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BookTrib Presents ThrillerFest 2017 Debut Author: Sheila Sobel

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ThrillerFest 2017 Sheila Sobel COLOR BLIND

Sheila Sobel is today’s featured ThrillerFest 2017 debut author. Read on to see how she answered our quirky questions about her new book Color Blind. BookTrib: If you were on death row, what would be your last read? And why? Sheila Sobel: If I were to ever find myself on death row, I would be reading the galleys for the book I had written while serving out my time, Life after Death. All proceeds would of course be donated to the Innocence Project to assist in the defense of the wrongly convicted. BT: If you were going to kill off your protagonist what method would you use?  And why? SS: If I were to kill off my protagonist, my new protagonist would…

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Wild for Ampersands: 9 Fab Books Sporting the Stylish Symbol in the Title

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If I had to pick a favorite grammatical symbol, it would definitely be an ampersand. It’s all curves and swooping lines, and it’s just as fun to write as it is to say. Look at this little guy and tell me you’re not in love: & When an ampersand is added to a book title, it instantly lends a certain panache to any novel. The title suddenly flows, making those books using the word ‘and’ seem needlessly long. While it’s not quite as common to see ampersands in titles as of late, a few authors are still holding onto the trend (bless their hearts!). Plus, there are always the classics to refer back to again and again. Here are nine awesome books that…

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I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghost — Except for Spooky Ones in Books!

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“If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!” On June 8, 1984 the world was introduced to the supernatural comedy known as Ghostbusters. I can still remember my favorite scene of the green blob-slob, Slimer, shoveling a tray of room service sweets down his gullet and onto the floor. But the most important part of the film is the cast, the classic comedy crew of Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson and Sigourney Weaver just to name a few. Jump forward 30 years and now we find ourselves with a new team of ghost exterminators: Leslie Jones, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon lead the pack, shall we say gracefully? This movie may seem…

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The Top 10 March Books We’re Dying to Devour

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March is that in-between month where it’s SO close to spring we can taste it, but the possibility of snow and frigid air threatens to keep us curled up inside under a blanket a little bit longer. The good news? That just means we can continue to add to our bookshelf without feeling bad about not being outside. But with e-books, hardcover releases, paperbacks and indie reads, sometimes finding a good new book can be overwhelming. Don’t worry, we’ve done the work for you and picked out the upcoming titles this month that you’re going to want to get our hands on. Here are 10 March releases any reader should definitely be watching out for: Lady Midnight: The Dark Artifices, Cassandra Clare (Simon Teen,…

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