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2015, May-June: New books for children and teenagers reviewed by Janet Croft

The more stars, the better the reading!

Picture Books.

Although some of these books have historical backgrounds, I have not categorised any as non-fiction or fiction. 3,489 more words

May-June, 2015: New adult books reviewed by Janet Croft

The more stars, the better the reading…..


The Book of the People, how to read the Bible, by A.N. Wilson. PB from Atlantic and Allen and Unwin. 5,739 more words

Big Five eBook Matrix you must see!

American Libraries has been keeping track of “the Big Five publishers (Penguin Random House, Macmillan, Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins, and Hachette Book Group) and the terms they offer to libraries for their ebooks.” 111 more words

School Media Specialist

My Novel Soundtrack, Week 1: Shake It Off, by Florence And The Machine

Being a music lover I often find a link between my writing and certain songs, often in the mood the music creates but more frequently in the way the lyrics connect to the themes of the novel I’m working on at the time. 202 more words

Pamela Cook

Book review: Woundabout, by Lev A.C. Rosen

Rosen, Lev A. C. Illustrated by Ellis Rosen. Woundabout. Little, Brown, and Company, a division of Hachette Book Group, 2015. $17.00. 269 p. 9780316338134. Ages 8-12. 384 more words

Book Reviews

Pricing an Ebook ~ an informative article for all authors

* the following article was contributed by Ginny Grimsley, National Print Campaign Manager @ News and Experts in Wesley Chapel, FL

How To Price An Ebook… 1,303 more words


The Lost Boys Symphony

Author: Mark Andrew Ferguson

Publisher: Little, Brown and Company (Hachette)
March 2015, Hardcover, 337 pages, $25.00

Musical prodigy Henry’s life has fallen apart following a breakup with his girlfriend, Val, and her transfer to another school.  268 more words