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New Fiction Worth Gobbling About:

The Rosie Project, by Graeme Simsion

A feel-good romantic comedy, Don Tillman’s exploits will have readers laughing and cheering aloud, proving that love and chemistry are not a linear equation.

The Signature of All Things, by Elizabeth Gilbert

A sweeping saga about a family of botanical explorers, this is a rich work of historical fiction full of adventure, desire and the need to understand how the world works.

Lowland, by Jhumpa Lahiri

Set in India and America during the 1960s, this is a beautiful story about the love between two brothers, about duty, revolution and romance. This is an emotionally provocative book by a remarkable author.

Early Turkey Special: Spread a little cheer this winter with seasonal greeting cards from Bloomsbury. We carry a wide variety of festive cards by local artists, Papyrus, the Sierra Club and more. Find the perfect season’s greetings for everyone on your list.

November Events:

11/4/2013, 7 pm: Author reading:
“Self Healing Made Easy”
by Annemarie St. Michael

11/07/2013, 7 pm: Author reading:
“The Secrets of the Montebellis”
by Cheryl Colwell

11/11/2013, 7 pm: Author reading:
“He’s the Weird Teacher”
by Doug Robertson

11/14/2013, 7 pm: Author reading:
“Broken Angels”
by Molly Tinsley

11/16/2013, 7 pm: Author reading:
“Conserving Oregon’s Environment”

11/18/2013, 7 pm: Author reading:
“Cancel Christmas”
by Sam Younghans