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A Ghost in Cornwall


This land is my memories. For two thousand years this valley has been mine alone.

Are You Using Both Sides of the GoogleCoin?


By now most of you realise that Google can give our websites the ability to appear within their results pages using a Pay Per Click model (PPC).

Chris Carpenters Google Cash - An Ebook Review


It is rare to find a brand new blueprint for making cash on the internet. The continuous churning of rehashed and ripped off regurgitated pablum has plagued the internet guru market for the last few years. But ever so often with some persistent digging you find a gem. Google Cash is that shining diamond on the coal-heap of get-rich-on-the-internet promotion.

Review: Profit From The Author Inside You


I've reviewed a number of eBooks recently, and none of themexcited me, but this one definitely did. If you've ever hadthe slightest desire to write a 'How To' book, I urge youto read 'Profit From The Author Inside You'.

Review: How To Write and Publish Your Own eBook in as little as 7 Days


How To Write and Publish Your Own eBook in as little as 7Days by Jim Edwards and Joe Vitale exe format, 208 pages

Review: eBook Secrets Exposed


If you want to make a lot of money with your own eBookand you only read one book on the subject in the next12 months, I strongly recommend that it's 'eBookSecrets Exposed' by Jim Edwards and David Garfinkel.

The Storyteller, Volume I - A Must Read Book


The Storyteller New Book Offers Supernatural Tales Involving Everyday People

Do You Know How to Buy and Read eBooks!


Now, I know what you?re probably thinking, ?Reading and eBook is just like reading an ordinary book.? I disagree. Here?s way, If you?re here reading this article then I?m pretty sure you?ve read your fair share of eBooks, and most likely most of those eBooks were on the topic of internet marketing, making money from home, home based business opportunities, and on and on right? The reason that eBooks are ready differently than your normal novel is because of the way they are sold.

Book Review: The NEW Game Of Business


If you think you've seen and heard everything there is to say, The NEW Game of Business brings new distinctions and a fresh perspective to the world of business.

Book Review - Manners That Sell: Adding The Polish That Builds Profits


This beautifully laid out trade paperback has a gorgeous and practical design both inside and out. I recommend you read this book with a highlighter and a pen and be ready to take copious notes in the blank pages thoughtfully provided between chapters.

Book Review: If You Are Over Fifty, You Are Entitled To Some Very Interesting Discounts On Travel:


Title: Unbelievably Good Deals and Great Adventures That You Absolutely Can?t Get Unless You're Over 50 (2005-2006 Author: Joan Rattner Heilman ISBN: 0071438297 Publishers: McGraw-Hill:

Critical Condition: How Health Care In America Became Big Business-And Bad Medicine:


Title: Critical Condition: How Health Care In America Became Big Business-And Bad Medicine:

IZEE Growing Up In A Logging Camp: Introduction


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Book Summary: The E-Myth Revisited


Ever wonder why most small businesses-- no matter how huge effort they put in their endeavor--still fail? Micheal Gerber reveals the answers in this book. Accordingly, the future of small businesses revolve in only three philosophies: the e-myth (entrepreneurial myth), the turn-key revolution, and the business development process.

Book Summary: What Is The Emperor Wearing?


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10 New Books We Recommend This Week  The New York Times

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I've been waiting for Tony Horwitz to write another big on-the-road book that crisscrosses the American cultural divide ever since his bestseller, Confederates in ...


Readers have waited 13 years for a new Thomas Harris novel. But ‘Cari Mora’ is no ‘Hannibal.’  SF Gate

Gourmand serial killer Hannibal Lecter may be off the menu, but now his creator, Thomas Harris, has added a new dish of terror. “Cari Mora” is Harris's first novel ...


Book Review: Jayson Greene’s ‘Once More We Saw Stars’ is a Staggering Work of Quiet Heartbreak  Rolling Stone

Once More We Saw Stars is a quietly heartbreaking memoir from Jayson Greene, a music editor at Pitchfork. It's his first book—but the last he ever would have ...


NPR Review: 'The Disappearing Earth,' By Julia Phillips  NPR

Julia Phillips' debut novel takes readers through a year following the disappearance of two little girls in the remote Russian province of Kamchatka — and the ...


YouTubers, book review: In search of authenticity  ZDNet

You could be forgiven for noticing YouTube only when a scandal breaks, but, as Chris Stokel-Walker writes, it's an increasingly important part of the ...


‘Celestial Bodies’ Wins Man Booker International Prize  The New York Times

LONDON — “Celestial Bodies,” a family saga set against Oman's transition from slave trading center to oil producer, became on Tuesday the first novel originally ...


What to Do When You’re a Country in Crisis  The New York Times

In “Upheaval,” Jared Diamond asks whether countries can draw lessons from how individuals confront personal difficulties.


4 Writers to Watch This Summer  The New York Times

Kristen Arnett, Tope Folarin, Jean Kwok and De'Shawn Charles Winslow talk about their new books.


Book Reviews: 'Thirst' and 'The Sun Is a Compass'  Outside

Recently I burned through 'Thirst' and 'The Sun is a Compass,' both of which I'd recommend to anyone who hikes or backpacks.


Subway Book Review Hosts a Party on the New York City Subway  The Cut

Something curious happened on the New York City subway on Wednesday night: At 7 p.m., about 50 people flooded the G train singing, dancing, and giving out ...


Yassmin Abdel-Magied moans about getting bad book reviews and claims they are written by trolls  Daily Mail

Controversial Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied has complained about bad reviews on her newly-released book, but claims they've been written by trolls.


Book Review: "Baby Of The Family" By Maura Roosevelt  WVXU

Book review: The great-granddaughter of former U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor, recently released her debut novel. Roberta Schultz.


Howard Stern Can Talk. This Book Shows He’s Also a Good Listener.  The New York Times

In “Howard Stern Comes Again,” the radio host collects excerpts from his favorite interviews over the past two decades, with guests including Gwyneth Paltrow, ...


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Book Reviews: Five titles from the Indie Star Book Festival  Little Village

Craig Hart is becoming something of a force on the local literary scene. A resident of Iowa City, Hart is a writer of mysteries, thrillers and more. He's also the host ...


14 New Books to Watch For in May  The New York Times

Welcome to May. It's an especially big month for nonfiction titles, with George Packer's new book, “Our Man” and Casey Cep's highly anticipated book about ...


David McCullough’s Idealistic Settlers  The New York Times

McCullough's “The Pioneers” tells of the good intentions behind the creation of Ohio.


By the Book: Ani DiFranco  The New York Times

The singer-songwriter, whose new memoir is “No Walls and the Recurring Dream,” says her shelves contain “poetry for when my mind is spinning” and “a bunch ...


Book reviews: New from Maurice Leitch, Olivia Kiernan, Mark Haddon, Denise Mina  The Irish News

BOOK OF THE WEEK Gone to Earth by Maurice Leitch is published by Turnpike Books, priced £12.


Is the end of an American dynasty a real tragedy?  The Washington Post

There's a stunning scene toward the beginning of Sarah Blake's new novel, “The Guest Book,” that follows a wealthy young mother gliding around New York and ...


'Theodore Roosevelt For The Defense' Makes A Libel Case Into Gripping Reading  NPR

Gifted writers Dan Abrams and David Fisher, who previously brought us Lincoln's Last Trial, are clearly fascinated by how Teddy Roosevelt's court case played ...


NPR Review: 'The Candle And The Flame,' By Nafiza Azad  NPR

Nafiza Azad creates a fantastical yet believable Silk Road city in her new young adult novel, building a world of humans and djinns, spices and sounds, woven ...


Book Review: 'Machines Like Me,' By Ian McEwan  NPR

There are certain authors I read no matter what they write. Ian McEwan is one of them. Over the course of more than 40 years and some dozen and a half books ...


Then It Fell Apart by Moby review – sex, drugs and self-loathing  The Guardian

The superstar DJ's account of his tempestuous life is funny and often harrowing.


An Extraordinary New Book Dismantles the Myths That Surround Domestic Violence  The New York Times

In “No Visible Bruises,” Rachel Louise Snyder reports on “a global health problem of epidemic proportions,” and writes about actionable changes that can help.


Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’ Debuts on the List at No. 3  The New York Times

Big crowds at her book-tour events are buoying sales for the Irish writer dubbed the 'Salinger for the Snapchat generation.'


The best recent thrillers – review roundup  The Guardian

A perilous wilderness blaze and a true-crime podcast fuel two of the best new mysteries.


George R.R. Martin reacts to Game of Thrones finale, says how books will differ  Entertainment Weekly News

George R.R. Martin broke his silence on the Game of Thrones finale by praising showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss and giving some hints on how his ...


Exploring the Soul of the South  The New York Times

In “Spying on the South,” Tony Horwitz recreates a trip taken by Frederick Law Olmsted in the early 1850s.


The Victorians by Jacob Rees-Mogg review – history as manifesto  The Guardian

Confidence and moral purpose made Britain great, argues this poorly written book, designed to reflect the rightwinger back to himself at twice the size.


Book reviews: Arthur Slade and Alice Kuipers  Saskatoon StarPhoenix

StarPhoenix book reviewer Bill Robertson takes a look at three new young adult books — two by Arthur Slade and one by Alice Kuipers.


A bored housewife jumps back into the spy game again in ‘The Paris Diversion’  The Washington Post

Chris Pavone's new novel is as much the story of a modern woman as it is a globe-hopping thriller.


This Debut Is a Jail Novel, but Funny  The New York Times

The narrator of Ryan Chapman's “Riots I Have Known” is both a convicted murderer and a literary editor.


Spend Some Time With the Winklevii  The New York Times

Ben Mezrich's “Bitcoin Billionaires” focuses on Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, who used their Facebook windfall to buy up a lot of the cryptocurrency.


Cari Mora by Thomas Harris review – Hannibal Lecter’s creator returns  The Guardian

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Melinda Gates' new book, “The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World,” ends with a love story. Anna and Sanare live in Tanzania, where ...


The Agony and the Ecstasy of Richard Holbrooke  The New York Times

There's something telling about the fact that “Our Man,” George Packer's hefty, dishy biography of the American diplomat Richard Holbrooke, clocks in at more ...


Book Reviews: Vivien Goldman's 'Revenge Of The She-Punks'  NPR

In a new book, punk scholar Vivien Goldman traces the formation, rise and global reach of punk rock — demonstrating women's central place within it.


A New Book Argues That Generic Drugs Are Poisoning Us  The New York Times

In her stunning exposé “Bottle of Lies,” Katherine Eban describes a world of generic drug manufacturing rife with corruption and life-threatening misdeeds.


Sarah Rafson reviews "Imagining the Modern," urban history of Pittsburgh  The Architect's Newspaper

The Architect's Newspaper is the most authoritative voice on architecture and design in the United States.


Ani DiFranco: The making of an iconoclast  The Washington Post

The musician's memoir “No Walls and the Recurring Dream” is part feminist and social-justice manifesto, part bracing road story.


NPR's Guide To Free Comic Book Day 2019: Mini-Reviews  NPR

It's Free Comic Book Day once again, so here we are, so here you are, and here I am, for I think the 12th time? Here, still yet again, is the drill: Walk in to a ...


Impeachment, the First Time Around  The New York Times

Andrew Johnson ascended to the presidency after Lincoln's assassination. Brenda Wineapple's “The Impeachers” recounts the efforts to remove him from office.


The best recent crime and thrillers – review roundup  The Guardian

Conviction by Denise Mina; The Never Game by Jeffery Deaver; The River by Peter Heller; Crushed by Kate Hamer; Little Darlings by Melanie Golding; The ...


Grieving the Death of a Child in ‘Once More We Saw Stars’  The New York Times

Jayson Greene's book is an emotional and loving tribute to his toddler daughter, Greta, killed by a falling brick in New York City in 2015.


The True-Crime Story That Harper Lee Tried and Failed to Write  The New York Times

In “Furious Hours,” Casey Cep investigates the Alabama murder case that was to have been the focus of Lee's second book — as well as the famously reclusive ...


Booksmart offers riotous, loopy-sweet teen comedy: EW review  Entertainment Weekly News

Youth is not wasted on Molly (Beanie Feldstein) and Amy (Kaitlyn Dever). Or maybe it is; while they've been dutifully planning for a future of Ivy League prestige ...


13 new science fiction and fantasy books to check out in late May  The Verge

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Military Book Review The Italian Wars, 1494-1559: War, State, and Society in Early Modern Europe  Strategy Page

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Love at First Sight and Other Disasters: Stories From Karen Russell  The New York Times

In “Orange World,” surrealism is grounded in the real anxieties of our age.


Harper Lee tried to turn a murder trial into a true crime masterpiece. What happened to the book?  The Washington Post

In “Furious Hours,” Casey Cep looks back at the author's attempt to write her own version of “In Cold Blood.”


Maine author Richard Ford wins lifetime achievement award from Library of Congress  Press Herald

Maine author Richard Ford has won the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction, the library announced Thursday. Ford, 75, lives in Boothbay and won the ...


Book reviews: Grow in the Dark, The Butterfly Room and Life Before  The Weekly Times

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The Poison Thread by Laura Purcell  Authorlink

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‘Absolutely abysmal’: Critics rip apart Jacob Rees-Mogg’s new book  The Irish Times

AN Wilson describes The Victorians as 'a dozen pompous schoolboy compositions'


Book review: Melinda Gates’ ‘The Moment of Lift’ should be required reading for everyone  GeekWire

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After his 2-year-old daughter died, a father turned his pain into a beautiful memoir  The Washington Post

Jayson Greene's “Once More We Saw Stars” is a heartbreaking — and heartwarming — tale of love and loss.


In ‘Spring,’ Ali Smith’s Series Takes Its Most Political Turn  The New York Times

The third book in Smith's seasonal cycle is about a filmmaker, an old lefty, trying to make sense of the new world.


An Economist Who Believes Only Government Can Save Capitalism  The New York Times

In “People, Power, and Profits,” Joseph E. Stiglitz argues that more state involvement in the economy is part of the solution, not part of the problem.


Was Varian Fry Gay — and Should It Matter? Readers Respond  The New York Times

The son of Varian Fry, and several others, weigh in on Cynthia Ozick's review of Julie Orringer's novel “The Flight Portfolio.”


A Heroine Checks In to the Psychiatric Ward, and Takes Notes  The New York Times

The depressed protagonist of Binnie Kirshenbaum's novel “Rabbits for Food” has trouble connecting with others, but she is alert to the sanity of the insane.


Good Omens review: Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's whimsical book brought to life  The Independent

Good Omens starts with a warning. “Kids,” a Sixties-era television set floating through outer space beams, “causing Armageddon can be very dangerous. Do not ...


The neuroscience of sleep and dreams | Book review  Nursing Times

'This book is an introduction to sleep and dreams but because of the learning objectives, review questions and further reading lists, it would also be useful to ...


Home Grown: How Domestic Violence Turns Men Into Terrorists – review  The Guardian

Joan Smith examines the roots of terrorism, but fails to address the complexities of social inequality. Yvonne Roberts. Sun 19 May 2019 02.00 EDT. Share on ...


Cari Mora review: Thomas Harris’s frustrating, inconsequential collection  The Irish Times

John Connolly on a book that, if it really is a black comedy, puts the joke on the reader. Thomas Harris does not give interviews, and makes no public ...


The Political Odyssey of Sean Wilentz  The Nation

As the campaign to impeach Bill Clinton rolled forward in 1998, the White House called on the assistance of a longtime ally: the Ivy League. The administration ...


Book Review: a World Without Fish and Unraveling Ocean Life  GotScience.org

World Without Fish and other factual, engaging books on the evironment can galvanize citizen science efforts, says Patricia Balbon.


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Meet a witch desperately trying to save the day, a robot with one leg in the past, some fleet-footed female football stars, and a mouse who likes to think big in a ...


Outrages by Naomi Wolf review – sex and censorship  The Guardian

Repressive laws overshadowing the bedroom and the bookshop ... a study of gay Victorians and 'obscenity'


‘Call Me a Science Fiction Writer. I’ll Come to Your House and Nail Your Pet’s Head to a Coffee Table.’  The New York Times

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The 10 books to read in May  The Washington Post

From Harper Lee's true-crime obsession to Julie Orringer's long-awaited follow-up to “The Invisible Bridge.”


‘The Parisian’ is a slow-burning treat to be savored  Christian Science Monitor

Set in Paris and the Ottoman Empire during World War I, Isabella Hammad's debut novel 'The Parisian' contemplates issues of longing and belonging.


'Aladdin' review: A whole new same old world ... this time with Will Smith  Chicago Tribune

While quality cannot be measured by minutes, the new live-action version of Disney's “Aladdin” runs 37 minutes longer than the animated 1992 film famous for ...


Our Man by George Packer review – Richard Holbrooke and American power  The Guardian

An account of the major dilemmas, and egotism, of the top diplomat doubles as a dissection of America's global status. Steve Bloomfield. Thu 2 May 2019 02.30 ...


NPR Review: 'There's Something About Sweetie,' By Sandhya Menon  NPR

My friend Chris happened upon me reading There's Something About Sweetie in a coffee shop and introduced her presence by laughing. "For a second, I ...


By the Book: Gary Snyder  The New York Times

The poet, essayist and environmentalist cites Ovid's “Metamorphoses” as an inspiration: “Ovid in a sense tried to write the entire Roman story. I take it as a ...


She Pulled Her Debut Book When Critics Found It Racist. Now She Plans to Publish.  The New York Times

Amélie Wen Zhao canceled the June publication of her young adult novel, “Blood Heir,” after claims that it had insensitive depictions of slavery. Then she ...


Dismantling the Myth of ‘The Heartland’  The New York Times

The new book by the historian Kristin L. Hoganson explodes conventional ideas about the Midwest as America's “insulated core” — the wellspring of its values ...


These three audiobooks can be your sound of spring  The Washington Post

Like its predecessors, Jane Harper's third novel is set in Australia — this time on a remote cattle station in the outback, where Cameron has been found dead ...


Book Review: 'Flowers Over The Inferno,' By Ilaria Tuti  NPR

Ilaria Tuti's crime thriller, set in the mountains of northern Italy, stars a classic odd couple of cops: A gruff, aging, unhealthy veteran detective and her young ...


Book Review: 'Gingerbread,' By Helen Oyeyemi  NPR

Helen Oyeyemi played with fairy tale ideas in the past; her new novel takes off from "Hansel and Gretel" for the story of a mother, a daughter and a mysteriously ...


Book Review: 'The Border,' By Don Winslow  NPR

Don Winslow's sprawling, operatic epic about the War on Drugs has some flaws, but it does the same thing Shakespeare's histories did: It simplifies current ...


Book Review: 'The White Book,' By Han Kang  NPR

Han Kang's new novel isn't quite a novel — it's a gorgeous, hard-to-categorize series of reflections, themed around the color white, on grief, mourning and what ...


Book Review: 'Lost And Wanted,' By Nell Freudenberger  NPR

Nell Freudenberger's new novel is a bittersweet love story — about a lost friend, a missed romance, and an all-consuming career — that uses dense scientific ...


Book Review: 'Trust Exercise,' By Susan Choi  NPR

Book groups, meet your next selection. Trust Exercise, Susan Choi's powerful fifth novel, will give you plenty to talk about. At 257 pages, it's not a major time ...


Book Review: 'Lot,' By Bryan Washington  NPR

Bryan Washington's debut story collection brings the Texas city to life in all its struggle and imperfect glory.


Book Review: 'Normal People,' By Sally Rooney  NPR

Sally Rooney avoids a sophomore slump with Normal People, a will-they-won't-they love story with sympathetic protagonists whose lives are complicated by ...


8 New Books We Recommend This Week  The New York Times

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.


Action Comics #1011: What Happens Tomorrow?  Comic Watch

Look! It's an evil organization … it's a bomb! It's Leviathan! Leviathan Rising comes to a close with Action Comics #1011. Superman and Lois Lane continue ...


Book Review: 'The Volunteer,' By Salvatore Scibona  NPR

Salvatore Scibona's new novel is a generational saga, an epic of Vietnam and other places rendered in language that makes even simple things sound mythic.


Could A Novel Lead Someone To Kill? 'Murder By The Book' Explores The Notion  NPR

Author Claire Harman writes that one reason François Benjamin Courvoisier gave for why he murdered his boss Lord William Russell in 1840 was that he ...


Book Review: 'The Other Americans,' By Laila Lalami  NPR

Carve out some reading time before you pick up Laila Lalami's new novel The Other Americans. You won't want to get up from your chair for some time, maybe ...


Book Review: 'Pickle's Progress' By Marcia Butler  NPR

Marcia Butler's new novel centers on a drunken, bickering couple whose lives are turned upside down after a car crash. It's a deeply weird book that succeeds ...


Book Review: 'The Made-Up Man,' By Joseph Scapellato  NPR

Joseph Scapellato's new novel mashes up noir and philosophy in a multi-layered story about an aimless young man who gets caught up in his uncle's strange ...


Book Review: 'Women Talking,' By Miriam Toews  NPR

Miriam Toews' new novel follows a group of women in an isolated religious colony as they struggle to reconcile their faith with a series of horrific sexual assaults ...


Book Review: 'The Altruists,' By Andrew Ridker  NPR

Andrew Ridker, still in his twenties, has uncorked a lively, tragicomic debut novel, a probe into questions that never get old: What constitutes a good, moral life, ...





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