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  1. Michael Crichton: The Med School Years Michael Crichton Publishes 9 Novels Under Pen Name by Amy Currier 07/23/2013

    Nine new eBooks by Michael Crichton, written pseudonymously during his years at Harvard Medical School, are now available for the first time. The bestselling author of Jurassic Park, Congo and other fast-paced fiction had some tricks up that white-jacket sleeve of his. Fans will be happy to hear that their reading list just got bigger […]

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  2. RS_HoneymoonReads_bl Elin Hilderbrand’s Top 5 Books for Honeymooners by Amy Currier 06/24/2013

    Hey, honeymooners! Who wants to ride an elephant in Thailand when there are books to be read?! Okay, maybe ride the elephant. But in your down-time (yes, seating arrangements are over and dancing lessons are done), it’s time to start working on your lifetime of happiness . . . with books. With twelve novels published—and […]

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  3. David Sedaris Feature Image Exclusive: Reader Store Sits Down with Bestselling Author David Sedaris by Amy Currier 06/03/2013

    In his new book—Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls—bestselling author and sidesplittingly funny personality David Sedaris has again demonstrated the power of the short story collection (as well as his knack for creative book titling). The author, who is known for his unique storytelling style and unforgettable life encounters, was nothing short of a delight in […]

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  4. Therese Anne Fowler Feature Image Great, Gatsby! Roaring ‘20s literature stands the test of time: A Note from Therese Anne Fowler by Amy Currier 05/06/2013

    With the release of her new book, Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald, author Therese Anne Fowler proved that the Jazz Age is a period for literature that—to this day—passes the test of time. Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald Z has been hitting the tops of bestseller lists across the board since it was […]

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  5. Author Spotlight featuring Abbi Glines & Ellen Hopkins Ellen Hopkins & Abbi Glines on Writing for “New Adults” by Amy Currier 04/08/2013

    New York Times-bestselling authors Ellen Hopkins and Abbi Glines guest blog about the hot new genre, and divulge to readers about their experiences as new adults. Author Q&A RS: Describe what New Adult is to you as a genre and what are the key characteristics that distinguish is from YA? AG: New Adult gives older […]

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  6. Sony Films Inspired by Books Sony Films Inspired by Books by Amy Currier 03/18/2013

    As the Hollywood award season comes to an end, readers around the world are feeling slightly ahead of the game having read award-winning stories far before they were seen on the big screen. We know—if done right—books make great film adaptations. But this year was a particularly “bookish” year in the film industry with hits […]

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  7. Sanjay Gupta: Monday Mornings Reader Store Spotlight: Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Author of Monday Mornings by Amy Currier 03/05/2013

    The adaptation of Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s MONDAY MORNINGS into a television series debuted on TNT last month. It has since garnered media attention and is sending watchers and readers alike running to the shelves to find out where it all began: in a book, of course. With an addicting, fast-paced plotline reminiscent of Grey’s Anatomy […]

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  8. Black History Month for Blog Reader Store Celebrates Black History Month with Iconic Authors & Stories by Amy Currier 02/12/2013

    “I could spend the rest of my life reading, just satisfying my curiosity.” –Malcolm X From iconic classics to influential young voices, the written word holds poignancy in the way we perceive and recollect historical events. February is Black History Month, and it must be noted just how many amazing authors there are that should […]

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  9. Shannon Stacey Main Image Reader Store Spotlight: Shannon Stacey by Amy Currier 01/22/2013

    As we sat eager for the release of the newest title in the bestselling (and Reader Store favorite!) Kowalski series, we were lucky enough to get to chat with author Shannon Stacey on family, four-wheeling and how to write the perfect man. Author Interview: RS: How did you first get hooked on writing romance? Would […]

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