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Latest Best Non Fiction Books News

Many a book tells a Civil War tale
It has inspired an evaluation on books relating to the war, and a display and bibliography of some of the best. The library collection includes both fiction and non-fiction, for both adults and kids. In the non-fiction there are the usual Shelby Foote …
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WALL STREET JOURNAL BEST-SELLERS
Print-book data providers include all major booksellers and Web retailers, and food stores. E-book data providers include all major e-book retailers. Free e-books and those sold for less than 99 cents are excluded. The fiction and nonfiction lists in …
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W&L's Warren Writes Introduction to Limited-Edition Book
Lopez is best known for his book "Arctic Dreams," which won the National Book Award for non-fiction in 1986, as well as for "Of Wolves and Men," which won the John Burroughs Medal for natural history writing. "Some people would say Barry is a nature …
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Latest Non Fiction Book Publishers News

University of Virginia Press celebrating half a century of printed and
UVa Press puts out between 55 and 60 books a year, all of which are nonfiction. … "I think you'll find in this building that most people were attracted to book publishing partly because of the book as a physical object, and partly as the makers of …
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The Globe's Mickleburgh wins BC book prize
… Book Prizes were awarded Saturday night at a gala in Victoria. Veteran Globe and Mail journalist Rod Mickleburgh and Vancouver city councillor Geoff Meggs took home the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize for best original non-fiction literary work for …
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Latest Non Fiction Articles News

How Literature Saved My Life David Shields
It wasn't a typical non-fiction book, so much as a relentless collage of quotes, comments, and prose poems lifted from anywhere and everywhere that Shields believed would aid in expressing his exhaustion with reading and writing novels. Everything went …
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Selection of short stories in the steampunk genre may not be for everyone
It also contains some non-fiction articles about steampunk and what direction the writers think steampunk is headed. There's quite a selection of tales here. There are romantic stories such as “As Recorded on Brass Cylinders: Adagio for Two Dancers” by …
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The Big Roundtable Rethinks The Editorial Model For Long-Form Journalism
Ultimately, Shapiro plans to sell a new nonfiction novella on the site every week, and the writer will get $ 1 from each sale. Hopefully, this will allow The Big Roundtable to find work that didn't catch the attention of particular editors but will …
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Latest Non Fiction Books For Teens News

Teens Know Best author event
Bresenoff's latest book, “Brooklyn Burning,” a story of two homeless teens, was a finalist in NPR's Best-Ever Teen Book feature, and is on the 2012 Best Fiction for Young Adults list by the Young Adult Library Services Association. For details about …
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An incredible book of poetry about DC's Legion of Super-Heroes
In his new book Special Powers and Abilities, Raymond McDaniel takes up the mythology of superheroes in a series of poems based on DC's Legion of Super-Heroes comics. … Poetry that meditates on science fictional tropes has been around for a while …
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It's not too late to prevent the flu!
The 2012-13 flu season is one for the record books: 47 states report more than the usual number of cases; Boston and New York state have declared influenza emergencies, and that's caused shortages of vaccines and antivirals in some areas. … Flu …
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Mighty Mack updates its leading Film Today App – in time to satisfy film professionals’ need for instant news, acquisition deals, and gossip at the 2013 Berlinale.


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Students to read more non-fiction in school
Dernelle said that students will read more non-fiction in their social studies and history classes, adding that the English Department also continues to seek out more non-fiction works. For starters, Rutherford high school students read non-fiction …
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Graphic Novel Opens Portal to Southwest for East Coast Author
A year-and-a-half later, El Iluminado emerged, a graphic novel that blends historical non-fiction, cinematic suspense and situational humor (Stavans himself is a character in the book, and doesn't hesitate to poke fun at his expense) into one vividly …
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Defense expert: It's not science fiction, it's modern warfare
Dr. Peter W. Singer is the Director of the 21st Century Defense Initiative at the Brookings Institution and, at the age of 29, was the youngest scholar ever named Senior Fellow in its 90-year history. His New York Times best selling book, Wired for War …
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Latest E Books News

The 'Post' publishes its first e-book: Sex tips from Spitzer-scandal alumna
“Many of our readers have already embraced the Post's digital products, and we believe this new venture into eBooks will prove very popular,” Angelo is quoted in a statement as saying. "Tricks of the Trade is a unique and fun book – the perfect way for …
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The Millions launches e-book venture
The literary website the Millions is getting into the e-book business: Starting Tuesday, it will publish e-books that are available on Amazon.com, in Apple's iBookstore and at Barnes & Noble. While its website is about books, authors and publishing …
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Latest Fiction Ebook News

Special Kindle Promotion: Riveting New York Times Bestselling Thriller Just 99
WIRED was not only a New York Times and USA Today bestseller, but the bestselling Kindle novel of 2011 in two major categories—technothrillers and science fiction—an unprecedented achievement. To mark the launch of the sequel, the eBook version of …
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GUEST BLOG: A flash of inspiration
Calum Kerr, Director of National Flash-Fiction Day (16th May), offers a brief guide to the shortest of short stories. While the ebook has replaced the paperback for many, hardbacks are flourishing. Gary Perry explains why sometimes only a hardback will …
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Are eBooks really the future of writing?
I've been writing my main character since the early 90s.” The short story is making a resurgence with eBooks. The Review of Australian Fiction, available on Booki.sh is a good example. It is an online journal that has no print presence.
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Latest Fiction Ebook News

50 Shades of Grey: Why 'Mommy Porn' is Hot
The novels were published by a small independent Australian press and hard copy distribution was limited. So 90 percent of sales were discreet ebook downloads, according to the New York Times, which saw it rise to number one on its ebook fiction …
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Is Fifty Shades of Grey a New Frontier in Fan Fiction?
What some of Fifty Shades' readers may not be aware of, however, is that the book's greatest impact may not be due to the fact that it's erotica or that its initial success came through ebook sales — both fairly novel concepts in the staid world of …
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Ed Kurtz: Making Austin scarier, one book at a time
"To my admittedly limited knowledge, there wasn't anything of the sort for horror fiction, at least not in affordable trade paperbacks," says Kurtz. "I envisioned Redrum Horror as just that, an ongoing, numbered library of the very best horror fiction …
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Mini-ebooks: a natural home for articles that need a little room
Step forward the mini-ebook: a new home for ideas that need a little bit of space. Amazon announced this month that sales of Kindle Singles, its digital platform for novella-length fiction and non-fiction, have passed the 2m mark.
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Latest Fiction Ebook News

Samhain Publishing Authors Climbing the Bestseller Lists
The New York Times' eBook bestseller lists in fiction and nonfiction are compiled from weekly data from publishers, chain bookstores, independent booksellers and online retailers, among other sources. Since 1935, The Times has published bestseller …
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The art of fiction: Potter power
The major books story this week is the arrival of official eBook editions of the Harry Potter novels. But these books are not for sale through Amazon's e-commerce system (or Barnes and Noble's and Waterstones'). Click on any Amazon link to the Potter …
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Getting published in today's world
Although Val-Rae (VR) Christensen's fiction is set in Victorian times when women were not usually in control of their lives and fortunes, she decided to be in total control of her recently published Victorian novel “Of Moths and Butterflies.
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Ebooks roundup: Hitler, Hitchens and a hot erotic hit
But from this unremarkable beginning, the book develops not into a novel of social observation but into a startling piece of speculative fiction, in which the Germans have won the second world war in Europe and the continent is now in Nazi hands.
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