The Book Riot Podcast, Episode #12: Who Moved My Cheese That I Learned About In Kindergarten While I Was Eating Soup for My Soul?

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The Book Riot Podcast, Episode #11: Who Moved My Cheese That I Learned About In Kindergarten While I Was Eating Soup for My Soul?

Jeff and Rebecca talk about books people pretend to have read, the most popular books of 2013, digital comics, book bundles, some interesting new books, and much more. This episode is sponsored by Brilliance by Marcus Sakey.

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Links discussed in the show:

Follow-up: JK Rowling on the selection of her pen name

Follow-up: Harper Lee’s courtroom battle for MOCKINGBIRD copyright

Follow-up: Apple’s fine for price-fixing

Books You Pretend to Have Read

Byliner’s new iPad app matches readers w/ stories based on how much time they have 

Growth of digital comics delivery

Goodreads passes 20 million users, 25 million reviews, doubles in last year

Goodreads’ most popular books of 2013

Tomely offers pay-what-you-want, DRM-free ebook bundles, proceeds to charity

Adorable 8- and 10-year-old cousins write a book of rules for life during NaNoWriMo, just got publishing deal

Veronica Mars books

The Omnivore Launches Literary Dating Service: Pin-Up

Saving Mr. Banks Official Trailer

Graphic novel sequel to Fight Club

FIFTY SHADES OF GREY in the style of Dr. Seuss 

New Books Discussed in the Show

& Sons by David Gilbert

Grumpy Cat: A Grumpy Book

Mr. Darcy’s Guide to Courtship


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