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  • Murder Book
    She dates the phenomenon to 17th-century “penny pamphlets,” and notes that she herself is a fourth-generation fan of murder stories.
    11/01/2021
  • Chasing History: A Kid in the Newsroom
    He amusingly recounts going from covering local stories to reporting on major political events—such as the fledgling Kennedy administration—all while juggling the mundanities of high school: "Now that I had covered the inauguration of the president of the United States," h
    11/01/2021
  • Unfollow Your Passion: How to Create a Life That Matters to You
    Trespicio breezily covers such topics as choosing one’s own agenda, dumping the expectations of a “bucket list,” not overpacking the (emotional) baggage, and ignoring that “inner critic, the unbearable Karen of brain.”
    10/25/2021
  • My Cone and Only
    Instead, he works as an occasional handyman around Crowder, Tex., setting his own hours and playing in a cover band.
    10/25/2021
  • At First Light
    Hints of a romantic relationship between the pair enliven the story, and references to Beowulf and Viking history add depth.
    10/25/2021
  • Birdie's Billions
    A deftly plotted story that thoughtfully renders a close parent-child bond while engaging readers through the mystery of the money.
    10/18/2021
  • She Heard the Birds: The Story of Florence Merriam Bailey
    When a trip to “the big city” reveals a cruel fashion statement—hats covered with birds and feathers—Bailey determines to make a difference, collecting information and writing books, including an early field guide, and teaching people how to bird-watch (“Shhhhhhh!
    10/18/2021
  • This Is Your World: The Story of Bob Ross
    It’s not the most eventful life story, but there is comfort in seeing a gentle soul (he rescued injured animals and “didn’t like to yell”) gradually find his voice and his calling through art and community.
    10/18/2021
  • Light Years from Home (Original)
    Chen captures both the love and the friction of their sibling relationship when Jakob returns with a cover story about backpacking through Europe, confirming Kassie’s theory.
    10/18/2021
  • Translators Fight for Credit on Their Own Book Covers
    When FSG shared on its Instagram the cover of the forthcoming short story collection The Trouble with Happiness by Tove Ditlevsen, translated by Michael Favala Goldman, some commenters noted that Goldman’s name was missing from the cover.
    10/18/2021
  • Mountains & Plains Booksellers Celebrate Community, Books, Authors
    Set in Los Angeles, the story features three Latinx teenagers “who are going to save the world.”
    10/14/2021
  • HarperCollins Introduces Middle Graders to 'Dungeons and Dragons'
    “I bought Dungeons and Dragons as a kid and I actually never played it, but I read the books that are in it and loved the covers and the box art.”
    10/14/2021
  • Q & A with Chuck Wendig
    I had a story to tell in that space.
    10/14/2021
  • Q & A with Lilliam Rivera
    I’ve seen the cover, and it’s so cute.
    10/14/2021
  • Licensing Hotline: October 2021
    The book contains stories from two episodes, “Dug Meets the Puppies” and “Dug Versus Squirrel.”
    10/14/2021

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