Critical Linking: The Most Read Stories, March 17 – 23

Here are the most read stories from the last week in Critical Linking….

 

“The thing is, that these lies, these distortions, these fabrications, these untruths don’t make for a better story. They make for an easier one, a story with fewer thorns to swallow on the way down, a less complicated story.”

It takes a storyteller to call out a storyteller on their bullshit.

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“Before she turned to books, Collins, who has a background in theater, wrote children’s television shows for Nickelodeon.

Weird.

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“Harry Potter and the Filler of Big.”

All your YA-crossover hits are belong to us.

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“The paperback original, which is coming out on March 27, wound up at the DVD-distributor-cum-original-programmer, a rep for the book explained, in part because of the risqué source material.”

I know nothing about this book, but this is a development to watch.

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“Passion sells books.”

It does indeed.

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