10 Things More Likely To Happen Than Winning the...
riverheadbooks: newsweek: 1. Death by Vending Machine 2. Dying in an Airline-Related Terrorist Attack 3. Having Identical Quadruplets 4. Becoming President 5. Dying From Bee, Hornet, or Wasp Stings 6. Dying From Being Left-Handed 7. Becoming a Movie Star 8. Dying in a Plane Crash 9. Death by Flesh-Eating Bacteria 10. Getting Struck by Lightning And yet, we keep buying tickets. This...
Lionel Shriver's Comedy of Terrorism - Studio 360 →
Lionel Shriver on NPR’s @Studio360Show
Jennifer Wilson, author of Running Away to Home,... →
@DylanRatigan on why oil wars are bad for America →
Inkwell bestsellers for 4/1/12
Sophie Kinsella / I’VE GOT YOUR NUMBER - #17 hardcover fiction; #28 ebook fiction Susan Cain / QUIET - #8 hardcover non-fiction; #14 ebook non-fiction Kaui Hart Hemmings / THE DESCENDANTS - #22 trade paperback fiction Mark Hyman / THE BLOOD SUGAR SOLUTION - #2 hardcover advice Dave Chang / LUCKY PEACH ISSUE 3 - #11 paperback advice Markus Zusak / THE BOOK THIEF - #2 paperback young adult
The Meryl Streep Movie Club in Page Six!
comicsispeople: COMING in June, the debut novel summer paperback from Mia March: “The Meryl Streep Movie Club.” Every Friday being Movie Night, three estranged relatives — two sisters and a cousin — on Maine’s coast watch the house matriarch’s favorite actress. Streep. And heartfelt discussions of “Out of Africa,” “The Bridges of Madison County,” “Mamma Mia!” make them rediscover who they really...
@BillyParish and @DevAujla on the @DylanRatigan show.
Booklist review of David Vann's Dirt
“Multi-award winner Vann writes undeniably powerful prose, whether he is blithely satirizing transcendental meditation or meticulously detailing Galen’s descent into madness. Reading like an especially visceral psychological horror novel, this is not for the faint of heart.” -Booklist On sale April 24th.
Storm Large on the Rosie Show! @Stormof69
@SusanCain in Management Today UK →
Lionel Shriver deftly handles terrorism, politics... →
Why Don’t We Have Moving Sidewalks for City... →
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It is worth being shot at to see how much one is loved.– Queen Victoria, 1882. (via shootingvictoria)
Liesl Schillinger reviews Lionel Shriver's The New... →
@TrendHunter interview with @ChipConley →
Publishers Weekly on Alpha by Greg Rucka
“Pulse pounding…Rucka mixes suspense and an alarmingly realistic plot with ease.” On sale May 22.
Wael @Ghonim on Conversations at @KCTS9
Publishers Weekly review of Karma by Carly...
“Bestseller Phillips rounds out her sexy trio of contemporary romances set in Serendipity, N.Y. (after Serendipity and Destiny) with another well-crafted tale. Excellent writing, deft plotting, believable situations, and a satisfying romance add up to a winner.” On sale May 1, 2012.
@MarkHymanMD on @DailyBeastTV
Someone needs to tell those tales. When the battles are fought and won and lost,...– from Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus (via forwhenifeellikesharing)
L.A. Times review of The New Republic by Lionel...
“Shriver is an incisive social satirist with a clear grip on the ironies of our contemporary age. Her take on journalism and international politics is wry, insightful and just over the top enough to be fun.” -Carolyn Kellogg, The Los Angeles Times
Alice Waters on True Food by Andrew Weil (Little,...
“Andrew Weil knows how to bring people into a new relationship to food: If you eat simply and deliciously with family and friends, using local, organic ingredients in season, the natural outcome will be good health for the rest of your life.”
Stanford Magazine →
@BrianEule in the Stanford magazine
Kirkus review of Experiment 11 by Peter Pringle
“A gripping account of academic politics and the birth of the pharmaceutical industry.”
InkWell New York Times bestsellers for 3/25/2012
Sophie Kinsella / I’VE GOT YOUR NUMBER - #16 hardcover fiction Erin Morgenstern / THE NIGHT CIRCUS - #35 hardcover fiction Susan Cain / QUIET - #5 hardcover non-fiction Kaui Hart Hemmings / THE DESCENDANTS - #15 trade paperback fiction Mark Hyman / THE BLOOD SUGAR SOLUTION - #1 hardcover advice Markus Zusak / THE BOOK THIEF - #2 paperback young adult
@NoReservations on @turntablefm streaming live!
Thursday, March 29th: don’t miss Karen Karbo at the New York Public Library
Praise for Try the Morgue by Eva Maria Staal
“A wry, clever, suspenseful tale told with style and panache that had me turning pages as quickly as my fingers permitted. -Christopher Reich, author of Rules of Betrayal
Lionel Shriver talks about Kevin →