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BOOK HOT LINKS FOR JAN. 31ST: CHERIE PRIEST GIVEAWAY, IRISH FANTASY, VAMPIRE EARTH, MARGARET ATWOOD, AND MUCH MORE

Interview & Giveaway: Cherie Priest- Bloodshot via Del Ray “…Steampunk is not her only interest…so it’s not [surprising] that her new book, Bloodshot, takes her into new and fun urban fantasy areas.” Like vampires. Blend of Celtic Myth and Irish History Makes Stina Leicht’s Dark Fantasy Debut Simply Extraordinary via … Continue reading

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BOOK NEWS FOR NOVEMBER 17TH: GEEK PRIDE CONTEST, FREE EBOOK, AND ANGELS IN LIT

Write geek-themed poem, win geeky book on Geek Mom Ethan Gilsdorf at Tor Now is the time when geek pride meets the poetic. We’re hoping you’ll dust off your quill pens to jot down a geek-themed poem and send it our way. Compose an “Ode to Harry Potter.” Dash off … Continue reading

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BOOK NEWS FOR JULY 31: HUNGER GAMES AUDIO, MUST VAMPIRES BE SEXY AND MORE

Free Audio Book of The Hunger Games Source: readingteenagefiction.blogspot.com Until 1 September, two free audio books will be available every week to download from Sync. This week’s selection is: From 7/29 – 8/4, THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins (Read by Carolyn McCormick) Download Courtesy of Scholastic Audiobooks THE LOTTERY … Continue reading

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BOOK NEWS FOR APRIL 29TH: ARTHUR C CLARKE AWARDS, NEW PHILIP PULLMAN, AND MUCH MORE

China Miéville wins unprecedented Arthur C Clarke award triple by Alison Flood at the Guardian His first venture into crime fiction – albeit with a fantastical edge – has won China Miéville the UK’s most prestigious science fiction prize, the Arthur C Clarke award, for an unprecedented third time. The … Continue reading

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OBS BOOK VS. MOVIE: THE GOLDEN COMPASS

“The one thing that drew her out of her boredom was the alethiometer. She read it every day, sometimes with Fader Coram and sometimes on her own, and she found that she could sink more and more readily into the calm state in which the symbol meanings clarified themselves, and … Continue reading

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