ThrillerFest VIII: What I Learned About Ebooks, Social Media, & Writing

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Though everyone sees ebooks as the future of publishing, we’re not there yet. That’s not a surprising conclusion, but the panelists at this year’s ThrillerFest VIII (July 10–13 in New York) grappled ably with the ramifications. Several panels—e.g., “What Are the New Rules of Digital Success?” and “What Are the New Rules of Social Media?”—addressed current changes head-on even as panelists acknowledged that change keeps happening.

Hot Reads in the Good Old Summertime: 20 Genre Fiction Pleasures

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What better way to enjoy a summer day than by diving into the pleasures of genre fiction? Here to help you find your next genre read are members of the American Library Association’s Reading List Council, who annually present their picks for the best in genre fiction. They found a crop of dark and chilling tales to contrast with the sunny weather outside as well as some fun beach reads. The eight genres the council currently considers include adrenaline titles (suspense, thrillers, and action adventure), fantasy, historical fiction, horror, mystery, romance, sf, and women’s fiction. The list below pairs each 2013 release with an older read-alike. Whether you choose one of the new books or one of the backlist read-alikes, you’re sure to find a perfect summer title.

A Suspenseful Summer: Ten Thrillers for the Hot Months Ahead | May 15, 2013

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Reviews of The Highway, Poppet, and The Abomination, plus a full listing of summer thrillers from the May 15 issue.

Mystery: Series Lineup | February 1, 2013

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The latest installments in ongoing mystery series

Friday Ebook Freebies from Our Reviewers!

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My reviewers are a talented bunch. When they are not reviewing books, they are writing them! Take Ron Terpening, a professor of Italian at the University of Arizona, Tucson. A fiction reviewer for more than ten years,  he also has published six adult and YA suspense novels as well as several academic tomes. Now two […]

Stephen King Wins 2012 ITW Thriller Award; Ebook, YA Awards Announced for 2013

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Stephen King Wins 2012 ITW Thriller Award; Ebook, YA Awards Announced for 2013

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, June 1, 2012

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Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, June 1, 2012

An Unholy Triumvirate—Time Travel, Car Theft & Bike Riding | Books for Dudes

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Books for Dudes: An Unholy Triumvirate‚ Time Travel, Car Theft & Bike Riding

Beantown Bids: Karin Slaughter’s Library Campaign Comes to Boston

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Beantown Bids: Karin Slaughter’s Library Campaign Comes to Boston

Books for Dudes: Killer Thrillers, Memoirs, and Performing Arts Biographies

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Books for Dudes: Killer Thrillers, Memoirs, and Performing Arts Biographies