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Episode 5 - "The Library of Legends", Interview with Janie Chang Recorded Live on August 12th, 2021.

Janie Chang joins us to chat about her Evergreen Award nominated book, The Library of Legends, what she defines her genre as, her favourite books and podcasts, and a little bit of magic.
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Bookmark: Janie Chang This week, on&nbsp;Bookmark, Uma speaks to Canadian author Janie Chang about her new book Dragon Springs Road, which is a wonderful piece of historical fiction that explores the often ignored lives of Eurasian children in China at the dawn of the 20th century.
Ep 7: Meet Candice from Tubby & Coo's, Authors Amy Jo Burns, Elisabeth Thomas, Janie Chang + This Week's New Releases This week we had a chat with bookseller Candice Huber from Tubby & Coo's Mid-City Book Shop, located in New Orleans, Louisiana. We talked about the bookstore, what you can expect when visiting, how Candice got involved in bookselling and so much more.  We also had a chat with author Amy Jo Burns about her debut novel Shiner, Elisabeth Thomas about her debut novel Catherine House and Janie Change about her latest novel The Library of Legends. We also shared some new releases that will be available in bookstores during the week of Monday, May 11th.***BiblioLifestyle newsletter subscribers are the first to know all the podcast happenings, get free goodies in the mail and they can enter for the chance to win free books. Every Friday you’ll get a special treat in your inbox filled with inspirational content, book recommendations, self-care tips, original interviews and things we think you’ll enjoy. The best part? You will only receive ONE email per week and it will be an amazing 5-minute read or less! Get our free weekly delivery - bibliolifestyle.com. A list of all the books mentioned in the show can be found at bibliohappyhour.com . To find an independent bookstore near you or when you're traveling, visit bibliofinder.com. For as little as $1/month you can tune in to the rest of our "meet the bookseller" conversation, listen to our “off the cuff” discussions with authors we've had on the show,  get our tailored “top shelf” book recommendations, behind the scenes content, perks and more when you become a supporter on Patreon. Join us at patreon.com/bibliofinder.
Janie Chang, "The Library of Legends" (William Morrow, 2020) Perhaps in anticipation of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the armistice, or just the reality that the last survivors will not be with us much longer, World War II has dominated the genre of historical fiction for some time. But two years before Hitler’s aggression against Poland set off the conflagration in Europe, imperial Japan occupied China, capturing Shanghai and Nanjing before launching bombing forays westward.In The Library of Legends (William Morrow, 2020), Janie Chang draws on family stories and ancient legends to weave a fact-based yet mystical tale about this period in China’s long history. The novel focuses on a group of university students evacuated from Nanjing as the Japanese army approaches. Eager to defend their cultural heritage, the students embrace the task assigned to them: safeguarding an encyclopedia of lore compiled during the early Ming dynasty five hundred years before.Hu Lian, a scholarship recipient from a single-parent family, encounters Liu Shaoming and his enigmatic former servant, Sparrow Chen, just as the students are starting on their long and difficult journey west. Friendship, even romance, blossoms between Lian and Shao—a love she does not trust because he comes from a background far wealthier than her own. But after a communist student agitator is murdered and suspicion falls on another of Lian’s friends, it is Shao and Sparrow who support Lian as she leaves the convoy to search for her mother. Only on the road east does Lian realize that the volume of the Legends entrusted to her includes a tale that may illuminate not only the elusive connection between her traveling companions but the destiny of China itself.C. P. Lesley is the author of ten novels, including Legends of the Five Directions, a historical fiction series set during the childhood of Ivan the Terrible. Her latest book, Song of the Shaman, appeared in 2020. Find out more about her at http://www.cplesley.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Janie Chang, "The Library of Legends" (William Morrow, 2020) Perhaps in anticipation of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the armistice, or just the reality that the last survivors will not be with us much longer, World War II has dominated the genre of historical fiction for some time. But two years before Hitler’s aggression against Poland set off the conflagration in Europe, imperial Japan occupied China, capturing Shanghai and Nanjing before launching bombing forays westward.In The Library of Legends (William Morrow, 2020), Janie Chang draws on family stories and ancient legends to weave a fact-based yet mystical tale about this period in China’s long history. The novel focuses on a group of university students evacuated from Nanjing as the Japanese army approaches. Eager to defend their cultural heritage, the students embrace the task assigned to them: safeguarding an encyclopedia of lore compiled during the early Ming dynasty five hundred years before.Hu Lian, a scholarship recipient from a single-parent family, encounters Liu Shaoming and his enigmatic former servant, Sparrow Chen, just as the students are starting on their long and difficult journey west. Friendship, even romance, blossoms between Lian and Shao—a love she does not trust because he comes from a background far wealthier than her own. But after a communist student agitator is murdered and suspicion falls on another of Lian’s friends, it is Shao and Sparrow who support Lian as she leaves the convoy to search for her mother. Only on the road east does Lian realize that the volume of the Legends entrusted to her includes a tale that may illuminate not only the elusive connection between her traveling companions but the destiny of China itself.C. P. Lesley is the author of ten novels, including Legends of the Five Directions, a historical fiction series set during the childhood of Ivan the Terrible. Her latest book, Song of the Shaman, appeared in 2020. Find out more about her at http://www.cplesley.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
GET LIT E182 with JANIE CHANG Hey all! Hope you’ve been finding ways to enjoy the new (temporary) reality. I’ve been managing to support some local businesses without, you know, really seeing anyone. Music and books! They help. As for writing…still shopping. We’ll see what happens with the new, still-untitled-after-all-the-years manuscript! This week Janie Chang returns to Get Lit. It was wonderful to talk to her again, this time about her new novel The Library of Legends. Enjoy!
Janie Chang, "The Library of Legends" (William Morrow, 2020) Perhaps in anticipation of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the armistice, or just the reality that the last survivors will not be with us much longer, World War II has dominated the genre of historical fiction for some time. But two years before Hitler’s aggression against Poland set off the conflagration in Europe, imperial Japan occupied China, capturing Shanghai and Nanjing before launching bombing forays westward.In The Library of Legends (William Morrow, 2020), Janie Chang draws on family stories and ancient legends to weave a fact-based yet mystical tale about this period in China’s long history. The novel focuses on a group of university students evacuated from Nanjing as the Japanese army approaches. Eager to defend their cultural heritage, the students embrace the task assigned to them: safeguarding an encyclopedia of lore compiled during the early Ming dynasty five hundred years before.Hu Lian, a scholarship recipient from a single-parent family, encounters Liu Shaoming and his enigmatic former servant, Sparrow Chen, just as the students are starting on their long and difficult journey west. Friendship, even romance, blossoms between Lian and Shao—a love she does not trust because he comes from a background far wealthier than her own. But after a communist student agitator is murdered and suspicion falls on another of Lian’s friends, it is Shao and Sparrow who support Lian as she leaves the convoy to search for her mother. Only on the road east does Lian realize that the volume of the Legends entrusted to her includes a tale that may illuminate not only the elusive connection between her traveling companions but the destiny of China itself.C. P. Lesley is the author of ten novels, including Legends of the Five Directions, a historical fiction series set during the childhood of Ivan the Terrible. Her latest book, Song of the Shaman, appeared in 2020. Find out more about her at http://www.cplesley.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
4.3 | Agatha Christie, Janie Chang, & Stephen King Lee's been reading some proper classics this episode! That's right, it's time for Agatha Christie! Eddie's having some Eurasian feels about Dragon Springs Road, and have any of you heard about this Stephen King guy? Eddie reckons he might just be a one-hit wonder, but Lee reckons he's got a bright future ahead of him. Tell us your favourite Agatha Christie and Stephen King books in the comments below, or via Twitter!______________________________________ If you like what you hear, we’d really appreciate if you sent us some stars on iTunes! It’s one the best ways to support the show!We’ve had many requests for beta reading from Crime Time listeners over the years, and we’re thrilled to finally be able to offer this service to our book community! Check out Frankcoreaders.com for all your manuscript assessment needs!Tell us what books are your faves in the comments below, or via Twitter!Join the Crime Time Team at Patreon!Make sure to check out the books of the week via the affiliate link below! Crime Time has partnered with Book Depository to bring you books at a great price – with free shipping worldwide thrown in!
Business Talks S1E1: Change The Narrative, Change Your Life with Janie Duquette What does it mean to have it all? On today's episode, Rashida sits down with Janie Duquette, once an entertainment powerhouse in Quebec. Janie has shifted her focus from promoting world-renowned entertainers to promoting female leadership and gives us her insights on owning the power of our femininity. &nbsp;&nbsp;If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to my channel and sign up for your my free powerhouse community at http://www.RashidaGeddes.com
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