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Jul 16, 2013

This week we bring you three short author talks from Booktopia Bellingham, WA. Special thanks to our partner Village Books. If you'd like to order copies of any of these authors' books (or anything else, for that matter), Village Books will be happy to take care of you.

Also, trying something new this week with the audio podcast: in some audio players (Instacast for sure, iTunes on your computer (and maybe on your phone), you should see chapters -- these chapters will help you jump right to a segment that interests you, and you should see images of the author and book jacket. If this works, it might be something we can do for all future episodes to help make navigating more easy for you. Let us know if you like it or hate it.

Ru Freeman (02:57)


Ru Freeman is the author of On Sal Mal Lane, a novel set in Sri Lanka during the civil war, and A Disobedient Girl, about a young servant girl.


Peter Clines (13:20)


Peter Clines is the author of Ex-HeroesEx-Patriots, and the newly-released Ex-Communication, all part of the Superheroes vs. Zombie series.


Rhonda Riley (18:52)


Rhonda Riley is the author of The Enchanted Life of Adam Hope, a book that is difficult to describe and a love story like no other I've read.