2018 has come and gone, but we at BookTrib are still feeling nostalgic reflecting back on another year of showcasing tremendous books. It’s hard for us to pick favorites, but strictly looking at the amount of views on stories we posted this year, we have curated a list of the top ten articles on our site (in no particular order). Are any of them some of your personal favorites?

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Special Edition of “A Wrinkle in Time” on Author’s 100th

by Jim Alkon 

Any lover of young adult literature no doubt is familiar with the unforgettable Meg Murry, who must confront her fears and self-doubt to rescue her scientist father experimenting with mysterious tesseracts capable of bending the fabric of space and time. Read more…

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Cyber Warfare, Classic Heroes, and International Crises

by Jon Land

Jon Land is back in action giving you his top picks for November in all things thrilling and suspense. Read more…

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1,000 Books To Read Before You Die: A Life-Changing List

by Jim Alkon

If you visit the BookTrib.com website primarily for book discovery, we’re here to tell you about a book that can only be described as the consummate book discovery source. Read more…

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For Novak: Romance, Mystery, Cookies & Greek Goddess

by K.L. Romo

Having written more than 50 novels, Brenda Novak is an expert at pulling our romantic heartstrings. Read more…

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How Trump Killed My Taste for Profanity

by Abigail DeWitt

October 7, 2016: Donald Trump Pop Art Caricature Portrait Vector

The top critical Amazon review of my last novel, Dogs, laments that “there was unnecessary use of the ‘F’ word.” Read more…

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BookTrib Editors Dissect Goodreads Award Finalists

by Jim Alkon and Rebecca Proulx

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…and one of the most highly anticipated times for authors and readers in the Goodreads community. Read more… 

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Author P.J. Tracy Opens Up on Her First Solo Novel

by BookTrib

“Some secrets are worth killing for.” That’s the setup for the highly anticipated thriller, The Guilty Dead, (Crooked Lane Books) the first solo novel by Traci Lambrecht since the passing of her mother P.J. Lambrecht. Read more…

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Debut Authors Amy Brewer and Patty Carothers on Collaboration and Writing a Happy Ending

by Rachel Fogle DeSouza

Rarely nowadays do we find books in the Young Adult genre that aren’t filled with death, murder, bullying, depression, and more. Read more…

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Tall Poppy Review: “The Language of Sisters”

by Patti Callahan Henry

Sometimes we read a book and sometimes we disappear into another world. Keep reading…

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The Inspiration Behind Brae’s “Eight Goodbyes”

by Christine Brae

My stories have always been spurred by actual events. Eight Goodbyes is no different. Read more…

Thanks for following BookTrib and helping to keep books alive! Be sure to keep up with us in the new year for more fantastic stories on what we’re sure will be another outstanding year for books.

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