Daughter of Xanadu's visibility has continued strong since publication. Here are the latest reviews, blog interviews and guest blogs:
May 3: Article based on interview, Norelle Done on Seattle Wrote blog.
April 8: 5-star review on The Bookaholics by Aik Chien of Malaysia.
March 23: Amber of Squeaky Clean Reads wrote a review saying: "Daughter of Xanadu is not squeaky clean, but mostly clean."
March 16: Black Fingernailed Reviews (5-star review)
March 14: Dreaming in Books (review)
March 9: Shauna Yusko, librarian at Evergreen Junior High in Redmond interviewed me for her blog after my school visit there on March 3.
March 2: PaperTigers.org, a website devoted to multicultural books from around the world for children and young adults, with a particular focus on the Pacific Rim and South Asia (interview and review)
Feb. 27: Reading the Past (review, with comments)
Feb. 13: Historical-fiction.com (guest blog)
Feb 9: Feathered Quill (interview)
And here's the latest press:
Mercer Island Patch posted this article online on Feb. 11, 2011:
-- "When East Meets West: Author Dori Jones Yang," by DeAnn Rossetti. Daughter of Xanadu, an adventurous and romantic tale by Dori Jones Yang, could easily be seen as a parallel to her own life in this century in the United States."
"That's Shanghai" magazine posted this review on urbanatomy on Feb. 11, 2011:
-- The first review in China, called "Move Over Mulan," by Tom Carter