Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Milo, Hitler's Mein Kampf and other Book News (Jan 4 2017)

Leslie Jones Rips Simon & Schuster for Publishing Book by White Nationalist Troll Milo Yiannopoulos

Chicago lit review editor talks 'imperfect solution' to Yiannopoulos book deal

UK publishers shy away from 'alt-right' star Milo Yiannopoulos
Despite a big-money deal in the US for the Breitbart journalist’s memoir, major UK publishers say they are likely to refuse ‘a toxic book’

MILO Book Rockets to Top of Amazon Political Humor Category, Beats The Daily Show Book

Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' becomes German bestseller

Banning Mein Kampf

Man who writes in rhyme has launched daily news blog

Trump's book 'Art of the Deal' is a bestseller again

Color us amazed: Adult coloring book craze is here to stay

This Book Designer Redesigned The Bible As A Novel

Amazon list of 2016’s best-selling books proves ‘the power of Potter is still strong’

JK Rowling confirms she's writing two new novels

Meet the elite group of authors who sell 100 million books - or 350 million

Wall Street Journal's best-selling books

10 Business Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read in 2017

Forget ‘Pat the Bunny.’ My Child Is Reading Hemingway.

New Book Exposes How EPA Distorts Science To Fit Its Political Goals

Pensioner launches campaign to save 'Dracula' castle from development
[Joe Allan wants Slains Castle, in Aberdeenshire, to be saved for the people of Scotland. Bram Stoker was inspired by the castle when he wrote parts of Dracula while on holiday nearby.]

Carrie Fisher's books become best sellers after her death

The real horror of ‘Frankenstein:’ Human extinction

Ultra-rare Jane Austen £5 note found in Christmas card in Scottish Borders

Arthur Conan Doyle revealed: 5 things you didn't know about Sherlock Holmes's creator

7 crime novels from 2016 you need to read

Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is related to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Jane Austen to appear on both the £2 coin and £10 note to mark the 200th anniversary of her death

Banned Books: Giving Up White Male Authors
[One day, a friend and I were talking about books, and she said, "I’m kind of trying not to read things by white men.]

10 Books to Read If You Love True Crime

Six true crime books about lesser-known, suspected serial killers


Hidden gems of 2016: the best books you may have missed

Florida Librarians Create Fake Patron to Keep Books

A new bookstore opens in North Carolina; a Connecticut bookstore expands with podcasts; one of the country’s smallest bookstores goes on the market; and more.

'Rude' shopowner branded 'bookseller from hell'

Long Unseen By Readers, H.G. Wells Ghost Story Finally Debuts In Print

Book News: For A Deeper Sleep, Forgo The E-Reader Before Bed

Barnes & Noble, Microsoft Part Ways Over The Nook

USA Today’s Kelly Lawler Falsely Brands MILO as ‘White Nationalist,’ ‘Racist,’ and ‘Alt Right’

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