Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

Welcome back to our regular feature Speculative Fiction Tuesday, after its holiday hiatus. We’ve gotten in an excellent spread of horror, fantasy, and science fiction releases to start off the New Year… there’s bound to be something for every imaginative taste. First are the Rainbow Readers of Massachusetts book club selections for January and February… …

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House of Assassins by Larry Correia ISBN-10: 1481483765 ISBN-13: 978-1481483766 Publisher: Baen (February 5, 2019) Reviewer: Scott A. Wooldridge “There’s always time for arson.” What is most intriguing about Larry Correia’s follow up to the Dragon Award-winning book Son of the Black Sword is how much worldbuilding is done only by dialog and action with …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is especially happy to shine the Friday Spotlight on Tony Tremblay, long-time friend and supporter of the bookstore and the New England horror community.  For seven years, Tony reviewed horror fiction for Horrorworld and Cemetery Dance Magazine under the pen name T.T. Zuma. After all that time, he thought he’d …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday Spotlight on author James A. Moore.  Moore, whose been a friend of the bookstore and staff for years, was here earlier in the year with the “packed so full locals brought chairs from home” Writers Coffeehouse New England, which he co-organizes with author Christopher …

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March is a time for many celebrations special to ABSW. Women’s History Month. World Read Aloud Day or Read Across America Day. The Ides of March. St. Patrick’s Day (Thank you, Audrey Nicholson, for your lovely event last Saturday!) and many, many more! Of course, our Celtic-loving patrons have already made a good dent in …

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