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ITW Debut Author Christina Kovac Talks ‘The Cutaway’ and Author Inspiration

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ThrillerFest 2017 Debut Author Christina Kovac The Cutaway

Meet ThrillerFest 2017 debut author Christina Kovac. Read on as she tells us all about her new thriller, The Cutaway, and which author she turned to for guidance when it came to her writing! BookTrib: If you were on death row, what would be your last read? Why?  Christina Kovac: If I found myself on death row, I’d probably read the Bible. You know, to hedge my bets. Or The Stranger by Camus. Just to feel less lonely about it. But it terrifies me, even thinking about it. (Maybe I should write about it). BT: If you were going to kill off your protagonist what method would you use? Why? CK: I’m not sure what method—probably gunfire, as most women…

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Talking Georgia Clark’s ‘The Regulars’: What’s So Bad about Being…Regular?

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Let’s face it, being a girl is hard. Deciding what to wear and then if that clothing fits your apple or pear body shape is not always enjoyable. Answering the question: do I have too much makeup on or not enough, is typically a rhetorical question, because is there ever really an answer? The list goes on and on. In a world where we are told to “just be ourselves,” there sure seems to be a lot of pressure on us ladies, from the “pretty” Snapchat filter to our Instagram news feeds filled with selfies of contouring celebrities, it’s no wonder where Georgia Clark found her inspiration for her latest witty and sexy novel, The Regulars (Emily Bestler Books, August 2, 2016). In Clark’s debut in adult fiction, Evie,…

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Summer Reading Extravaganza: WIN 15 Fabulous Books!

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Do we really need an excuse to give away a big pile of books? We definitely do not! So since we’re overflowing with books in the BookTrib office, we wanted to share the wealth and keep your summer reading going strong. From Young Adult, to thriller, to historical romance and everything in between we’ve got you covered! So ENTER HERE to WIN this awesome pile of books!                                                     ENTER TO WIN!

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2016 Book-To-Movie Adaptations that Lived Up to its Literary Counterpart

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You know the saying, “never judge a book by its cover?” Well, I’m going to shake it up a bit and throw this one out to you: how about never judge a book by its movie adaptation. For most people, the book is almost always better than the movie—typically you prefer to read a book before seeing the story in its movie form and that’s usually the case for most movie goers. But, every so often you stumble upon some hidden gems in the entertainment world that don’t totally screw up its literary counterpart. They’re just as good, if not better, than the book it’s based off of. Now, I’m not saying that every single movie on this list knocked it…

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