Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

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    Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on contemporary fiction author Kirthana Ramisetti.  My first question to you, Kirthana, is if you could please tell us briefly a little about yourself and your writing? How would you like us to introduce you?   As a former entertainment reporter …

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    This week’s new arrivals carry a lot of emotional weight. No wonder they were so heavy! First we have:   A LITTLE CLOSER TO HOME: HOW I FOUND THE CALM AFTER THE STORM by Ginger Zee, a Biography, followed by THE BETRAYAL OF ANNE FRANK: A COLD CASE INVESTIGATION by Rosemary Sullivan. The …

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  Hello, and welcome to a new, and hopefully brighter new year. We at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester are always aiming to bring you the newest and best books that are coming out each week, starting with this week’s new arrivals. There are some wonderful but chilling new arrivals on our shelves this week, …

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  Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is very happy to shine our Friday spotlight on middle grade author Ann Clare LeZotte. Ann Clare LeZotte is the author of the 2021 Schneider Family Book Award–winning Show Me a Sign and the stand-alone companion Set Me Free (both Scholastic). Now a full-time writer, Ann worked for many years as a …

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  First, since this is Veteran’s Day, I want to thank all the Veterans who served or who are serving in the Armed Forces. Their sacrifices are not unnoticed.   Speaking about another type of serving, this week’s assortment of books is like one big cookbook with many different recipes. Each book is in a …

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    We have a very different mixture of books coming across our shelves this week. They include a few biographies, such as a Sports memoir, NO ONE WINS ALONE: A MEMOIR by Mark Messier and an Asian memoir, 1000 YEARS OF JOY AND SORROW by Ai Weiwei translated by Allan H. Barr. The next …

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    This week, new arrivals abound with tales of Hollywood celebrities, Tinseltown personalities you might be interested in. Two of them are involved with music, and their lives are chronicled for all to see. Those are in the biographies UNPROTECTED: A MEMOIR by Billy Porter (also a book of LGBTQ interest), and MADE IN …

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            This week we have a plethora of publications to tell you about! Several superb literature/ fiction books crossed our path, including A CARNIVAL OF SNACKERY: DIARIES (2003-2020) by David Sedaris, CROSSROADS by Jonathan Franzen, THE LINCOLN HIGHWAY: A NOVEL by Amor Towles and WE ARE NOT LIKE THEM by …

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  This week’s new arrivals are again a great mixture of genres. We start with two James Patterson thrillers, DEADLY CROSS, an Alex Cross thriller by James Patterson and THE JAILHOUSE LAWYER by James Patterson and Nancy Allen. Add two biographies, WHERE TOMORROWS AREN’T PROMISED: A MEMOIR OF SURVIVAL AND HOPE by Carmelo Anthony and …

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  If you see what’s coming across our new arrivals shelves this week you will see some very diverse biographies, fiction books, and historical literature. To start with, there are three biographies, BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY: A MEMOIR by Qian Julie Wang, an Asian American biography; HIS TRUTH IS MARCHING ON: JOHN LEWIS AND THE POWER OF …

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