Coming Soon to a Blog Near You

If you haven’t yet had a chance to grab Sara Lewis Holmes’ newest book The Wolf Hour the following posts and her various guest post/interviews around the web will raise this book on your TBR list.

Sara’s talking music with picture book writer Liz Garton Scanlon. Calling it a “musical novel by a lyrical poet,” Liz’s interview arrives just in time for Poetry Friday. Liz asks Sara questions which are both deep and broad, and, frankly, Sara says, have her learning more about her book post-publication than she knew going in! That sort of interest and scrutiny is what we can all only hope for in our book interviews!

Sara’s earlier interviews on THE WOLF HOUR can be found at Laura Purdie Salas’ site, where she also talks of the music in poetry; at Charlotte’s Library where she unpacks some of the deeply intriguing quotes from the book; Maureen Eicher’s review at ‘By Singing Light’ and our interview here at Wonderland, which kicked off this slowly perambulating blog tourback in September.

Cheers, and happy reading!

About the author

tanita s. davis is a writer and avid reader who prefers books to most things in the world, including people. That's ...pretty much it, she's very boring and she can't even tell jokes. She is, however, the author of eight books, including Serena Says, Partly Cloudy, and the Coretta Scott King honored Mare's War. Look for the new MG, Go Figure, Henri Weldon in 1/2023 from Katherine Tegen Books.

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