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BookTrib Editors Dissect Goodreads Award Finalists

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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. The time has come to anxiously await the Goodreads voting results for the best books of the year, with the winners to be named on Dec. 4. BookTrib editors Rebecca Proulx and Jim Alkon examined the 16 finalists in 16 of the 20 categories, squared off, and cast their own votes on who they felt deserving of the 2018 Goodreads Choice Awards. Here we go: Fiction Rebecca: Nine Perfect Strangers (Flatiron Books) proves Liane Moriarty is still a reigning queen of drama. Nine individuals come to a remote health resort to seek healing in body and soul. The…

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Offerman + Mullally In “The Greatest Love Story Ever Told”

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In the whirring world of crazy TV production schedules, a constantly hungry public eye, and the normal pressures of married life, it’s a wonder any celebrity couple can keep their marriage intact. “Parks and Recreation” star Nick Offerman and “Will & Grace” star Megan Mullally have been together for 20 years and married for 15. How did such an amazing match come to be, and what is their secret for success? The Greatest Love Story Ever Told (Dutton) has the answers for you. This book is a collection of conversations between the two stars on topics ranging from family backgrounds, their past relationships and current marriage, reflections on fame and much more. In their own candid and comic ways the two relay…

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Fargo: The Best TV Show You Aren’t Watching

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It may have been easy to miss the Season 2 premiere of FX’s Fargo this past Monday. In a slew of other hotly anticipated autumn premieres over the past two weeks, like The Walking Dead, American Horror Story: Hotel, and Arrow, FX’s anthology series based on the Coen Brothers film of the same name may have snuck by unnoticed. However, a show as utterly flawless as Fargo deserves not only your weekly attention, but your love, your theorizing and every Emmy. Seriously, every single Emmy. There are a few special elements that set Fargo apart from its fall competition. For one, the simple, yet sharp, writing is so darkly hilarious that watching it actually makes you feel smarter. Secondly, there’s…

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