Hollywood History, Comedy Writers on Humor, Creative Crafting, & More | Arts & Humanities Reviews

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Foodies and celebrity watchers alike will be delighted by this walk through Hollywood drinking history, Sack’s collection is full of great moments, Werker provides a look at the internal voices that keep people from expressing their creativity

Lots of Debuts, Spies, Literary Suspense, & More | Fiction Reviews

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Bertino’s assured tale of music, mourning, and off-kilter romance entrances with its extraordinarily inventive language, Hurwitz has crafted another satisfying thriller, Carroll offers a fresh look at a scandalous chapter of history

A Raunchy Period Tale, Intense Zombies, Steamy Stories for Women | Erotica Reviews

Mastering the Marquess

A quick, quality read for bondage fans; a well-paced period tale; a fast-paced dystopian tale with equally intense sex scenes; a fantastic collection of distinct voices and a beautifully wide array of identities, pairings, and fetishes

Bob Fosse’s Masterpiece, Peter O’Toole’s Last Act, Halle Berry’s New Look, & More | Trailers: What’s Coming on DVD/Blu-ray

The Normal Heart

Fosse’s musical, lots of drama, and Cuarón’s Y tu Mamá También.

Bio of AA’s Bill Wilson, a New Season of Call the Midwife, Top Indie & Foreign Picks, & More | Video Reviews

Bill W.

A powerful production of the story of AA cofounder Bill W., fans will be delighted to reunite with the midwives and Anglican nuns of London’s East End, real-life Elvis impersonator John ­McInerny delivers a powerful performance

Sweterlitsch’s Debut of the Month, Jay Lake Obit, New Authors Nelson, Patel, & Schultz, & More | SF/Fantasy Reviews

Tomorrow and Tomorrow

The premise of Sweterlitsch’s debut novel is fascinating in its possibilities, emotionally rich story­telling is sure to win Hobb new fans, Schultz delivers a sterling urban fantasy debut with a great cast of characters

Rader-Day’s Debut of the Month, Lin’s Coming-of-Age Thriller, the Latest from Penny, Trow, plus Series Lineup, & More | Mystery Reviews

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Rader-Day captivates from page one with her psychologically attuned debut, Taiwan’s traditions play a major role in Lin’s category-defying thriller, Penny leaves series readers blinking back tears, Serafim’s plotting is methodical and traditional

Rainbow Rowell | Spotlight

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Q&A with LibraryReads top vote getter Rainbow Rowell

The Future of Food, Fiction from Mengestu, Priest, & Rowell, plus Memoir by Ward | Audio Reviews

Boneshaker

Barber’s Third Plate stands out as an essential book about food, Mengestu’s sad and harrowing tale of identity, responsibility, and love, a new dramatization that blends fantasy and steampunk into something very fun

Q&A: Cherie Priest

Cherie Priest

Cherie Priest’s “Clockwork Century” series is a classic of the steampunk genre. The first title in that series, Boneshaker, is available in a new, dramatized edition from Graphic Audio.

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