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5 Questions for Juliette Fay

Juliette Fay, the author of three novels including The Shortest Way home is back with her fourth and most ambitious book, The Tumbling Turner Sisters set in 1919 against the backdrop of American Vaudeville. Downpour: The backdrop of The Tumbling Turner Sisters is quite different from your previous novels. What made you want to take […]

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New Releases: May 17

There’s no day more exciting to book lovers than new release day! Every week comes along with great new picks for every kind of reader and listener. Below are a couple of the books we’re checking out this week and as always you can find more recent releases HERE! My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix Read by Emily […]

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New Releases: May 10

There’s no day more exciting to book lovers than new release day! Every week comes along with great new picks for every kind of reader and listener. Below are a couple of the books we’re checking out this week and as always you can find more recent releases HERE! Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones Read by Chris Patton and […]

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Bookish Roundup: May 6

Friday is here! Hopefully your weekend will be full of all things bookish. Here’s a few excitingly bookish things we loved on the internet this week: Don DeLillo spoke with The Guardian Electric Literature interviewed Ruth Ozeki Nick Offerman gave some book recommendations at the New York Times Alan Cumming told the New York Times ten […]

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New Releases: May 3

There’s no day more exciting to book lovers than new release day! Every week comes along with great new picks for every kind of reader and listener. Below are a couple of the books we’re checking out this week and as always you can find more recent releases HERE! Everybody’s Fool by Richard Russo Read by Mark Bramhall Everybody’s […]

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Bookish Roundup: April 29

We’ve reached the end of another week, which means it’s time for a little wrap up of cool bookish stuff on the internet! Here are a few of the things that caught our attention this week: Joe Hill spoke with The Nerdist about his new novel, The Fireman Electric Literature explores the Noir Renaissance The […]