Tuesday, July 11, 2017

The Strange Death of Europe, Milo and Other Books in the News (July 11 2017)

Best-selling author of 'Who Moved My Cheese?' dies at 78
Spencer Johnson, a onetime physician and children's book author, whose best-selling books on business management, including "The One-Minute Manager" and "Who Moved My Cheese?," sold millions of copies and inspired a cultlike following, died July 3 at a hospital in Encinitas, Calif. He was 78.

Milo Yiannopoulos sues Simon & Schuster for $10 million over canceled book deal
Yiannopoulos published the book himself on July 4. On Friday afternoon, it was the No. 3 top seller on Amazon.com.

S&S 'expects to prevail' against $10m Yiannopoulos lawsuit

Burning books, hijabi strippers and Hillary in a dunk tank: A Dangerous liaison in New York with Milo Yiannopoulos 

Milo Yiannopoulos’ self-published book ‘Dangerous’ hits No. 1 at Amazon, author plans rally
Author, gadfly and gay provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos self-published his new book “Dangerous” on Independence Day. It is now the No. 1 best-seller on Amazon, for now besting such popular books as Mark Levin’s “Rediscovering Americanism” and J.D. Vance’s “Hillbilly Elegy.”

Jane Austen Loved Guilty Pleasure Reads, Just Like We Do
More evidence that if she’d lived today, she’d be a star “Bachelor” live-tweeter.

The Word Choices That Explain Why Jane Austen Endures
Two hundred years after her death, Jane Austen commands a cultural empire — fan fiction, adaptations, merchandise — with her six novels at the center. It raises the question: Why her, as opposed to someone else?

What the Alt-Right Learned from the Left
Angela Nagle's new book "Kill All Normies" looks at how the alt-right stole its language and tactics from some unexpected places.

2m Aussies have the bible on their mobiles as leaders gather on beaches
MORE than two million Aussies have a digital Bible on their mobile phones, ­according to a former Manly web expert.

Another Mark Levin Best-Seller Spiked
American exceptionalism is on trial, and one man is pleading for her to regain her senses. Mark Levin's new runaway best-seller, "Rediscovering Americanism," somberly argues that the American experiment is over if the "tyranny of progressivism" is not defeated.

Bookstores holding their own against digital onslaught
Amid the ongoing dirge for businesses the internet has decimated, books occupy a special place. From the parchments of the ancient Greeks to the Gutenberg Bible to the worldwide spread of lending libraries, books were arguably one of the primary engines of civilization's growth, spreading knowledge and delight to humanity.

$12,000 in comic books stolen from Wilmington store
Among the stolen books are the first Iron Man comic, the first Justice League of America, Walking Dead Number 1, a 1932 comic featuring the first appearance of Conan the Barbarian and Incredible Hulk Vol. 1, signed by comics icon Stan Lee. Sullivan said inventory is ongoing at the store to see what other items were stolen, but those books alone are worth $12,000.

Douglas Murray's new book confronts the Islamization of Europe.
The Strange Death of Europe's 320 densely-packed pages open with four irrefutable words: "Europe is committing suicide."
In his book “The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam,” Murray points out that these attitudes existed long before the migrant crisis. But this didn’t stop European politicians from insisting that immigration was a good in and of itself, which is why they have been importing more and more people since the 1990s.
Murray argues that this is a colossal betrayal — not only have the wishes of the peoples of Europe been spurned for decades, but the “multicultural fantasy” has also proven to be a wretched failure.

The Manchester Attack and the Death of Europe
A new book by Douglas Murray sheds light on the passivity and exhaustion that characterized the recent terror attack in the U.K.

The Strange Death of Europe
"...this is a deeply dissatisfying book. Mr. Murray sees what is at stake; migration is as ruthless as war."

The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam
The Strange Death of Europe – a Number 1 Bestseller in the United Kingdom – is a highly personal account of a continent and culture caught in the act of suicide.

The myth of the Andalusian paradise
Often we hear of a Golden Age in Spain when Muslims were tolerant of Jews and Christians, civilization flourished, and people of the three great Abrahamic religions lived in harmony. 

Waking Up With New Atheist author Sam Harris #59 - Friend & Foe (with Maajid Nawaz)
'What is the f**king point of having more Muslims in your society?'

Five Writers Who Could Be the Next Stephen King
According to the popular writer, there are novels out there that have actually scared the master of fright. Here are five writers who could be the next Stephen King.

15 Most Screwed Up Relationships In Comic Books

Amazon Takes Down Best-selling Book on Palestinian History Containing Only Blank Pages
The book of 132 pages was the 341st most sold book on the online retail giant's website before its sale was halted

Paddington Bear author Michael Bond dies aged 91
Creator of marmalade-loving bear from Peru, whose last story was published in April, has died after a short illness

Government seeking to 'enforce the Islamist agenda'

Then-candidate 'didn't want to take pictures with any more soldiers'

Feminist Author: 'Have You Killed Any Men Today? And if Not, Why Not?'
The disturbing message surfaced just one day after Ford announced she had signed another book contract, this time for Boys Will Be Boys, a book that will focus on “toxic masculinity and the bonds of brotherhood that are used to codify male power, access and protection,” according to her book announcement.

Why Do We Remember Some Books And Forget Others?
It's about tapping into something that is terrible yet possible.

New Pepe comic planned because you can't keep a good frog down
Artist Matt Furie is raising money on Kickstarter to resurrect a beloved comic frog who was hijacked by online trolls. What a short, strange trip it’s been.

The Beatles' Yellow Submarine is getting a 50th anniversary comic book adaptation

E-reader Sales Slack as Paper Books Reclaim Market Share
If you have an e-reader collecting dust on a bookshelf somewhere, forgotten in the same place you’ve had it tucked for the last umpteen months, you’re not alone. Recent data from the Publisher’s Association indicate a major market trend back toward treeware, as ebook and e-reader sales continue to slump from their 2011 peak.

'Screen fatigue' sees UK ebook sales plunge 17% as readers return to print
Britons are abandoning the ebook at an alarming rate with sales of consumer titles down almost a fifth last year, as “screen fatigue” helped fuel a five-year high in printed book sales.

Joan Lee, Wife of Marvel Comics Legend Stan Lee, Dies at 95
The pair, who met when the Marvel boss was supposed to take her friend on a date, were married for 69 years.

Swedish Library Bans Factual Book on Immigration, Says Contents are ‘Contrary to Human Rights’
A library in Sweden’s capital is refusing to stock Kurdish economist Tino Sanandaji’s “sincere and evidence-driven analysis” of the country’s immigration policy because the book ‘supports racism’.

Author of Book on Islamic Terror: ‘UCLA Banned My Book From Free Speech Event’
Administrators at UCLA’s law school allowed student protestors to block an invited author from selling his book about Islamic terrorism at a university seminar about free speech, according to the author.

Ronald Reagan, Working Class Hero: New Book Speaks Loudly to Donald Trump’s America

The Yellow Press, the Fake News of 100 Years Ago
For a while the liberty of the Press seemed justified. It is justified no longer. The licence which it assumed has led to far worse evils than those which it was designed to prevent.

Was Dickens Really a Socialist?

Early Van Halen Manager to Tell All in New Book
The manager who took care of Van Halen’s early years has promised to present a no-holds-barred account of the band’s rise to fame in an upcoming book.

Clinton campaign tell-all may become TV series

Amazon launches Amazon Charts to track bestselling books

eBooks vs. paper books: Which one is the best?
According to the Pew Research Center, 28 percent of Americans in 2015 had read an eBook in the past year. The site stated that this percentage has steadily increased within the past five years alone.

Ebooks Losing Their Lead Against Print, Says Infiniti Research
Ebooks have many advantages over their print counterparts, such as easy storage and portability, as well as a generally lower price. For some time, publishers and bookstores feared that ebooks would make print books obsolete, threatening to put many people out of business.

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