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Orlando Arts BlogHere's more on the UCF Orlando Book Festival, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 16, at UCF Arena. (I wrote an earlier story with details on the festival and interviews with authors T.R. Simon and Victoria Bond here: UCF Book Festival hosts Zora Neale...
Jacket CopyCharlaine Harris is the fourth author to sell 1 million Kindle ebooks....
Jacket CopyThe Google eBooks bestseller list includes one surprise: debut historical mystery author Gary Corby's The Pericles Commission....
TribLocal - Glenview » NewsFor years, the residents of Hunter Road in Glenview have lived with drivers using the street as a link between Glenview Road and Lake Avenue. …...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelTyler Perry has been cast as the detective that Morgan Freeman played in a couple of films, including “Kiss the Girls.” “I, Alex Cross” is a reboot of the Cross character's franchise, according to Variety. James Patterson's Alex...
Orlando Arts BlogTod Caviness here, barreling through my advance copy of Karen Russell's Swamplandia! Stay tuned for a review. - I'm increasingly fond of the events coming through the doors at Urban ReThink lately. Next up is a release party for “Fragmentation +...
Los Angeles TimesWitch & Wizard: The Gift A Novel James Patterson and Ned Rust Little, Brown: 342 pp., $17.99 Books and movies have been banned. Music, art — they too have been outlawed by an evil regime known as the New Order and its hateful leader, The One Who...
Los Angeles TimesAkata Witch A Novel Nnedi Okorafor Viking: 352 pp., $17.99, ages 12 and older The protagonist at the center of the young-adult novel "Akata Witch" lives in many worlds. She is, in the truest sense, African American: Nigerian by ancestry, American by...
One thing to know about our book club: We have been meeting once a month since 1995 at Woodson Regional Library and have never cancelled a meeting. We mostly read contemporary, popular works, but we've been known to read older works that were...
Call Rob McGarry a serial book-trader, which is to say he joined the growing numbers of consumers who choose to save money by trading and bartering books, DVDs, CDs and video games with others online. McGarry, of Orlando, was tired of losing space in his...
Tags: Consumer Issue, The New York Times, DVDs, Gaming, eBay Inc.
Ever since the popularity of children's books such as "Harry Potter," and Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight," it has become more socially acceptable for adults to read children's or young adult fiction. That is a good thing. There are many first-class authors...
Tags: Stephenie Meyer, Adults, Fiction, Teen-agers, Arts and Culture
Finding "Naked Heat" by Richard Castle simmering on the bestseller list wouldn't be unusual — it's the second in a mystery series, with a sexy cover and a blurb from author Michael Connelly — but for one thing: There is no Richard Castle. He's...
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