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Cover to Cover #358B: More People, More Reading

Voicemail: Yeti Stomper asks how can publishers could provide incentives for people to give ebooks a try; Lejon adds his thoughts on the need to put reference materials on ebook readers and to be able to access them while reading another book; Mari from Michigan enjoyed the JC Hutchins interview, and comments on seeing some of her friends get more into reading.

Listener Review: Jordan from Baltimore brings us a review of Snake Agent, one of the Detective Inspector Chen novels by Liz Williams.   [Read more...]

Cover to Cover #326A: David Boop

Interview: This week, we talk with David Boop, author of She Murdered Me With Science, a scifi detective pulp noir tale, set in an alternate 1953, with a disgraced scientist working as a private detective who's suddenly set on a course to solve the mystery behind the deadly accident he was blamed for.   [Read more...]

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As a solid Trek fan I am always on the lookout for good books on the franchise, and Star Trek FAQ comes through in spades.   [Read more...]

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It's a little intimidating to review a book that has been so widely (and positively) reviewed. For authors, I think it would be useful to study this campaign and see what has made it so successful.   [Read more...]

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The world is a fairly orderly place, talking mice, gorgons, Chupacabra... these are things of fairy tales, mythology and supermarket tabloids. Not so in Seanan McGuire's new novel Discount Armageddon, the first book in her new InCryptid series.   [Read more...]

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