Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

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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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    Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is very happy to shine our Friday spotlight on author Rebecca Roanhorse. I asked the following questions of Rebecca, and here are her responses:   Rebecca, can you please tell us briefly a little about yourself and your writing?   Hi. I’m Rebecca Roanhorse. I’m an award-winning writer …

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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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This week’s fantasy and science fiction roundup of titles includes an exploration of virtual reality, paranormal investigations on the mean streets of Boston, an action-adventure epic sequel, and a focus on two of the favorite characters from a time long ago in a galaxy far, far away Beth Revis gives us THE PRINCESS AND THE …

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    Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on fantasy author and poet Brandon Ying Kit Boey.   Brandon, can you please tell us briefly a little about yourself and your writing?   My name is Brandon Ying Kit Boey. I write speculative novels which frequently feature aspects of …

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  Tamora Pierce (Tammy) writes fantasy books for young adults. This interview with Tammy shows a lot about her as a writer and how she became a writer in the first place. She discusses her newest book, Tempests & Slaughter, and talks a bit about what is coming next. A warning, though: Part of the …

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  Hello everyone. As Autumn begins, and the weather cools, passions heat up. This week there are many books about love, romance, hardships, and heart adorning our shelves. We also do have a new R.A. Salvatore fantasy, one mystery, one literary fiction book and one Neil DeGrasse Tyson science book. Enjoy!   ROMANCES:   DRUNK …

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  This week there are more literary fiction books coming across our shelves than any other genre. Granted, a few types of fiction, but fiction nonetheless.  There are fiction, Asian-American fiction, and historical fiction books in the mix. Then we have one epic fantasy, one horror book, one romance and one mystery. All-in-all, a pretty …

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  Hello, folks. This week I thought I would try something a bit different. For the new books that I feel need a bit more explanation, I am adding more description to help make it easier for you to decide if it might be a good book for you to read or not. Some of …

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  Hello, folks. July and August are pretty quiet months in publishing, so in this blog I am telling you about some of the books that will be coming in in the next week or so.   Let’s start with the thrillers. We have:     THE LOST KINGS by Tyrell Johnson. This is about …

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