GUYS! Bidding has opened at Do the Write Thing for Nashville! There are some awesome awesome awesome items, and this is only Day 1! SO FAR we have: books and more books, a short story critique, query letter critiques (by Hannah Moskowitz who is let me assure you GOOD AT THAT SHIT), some awesome fingerless … More how you can help Nashville PART DEUX
Hey everyone! I have a new blog project that I’m pretty excited about: Glam Book Shots! Books are the hottest accessory of this or any season, and it’s time for there to be a dedicated fansite. Never fear, internet—the Glam Crew and I are here to fill that void! So check it out, spread the … More Hot People, Hot Books
Thanks to everyone entering to win a signed copy of Suzanne Young’s THE NAUGHTY LIST! If you haven’t already, scroll down to the next post. You have til Thursday. I’m currently in New York City (in a hotel room that is basically a sauna–wha?), will be off to see Suzanne sooooon! Right now she’s live-tweeting … More happy weekend!
(scroll down about 3 posts for the book giveaway!) So I kind of adore Orhan Pamuk. He’s last year’s Nobel Literature Prize winner and the author of Snow and Museum of Innocence, among other books, none of which I have read. But I’d heard that he gives good talks, and I like listening to authors … More boston book fest part II
(Scroll down for book giveaway!) Hello! Today Gracetopia is blogging at you LIVE from the Boston Book Festival. It’s the first one, which is kind of shocking; you’d think Boston’s Book Fest would be old and established since the city always goes on about how old and historical and established it is. Oh well. It’s … More boston book fest
So sometimes I do this thing where I don’t pay attention and accidentally buy two of the same book from amazon. Like, I click it twice or something. And if I were paying attention when I hit “Submit Order” I would notice the 2 next to the book, but yeah, I don’t. So anyway, now … More free book! Soulless by Gail Carriger
First of all, this is like the best name for a mystery ever. Wobble to Death? Really? Awesome. Written by Peter Lovesey, who you may know as the writer of the Inspector Diamond mysteries, and first published in 1970, Wobble to Death is the first in a short series of Victorian-era mysteries. Victorian England? Mystery? I’m … More book review: Wobble to Death by Peter Lovesey
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