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The Rise of the Superbook

Progress is so important nowadays, and progress is great and all, but do we really need superbooks? By “superbook,” the author of this article means a book that you can interact with, change the storyline of, and visualize on a screen. 325 more words

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The Gravedigger's Daughter

Caution: spoiler alert!

There are some authors I really like, but I’m not one of those fans who can read book after book by that author and not take a break to read anything else. 332 more words

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Most Influential Books By Women

Harper Lee’s 1960 novel To Kill a Mockingbird won the top vote for most influential book written by women. A selection of 20 titles voted by the public was launched… 95 more words

Darkfall by Dean Koontz

Holy Macral! I just finished the audiobook for Darkfall by Dean Koontz. Read by Christopher Lane, a product of Brilliance Audio.

It’s a horror book with some spiritual themes (mainly dealing with voodoo and how it ties in with every other religion in the world). 430 more words

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Author Interview: Elizabeth J. Kolodziej

It’s time for another author interview! Have I said lately how much I love working with authors? I really do! They get the creative process that goes into creating candle fragrances and we have so much fun talking about how characters and books can be represented in scent form. 751 more words

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