1. #LifeinPublishing RG @booksforever

    #LifeinPublishing RG @booksforever

  2. Congratulations! RG @dan_churchill “Another signing on the dotted line @simonbooks @SimonSchuster @SimonSchusterAU #TheHealthyCook #Dudefood #ComingAtYa!!!!” via @PhotoRepost_app

    Congratulations! RG @dan_churchill “Another signing on the dotted line @simonbooks @SimonSchuster @SimonSchusterAU #TheHealthyCook #Dudefood #ComingAtYa!!!!” via @PhotoRepost_app

  3. RG @hillaryclintonbook “Stephen: Hillary Clinton!  Hillary Clinton: Now who’s a name dropper, Stephen?
Stephen: Oh, really? Name dropper? That’s not what my good friend Tom Hanks calls me when we’re hanging out at George Clooney’s place.  If you haven’t seen this interview on @thecolbertreport, you are missing out.” via @PhotoRepost_app

    RG @hillaryclintonbook “Stephen: Hillary Clinton! Hillary Clinton: Now who’s a name dropper, Stephen?
    Stephen: Oh, really? Name dropper? That’s not what my good friend Tom Hanks calls me when we’re hanging out at George Clooney’s place. If you haven’t seen this interview on @thecolbertreport, you are missing out.” via @PhotoRepost_app

  4. An afternoon well spent. What are you reading today? #weekendreads #weekend

    An afternoon well spent. What are you reading today? #weekendreads #weekend

  5. RG @emilycgraff “The Sweetheart, by Angelina Mirabella, is a story you’ve never read before. 
It’s a story about a teenage girl who leaves her home in 1953 to make a name for herself in the ring. It’s a story about champions, heroes and villains, of giants, little people, and devoted, screaming fans. It’s a story about wrestling, but it’s also a story about growing up. As she comes to understand the consequences of her choices, she must figure out who she really wants to be. 
In wrestling, every character falls neatly into one of two categories: hero or heel. But in life, those divisions are less clear. 
The Sweetheart struggles to find her way. How she triumphs, how she fails, and how she manages, somehow, to endure when the odds are never in her favor—her actions hold promise: if she can, maybe I can too. I don’t come by this feeling often in reading. To inspire this kind of empathy is the mark of a breathtaking talent both rich and varied. 
The Sweetheart is my first acquisition for @simonbooks. I can’t wait for you to read it when it goes on sale in January 2015. (But if you’d like an early copy, I know some people…😉)”

    RG @emilycgraff “The Sweetheart, by Angelina Mirabella, is a story you’ve never read before.
    It’s a story about a teenage girl who leaves her home in 1953 to make a name for herself in the ring. It’s a story about champions, heroes and villains, of giants, little people, and devoted, screaming fans. It’s a story about wrestling, but it’s also a story about growing up. As she comes to understand the consequences of her choices, she must figure out who she really wants to be.
    In wrestling, every character falls neatly into one of two categories: hero or heel. But in life, those divisions are less clear.
    The Sweetheart struggles to find her way. How she triumphs, how she fails, and how she manages, somehow, to endure when the odds are never in her favor—her actions hold promise: if she can, maybe I can too. I don’t come by this feeling often in reading. To inspire this kind of empathy is the mark of a breathtaking talent both rich and varied.
    The Sweetheart is my first acquisition for @simonbooks. I can’t wait for you to read it when it goes on sale in January 2015. (But if you’d like an early copy, I know some people…😉)”

  6. (Source: amandaonwriting)

  7. The Music of the Galaxies by bestselling author of BRILLIANT BLUNDERS, Mario Livio.

  8. The Skeleton Crew by Deborah Halber -- Book Excerpt →

    bookspin:

    PROLOGUE

    THE WELL DRILLER

    I’m looking around a Cracker Barrel in Georgetown, Kentucky, wondering if I’ll recognize him. The only photos I’ve seen of Wilbur J. Riddle were taken four decades ago, when he stumbled on the corpse wrapped in the carnival tent.

    He was forty years old then; with…

  9. BookSpin Book Excerpt - Take This Man by Brando Skyhorse →

    bookspin:

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    I was three years old when my father abandoned me and my mother in my grandmother’s house atop a crooked hill on Portia Street in a Los Angeles neighborhood called Echo Park. My mother, Maria Teresa, a Mexican who wanted to be an American Indian, transformed me into Brando Skyhorse, a…

  10. RG @hillaryclintonbook “#TBT to some fantastic memories from the #HARDCHOICES #book tour!” via @PhotoRepost_app

    RG @hillaryclintonbook “#TBT to some fantastic memories from the #HARDCHOICES #book tour!” via @PhotoRepost_app