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Libraries Will Become Museums Soon

Goodbye Beloved Books

Libraries around the world will become museums before the end of the century, as a result of the internet, technology, and the astronomical cost of maintaining the institutions. Read More »

Interview with Catherine Astolfo, Author of ‘Sweet Karoline’

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"I am fascinated by evil, by the psychopathology that leads people to harm others." Read More »

Random House Opens Its Doors to Self-Published Authors, Perhaps

Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose ... Read More »

Physical Book or eBook, Which Do You Prefer?

Devices such as the Kindle have helped to make books so much more accessible than before, but at what cost? Read More »

Interview: Spotlight on Debut Author Scott R. Caseley

If you have that feeling you're coming up short... what will it take to feel equal? Caseley responds with his YA romantic mystery novel. Read More »

The Value of 99 Cents

In a world where so much is free or cheap, how do we assess the value of 99 cents? Read More »

How Amazon Killed Barnes & Noble, and Why We Don’t Care

The bigger they are, the harder they fall... Read More »

Book Review: Shot in the Dark by Jennifer Conner

Having read Conner’s work before, I know she has a soft spot for tortured, imperfect heroes with big hearts who at times suffer a disability. Read More »

Book Review: Never Look Back (Nick Seven: Book 2) by Tim Smith

Can Nick keep Felicia out of harm’s way or will he finally be outwitted? Read More »

Book Review: The Dr. Seuss Bookshelf from Oceanhouse Media

Oceanhouse Media introduces the Dr. Seuss Bookshelf — the place to go for all your Dr. Seuss apps. Read More »