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Terrify the Little Children with these Books

Books have been delighting and entrancing children for ages, but they’ve also been scaring the pants off of kids, too. Sometimes for very good reasons, and sometimes for no particular reason at all. 355 more words


Interview with Liza McRuer of BookPal at BEA 2015!

We talk to Liza McRuer, Account Director for BookPal , at Book Expo America 2015! Jessica Mazo interviews, Tom O’Brien produces/shoots/edits.

How cute is their logo (below)?! 14 more words

Jessica Mazo Host

Review of: Weightless by Sarah Bannan

Teresa Steele-

Carolyn Lessing is a fish out of water. She has recently moved to a small Alabama town from the New Jersey/NYC area, and she doesn’t quite fit in. 109 more words


Review of: White Crocodile by K.T. Medina

Allison Senecal:

Loved this so much. I was super thrilled to see a blurb from Mo Hayder (one of my favorite crime-thriller writers) on the cover. 88 more words


30 Day Reading Challenge- Day 29

DAY 29. – A book you hated.

Twilight. I’m sorry. It was bad, it was shallow, and even though ALL my friends loved it, it made me want to die and I almost didn’t finish it. 21 more words


Sunday Post - June 28, 2015

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @
Caffeinated Book Reviewer that doesn’t have a theme, per se, it’s more of a weekly wrap-up. 541 more words

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Battling Bias on the Shop Floor: How #Bookstores Can Support #Diversity | The Guardian #booksellers #genderequality

A bookseller explains how Kamila Shamsie’s call for gender equality in the industry, and the fiery debate it provoked, could lead to greater diversity all around. 31 more words