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Adulting: a funny self help book, not just for young people

For anyone starting out on the road to being an independent adult, the book Adulting (from Hachette) is a good guide to have. It is packed with tips – 468 to be exact – on pretty much any experience you are going to go through in your early 20s. 189 more words


A Lesson in Propaganda

You might have read an article in the New York Times recently, reporting both a decline in ebook sales and a resurgence of consumer interest in print books.   1,174 more words


Are E-Book Sales Really Falling?

The short answer: no.

The slightly longer answer: no, but the Big Five want you to think they are.

The explanation: because the Big Five are losing money (again), and want to court your sympathy–and your dollars–by encouraging you to blame the little guy.   932 more words


Blog Tour & Giveaway: ‘The Girl in the Spider’s Web’ by David Lagercrantz

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The famous girl with the dragon tattoo is back! Yes, you heard me correctly. The girl is back in ‘The Girl in Spider’s Web’. 1,023 more words

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Alternate Formats

A couple of books have come by my desk recently that really caught my eye because of their unique format. The two books below caught my attention because there are stories told entirely through emails, chat log, video transcripts, diary entries, and much more. 719 more words


One in a Million book review

When I saw via live feed that Jill Shalvis won the 2015 RITA award for Contemporary Mid-Length Romance at the recent Romance Writers of America convention in New York City, I knew I had to read her book. 131 more words

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Author: Tony Cavanaugh
Hachette Australia RRP $29.99
Review: Monique Mulligan

If you’re a crime fiction fan, especially of the hard-edged variety, and you haven’t read anything by Tony Cavanaugh yet, let me suggest you rectify that quick-smart. 525 more words

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