Monthly Archives: April 2010

“Fortuna” by Michael Stevens

Computer whiz kid Jason Lind finds the online role-playing game Fortuna more addictive each time he logs in. Set in Renaissance Florence, the game is true to the lifestyles and economics of the time period. Lind is assigned the role … Continue reading

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Jessica Seinfeld wins NY culinary copycat claim

From the Associated Press: NEW YORK — Jerry Seinfeld’s wife did not copy a cookbook author when she released her own techniques for getting children to eat vegetables, a federal appeals court concluded Wednesday. In a written ruling issued just … Continue reading

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A book for “Dexter” fans

Fans of the Emmy-winning TV drama “Dexter” will now be able to read more about their favorite show. “Dexter: Investigating Cutting Edge Television” has been released by Palgrave Macmillan. Edited by Douglas L. Howard, the book includes a complete episode … Continue reading

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Beautify your coffee table

A good way to impress a house guest is to have a big book stuffed with beautiful photographs smack dab in the middle of your coffee table. But how to find a really gorgeous one? You could spend hours at … Continue reading

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Marilyn Monroe writings to be released this fall

From the Associated Press: NEW YORK — Musings about life, literature and other rarely seen writings by Marilyn Monroe will be published this fall. Farrar, Straus & Giroux announced Tuesday that “Fragments” would come out in October. Editor Courtney Hodell … Continue reading

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Carrie Bradshaw’s a teen in new book

From the Associated Press: NEW YORK — Before she grew up and became a Manhattan icon, Carrie Bradshaw was a small-town Connecticut girl who dreamed of becoming a writer, made interesting fashion choices and had a crush on a boy … Continue reading

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Michael Oher writing memoir

From the Associated Press The football star whose life inspired the book and movie “The Blind Side” is now telling his own story. Gotham Books announced Monday that Michael Oher’s “I Beat the Odds” will be published in February 2011. … Continue reading

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East Berlin couple write book on discipline

Bob and Elaine Lehman of East Berlin have written “Raise Civilized Kids! Bring Back Discipline.” They will have a book talk and signing from 1 to 3 p.m. May 22 at Borders Books & Music, 3515 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill. … Continue reading

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Best-sellers at Borders

Best-sellers at Borders Books & Music in Springettsbury Township for the week that ended April 18. 1. “Oprah: A Biography” by Kitty Kelley. 2. “Mike and Mike’s Rules For Sports” by Mike Greenberg. 3. “The Last Child” by John Hart. … Continue reading

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Relive the action at the OK Corral through words of York County author

York, Pa., based author Scott Butcher expands reach to the west, Wild West. See info about “Tombstone: Relieve the Gunfight at the OK Corral.”

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