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Derek Rydall

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AUTHORS Derek Rydall Genre: Self Help Motivational Personal TransformationNew Age Spirituality DEREK RYDALL, one of a new generation of spiritual visionaries and thought leaders, is an Amazon/Barnes & Noble #1 bestselling author of EMERGENCE: Seven Steps for Radical Life Change (Atria/Beyond Words; 2015). This book revealed the revolutionary principle, the Law of Emergence, showing people how to tap into the pattern of perfection in any area of their life and create the right conditions for it to unfold. In his new book, THE ABUNDANCE PROJECT: 40 Days to More Wealth, Health, Love, and Happiness (Atria/Beyond Words; February 20, 2018; $24), Derek presents a time-tested system for activating the Abundance Principle, which sets you free from the belief that outer conditions…

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David Plante

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AUTHORS David Plante Genre: Memoirs, Diaries, Fiction BOOKS: The Ghost of Henry James (1970) Slides (novel) (1971) Relatives (novel) (1972) The Darkness of the Body (1974) Figures in Bright Air (1976) The Family (1978) The Country (1980) The Woods (1982) Difficult Women (1983) The Foreigner (1984) The Catholic (1986) My Mother’s Pearl Necklace (1987) The Native (1987) The Accident (1991) Annunciation (1994) Prayer (1998) The Age of Terror (1999) American Ghosts (2005) ABC (2007) The Pure Lover (2009)Becoming a Londoner : a diary (2013) Worlds Apart: a memoir (2015)Difficult WomenAmerican Stranger Biggest literary influencers:Perhaps the biggest influence on me was Rachel Ingalls, when we were young and both starting out as writers and talked about writers we admired, among them Ernest Hemingway. Rachel developed her style to be as clear as water and yet with a deep movement in the water. I have…

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Charles Langley

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AUTHORS Charles Langley Genre: Literary non-fiction CHARLES LANGLEY is the former news editor at the London Evening Standard, Europe’s best-selling evening newspaper. Raised in England, he set out across the United States in 2003 to drive from Florida to California but wound up on a Navajo reservation in Arizona. At a peyote medicine ceremony he met a shaman named Blue Horse. After earning a degree in anthropology at the University of New Mexico in 2007, he became Blue Horse’s apprentice and began compiling an archive on the workings of Navajo traditional medicine. Langley and his wife, nuclear physicist Andrea Palounek, live in New Mexico. Visit https://www.amazon.com/Spirit-Land-Diaries-Charles-Witchcraft-ebook/dp/B078NJTMQ9 BOOKS: Biggest literary influencers:Piers Plowman (William Langland), John Bunyan, Dylan Thomas Last book read:The Square…

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Bina Shah

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AUTHORS Bina Shah Genre: World Lit Historical Fiction Contemporary FictionDystopia BOOKS: A Season for Martyrs  Slum Child Before She Sleeps Coverage Of The Author: Testimonials: “Riveting and articulate, A Season for Martyrs by Pakistani journalist Bina Shah is the author’s debut novel for an American readership and clearly denotes her ability to deftly craft and complex story of suspenseful twists and unexpected turns that holds the reader’s total attention from beginning to end. Very highly recommended for personal reading lists.” —Buzzfeed, “10 Amazing Female Novelists Under 50” “History and memory have long fingers that reach into the present and beyond and in A Season for Martyrs Shah’s characters navigate that tenuous space between worlds beautifully.” – The Toronto Review of Books “With…

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Steve Berry

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AUTHORS Steve Berry Genre: Thriller, Suspense The Amber Room The Romanov Prophecy The Third Secret The Templar Legacy The Alexandria Link The Venetian Betrayal The Charlemagne Pursuit The Paris Vendetta The Emperor’s Tomb The Jefferson Key The Columbus Affair The King’s Deception The Lincoln Myth The Patriot Threat The 14th Colony The Lost Order The Bishop’s Pawn

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Sally Koslow on Fitzgerald’s Love Affair with Sheilah Graham in Her New Book, “Another Side of Paradise”

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It is always intriguing when an author shifts genres and offers us something very different – especially when the latest project captures our attention immediately and we declare ourselves followers of the writer. Sally Koslow, having written popular novels including The Late, Lamented Molly Marx, The Widow Waltz and Little Pink Slips that take place in real time, falls into this category. With the release of her first historical fiction novel Another Side of Paradise, Koslow engages her readers, drawing us into a memorable time in America for romance and female agency. From the moment we open this new work, we are transported into the life of Sheilah Graham, a woman born into poverty in England at the turn of the 20th…

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Art Teacher in Peril in Kelli Clare’s Debut Novel “Hidden”

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BookTrib is partnering with Bookish to bring you more great content. Can’t decide whether you want your next book to be a romance or a thriller? Never fear: If you pick up Kelli Clare’s debut novel Hidden, you don’t have to choose. This romantic suspense novel follows an art teacher named Ellie James who realizes that her life is in danger. A handsome stranger named Will Hastings appears and claims he will protect her from a bloodthirsty group named the Order, but will his help be enough? To celebrate this book’s June 5 release, check out this exclusive excerpt from the fourth chapter of Hidden. I pounded the side of my fist on the door frame. The police believed we were missing—we’d have to skip the funeral. Not…

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Sam Hooker’s “Peril in the Old Country” Is The Perfect, Dark Comedy Escape

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Rare is the author that writes like Sam Hooker. His latest book, Peril in the Old Country, draws the reader into a kaleidoscope of absurdist humor, stunning imagery, and a fantastical plot. Hooker is an expert when it comes to dark humor, and it clearly shows. In a land where rules are everything – also known as the Old Country – Sloot Peril is an accountant who’s really just trying to do the best he can and stay in the realm of mediocrity for as long as possible. That, unfortunately for him, is now what happens. Instead, he fixes an accounting error, gets invited to a high-class dinner party he doesn’t belong at, and finds out that he’s actually from…

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Blame It On Bianca Del Rio: The Drag Queen Says It All

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If you’ve never heard of RuPaul’s Drag Race, you’ve been living under a rock. Roy Haylock, also known as Bianca Del Rio, is the comedian and drag queen who not only won the sixth season of Drag Race, but has starred in several feature films (Hurricane Bianca: From Russia With Hate just came out), television series, and is now embarking on a third solo comedy tour that’s going all over the world. In addition to all of that, Bianca Del Rio also has a new advice book, Blame It On Bianca Del Rio: The Expert On Nothing, With An Opinion On Everything.  The book is divided into different categories, so readers will get to read the insane questions she gets asked and responds to…

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Tall Poppies Review: Sonja Yoerg’s “House Broken” Tackles Tough Issues With Wit and Layers

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Veterinarian Geneva Novak relates better to animals than humans. Maybe not that surprising once we meet her dysfunctional family. When her mother is injured in an alcohol-fueled accident, Geneva’s husband convinces her that taking mom in, is the opportunity to repair their relationship. Toss in two teenagers with their own set of issues, a slew of family secrets and complicated sibling relationships and you have the ingredients for a perfect familial explosion. Sonja Yoerg tackles tough issues in this book with an unsentimental and unapologetic honesty. Her wicked wit and effortless writing lift this fractured family from the pages and into your heart. Told from the point-of-view of three characters and three generations, we’re drawn into the complexities of families…

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Jon’s Picks: 6 New Thrillers to See You Into Summer

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Having already rocketed to the top tier of action thriller writers, Matthew Betley makes a bid for the highest slot with Field of Valor (Atria, May 22). Betley adds a chilling political, Ludlum-esque direction to his proven skills, pitting series hero Logan West against a sinister, secretive cabal behind a massive global conspiracy. At its heart is a plot to wage geo-economic war intended to pit China and the U.S. against each other in a no-holds-barred battle. Of course, dollars signs and decimal points often lead to bullets and bombs, and it’s up to West to preempt the seemingly inevitable catastrophe. Like Brad Taylor, former marine Betley has lived in the world his work encompasses and, beyond that, his storytelling…

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Part One: BookTrib Q&A with Bestselling Author Lisa Gardner

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There’s something great about reading the next book in a series – it’s like an exciting new adventure with an old friend. You know all their secrets, passions and dreams; and, even though some time has passed since you were last together, when you open that book cover it’s as though you’d never been apart. This is what bestselling author Lisa Gardner accomplishes in her Detective D.D. Warren series: she has made it her specialty to take us to places we never thought we’d go. Look For Me, sees the return of both beloved Detective D.D. Warren and Flora Dane, the victim-turned-vigilante from Find Her and takes them on a case involving the brutal deaths of an entire family, with one teenager missing. It may…

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“Survivors Guide to Prison” Director Matthew Cooke

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Matthew Cooke, whose credits include ‘How to Make Money Selling Drugs’, ‘Confinement,’ and ‘Deliver Us From Evil,’ talks to Sean Tuohy about his latest documentary “Survivors Guide to Prison.” To learn more about Matthew Cooke, like his Facebook page or follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Also watch the trailer for “Survivors Guide to Prison.” Sign up NOW for exclusive BookTrib news, interviews and giveaways!

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Writer’s Bone: My Old Faithful Author Yang Huang

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In 2013, Sean Tuohy met Daniel Ford at a Halloween party and they immediately hit it off. The Writer’s Bone podcast wasn’t born on that exact night, but they were able to discuss some of their favorite things like writing, screenwriting, books, movies, comedy, and comic books. Daniel and Sean feel that they are in the middle of something very big and wonderful and BookTrib is happy to be a partner in this endeavor.  Author Yang Huang talks to Daniel Ford about her short story collection My Old Faithful. To learn more about Yang Huang, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter @yangwrites. Join the author for a book launch party! On April 10th at The Bindery in San Francisco, from 7:30…

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‘Shallow Graves’ Author on a Case That Haunted Her

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In 2013, Sean Tuohy met Daniel Ford at a Halloween party and they immediately hit it off. The Writer’s Bone podcast wasn’t born on that exact night, but they were able to discuss some of their favorite things like writing, screenwriting, books, movies, comedy, and comic books. Daniel and Sean feel that they are in the middle of something very big and wonderful and BookTrib is happy to be a partner in this endeavor.  Maureen Boyle, author of Shallow Graves: The Hunt For The New Bedford Serial Killer, talks to Daniel Ford about writing and researching a case that has haunted her and the killer’s victims. To learn more about Maureen Boyle, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter @MaureenEBoyle1. Want more…

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WWII Drama, the Romanov Family and a Deadly Mystery

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Dear Reader, The Silent Woman takes place during the summer of 1937. King Edward had abdicated to marry Wallis Simpson, and Adolf Hitler was building planes and conscripting an army—in violation of the Treaty of Versailles—with barely a hint of this activity being reported in the newspapers. England was headed to war, but her citizens didn’t know it. An interesting time, indeed! My hope is The Silent Woman will transport you back to this tumultuous time for Britain and for the world. I’m giving away five copies of The Silent Woman.   Write to me at [email protected] for a chance to win. Please mention Author Buzz Contest in the subject line. The Silent Woman Dear Reader, Did one of the…

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