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June 24, 2008



Sounds like a great book!


Ann spoke at an educator's night at B&N many years ago in Salt Lake and I loved her! It's the same way I met Shannon too!

Charlotte's Rose is a great book, I'm glad to know about her new book.


So is this book like a modern retelling of Shakespeare's play?

Mrs. Mordecai

Thanks for posting this! I'm a big fan of Ann Cannon's column in the Deseret News, but I've never read any of her books. I guess I should get cracking!

Shayla Smoot

NO Miss Shannon I thought she was the one of the right! ;)


I heard her speak years ago at the Great Salt Lake Book Festival--she is quite amazing. I really liked Charlotte's Rose and her new book sounds delightful.

Gabrielle Linnell

Awesome interview, Shannon! I know I really love hearing about all these amazing authors.

However, I have one quibble with her. "Teenage boys, when they're not getting arrested, are a lot of fun to be around." I don't buy it. They're all mongrels worthy of being locked up until age fifty-six, or so it seems to me. :)

Enna Isilee

I ADORE Charlotte's Rose. It's one of the best books I've ever read and always makes me cry, every time.

Ann is coming to the writing for charity thing, correct? Fantastic!

Dr. Sallie N. Cheinsteen

hmmm... It sounds really interesting, and I think I may just have- no HAVE to read it. I just finished the Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray. It was so amazing. Thanks for all the good tips of books to read Shannon! We would all be lost without you...


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