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Whether it’s a favorite reading spot, a literary themed adventure, an author event or anything in between, these photos remind us why we love reading.


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Whether it’s a favorite reading spot, a literary themed adventure, an author event or anything in between, these photos remind us why we love reading.

Snapped | February 26th, 2015

Snapped: The Best Place to Read & Relax? The Tub!

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There is no wrong place to read a book! Dora Levy Mossanen is a woman after our own heart. Find out how the bathtub became her reading spot of choice for her latest novel, Scent of Butterflies.

A bathtub might not be an exotic location to read a book, but when you are dressed up to the nines and on your way to a black tie gala and you walk into the bathtub with makeup on and in your high heels and ball grown, then it can become semi-exotic.


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Snapped | December 16th, 2014

A Daughter of the South’s Old New York by Heath Hardage Lee

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Just last week, I went to New York City to promote my new biography Winnie Davis: Daughter of the Lost Cause. Winnie was the youngest daughter of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and his second wife, Varina. This young woman unwittingly became a symbol of the Confederate Lost Cause. I was thrilled to be able to promote Winnie at a holiday book fair at the Union League Club in NYC alongside such authors as Lee Child, Dorothea Benton Frank, and Nelson DeMille.


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