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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

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Meet Our Contributors

So a few weeks ago, Lone Book Club had a big announcement. No longer will it be one voice but four. Now it is time for you to get to know each of us in preparation for the new reviews!

We are all very excited and can't wait to bring even more book reviews to you all.

Get ready for our new contributors to start posting this Friday! 

Meet The Contributors

Alexandra Peters - Founder, Contributor
Alex grew up right outside of New Orleans, LA, and went on to study film at the College of Motion Picture Arts at Florida State University. An avid reader and house cat enthusiast, Alex now lives in Los Angeles, California with her boyfriend, Chris, who supports her reading habits and makes her hot chocolate upon request.

Kaley Lankenau - Contributor
Kaley grew up and went to school in Florida, but has recently made the move to Los Angeles. She is grateful for the relationships that she has maintained with her favorite books, because they can always make her feel at home, no matter where she reads them. A chai tea latte, a comfy sweatshirt and a film score are her ideal companions for an afternoon tucked away with a book. She wants a bunny. 

Julia Zerr - Contributor
After working her way up to become one of the most esteemed and feared business tycoons of the Ice Museum Industry in Fairbanks, Alaska, Julia decided that her days of whale watching and evading authorities (she knows what she did) were more than enough adventure for any one lifetime, so she settled down somewhere in the Chesapeake region to devote the remainder of her life to philosophy and the arts. Among her many accomplishments, Julia has managed to perfect the I-don't-give-a-f**k stare, which she largely reserves for people lacking an appreciation for adorable animals.

Mish - Contributor
Mish reads books. Sometimes she actually finishes them. Sometimes she gives them away before she can. The only other interesting thing about Mish is that she once mistook a peach for a plum and found herself spending an entire evening contemplating the difference between Belief and Truth, which isn't that interesting at all. One would be wise not to start a philosophical conversation with her.

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