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  • How Often Is An Author’s First Novel Their Best? | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Wall Scrawl Choose Your Fictional Family The Adventures of an International Bookseller → How Often Is An Author’s First Novel Their Best Alison Morris October 6th 2008 18 Replies Tweet
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    Post navigation ← Credit Squeeze Or Isn’t Paying the Bill On Time Enough A Peek Inside ‘The Hunger Games’ with Movie Producer Jon Kilik → A Gift Certificate Conundrum Josie Leavitt March 28th 2012 26 Replies
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    Post navigation ← The Power of the Listserv The Fun of Working from Home → A Versatile Staff Josie Leavitt February 17th 2011 6 Replies Tweet Every year during t
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  • Flying Pig Reports from BEA 1 | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← I’ll Have BEA Guest Bloggers When Pigs Fly Flying Pig Reports from BEA 2 → Flying Pig Reports from BEA 1 Alison Morris May 30th 2008 Leave a reply Tweet
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    Post navigation ← Mother’s Day at the Bookstore Letting the EReader Go → Great New Covers Josie Leavitt May 15th 2013 Leave a reply Tweet I know I often
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  • Always Learning – More on ‘Cake’ | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Planning a Big Anniversary Party The Importance of Interest → Always Learning More on ‘Cake’ Elizabeth Bluemle January 26th 2016 5 Replies Tweet Recen
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  • Good Reading for Spring Fever | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← A Gold Star for ‘Magic Box’ Bookish Breakfast Cereal Finalists → Good Reading for Spring Fever Alison Morris March 3rd 2009 7 Replies Tweet I’ve
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  • A Heartfelt Spotlight on Journalism and Justice | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← next time won’t you sing with me To See Or Not to See → A Heartfelt Spotlight on Journalism and Justice Kenny Brechner July 20th 2017 2 Replies Tweet
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    Post navigation ← Flying Pig Reports from BEA 1 Flying Pig Reports from BEA 3 → Flying Pig Reports from BEA 2 Alison Morris May 30th 2008 1 Reply Tweet 
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  • Secrets of a Library of Congress Cataloger—Plus Contest! | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← UndertheRadar Book of the Week SCRAWL Keeping It Local and Selling Books → Secrets of a Library of Congress CatalogerPlus Contest Elizabeth Bluemle November 18th 2010 9 Replies Tweet 
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  • Surviving ‘The Sound of Music’ | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Turning Diversity FlareUps into Opportunity The Life Cycle of the MFA Residency → Surviving ‘The Sound of Music’ Kenny Brechner January 21st 2016 Leave a reply Tweet 
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  • Is This Really Greener Reading? | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Lunch Before and Fun During the Boston GlobeHorn Book Awards Characters Performing Community Service → Is This Really Greener Reading Alison Morris October 14th 2008 17 Replies Tweet
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  • ARC Feeding Frenzy | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Sir MixALot Remixed I May Need to Change the Title on My Business Cards → ARC Feeding Frenzy Alison Morris April 29th 2008 3 Replies Tweet Norm
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  • When Authors Pop By | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Toddler Choices When Kids Pick Books IndieBound for the iPhone → When Authors Pop By Josie Leavitt April 20th 2009 21 Replies Tweet This post is
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  • Candlewick, Fire Escapes, Tu, and Moi | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← The Peepers Are Here Selling Color to Customers A Bookseller’s Guide → Candlewick Fire Escapes Tu and Moi Elizabeth Bluemle October 6th 2010 11 Replies Tweet
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