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Why All The Books I Hated Have Actually Made Me Love Reading Even More
Unless you are a huge masochist, you probably don't enjoy reading a bad book. I have suffered through more books than I can count on two hands — some simply bored me, some made me roll my eyes with cheap plots or bad writing, and some made me so ...

The Book That Terrified Neil Gaiman. And Carmen Maria Machado. And Dan Simmons.
The scariest book I've ever read is “The Haunting of Hill House” by Shirley Jackson. I read it one night next to my sleeping wife and found myself unable to move, unable to go to bed, unable to do anything except keep reading and praying the shadows ...

Fun is the force that binds Girl Friday Productions
When Huffington Post Founding Editor Roy Sekoff wanted to write his autobiography, he turned to Girl Friday Productions, a small independent Seattle publisher with more than a way with words. Girl Friday provided Sekoff's book, “Lacks Self-Control ...

New Publisher, Critical Entertainment LLC, Launches, Debuting Original Comic Book Series and Graphic Novel at San ...
New Publisher, Critical Entertainment LLC, Launches, Debuting Original Comic Book Series and Graphic Novel at San ...

Three Recent Books On Physics And Philosophy
The interaction of physics and philosophy is also a recurring topic in pop-science writing, and as it happens, I've recently read three books that touch on this topic to varying degrees (thanks to the publishers who keep sending me review copies of ...

The general publisher of tomorrow
How would you choose to build a general book publisher today, if starting from scratch? That was the question I found myself asking two years ago. By general publisher I mean that delicate balancing act which the publishing industry has so often been ...

Book Reviewer
Publishers Weekly, familiarly known in the book world as PW and “the bible of the book business,” is a weekly news magazine focused on the international book publishing business running for over 145 years. It offers feature articles and news on all ...

Book Reviewers
Publishers Weekly, familiarly known in the book world as PW and “the bible of the book business,” is a weekly news magazine focused on the international book publishing business running for over 145 years. It offers feature articles and news on all ...

Tips, links and suggestions: what are you reading this week?
Wonderful book that I've read and shared with many of younger generations too. Classic ingredients of children's literature: some danger away from the eyes of parents and adults, home in time for tea and understanding and wisdom in the child ...

Not the Booker prize 2018: nominate your favourite book of the year
Alongside that excellent list we've also been able to bring attention to books by Benjamin Myers, Meike Ziervogel, Lars Iyer, Paul McVeigh, Jenn Ashworth, MJ Hyland, Mahesh Rao, Alex Preston, Jemma Wayne, Harriet Paige, Stephen May, Simon Crump and ...

KKR to Acquire Audiobook Publisher RBmedia
The trade group collects data from about 1,200 publishers. By comparison, publisher revenue from print books increased only 6.3% in the first quarter of 2018, while e-book revenue declined 3.2%, according to the AAP. “While audiobooks are still a ...

How you can help foster children — one donated book at a time
One man's story about a random act of kindness — told at a local conference 12 years ago — has inspired a program that has contributed nearly 200,000 books to foster youth in Indiana. Steve Pemberton, a former foster youth, was the keynote speaker ...

Here Are The Best Books To Read During Summer 2018
As you get ready to sit back on the warm beach with a cool drink in your hand, you might want to grab, download or even listen to these must read summer books to ensure your holiday is as relaxing as it is inspirational. Published: 5:00 AM EDT July 16 ...

How Should Children's Books Deal with the Holocaust?
If the Holocaust could be pictured as something like Dante's Inferno, a descending order of circles with the crematoriums at the very bottom, the books that existed when Kimmel made his study were situated on the middle to upper rings. They told ...

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