Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

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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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  Ben Aaronovich is a funny, British urban fantasy author who has written many books as of late, and has also written for TV. He is the author of the Rivers of London series of novels. He also wrote two Doctor Who serials in the late 1980s and spin-off novels from Doctor Who and Blake’s …

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  This week I will start with the new non-fiction books that are gracing our shelves. First off, there is:   BURNING QUESTIONS: ESSAYS AND OCCASIONAL PIECES, 2004 TO 2021 by Margaret Atwood. Followed by: MADHOUSE AT THE END OF THE EARTH: THE BELGICA’S JOURNEY INTO THE DARK ANTARCTIC NIGHT by Julian Sancton, a history …

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  This week’s new arrivals include books from a few different genres. There are several thrillers by some of the usual suspects, DIABLO MESA by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child SIERRA SIX (Gray Man book 11) by Mark Greaney, and a more humorous crime thriller by Janet Evanovich and Steve Hamilton, THE BOUNTY: A NOVEL …

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  Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on urban fantasy author David R. Slayton. When asked to tell us briefly a little about himself and his writing, this was his response:   I’m David R. Slayton. Like my main character, Adam, I grew up in a trailer in the …

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  Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on urban fantasy author Kim Harrison. My first question to you, Kim, is can you please tell us briefly a little about yourself and your writing? How would you like us to introduce you?     My name is Kim Harrison, and …

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  Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on Author Jenna Glass. I say Jenna Glass, but she is also known as Jenna Black, but I will let her explain:   I write practically every variety of speculative fiction there is under the names Jenna Black and Jenna Glass. Under …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on Fantasy Author Adam Stemple. When asked how he wanted us to introduce him, this was his response:   My name is Adam Stemple and I am a writer, poet, musician, and web designer.  I primarily write fantasy, but I’ve also sold a …

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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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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on John Buja, a retired Technical Writer (20 years) and Bookstore Manager (13 years), who has been writing on and off since he was about seven. As John Buja, he had two children’s books published a long time ago. For the adult things, …

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