from different points in Indian history however it was her short story collection about modern Indians, In the Convent of Little Flowers, that had me crying fat, ugly tears. Continue reading “Ten Questions with Indu Sundaresan”

Ten Questions with Lisa See

Lisa See is the New York Times bestselling author of much loved novels China Dolls, Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, Peony in Love, and Shanghai Girls among others. Her writing brings to life the bonds of sisterhood, love of family, romantic love, and the love of one’s country in a way that makes her novels impossible to put down. Continue reading “Ten Questions with Lisa See”

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