"Why publishers are preparing to federate

"Why publishers are preparing to federate their sites"

PS: When will start to do this For them, it would be all gain, no loss, whether or not their works were .

I might not follow a , since too many of its works would fall outside my areas of interest. But I would definitely follow and series. I'd also follow .

"Gardening for the Birds" (1998)
Thomas G. Barnes

I've had my eye on this book for quite some time and finally managed to get hold of a copy. I can't wait to dip into this. Though my bulging bookcases might not be happy about yet another tome weighing them down!

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I can really recommend the book "Excellent Advice for Living" by Kevin Kelly. Even more when your are below 30. Bying on Kindle is a no-brainer. And there is already a free bonus:

Interesting from Nick Lane. It is not about the transformers used in GPTs and LLMs, but about the Krebs cycle in and what it has to do with . Did you know that the cycle can run forward and backwards Fascinating.

How To Read ANY book in Just 7 Days

In this video I show you how to read any book in just one week. I then go on to give you some of my best reading tips to helped you stay focused and actually accomplish your reading goals.

length: nine minutes and forty seven seconds.

- Wenn sich unter deinen Fingerngeln kein Dreck findet, dann bist du selbstverstndlich ein Schnling oder frher ein Dandy.

So wie wir in unserer aktuellen Episode:

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find GREAT books!

Buenos das a todos,
Hoy estar firmando libros de la en la de Madrid, a partir de las 11:00 horas por si alguno de los amantes de la literatura de fantasa es de por all y quiere pasarse a saludar.

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The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner

52% into this novel and I am struggling but I am not at the same time. I just need someone to stop describing EVERYTHING

Was it necessary to describe how to do a google search on a phone

"The Spirit of Carnival" (2004)
David Danow

STUMBLING TOWARD ENLIGHTENMENT in Seoul: university friends now in their thirties find heartbreak and lesser forms of anomie in this eloquent, multivocal experimental novel rich with details of life in todays South Korea. B PLUS

Here's my review of 'The Last Chronicle of Barset' by Anthony Trollope from my regular newsletter 'Through the Biblioscope':

This was chosen at random from the 199 reviews I've published so far. More with every issue.

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Emergency Skin (Forward Collection), N.K.Jemisin


Listening to audiobook WHAT HAVE WE HERE PORTRAITS OF A LIFE (2024) - Billy Dee Williams (read by the author)

The Lepidoptera of Ceylon by Moore, Frederic, 1830-1907

As kids, we were exposed to Dickens' works, but it failed to captivate us completely. The constant display of humanity in his stories quickly started to annoy me.

Shakespeare and Language: A Reading List

length: three minutes.

Richard Bourke - Hegels World Revolutions

A conversation with Richard Bourke about his recent book Hegels World Revolutions (Princeton University Press).

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Need a hot fast paced read for the steamy holiday weekend Love sexy wolf shifters and the intelligent women that adore them Enjoy shifters versus vampires The grab a copy of the Taken -

Exciting news for all lovers! Check out Librivox, a fantastic platform that provides audiobooks of public domain literature. Dive into classic and more, all narrated by from around the globe. Explore the power of storytelling today!

The Daily Heller: When The Joy of Cooking Slayed Dragons
Feat.: The Joy of Cooking: A Compilation of Reliable Recipes With a Casual Culinary Chat - Irma S. Rombauer + Marion Rombauer Becker
by thedailyheller at printmag

Hi! Heres an awesome new romantic comedy called A HELPING HAND FOR THE VILLAGE NURSE by Tilly Tennant is available now and it is the 1st book in the Village Nurse series!

Very disappointed with publisher today. I was going to back their new of Hitchhiker's TV scripts. But on going to the website today - which has upgraded, and needed me to reactivate my account - I found all my past fulfilled orders no longer in my Unbound account, inc all . Only unfulfilled orders are showing. Unbound now deliver ebooks only via proprietary app Glassboxx which is poor wise. I will buy this book, but not via Unbound.

A young girl learns of her grandmother and great-aunts involvement in the Dutch Resistance during World War II in this heartbreaking middle grade story of family, history, resilience, and hope from acclaimed author Liz Kessler.

Front door ... 1132 Royal Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans from my book with that name - The French Quarter of New Orleans -

"Mark of the Beast" (1989)
Alfredo Bonadeo

Few things as urgent right now as neutering a rogue .

The Religious Case Against Belief

Today's review! Mountainroot by M.A.B. Wyman:

"Wymans writing is beautiful and evocative. We can see, hear and practically taste everything on Genshais adventure, which is the heart of the tale... A strong, unique epic fantasy tale that knows where its going and makes you root for its characters while sometimes scaring the bejeezus out of you. Highly recommended."


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Adrian Tchaikovsky

An homage to Narnia, seemingly written during peak covid. I've always been more interested in Isekai mechanics and practicalities than the fantasy worlds themselves. There was enough of that here to hold me.

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Jae has written on Facebook:

"Consent is sexy, so this week's Sapphic Book Bingo features sapphic books with explicit consent":

After my last , I bought a new book, and it was good. Damn good.
So good that I bought the next two in the trilogy and spent March, April and most of May lost in Revelation Space.
Should be a TV series!

Not quite Iain M Banks, but more than good enough for me.

Time to return to re-reading books of my shelves. Although I'm not sure what... (time for a poll!)

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