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Celebrate the long weekend and remembering our independence with this list of 5 Books to Celebrate the 4th, brought to you by Bookshelves of Doom blogger Leila Roy: http://ow.ly/P6VCL
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The video about Tad Hills' new book 'R Is for Rocket' is irresistible! (We feel sorry for Goose.) http://ow.ly/P0AMx
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Julie Danielson reviews the gorgeous picture book FLOAT by Daniel Miyares, an adventure tale about a rainy day, a boy, and a boat...simple elements that together tell a powerful story of hope and resiliency: http://ow.ly/OQElP
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We think your summer reading list could use a dose of magic! Take a look at these romance books recommended by blogger Bobbi Dumas that feature spells, sorcery, witches and warlocks, and more: http://ow.ly/OQDjb
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Exactly what goes into creating an annual 'year's best' speculative fiction anthology? A lot, it turns out. Blogger John Denardo talks to four editors of horror, science-fiction, and fantasy anthologies about their selection processes (in some cases, that involves reading over 2,000 stories per year). http://ow.ly/OKHau
John DeNardo talks with anthology editors about what goes into producing year's best sci-fi and fantasy anthologies.
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Is 'Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget' as far from the typical recovery memoir as possible? Yes, and thank you, Sarah Hepola! http://ow.ly/OHSig
Kirkus Reviews talks to Sarah Hepola about her debut memoir, Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget
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Looking for more books to add to your summer reading pile? These speculative fiction titles are all essentials, according to SF Signal blogger John DeNardo. Check them out! http://ow.ly/P3EGN
SF Signal blogger John DeNardo lists the essential speculative fiction titles publishing this July.
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Well, June went by in a flash. But get excited for July with these new YA books recommended by blogger Leila Roy! http://ow.ly/OX9TT
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Self-publishing is growing and growing. Just look at what happened at BookExpo America in May! http://ow.ly/OQTsS
Kirkus Reviews' senior Indie editor Karen Schechner writes about the continued growth of the indie scene at BookExpo America.
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Is gumshoe fiction--not to mention the "brilliant but eccentric sleuths" they feature--becoming extinct? Blogger J. Kingston Pierce proves otherwise with a riveting list of new mysteries. http://ow.ly/OKZNZ
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Though 'The Cartel' is a drug-trade thriller, Don Winslow's demarcations between the 'good guys' and 'bad guys'--DEA agents and drug lords--are anything but clear. Instead, the novel explore the complex factors that bind together enforcers and drug traffickers, and make drug violence possible. "America’s desire for drugs co-exists with this country’s desire to stop the trafficking of drugs," says Winslow, "which causes this schizophrenic attitude that is the heart of this problem. What I hope to portray to readers are the real human consequences of this kind of violence.” http://ow.ly/OKBVo
Kirkus Reviews talks to Don Winslow about his new novel, The Cartel.
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Looking for a new YA romantic read? Check out Robin Benway's 'Emmy & Oliver'. Forever YA says that "in the vein of HRH Sarah Dessen, this is a book that feels like a beach read, even as it covers some heavy ground, and Benway's dynamic characters exist in a world that's as easy to sink into as your favorite chair." Take a look! http://ow.ly/OHCy4
Forever YA reviews Robin Benway's romantic novel Emmy & Oliver.
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