Hey Authors, We’re Still Your Friend! or “You should see how much vinyl is in my basement”

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We talk about the New York Times’ article The Slow Death of the American Author by Scott Turow.  We debunk some of what Scott Turow said about libraries and our eBook lending model. We tell you what the true test of an author is (according to us). We talk about libraries, the eBook debacle, publishers and the future of publishing. If you want to hear two fired up librarians, listen in!

Also, exciting news about a new thing called “Game of Books” that’s coming soon. We give you the scoop!

Join our GoodReads discussion group.

Books we talk about: 

Force of Habit by Cash Peters

The Bartimeaus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud

Clockwork Princess by Cassandra  Clare

James Potter and the Hall of Elders’ Crossing by G. Norman Lippert

A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin 

Pinkalicious by Victoria Kann

Pete the Cat by Eric Litwin

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