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Kindle Fire extends to 170 countries

Kindle Fire extends to 170 countries | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Book Publishing Industry News. Regular news updates from The Bookseller's news desk. The latest press reports about the publishing sector and updates from the City

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Wonder if Malaysia is among them?  Hope so because we are FED UP of being ignored!

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'Women are better writers than men': novelist John Boyne sets the record straight

'Women are better writers than men': novelist John Boyne sets the record straight | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Male authors are always pronouncing their own brilliance – or boasting about not reading books by women. So, after a lifetime spent writing and attending literary festivals, John Boyne would like to get something off his chest …
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Best books of 2017 – part one

Best books of 2017 – part one | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
‘Funny, outrageous, touching, intimate, gorgeous’ … writers from George Saunders to Ali Smith pick their favourite reads of the past year
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Oh fabulous. Here come the best of 2017 readings lists. Lots of great suggestions for 2018 reading.
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A 'decolonised' syllabus: the BAME authors you think students should read

A 'decolonised' syllabus: the BAME authors you think students should read | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
After Lola Olufemi’s call to ‘decolonise’ Cambridge’s English literature curriculum, we asked you to tell us the BAME fiction writers others should read – and where to start. Here are some of our favourite suggestions
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Annie Proulx wins high honour for writing on 'the beauty of rural America'

Annie Proulx wins high honour for writing on 'the beauty of rural America' | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
The Shipping News author joins previous winners of the National Book Foundation’s award such as Toni Morrison, Elmore Leonard and Norman Mailer
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Eimear McBride wins James Tait Black prize for The Lesser Bohemians

Eimear McBride wins James Tait Black prize for The Lesser Bohemians | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
The Irish novelist’s ‘astonishing’ novel about the sexual awakening of a teenager with an older actor lands the UK’s oldest literary award
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Man Booker prize 2017 longlist led by Arundhati Roy's return to fiction

Man Booker prize 2017 longlist led by Arundhati Roy's return to fiction | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Twenty years after her first novel took the same award, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness leads a field of 13, ranging from established stars to newcomers
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The only one I've read is the George Saunders which I tip for shortlist. Several others I'd planned to read anyway so yeah, happy. List coincides with what I want to read. Am so happy Auster is there and can't wait to read 4321.
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14 Award-Winning Poetry Collections That Deserve Your Attention

14 Award-Winning Poetry Collections That Deserve Your Attention | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
As much as we poetry lovers might not like to admit it, poetry does tend to garner far less fanfare than its literary cousin: prose. The opportunities to recognize and celebrate mainstream fiction and nonfiction books are abundant (and we totally lov…
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What are Anne Enright, John Boyne and others reading this Summer?

What are Anne Enright, John Boyne and others reading this Summer? | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Some of Ireland’s best-known writers and readers share the books that will be in their suitcases.
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Another great list of summer reading.
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1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die - How many have you read?

1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die - How many have you read? | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it

From 3rd edition, 2010.  

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My score = 187 and a feeling of guilt at what I haven't read yet. (I have decades on most of you, so don't worry.) This is a phenomenal list, Based on an earlier edition of the book because the most recent books it lists are at least 7 years old.  
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10 Chilling Fiction Books Inspired By Terrifying True Stories

10 Chilling Fiction Books Inspired By Terrifying True Stories | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
As all book-lovers know, authors will find inspiration for their work anywhere and everywhere — inventing stories from their own imaginations, basing their fiction on personal experiences, garnering inspiration from other great works of literature, a…
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Sebastian Barry's 'glorious and unusual' novel wins Walter Scott prize

Sebastian Barry's 'glorious and unusual' novel wins Walter Scott prize | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Days Without End takes £25,000 honour, the second time the author has won the award for historical fiction
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The Dangers of Reading in Bed

The Dangers of Reading in Bed | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
In 18th-century Europe, the practice was considered a menace to life and property, but mostly to morals. An Object Lesson.
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100 Must-Read Strange and Unusual Novels

100 Must-Read Strange and Unusual Novels | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
100 book recommendations for people who like to read weird, unusual, strange novels
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I like "strange and unusual".

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I, too, like strange and unusual--even weird--novels. How about you?
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Best books of 2017 – part two

Best books of 2017 – part two | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
From moving memoirs to far-reaching fiction, novelists, poets and critics pick their best reads of the year
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'Open the doors and let these books in' - what would a truly diverse reading list look like?

'Open the doors and let these books in' - what would a truly diverse reading list look like? | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Following student calls for university English literature syllabuses to be ‘decolonised’, Hanif Kureishi, Arundhati Roy, Kamila Shamsie and other authors reflect on the debate and choose essential books by black and minority ethnic writers
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What Happened When I Focused Less On Collecting Books & More On Actually Reading Them

It's a pretty common fantasy among readers, and one you probably have yourself: that dream of one day having the "ideal" library. In these daydreams, it most often resembles Belle's reading room, straight out of Beauty & the Beast, with its floor to …
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Three first-time authors make Giller Prize longlist

Three first-time authors make Giller Prize longlist | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Longlist includes the first-ever horror novel to be in contention for Canada's most prestigious literary prize
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100 Great Works of Dystopian Fiction

100 Great Works of Dystopian Fiction | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
The best dystopian novels, including 1984, Fahrenheit 451, The Handmaid’s Tale, and more.
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Mary Daniels Brown's curator insight, September 18, 4:14 PM
"the term wasn’t even invented until the 19th century and has only in the last half-century or so come into vogue."
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Graham Swift’s Mothering Sunday wins fiction’s most secretive award

Graham Swift’s Mothering Sunday wins fiction’s most secretive award | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
The writer’s 10th novel has won the £15,000 Hawthornden prize, sponsored by arts patron Drue Heinz
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11 Books That Have Won Awards This Year

11 Books That Have Won Awards This Year | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Check out these great award winning books 2017, including fiction winners, young adult books, mystery novels, thrillers, and more.
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Top 10 secrets in fiction

Top 10 secrets in fiction | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
From the hidden passions of Mrs Dalloway to Patrick Bateman’s murderous designs, these books expose a subject we all privately love
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16 Books You Should Read This July

16 Books You Should Read This July | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Alissa Nutting, Made for Love Alissa Nutting's Made for Love has to be this summer's most heartwarming novel, and that's saying a lot, given that it involves a
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Golden Hill wins Francis Spufford third major prize in a year

Golden Hill wins Francis Spufford third major prize in a year | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Roistering tale of New York in its infancy adds £10,000 Desmond Elliott prize to the Costa first novel and Ondaatje awards it has already clinched
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Miles Franklin award shortlists five first-time nominees

Miles Franklin award shortlists five first-time nominees | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Australia’s most prestigious literary prize recognises stories of women, outsiders, ageing and satire for $60,000 award
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Weird Books You Should Read if You Like 'Twin Peaks'

Weird Books You Should Read if You Like 'Twin Peaks' | Bibliobibuli | Scoop.it
Eye-patched amnesiacs, haunted hotels, and existential detectives are just a few of the Lynchian elements you'll encounter in these literary works.
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