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New from The Bibliofile
Book Review | A Man Called Ove by Frederik Backman is a sweet, uplifting and surprisingly funny story about a grumpy old man called Ove. It was originally published in Swedish and has been around for a few years now, but finally got around to reading it this week. The plot is fairly predictable, but that doesn’t detract from it being a lovely and heartwarming book about goodness and principles in a cynical and often disappointing world.
Bookish News and #bookblogging
All We Ever Wanted by Emily Giffin (author of Something Borrowed) came out this week (June 26) and being described as a suprisingly thoughtful book dealing with a variety of very current topics (see Shihtzus and Book Reviews or The Biblio Blond)
Any Man by actress-slash-activist Amber Tambyln was also released this week (June 26), a novel examining rape culture. For her first novel, Tamblyn casts her protagonist as a female rapist. Reviews of the controversial book are looking good thus far — check out Jessicamap Reviews or the National Post.
Writing weekend, anyone? 10 Simple Steps to Hosting a Writing Weekend from LJHiggins
Beta Reading, some helpful tips from Radina on How to Be A Better Beta Reader
Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi looks like it will be the first pick for Jimmy Fallon’s new book club. It’s a YA fantasy rooted in West African mythology that’s gotten fantastic reviews. (See Kyera’s Library or Miriam Shittu)
Reese Witherspoon, the de facto patron saint of book clubs of the moment, has a new book coming out September 18 called Whiskey in a Teacup.
The Woman in the Window movie adaption starring Amy Adams has a tentative release date! It’s October 4, 2019, according to the book’s author, AJ Finn
Harlan Ellison, a controversial but well-respected sci-fi writer passed away on Thursday (June 28).
Get It While It’s Hot
Uprooted (ebook) + Spinning Silver (pre-order) + Special Preorder Giveaway! | Naomi Novik is coming out with her newest novel Spinning Silver in a few weeks (I actually pre-ordered a signed copy last week!). If you pre-order, you can also get a special edition foil version of the dust cover for free.
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