Tag Archives: bestsellers

Away for a Few Days Linkdump

I’ll be away for a few days and since I’m not sure about Internet availability, it may be until the middle of next week until I can post again. However, there will be photos when I’m back. But in the … Continue reading

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Sick of Summer Linkdump

Sorry for the lack of blogging these past two weeks, but I have not just been insanely busy ever since the summer holidays began, but I also caught a nasty summer flu bug last week and have been pretty sick. … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Linkdump

The 2013 Locus Awards finalists have been announced. Many good choices there, though the male dominance (four men and one woman) in the YA category is a bit depressing, especially since YA is heavily female dominated. But then, the four … Continue reading

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Decorating the Christmas Tree

I’m at my parents and spent most of tonight decorating the Christmas tree and wrapping presents. Since there are a lot of ornaments, some of them dating from the 1960s, that took a while. And even after I was finished, … Continue reading

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Dinosaurs, Bestsellers and Nebula Awards

First of all, Outlaw Love is a top three e-book bestseller and a top ten book (i.e. print and e-book combined) bestseller in the western category at Amazon Germany. For more, read this post at the Pegasus Pulp blog. Because … Continue reading

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Another Political Plagiarist, Bestsellers and Pulp Surrealism

We have another case of suspected plagiarism involving a German politician. This time the suspected plagiarist is Bernd Althusmann, secretary of culture and education in Lower Saxony and president of the conference of German state secretaries of education. Since I … Continue reading

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They all go to Walle

Since my Mom is on her own this weekend, I picked her up this morning and we drove out to Walle, a neighbourhood in West Bremen. First we visited Walle cemetery where my grandma (and grandfather and great-grandparents, but I … Continue reading

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Summer Holiday Linkdump

Bookforum has an interesting article about bestselling novels in America. The condescension dripping from parts of the article is a pity though, especially since it is so unnecessary. Never mind that the author is just plain wrong in many cases. … Continue reading

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Birthday Bestsellers

This is cool: The New York Times bestseller list, fiction and non-fiction for my birthday week. On the fiction list, there are only entries where I’ve never heard of either book or writer, Semi-Tough by Dan Jenkins at No. 7 … Continue reading

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