Daily Archives: July 2, 2015

New Books and ARCs, 7/2/15

There’s a lot of excellence in this stack of books/ARCs that have come to the Scalzi Compound. I imagine you see some stuff you would desire for you own library. Tell me what those might be in the comments!

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Neil and the Bear: Perhaps Not a Children’s Book After All

Once upon a time, an author looked out the window of his writing shack. The things you see when you look out of the window of your writing cabin. 3 in a series (previously: deer, chipmunks) pic.twitter.com/lmVfRlZJDh — Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) July 2, 2015 @neilhimself Neil, I've had a lot happen this year. You're not […]

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The Big Idea: S.K. Dunstall

There’s what we know, and what we used to know — and sometimes the latter might be more valuable than the former. What does this have to do with the new novel, Linesman? S.K. Dunstall, the author(s), is ready to explain. S.K. DUNSTALL:  Two images—neither of which made it into Linesman —were precursors to this book. […]

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