The Book Riot Podcast, #39: An Inexhaustible Vortex of Narrative

Jeff O'Neal

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Jeff O'Neal is the executive editor of Book Riot and Panels. He also co-hosts The Book Riot Podcast. Follow him on Twitter: @thejeffoneal.


The Book Riot Podcast, #39: An Inexhaustible Vortex of Narrative

The week, Jeff and Rebecca talk Harrymione-gate, Dutch ebook piracy, ad-subsidized books, silent reading parties, new books, and more. This episode is sponsored by Audible.com.

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Links discussed in the show:

J.K. Rowling says Harry and Hermione Should Have Ended Up Together

Follow-up: Veronica Mars and G.I. Joe added to Kindle Worlds licensed characters for fan fic

Book Riot Reading Habits Survey

Sony exits North American ebook business, gives customers to Kobo

Netherlands and book piracy

Ads for free books?

Seattle hotel bar hosts silent reading parties


New books discussed in the show:

By Blood We Live by Glen Duncan

One More Thing by BJ Novak

New in Paperback:

The Flamethrowers by Rachel Kushner

The Woman Upstairs by Claire Messud

The Miniature Wife by Manuel Gonzales

The Love Song of Jonny Valentine by Teddy Wayne


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