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  • Author Michaela Carter Discusses Further Out Than You Thought

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    Combining the eloquence and raw sensuality of Jeanette Winterson with the romantic, renegade spirit of Patti Smith, Further Out Than You Thought is a taut and erotically charged literary debut, set against the chaos of the 1992 L.A. riots, about three people searching for identity and meaning from award-winning poet and indie bookshop co-founder Michaela Carter. In the Neverland that is Los Angeles, where make-believe seems real, three dreamers find themselves on the verge of transfo

  • Paulo Coelho discusses The Alchemist

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    Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of The Alchemist with Paulo Coelho! Join in as he discusses the story behind his international bestselling novel. Take part in this special occasion as Paulo shares his thoughts as well as his own “personal legend.” Be an integral part of this historical event-- sign up for Paulo’s Author Tracker at www.alchemistlive.com to receive exclusive videos, info, and more!

  • Discussion with Neal Stephenson

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    New York Times bestselling author Neal Stephenson answers questions from fans and talks about his new novel, ANATHEM, on sale 9/9/08.

  • Smart Bitch Sarah Gives It To Us Straight....

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    Few people have the pointed insight into the romance genre as Sarah Wendell, the eponymous SB-Sarah of the acclaimed Smart Bitches Trashy Books blog (www.sb-tb.com), and co-author of Beyond Heaving Bosoms: The Smart Bitches' Guide to Romance Novels. Find out why authors such as Nora Roberts, Lisa Kleypas and Jennifer Crusie celebrate the Smart Bitches for "all that's ridiculous and annoying in the genre, while showcasing all that's good and valuable, with wit, style, intelligence, and snark" wi

  • Charles Todd talks to Library Lovefest

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    Virginia Stanley, Director of Library Marketing at HarperCollins interviews Charles Todd, author of A MATTER OF JUSTICE, the 11th entry in the Ian Rutledge mystery series. The Washington Post says this is “one of the best historical series being written today.”

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