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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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    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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  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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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on LGBTQ Romance author Cat Sebastian. Thanks for being here with us, Cat. Could you please tell us a bit about your writing? I write historical romance about LGBTQ people, usually in Regency England,…

  First of all, we have a few non-fiction books in our line-up of new arrivals at the store. We have one book that is more of a philosophy book,   METAPHYSICAL ANIMALS: HOW FOUR WOMEN BROUGHT PHILOSOPHY BACK TO LIFE by Clare Mac Cumhaill, Rachael Wiseman     Next, we have some more memoirs …

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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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  Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on LGBTQ Young Adult author Kelly Quindlen. kELLY, can you please tell us briefly a little about yourself and your writing?   I live in Atlanta and I write stories about queer teenagers trying to understand themselves and their hearts    Where …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on Welsh fantasy author Johannes T. Evans. Johannes wrote a great introduction to himself and his writing: My name is Johannes T. Evans (pronouns he/him/his), and I’m a Welsh author living on the West Coast of Ireland. I’m a gay trans man and …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on LGBTQ Romance author Cat Sebastian. Thanks for being here with us, Cat. Could you please tell us a bit about your writing? I write historical romance about LGBTQ people, usually in Regency England, but sometimes other places and other times. Where can …

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