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Hark! Hark! A new book approacheth! We're verily excited for Ian Doescher's The Jedi Doth Return, and to celebrate, we've lined up a whole host of guest posts on some truly excellent book blogs. Find out what and where Ian will be stopping by below the jump!
 
 
It's the blog tour kickoff! Read an exclusive interview with Ian about the challenges of penning a trilogy of books. 
 
Tues, June 24th: Bibliomantics
Cover to Cover: Recreating the iconic characters in Shakespearian art; a great post about the process of making the covers. 
 
Weds, June 25th: Pub(lishing) Crawl
#WriterWednesday Lessons in Pentameter: A fun how-to post about writing sonnets and poetry!
 
Thurs, June 26th: Geeky Library
SEKRETS: Find out the hidden references smattered through out the trilogy of books. What are Ian’s top five, and where can we find them?  
 
Fri, June 27th: Novel Thoughts
#FridayReads Inspiration from the Classics. A post about the top five Shakespearian books that inspired Ian while writing, got him into reading as a youth, and made him fall in love with Shakespeare.
 
Sci-Fi Reads: A guest post about other sci-fi books that Ian has fallen in love with, and would recommend people pick up.
 
Tues, July 1st: The Mary Sue
IT'S PUBLICATION DAY! Huzzah! Read an essay about Ian’s favorite Star Wars character growing up, and what you can learn from that character. 
 
Weds, July 2nd: My Mercurial Musings
#WriterWednesday Poetic Feet. Learn the different kinds of poetic feet and kinds of poetry from Ian!
 
Thurs, July 3rd: Quirk Books (that's us!)
Hitting the Road: A post about where Ian’s going on tour IRL! All the dates and locations of his upcoming signings will be right here.

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Blair Thornburgh

Blair Thornburgh is an editor at Quirk Books. A native Philadelphienne and apparent devotée of gendered demonyms, she makes a mean plate of scrambled eggs, a much friendlier cup of coffee, and would love to talk to you about (or in) multiple dead languages. Hwæt!