One of my co-workers has been reading Society’s Child-The Autobiography by Janis Ian. She said it is an excellent read and very fascinating. The book tells about Janis Ian’s life and musical career. The reader will learn that Ian convinced her father to teacher her how to play music at the young age of 3 and by the age of 15 she was singing controversial songs that were getting her booed off the stage. If you like any of Ian’s music this would be a great read for you. Janis Ian will also be attending the Tucson Festival of Books this weekend so be sure to stop at the Mostly Books’ booth (booth 153 and 154) to see her. J.A. Jance will also be conducting an interview with Janis Ian at our booth. This will be taking place at 3 P.M. on Saturday March 13th.
If you are looking for a good cozy murder mystery check out Joanne Fluke’s newest Hannah Swensen mystery Apple Turnover Murder. The story takes place in Minnesota and is about a three day charity event filled with pastries and a murder. We haven’t tried Fluke’s recipes yet, but are looking forward too it. Let us know if you like the recipes and book, we are always eager to hear feed back.