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Zoraida Cordova returns!

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On this episode, YA author Zoraida Cordova returns for a 2nd time to discuss Labyrinth Lost, the strange life authors lead being solitary writers and then social butterflies while promoting books and having fans while being fans of other authors. Adam and Zoraida spend some time chatting about the social media aspect of being a public figure and the magic of the Young Adult book community.

They also discuss the Oreo scandal of 2016 and the culinary holiday traditions they both enjoy this time of year.

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