All the book news you need to know, on a need-to-know basis.
We understand how busy you are and how difficult it is to keep up with all the book news that’s being thrown at you every day. To make your life a little easier, we’ll compound the most important bits into 1 blog post every week, exactly telling you what you need to know. Please don’t worry your pretty little head about the possibility of propaganda or censorship. We’ll do that for you.
The A.V. Club is teaching you were to start reading into the strange world of China Miéville. Having just started reading The City and The City I’m happy to find out that I’m doing it right!
More proof that J.K. Rowling isn’t done yet with the Harry Potter universe. A new short short story about a new wizarding character is now online at Pottermore. Will this finally mean that a new book is on its way? Please?
Authors are having fun with Goodreads! Lauren Oliver has launched a Ghostly Goodreads Challenge in honor of publishing her new book. For every 10 people who add her book to their shelves, she’ll post part of an original ghost story. Social Media marketing done right!
Anyone who has seen the adaptation of Vampire Academy assumed that the rest of the series would not be made. The studio agreed, but the film makers are holding out hope. To help them you can donate to their indiegogo campaign. Would the second movie be equally hilarious?
Oh my! Sporty people also love to read. Watch this video about how a football player joins an all-female book club. I can’t decide if I hate or love this article.
America and Britain are catching up with the new Murakami book, but not everyone is as positive about the latest work. The Atlantic wrote a very interesting piece about how he might actually be a bad writer, but one that we can’t help but love.
I love seeing author’s houses and unfortunately this only happens when they are on sale. Let’s all take a look at Salinger’s Cornish house and feel bad we don’t have the money to buy it.
These authors know the score. We all love cat video’s, but why do we love them so much? Instead of writing their silly novels, a group of authors will research this question and put it in a book for you.