{Bibliobites} 9/28-10/3 News


Bibliobites are small, bite-sized versions of a typical Bibliodaze post. They can be round-ups of the week’s news,  a short review, or interesting articles.

September 28:

Killing Patton, Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard hit #1 on the USA Today’s Bestseller list. See more here.

September 30:

Update on the publisher, Ellora’s Cave, suing the popular blog, Dear Author. What started this here, how Ellora responded here, and update here. Note- these links may be biased. The GoFundMe defense fund for Dear Author reached $50,000 in 4 days. You can donate here.

Queen of Zombie Hearts (White Rabbit Chronicles #3), Sacrifice (Elemental #5), Chained by Night (MoonBound Clan Vampires #2), Famous Last Words, Night of a Thousand Starsand What a Wallflower Wants (Bad Boys & Wallflowers #3) were released.

October 2:

Nicholas Sparks is being sued for being racist, homophobic, and anti semitic. Info here.

The 2014 5 Under 35 authors are Yelena Akhtiorskaya, Alex Gilvarry, Phil Klay, Valeria Luiselli, and Kirstin Valdez Quade. Source here.

October 3:

The bestselling novel, Gone Girl, released as a motion picture. See trailers and info on the movie here.

Elizabeth Gilbert speaks about where creativity comes from in a Ted Talks video. See video here.

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Alisa is, as evidenced by her old blog name, obsessed with reading. She's always had a book near her and has always loved books. Fiction is her preferred genre of choice- particularly Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance- but she's been known to read anything from psychology textbooks to picture books. She loves sarcasm, writing, and combining the two.


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