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Even if you're not a horror fan, Emily Carroll's gorgeous, graphic (in both ways) THROUGH THE WOODS may convert you:
Book News: Louise Shivers, who debuted with 'Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail' at the age of 53, has died. She was 84.
These Books Were Made For Walking: A reading list that will put a little spring in your step ...
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Today we're remembering our friend and colleague Margot Adler. Listen back to one of her lovely book stories here:
The Inspector Montalbano books are everything you need for the beach: good mystery, exotic location, great writing.
Plot To Poison Famed French Wine Makes For Gripping (Pinot) Noir
Clash Of The Comic(-)Cons! The nation's third-biggest comic book convention has received a cease-and-desist letter.
From our friends @planetmoney: Self-Published Authors Make A Living — And Sometimes A Fortune
Today's book news: Amazon reported big second quarter losses Thursday and said the current period may be even worse.
When it comes to creativity, are two heads better than one? Author Joshua Wolf Shenk certainly thinks so.
Maureen Corrigan says 'Panic In A Suitcase' is a funny debut novel -- a coming-to-America story with a fresh spin:
In today's book news: Amazon executive Russ Grandinetti says Hachette is using authors "as human shields."
Why doesn't your cat want to cuddle? Veterinarian Vint Virga explains how to see things from a feline point of view.
Today's book news: Booker Prize, Now Open To U.S. Authors, Longlists 5 Americans
One word: Jetpack. You perked up, right?
Hi-ho, Silver, awaaaay! We've got great reads for equine enthusiasts in today's installment of #BookYourTrip:
A dazzling view of Victorian London through the eyes of Dickens in THE VICTORIAN CITY:
Today in Book News: Thomas Berger, the witty and feverishly prolific author of LITTLE BIG MAN, has died at 89:
We DARE you to listen to this delightful piece from @Bob_Mondello and not get these songs stuck in your head ...
RT @MorningEdition The NSA watches a lot of people, but who watches the NSA? 2-part NSA oversight series begins w/ whistleblowers on Tuesda…
How to read in bars: Tips from writer and critic @itsjuanlove
George Romero on scary zombies: "I made them the neighbors ... I thought there's nothing scarier than the neighbors!"
The so-called Big Five publishers don't appear to be participating in Amazon's new e-book subscription service.
Why are time travel books more often focused on going to the past? @Petramatic investigates
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