Friday, July 17, 2009

My Summer Reading with Edain Duguay of Wyrdwood Publications

This week on our series My Summer Reading we are happy to host Edain Duguay of Wyrdwood Publications.

Wyrdwood Publications is a publisher that works solely online and specializes in the publishing of Pagan and Heathen eBooks. As part of their commitment to the environment, Wyrdwood Publications will plant a tree with Eco-Libris for every 'Green Leaves' eBook sold, such as "The Witches' Course Book", "The Mouse in the Viking's Beard" and "Pagans on the Wildside: Campfire Cooking".

Hi Edain, what are you reading now?
Eldest by Christopher Paolini, True Hearth by James Allen Chisholm and A City Herbal by Maida Silverman.

Any recommendation on a good summer reading?
I would recommend re-reading something you really enjoyed, an old favourite that you like to revisit now and again.

What you are planning to read this summer?
I will be re-reading my old, favourite series again - Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M. Auel.

What is your favorite place to read in the summer?
Under a tree, in the shade and preferably by the sound of water running. Perfection!

Thanks Edain!

So far on My Summer Reading series:

Christian Valentiner of the Norwegian publisher Flux

Avrim Topel, co-author of 'My Green Beginnings'

Tania Hershman, author of 'The White Road and Other Stories'

Elisabeth Baines, author of the upcoming book 'Too Many Magpie'

Erica Caldwell of the bookstore Present Tense

Sue Schrader of the bookstore Sources of Hope

Jennifer Taylor of GreetQ

Kathleen Wilson, author of "Rumer & Qix"

Raz @ Eco-Libris

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