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Library Epiphany

When I was young, my mom took us to the library often, and I would always walk to the check-out with a pile of books so high that I had to use my chin to keep from dropping them all. Those stacks were my treasure for the next three weeks as I devoured each one of them. I still can’t bear to leave the library without at least three books, and until I’ve acquired them, I walk among the stacks tapping the spines of my favorites in a silent salute to our adventures together. Today, I was delighted to discover Elissa Blue among their ranks. Having my book placed alongside the prolific James Patterson only made it more surreal. I may have written and published a book, but somehow it’s still a shock to see it residing casually with the other books, looking like it belongs. 😮

p.s. Even if your library doesn’t yet have a copy of Elissa Blue, in the U.S. you can use interlibrary loan to borrow this one.

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I have lovely childhood memories of visiting the local library every week and checking out enormous piles of books that were almost impossible to carry. Books were some of my favorite adventures; still are, though now my enormous pile is digital. If you are a fan of paperbacks, I have good news! Elissa Blue is now available (or very soon will be) at Hood River County libraries, Salt Lake County libraries, and the Brigham Young University Library in Provo. Hopefully, it will be cropping up at other libraries as well. If you would like to help that process along, just request that Elissa Blue be added to your local library. Thank you in advance! 😀elissa blue copies on shelf

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