Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

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  This week, love seems to be a theme in most of the books we see in our new arrivals. Even though they are not all romances, whether it’s familial love or relationship love most of them deal with affairs of the heart.     In the fiction books, Maame: A Novel by Jessica George …

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  This week, memoirs take center stage in New Arrivals at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester with STRAIGHT SHOOTER: A MEMOIR OF SECOND CHANCES AND FIRST TAKES by Stephen A. Smith, a popular sports media figure who rose from being a poor son of Caribbean immigrants having an obsession with sports to having a role …

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  This week’s new arrivals are all fiction books – albeit a wide array of  genres. First we have Hell Bent, by Leigh Bardugo, a paranormal fantasy, the sequel to Ninth House. It seems to me as though you can’t really put it in one genre, it seems to border on fantasy, horror, and suspense/thriller. …

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  Hello, everyone. This week I thought I would give you an idea of all of the Mass Market paperbacks that are coming out in January. Some of them have been printed before, as hardcovers, and some are just coming out as original Mass Market Paperbacks.   A lot of the Mass Market Paperbacks tend …

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  Greetings, and Happy New Year to all. For January, the New Arrivals blogs of the books coming into Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester won’t be presented by week, they will instead each give you a look ahead at some of January’s literary treasures.   This month there are many fiction titles, including literary fiction, …

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    At the end of this difficult year, many people are making New Year’s resolutions to do new things to enrich themselves, or help improve their lives. Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester has some new self-help books that will help them towards that goal. There’s 12 Weeks to A Sharper You, which helps you …

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  This week’s new arrivals are actually pretty great. There are some memoirs that could prove to be pretty funny, what with Steve Martin’s Number One Is Walking: My Life in The Movies, cartoons and Lauren Graham’s anecdotes and laugh-out-loud observations about life as an actor in Hollywood, in Have I Told You This Already?: …

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  Hello, folks. There is a great assortment of books this week, starting with a genre we don’t get often enough, poetry. And Yet: Poems by Kate Baer’s poetry delves into very emotional subjects, and if you like poetry she is being compared to Dorianne Laux, Mary Oliver, Maggie Nelson, and other great female poets …

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  This week we have a good mix of genre books arriving. There are quite a few memoirs coming out now, which leads me to believe that people like to talk about themselves. And people like to read about famous people’s lives. So, there you have it. The famous people this week are related to …

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  Hello, folks. This week we have a variety of books in different genres, but the books of note are really the non-fiction books. Each non-fiction book brings out a different aspect of life. For example, we have a cookbook by Christopher Kimball for those interested in the culinary arts. Speaking of art, Kevin Nealon’s …

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