- August Religion Bestsellers: Max Lucado Takes #3, Wanda Brunstetter Returns
It features a new cover based on the musical and discussion questions.
- 10 Essential Music Books
It was the way I found out secrets, facts, and histories of bands I loved, but didn’t know the real stories of.
- Leper Colony Tale to Scribner
Drew bought North American rights from agent David McCormickat IMG on the book, which is a study of the leper colony on the Hawaiian island of Molokai, covering its history, legends and stories of some of the many sufferers who have lived and died there.
- Zondervan Acquires The Beginner's Bible
Zonderkidz has steadily expanded the product line to include a variety of Bible storybooks as well as full text Bibles that feature art from The Beginner's Bible, children's books, devotionals, I Can Read Bible stories, Bible covers, audio products and seasonal titles, among others.
- Clevelend Kidnapping Victim Sells Memoir to Weinstein Books
\tMichelle Knight, one of three women kidnapped by Ariel Castro and held captive for years in his Cleveland, Ohio, home, is telling her story.
- PW Online and On-Air: Week of June 4, 2018
Plus, in the latest segment of Star Gazing, Calvin Reid and Meg Lemke share recent starred reviews.PW RadioIn a special archive show, Sarah Beth Durst tells The Stone Girl’s Story and Nate Staniforth discusses Here Is Real Magic: A Magician’s Search for Wonder in the Modern World.BlogsShelfTalk
- (At Least Two) Books on Alex Kelly Case
Schreiner, who is covering the trials; and Pocket Books hopes to publish Sheila Weller's book on the case as soon as Labor Day.
- SF/Fantasy/Horror Notes
Schultz, covers the difficult years, 1924 to 1926, that the master of Weird Tales lived in Brooklyn.
- NYU's Brennan Center Launches Book Site
Although the site will naturally focus on nonfiction, there is room to cover fiction, too.
- The Doctor Is In
On Sunday, February 17, the doctor headlined Liz Smith's nationally syndicated column, and the following Sunday was Parade's cover story.
- Holt Grabs Lawyer-Blogger for Novel
In fact, he had, and third-year Harvard Law grad Jeremy Blachman, his cover blown, had even already found himself an agent, William Morris's Suzanne Gluck.
- Boom! to Collect ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’
The collection will feature a new cover by artist Jay Shaw, and essays from acclaimed comics creators including Ed Brubaker, Warren Ellis, and Matt Fraction.Dick’s influential novel, set in a future San Francisco devastated by nuclear war, tells the story of Rick Deckard, a bounty hunt
- Berkley Touting Its Own 'Fifty Shades' Imitator
On Thursday, Berkley will release a revised e-book edition of Bared to You with revised cover art that the imprint said will "speak directly to the Fifty Shades of Grey audience."
- Psychic Explorations: New Travel Books 2020
“These are lived experiences.”Each book features a single cover image, framed in a way meant to evoke a passenger’s view from a train.
- PW Online and On-Air: Week of July 30, 2018
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