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Let’s Talk About 2018

It’s time to sum up a whole year on the blog that is often lost and forgotten. For more frequent updates I recommend following me on Instagram (@elizabeth.j.m.walker) or my author page on Facebook, where I actually remember to post stuff. … Continue reading

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Upcoming Fall Events!

I have some upcoming Fall events! If you’re looking to pick up a signed copy of Slip Jig Summer, This Night Sucks, or She Dreamed of Dragons – stop on by!

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It’s Mid-August! Still looking for a fun book to read this summer?

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Summer Reading!

 

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Paperbacks available at Juniper Books!

Pick up some summer reading! 

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Windsor Author: Jenn Sadai

Jenn Sadai is a Windsor author who chooses to use her own life experiences to help inspire others to overcome challenges. Her first book, Dark Confessions of an Extraordinary, Ordinary Woman, is her own tale of survival, from being a … Continue reading

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Slip Jig Summer Signing

We had a good day at Juniper Books. Thanks to all who came out!

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It’s Almost Slip Jig Summer Day!

This Tuesday, March 27 is the release day for Slip Jig Summer! Yay! If you’re in Windsor, I will be having a meet and greet at Juniper Books on Sunday, April 8th from 1pm-4pm. I will have copies of Slip … Continue reading

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Windsor Author: Brittni Brinn

Brittni Brinn has been involved in many creative endeavours in Windsor. She has co-hosted the radio show Hardcover: A Literary Podcast and has wrote plays for Paper-Knife Theatre. Her newest project is her debut novel, The Patch Project. The Patch … Continue reading

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Juniper Books: Windsor’s House of Books

For over a decade Juniper Books has been Windsor’s “house of books”. The shop holds at least 45,000 books spread out between various rooms in the house – from cooking books in the kitchen, to a main floor full of … Continue reading

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