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Video: Missed It? Interview with Pam Jenoff, Author of The Winter Guest

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THE WINTER GUEST A stirring novel of first love in a time of war and the unbearable choices that could tear sisters apart, from the celebrated author of The Kommandant’s Girl. Life is a constant struggle for the eighteen-year-old Nowak twins as they raise their three younger siblings in rural Poland under the shadow of the Nazi occupation. The constant threat of arrest has made everyone in their village a spy, and turned neighbor against neighbor. Though rugged, independent Helena and pretty, gentle Ruth couldn’t be more different, they are staunch allies in protecting their family from the threats the war brings closer to their doorstep with each passing day. Then Helena discovers an American paratrooper stranded outside their small…

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Live Interview with Laura Caldwell, Author of The Dog Park – Special Promo for your dog!

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Special offers brought to you by Share a funny story about your dog in the  comments area below to enter to win this cool  box of dog swag:   Enjoy The Dog Park in eBook format provided by bookshout! at a special discount for BookTrib members. This discount is available for a limited time. You can access your eBook on the web, from your smartphone or tablet.  For a direct link,  text BOOKTRIB  to 67076.Texting is within the US only.  THE DOG PARK A couple’s best friend?  Stylist Jessica Champlin knows it takes more than a darling goldendoodle to save a marriage. She and her ex-husband, investigative journalist Sebastian Hess, had too many irreconcilable differences for even their beloved dog, Baxter, to heal. So…

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Dr. WHO infographic for novices

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About the artist: Risa (ree-sah) Rodil is a 21 y/o designer, illustrator and nerdfighter and she fangirls over a lot of things. Her type of art revolves around brightly colored typography and retro illustrations. Click here to check out her fabulous work on tumbler. Click here to go straight to her Dr. Who merchandise.

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The Susan Mallery Fool’s Gold Spa Kit giveaway

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Let’s face it—anyone who has ever read a Fool’s Gold romance by Susan Mallery wishes they could travel to the fictional town of happy endings for real. Sadly, while you cannot vacation in the town filled with blossoming romances and friendly neighbors, you can still have your own mini vacation-in-a-bag with Susan’s Fool’s Gold Spa kit. Treat yourself to the luxurious Bliss beauty products and Fool’s Gold goodies inside and close your eyes and it’s easy to transport yourself into the latest book, Until We Touch, with romance skeptic Jack McGarry and the girl who wants to win his heart, Larissa Owens. Enter to win your mental vacation to Fool’s Gold by clicking below—you deserve it The Susan Mallery Fool’s…

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Have a nice guilt trip — where would you go?

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Mother-daughter author team @Lisa Scottoline and @Francesca Serritella have a new essay collection just out called HAVE A NICE GUILT TRIP. Lucky for you we have a copy of this book–plus their FOUR previous books–to give away to one lucky winner. (Yes, the winner gets all five books!) TO ENTER TO WIN all five book just comment below to let us know the  name of the place you would like to sneak off to if you could manage a solo summer getaway. We’ll pick one winner at random at noon on FRIDAY August 15, 2014.      You can also enter to win this awesome “Guilt Trip Giveaway” prize pack worth more than $1,000!  CLICK HERE to visit Lisa’s website…

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Ten awesome literary-themed wedding cakes

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Now that summer is in full swing, so is wedding season. You can’t even open up Facebook these days without getting bombarded by pictures of white dresses and perfectly tiered cakes. Well—maybe not totally perfect. Because why would you pick a traditional wedding cake when you can have one with golden snitches or Hobbits hanging out in the Shire? Maybe we’re just a little nerdy here at BookTrib (OK, a lot nerdy), but we all agree that wedding cakes are infinitely better when they’re book themed.   Don’t believe us? Here are 10 awesome literary wedding cakes that just might change your mind:   1. Jane Austen   The classiest lady in history certainly deserves a classy cake. Love how…

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Video: Missed It? Interview with Kyle Walters and The New Adventures of Peter + Wendy

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Kyle Walters – PETER PAN Kyle is an actor, artist, web designer, reader of comic books and a generally nice and goofy dude.  This summer, Kyle played Edward Denham in the web series “Welcome to Sanditon” (here’s a link to one of his favorite episodes).  He’s also performed in numerous indie features, new media project and plays.  You can check him out on IMDb or at his website www.kylewalters.com.  His Illustrations have been printed at threadless and at society6.com. About The New Adventures of Peter + Wendy It’s a modern adaptation of the timeless novel “Peter and Wendy”, by J.M. Barrie.  Coming May 9th, it will be told in a twice-weekly web series consisting of a 24 episode season one with some interactive transmedia elements…

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Brian McGreevy shares an excerpt from Hemlock Grove

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”It takes a rare stroke of genius to reconfigure the gothic novel within the postindustrial barrens of steel country and another entirely to upstage this conceit with a mythic and ambitious story of adolescence and alienation. Like a collaboration between Edgar Allan Poe and J. D. Salinger, this is a real emerging talent.” –Philipp Meyer, American fiction writer, author of American Rust ”In screenwriter McGreevy’s smartly constructed debut novel . . . McGreevy cleverly contemporizes the gothic novel, underlining the isolations of modern-day technology and adolescence in this engaging, though occasionally affected, literary horror novel.” —Publishers Weekly Nothing Weird About It Excerpted from Hemlock Grove: A Novel by Brian McGreevy And remember: the flesh is as sacred as it is profane. I…

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Patti Callahan Henry shares an excerpt from The Stories We Tell

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From Booklist: Eve Morrison owns a successful letterpress studio known for a greeting card line she and her sister, Willa, devised while growing up in a fundamentalist household. Her marriage to old-money southern gentleman Teddy is already under stress, but the tension ratchets up unbearably when Teddy is involved in a car accident in which Willa is seriously injured. Eve can’t figure out what actually happened that night. Is Teddy having an affair? Were the two involved in the death of a homeless man? Was Willa, a recovering alcoholic, drinking? Henry paints an intriguing portrait of a woman surrounded by people who may have something to hide. Eventually, Eve is forced to recognize and face the problems in her marriage…

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Presenting final week of International Thriller Writers Debut Authors Class of 2014

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We’re excited to introduce the International Thriller Writers Debut Author Program where you’ll meet the stars of tomorrow from the Class of 2014. Each week, beginning June 13 and running until July 11, BookTrib members will have a chance to win a copy of these adrenaline-pumping new releases. Meet the next four members of the class!   A KILLING AT COTTON HILL by Terry Shames “Readers will want to see more of the likable main character, who compassionately but relentlessly sifts the evidence. Convincing small town atmosphere and a vivid supporting cast are a plus.” —Publishers Weekly “Shames’ novel is an amazing read. The poetic, literary quality of the writing draws you in…” —RT Book Review The chief of police of Jarrett…

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10th Annual Write a DearReader Contest

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Dear Reader, You don’t have to be a writer to enter this year’s Write a DearReader Contest, because it’s all about writing for fun. Write about the day you wore your T-shirt inside out until some kind soul pointed it out to you. Tell us about the stray cat or dog you found curled up on your front porch and how it was love at first sight. Write about your favorite aunt, a bizarre and whimsical woman who vacuums her living room in the buff. Describe the overwhelming love in your heart when you held your first grandchild, or write about your fear of writing—but start writing about something—because it’s time to enter our tenth annual Write a DearReader Contest. Have fun!…

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Video: Missed It? Interview with Rachel Carter, Author of Find Me Where the Water Ends

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FIND ME WHERE THE WATER ENDS The conspiracy theories, romance, and compelling “What if?” questions of the So Close to You series build to a satisfying end, making Find Me Where the Water Ends the perfect fit for teen fans of light science fiction like The Time Traveler’s Wife. It’s Lydia’s last chance to stop the Montauk Project . . . or else be lost in time forever. Lydia has been trained into a person she might have once feared: focused, fierce, deadly. Although she never wanted the life of a Montauk Project recruit, the Project has captured someone she loves—someone she’ll do anything to save. Then Lydia glimpses a world in which the Montauk Project never existed. The Project has taken so…

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Video: Missed It? Interview with Phoebe Baker Hyde and The Beauty Experiment

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I looked at my reflection and despaired. As an exhausted young mother I felt ugly and saw that a new dress or face cream would never help. I was at risk of passing on a habit of feeling miserable about my looks to my baby girl—if nothing changed. Soon afterward Phoebe Baker Hyde made a vow: to give up new clothes, makeup, haircuts, and jewelry in hopes of revealing something she had always paid lip service to but never quite believed in—her inner beauty. The Beauty Experiment chronicles Hyde’s quest for self-acceptance in nothing but her own skin. In thoughtful, exquisite prose, Hyde holds up a mirror to all women and shows how perfectionism can keep us from achieving what…

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Presenting week three of the ITW Class of 2014 Debut Thrillers

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We’re excited to introduce the International Thriller Writers Debut Author Program where you’ll meet the stars of tomorrow from the Class of 2014. Each week, beginning June 13 and running until July 11, BookTrib members will have a chance to win a copy of these adrenaline-pumping new releases. Meet the next four members of the class!   DOING HARM by Kelly Parsons “A twist worthy of a surgical knot. Flawed characters standing on moral pedestals. Insight into the world of medicine and the ambitious geniuses who make life and death decisions.  Doing Harm is more faction than fiction, presenting a world so close to our own that you find yourself second guessing the characters as if they’re sitting next to you. Repeatedly,…

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Video: Missed It? Interview with John Dixon, Author of Phoenix Island

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Phoenix Island The inspiration for the CBS TV show Intelligence—a thrilling adventure that’s “Lord of the Flies meets Wolverine and Cool Hand Luke” (F. Paul Wilson, creator of Repairman Jack). The judge told Carl that one day he’d have to decide exactly what kind of person he would become. But on Phoenix Island, the choice will be made for him. A champion boxer with a sharp hook and a short temper, sixteen-year-old Carl Freeman has been shuffled from foster home to foster home. He can’t seem to stay out of trouble—using his fists to defend weaker classmates from bullies. His latest incident sends his opponent to the emergency room, and now the court is sending Carl to the worst place on earth: Phoenix Island. …

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Live Interview with Maisey Yates, Author of AVENGE ME

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  AVENGE ME Book One in the Fifth Avenue Trilogy Austin Treffen was too intoxicated by all the power to care. To truly hear Sarah and the weight behind her words. He was blind to her extreme stress and sadness that resulted from working for his father’s demanding law firm. No, he was too focused on himself. And why not? Life had always been there to serve him. He had it all, he had it easy. His family name was everything and he traded on it. Like father like son and all. Then Sarah had thrown herself off a building. Rumors begin to swirl that Austin’s father Jason Treffen might not be the saint that others imagined him to be.…

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