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Q&A: Book was a labor of love for author
I read a lot of books. But it took me six years to write this book, and most of it I wrote while I was working full-time. I didn't have time to go to the big publishing houses with it because I wanted my mom to be able to read the book. She's in her ...

Famine turns to feast for Chinese readers
“After the 'Cultural Revolution', there was a book famine in China,” said Ms Ruan, now director of the editor's office at the publishing house. In an article about the first issue of Foreign Literature and Art, a bimonthly magazine published by the ...

Scott Hollifield: Science puts in a good word for books
Books were everywhere while I was growing up, first in the small trailer between the gas station and the flea market where I made my first memories and later in the brick ranch across the creek that my parents saved for, bought, finished and turned ...

NW Iowa religious activist burns LGBTQ library books in protest of OC Pride
Veronica Fowler, communications director for the Iowa branch of the American Civil Liberties Union, said that Dorr's actions were problematic, particularly because the books were not his own to burn -- he effectively made the decision that local ...

Author of Critical Book on Egypt's Economy Arrested: Sources, Wife
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian police on Sunday arrested the author of a book about Egypt's economy on charges of publishing false news, security sources and the author's wife said. Abdul Khalik Farouk's detention came days after local media reported that ...

Stats and Notes: Comeback Breaks Record Books
The win moves Carolina to 5-7 all-time against the Eagles, including a 3-4 mark at Philadelphia. Carolina trailed 17-0 entering the fourth quarter. The comeback was the largest fourth quarter comeback in franchise history. Carolina had twice overcome ...

An Homage to RBG and 2 Other New Books About Modern Herstory
However, it's still used as a rallying cry to remind us of the need for gender equity in opportunity, pay, and recognition. The new books in this week's book club strive to help correct this gap. So read these books full of women and nonbinary humans ...

In other words, books are good
Books were everywhere while I was growing up, first in the small trailer between the gas station and the flea market where I made my first memories and later in the brick rancher across the creek that my parents saved for, bought, finished and turned ...

A new Kickstarter project will publish an undiscovered novel that inspired The Thing
In his book Astounding: John W. Campbell, Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, L. Ron Hubbard, and the Golden Age of Science Fiction (due out next week), Alec Nevala-Lee notes that Campbell was inspired in part by explorer Richard Byrd, and possibly H.P. ...

Science puts in good word for books
I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but I would have been much duller had I not had access to books at an early age. My mom and dad were not college graduates but they were voracious readers. Books were everywhere while I was growing up, first in ...

The Desk Set: books you need at hand
Even in the digital age, where a desk needs a charging station, students from middle school through college should have certain books within easy reach. And, adults would benefit also. Let's start with one everyone should own: a dictionary. Mine is ...

Books to behold
There are no words in Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord's Spirit Books, but they have plenty to say. The Newburyport artist started creating the series in 1992, after she was inspired by some interviews that journalist Bill Moyers conducted with scholar Joseph ...

Sutton business owner turns love for books into a dream come true
As you walk through the door into the bright entrance, you first notice the books, games, a knight in rusty armor and some comfy reading chairs. Then there's the checkout room filled with Disney melodies, more books and other children's nick-knacks ...

5 new books not to miss this week: John Grisham, Roger Daltrey, RuPaul
USA TODAY's Jocelyn McClurg scopes out the hottest books on sale each week. 1. "The Reckoning" by John Grisham (Doubleday, fiction, on sale Oct. 23). What it's about: Unravels the story of why a decorated World War II vet walks into his Methodist ...

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