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Interview with J. Kenner, author of 1001 Dark Nights’ ‘Hold Me’

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Watch our author video interview, “15 minutes with… J. Kenner,” now! Here, we discuss her latest release from 1001 Dark Nights, Hold Me, a Stark Ever After Novella. Want to know more about the world of Stark? Watch now and find out all you need to know — plus, what’s next for J. Kenner now and in 2018? You don’t want to miss this interview brought to you by Meryl Moss Media and BookTrib.com. My life with Damien has never been fuller. Every day is a miracle, and every night I lose myself in the oasis of his arms. But there are new challenges, too. Our families. Our careers. And new responsibilities that test us with unrelenting, unexpected trials. I know we will…

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The future of multiplatform digital books — its already here: Find Me, I’m Yours

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These days, media comes at us quickly and in such large quantities that we rarely are aware of how many articles, or lists, or videos we’ve consumed in a day. The Internet is changing culture everywhere, including how we watch television, gather news, and now, how we read books. A few years ago it was Kindle and the e-book that were taking the writing world by storm. But now we’re looking at an even more digital reading experience: the multi-media novel. Find Me I’m Yours, (Rosetta Books, 2014) by author, artist and digital innivator Hillary Carlip is one of the first of these new types of e-books. Called “A Click Lit Novel,” it blends words with videos, images, and links that…

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Has “New Adult” genre replaced “Chick Lit”?

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Fifteen years ago, everyone was talking about Chick Lit. It was the new big genre, and candy-colored books were flying off the shelves. Bridget Jones’s Diary, Confessions of a Shopaholic, anything by Jennifer Weiner – readers couldn’t get enough of the quirky heroines who awkwardly navigated love and careers. But these days it seems like bookstores are noticeably missing those familiar covers with large pink graphics and cartoon ladies clutching shopping bags and martinis. Not that Chick Lit has disappeared completely. Jennifer Weiner’s new book, All Fall Down, just came out last month, and Emily Giffin’s pastel-covered novels regularly hit the New York Times bestseller list. But where there used to be thousands of Chick Lit novels crowding every bookstore,…

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