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- Ray Bradbury
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"A beautiful excursion into the realms of The Odyssey, with some surprises Homer didn't know about."
Margaret George
New York Times best-selling author of Helen of Troy
'Penelope's Daughter' by Laurel Corona

Penelope's Daughter: Ideas for Book Clubs

Send Me Your Book Club Ideas:

If your book club adopts one of my novels, I would be delighted to set up a visit. If you are local to the San Diego area, I may be able to come in person, and for others, I am happy to chat by phone.

I’d love to hear your ideas!  Write to me,, to let me know what you did at your event and how it went!  Send photos and I’ll post them on the site!

Some Fun Ideas for Your Book Club:

• Serve olives, fresh fruit, and simple white cheese drizzled with honey. Get some Greek olive oil and serve pita or other bread to dip in it.

Remember that this was a goddess-centered culture. If your book club is comfortable with the idea, have a "Release your Inner Goddess" theme and let participants surprise each other.

Interviews with Laurel

You may find ideas for book club discussion from these online interviews and guest blog posts:

Online Interviews:

The Maiden's Court: Interview with Laurel Corona

Sharon Kay Penman: Interview with Laurel Corona

Passages to the Past: Author Interview with Laurel Corona, author of Penelope's Daughter

Interview with Berkley Historical Fiction Author, Laurel Corona

Guest Blog Posts:

Check out the links from my "guest blogger" page:


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