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8 Book Characters You Wish Could Run for President
Posted by Hayley on November 05, 2016


Election season is almost over in America. Whether you're helping to choose our 45th president or not (hello, reader friends from other countries!), we invite you to take a brief step away from the world of actual politics and enter the world of fictional politics.

We asked on Facebook and Twitter: If you could nominate a fictional book character as president, who would you pick? Your top answers are below. Who would get your vote?


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GANDALF
The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien

Potential running mates: Galadriel, Frodo Baggins, Treebeard, Dumbledore (magical crossover edition)


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ATTICUS FINCH
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Potential running mates: Anyone who reminds voters that he is not the Atticus from Go Set a Watchman


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DAENERYS TARGARYEN
A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R. Martin

Potential running mates: Tyrion Lannister, Asha/Yara Greyjoy, Drogon the dragon


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ROLAND DESCHAIN
The Dark Tower series by Stephen King

Potential running mates: Susan Delgado, Alain Johns, Cuthbert Allgood


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HAVELOCK VETINARI
Discworld series by Terry Pratchett

Potential running mates: Leonard of Quirm, Moist von Lipwig, Sam Vimes (against Sam Vimes's wishes)


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MATILDA WORMWOOD
Matilda by Roald Dahl

Potential running mates: Miss Honey or Encyclopedia Brown (smarty-pants crossover edition)


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ZAPHOD BEEBLEBROX
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

Potential running mates: Veet Voojagig, Tricia/Trillian, Ford Perfect, Marvin the paranoid android


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HERMIONE GRANGER
Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

Potential running mates: Luna Lovegood, Professor McGonagall, Harry Potter, Kingsley Shacklebolt


Which book character would win your vote? Let's talk fictional politics in the comments!
(Image credit: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone l The Harry Potter Alliance l Goodreads)

Love YA? Goodreads Deals Now Includes Young Adult Books!
Posted by Katie on November 02, 2016

Goodreads Deals keeps expanding and now includes one of our most popular genres: Young Adult. If you’re someone who loves to read books like Eleanor & Park, Cinder and The Maze Runner (all books we’ve featured in Goodreads Deals), sign up below to get up to 80% off Young Adult ebooks every day.

YA joins our growing list of Goodreads Deals genres. Make sure you never miss a deal on a book you’ll love when you sign up for additional categories, including:

  • Bestsellers
  • Mystery & Thrillers
  • Fantasy & Sci-Fi
  • Romance
  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction
  • Young Adult



If you're already a Goodreads Deals subscriber, get Young Adult deals here.

Check out a few noteworthy Young Adult deals, available now:


Goodreads Deals are selected for you based on your Goodreads profile. If there's an exceptional ebook deal for a book on your Want to Read shelf, we'll let you know. (It's another great reason to keep your Want to Read list on Goodreads updated!) And, if one of the authors you follow has a not-to-be-missed promotion on an ebook, we'll make sure you don't miss out.



Here are some tips on how to get the most out of Goodreads Deals:

How do I make sure I get notified about more deals on books and authors I'm interested in?

Make sure to add books to your Want to Read shelf and follow authors you like to increase your chances of discovering deals on ebooks that interest you. (On Goodreads, to search for authors you like, go to their Author Page and click "Follow.")

When will Goodreads Deals be available for my preferred genre?

Our goal is to expand into more genres as quickly as we can. We introduced Fiction and Nonfiction in October, and we’re expanding to Young Adult today. Goodreads Deals are now available in our most popular genres: Bestsellers, Mystery & Thrillers, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Romance, Fiction, Nonfiction, and Young Adult. Stay tuned for more!

How do I buy the ebooks in Goodreads Deals?

You have the option to purchase from Kindle Store, Apple iBooks, Barnes & Noble Nook, Google Play, and Kobo stores.

Is Goodreads Deals only for U.S. members?

Yes, Goodreads Deals is currently only available in the U.S. We don’t have details to share on when Goodreads Deals will be available in other countries, but our goal is to provide deals to as many of our members as soon as possible.

Happy Reading!

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Time to Vote! Announcing the Nominees of the 2016 Goodreads Choice Awards
Posted by Cybil on October 28, 2016

Vote now in the Opening Round! »

Your vote counts! We need your help selecting the best books of the year during the 2016 Goodreads Choice Awards, our eighth-annual event where readers select the best-of-the-best books across 20 categories.

As you've rated your favorite books of 2016, we've been paying attention. We've analyzed the data from the hundreds of millions of books added, rated, and reviewed this year to determine which books made the cut in our Opening Round. These 300 initial nominees have a combined average rating of 4.11 stars and have been added on Goodreads more than 5.3 million times.

Starting today, you can choose among 15 top-rated books in each of the categories including Fiction, Historical Fiction, Mystery & Thriller, Young Adult Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction, Nonfiction, and Debut Goodreads Author. If you don't see your favorite in a category, we also accept write-in votes during this round only! There are three rounds of voting. The Opening Round lasts until November 6; these results determine which books make it into the Semifinals. We also know how passionate you are about your favorites, so there are plenty of ways to share your picks on social media as well—#GoodreadsChoice.

Opening Round (November 1 until November 6) Head to the Goodreads Choice Awards page and start voting! You have the option to vote for one of the nominees or write-in a book of your choice. A head's up—only books released between November 16, 2015 and November 15, 2016 can be considered.

Semifinal Round (November 8 until November 13) Similar to the opening round, you can vote for one book in each category. There are 20 nominees, the 15 from the previous round and the top five write-ins for each category.

Final Round (November 15 until November 27) This is it; the final round of votes! You can vote for 1 out of the 10 top voted nominees in each category. The winners in all categories will be announced on December 6! Cue the confetti! So, what are you waiting for?

Vote for the best books of 2016! »
New and Terrifying Books to Get You Ready for Halloween
Posted by Catherine on October 27, 2016

Halloween is upon us and things are getting a bit spooky. But what if you're still not feeling it?

Don't worry, we've found some new ways to terrify you. There's plenty of time to read yourself into a frightened frame of mind. Goodreads has selected some just released or soon-to-be-published dark and thrilling books perfect for All Hallows' Eve.

Fiction
Certain Dark Things
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Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis
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The Ice Beneath Her
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The Secret Life of Souls
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Young Adult
Fear the Drowning Deep
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The Women in the Walls
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Labyrinth Lost
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Weregirl

Nonfiction
Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life
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Ghostland
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A Season with the Witch
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America's Most Haunted Houses
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Want to find a classic tale of terror? Check out these 16 books that will give you nightmares.

And we want to know: What was the last book you read that scared you so effectively, it kept you reading all night…with the lights on? Tell us in the comments.

What's New This Week: 7 Great Books Hitting Shelves Today
Posted by Hayley on October 25, 2016

Need another excuse to go to the bookstore this week? We've got seven! Bulk up your Want to Read shelf with these brand-new standalone titles.


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Unmentionable: The Victorian Lady's Guide to Sex, Marriage, and Manners
by Therese Oneill

You should read this book if you like: Nonfiction, "scandalously honest (yet never crass)" history, the Victorian era, illustrations, irreverent humor


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The Whistler
by John Grisham

You should read this book if you like: Legal thrillers, whistleblowers, fighting for justice, deadly stakes, mafias, corruption in Florida



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If I Fix You
by Abigail Johnson

You should read this book if you like: YA contemporary fiction, girls who fix cars (and relationships), coming-of-age stories, finding inner strength



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Secret Service Dogs: The Heroes Who Protect the President of the United States
by Maria Goodavage

You should read this book if you like: Quirky history, brave animals, the Secret Service, heroes that enjoy locating explosives and playing fetch



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Certain Dark Things
by Silvia Moreno Garcia and Navah Wolfe

You should read this book if you like: Urban fantasy, jaded monsters, South America, the Aztecs, vampire warfare, horror


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Al Capone: His Life, Legacy, and Legend
by Deirdre Bair

You should read this book if you like: Biographies, true crime, legendary gangsters, National Book Award-winning biographers, bootlegging



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If the Magic Fits
Written by Sherry Thomas and illustrated by Lissy Marlin

You should read this book if you like: Middle-grade fiction, fairy tale adventure, enchanted castles, magical transformations, critter sidekicks


BONUS: The wait is over—check out four of the buzziest sequels coming out today!

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High Heat
by Richard Castle

The eighth book in Nikki Heat mystery series!
(Start off the series with Heat Wave.)


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Kept
by Maya Banks

The third book in The Enforcers romance series!
(Start off the series with Mastered.)


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Blood Mirror
by Brent Weeks

The fourth book in the Lightbringer fantasy series!
(Start off the series with The Black Prism.)


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The Obsidian Chamber
by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

The sixteenth installment in the Pendergast thriller series!
(Start off the series with Relic.)



What are you reading this week? Let's talk books in the comments!


20 Audiobooks Read by Your Favorite Celebrities
Posted by Hayley on October 21, 2016



Sometimes a familiar voice is all that's needed to draw you into a story; there's a certain comfort that comes from listening to a bestseller being read by someone you know. And, yes, that usually means a movie star. Whether it's Reese Witherspoon hamming up her Southern drawl in Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman or Jeremy Irons lending his commanding chops to Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita, the cinematic voices that abound in this audiobook roundup demand your attention (as well as your ear). You'll find that these celebrities tend to favor the classics, but there are a few newer titles in the mix, too—namely Keith Richards' Life, as read by Johnny Depp. Who could pass that one up? Check out the rest of the picks and, while you're at it, explore our new audiobooks page, brought to you by Audible.


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Go Set a Watchmen
Written by Harper Lee
Narrated by Reese Witherspoon (Walk the Line, Wild)




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A Rage in Harlem
Written by Chester Himes
Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction, The Hateful Eight)




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The Great Gatsby
Written by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Narrated by Jake Gyllenhaal (Donnie Darko, Nightcrawler)




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The Member of the Wedding
Written by Carson McCullers
Narrated by Susan Sarandon (Thelma & Louise, Dead Man Walking)




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Jane Eyre
Written by Charlotte Bronte
Narrated by Thandie Newton (The Pursuit of Happyness, Beloved)




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The End of the Affair
Written by Graham Green
Narrated by Colin Firth (The King's Speech, A Single Man)




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Life
Written by Keith Richards
Narrated by Johnny Depp (Edward Scissorhands, Alice in Wonderland)




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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Written by L. Frank Baum
Narrated by Anne Hathaway (The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar)




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Lolita
Written by Vladimir Nabokov
Narrated by Jeremy Irons (The Man in the Iron Mask, The Lion King)




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Mrs. Dalloway
Written by Virginia Woolf
Narrated by Annette Bening (American Beauty, The Kids Are All Right)




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Pride and Prejudice
Written by Jane Austen
Narrated by Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl, Jack Reacher)




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Being There
Written by Jerzy Kosinski
Narrated by Dustin Hoffman (Rain Man, Tootsie)




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Matilda
Written by Roald Dahl
Narrated by Kate Winslet (Titanic, The Reader)




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The Sheltering Sky
Written by Paul Bowles
Narrated by Jennifer Connelly (Requiem for a Dream, A Beautiful Mind)




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Fahrenheit 451
Written by Ray Bradbury
Narrated by Tim Robbins (The Shawshank Redemption, Mystic River)




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To the Lighthouse
Written by Virginia Woolf
Narrated by Nicole Kidman (Moulin Rouge!, The Others)




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The Bell Jar
Written by Sylvia Plath
Narrated by Maggie Gyllenhaal (Secretary, White House Down)




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Slouching Towards Bethlehem
Written by Joan Didion
Narrated by Diane Keaton (Annie Hall, The Godfather)




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Breakfast at Tiffany's
Written by Truman Capote
Narrated by Michael C. Hall (Dexter, Six Feet Under)




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The Human Comedy
Written by William Saroyan
Narrated by Meg Ryan (Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally)





Have a favorite audiobook and narrator pairing? Share it with us in the comments! Then check out Goodreads' new audiobooks page, brought to you by Audible.





16 Books That Will Give You Nightmares
Posted by Hayley on October 21, 2016


This Halloween, skip the haunted houses and scare yourself silly with a book. We asked on Facebook and Twitter: What frightening read could give a reader nightmares? If you dare, try out one of the top answers. We suggest finding a dark, dank place and lighting a single candle (or turning on a single book light). Those menacing bumps and whines and scrapes you hear as you crack open your book? Probably nothing. Definitely not a clown crawling toward you or a ghost trapped in the walls. Be careful out there, readers. Something spine-tingling this way comes….


It
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Wait Till Helen Comes
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The Exorcist
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A Head Full of Ghosts
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House of Leaves
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Coraline
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Sharp Objects
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I Remember You
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The Silence of the Lambs
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Comes the Blind Fury
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The Amityville Horror
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The Winter People
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The Turn of the Screw
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The Haunting of Sunshine Girl
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Helter Skelter
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The Summer of Night
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What book has sent the biggest chill down your spine? Is It really Stephen King's creepiest read? Talk scary books with us in the comments!
(Image credit: Book cover for The Silence of the Lambs.)
What's New This Week: 7 Great Books Hitting Shelves Today
Posted by Hayley on October 18, 2016

Need another excuse to go to the bookstore this week? We've got seven! Bulk up your Want to Read shelf with these brand-new standalone titles.


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Paris for One and Other Stories
by Jojo Moyes

You should read this book if you like: Contemporary fiction, short story collections, traveling abroad, heartwarming adventures, finding yourself


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The Secret History of Twin Peaks
Everyday Disasters and Impending Doom

by Mark Frost

You should read this book if you like: Mystery, the mythology of the landmark television series Twin Peaks, horror, small towns with big secrets



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The Tunnels:
Escapes Under the Berlin Wall—and the Historic Films the JFK White House Tried to Kill

by Greg Mitchell

You should read this book if you like: Nonfiction, Cold War history, spy thrillers, for-your-eyes-only documents, daring escape missions



The Magnolia Story
by Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines

You should read this book if you like: Nonfiction, autobiographies, HGTV and Fixer Upper, entrepreneurs, renovation projects, inspiring couples



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The Starlit Words: New Fairy Tales
Edited by Dominik Parisien and Navah Wolfe

You should read this book if you like: Fantasy, fairy tale retellings, anthologies from award-winning writers, genre-bending explorations


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Royally Screwed
by Emma Chase

You should read this book if you like: Contemporary romance, royals behaving badly, feisty commoners, hot princes, paparazzi shenanigans


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A Study in Scarlet Women
by Sherry Thomas

You should read this book if you like: Historical fiction, Victorian London, the idea of a female Sherlock Holmes, murder mysteries



BONUS: The wait is over—check out four of the buzziest sequels coming out today!

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Gemina
by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

The second book in The Illuminae Files YA sci-fi saga!
(Start off the series with Illuminae.)


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Escape Clause
by John Sandford

The ninth installment in the Virgil Flowers mystery series!
(Start off the series with Dark of the Moon.)


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The Boy Is Back
by Meg Cabot

The fourth book in the Boy chick lit series!
(Start off the series with The Boy Next Door.)


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Pharaoh
by Wilbur Smith

The sixth installment in the Ancient Egypt historical fiction series!
(Start off the series with River God.)



What are you reading this week? Let's talk books in the comments!


What's New This Week: 7 Great Books Hitting Shelves Today
Posted by Hayley on October 11, 2016

Need another excuse to go to the bookstore this week? We've got seven! Bulk up your Want to Read shelf with these brand-new standalone titles.


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The Mothers
by Brit Bennett

You should read this book if you like: Literary fiction, lyrical prose, stories about community, the power of "what if," Southern California


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In the Land of Giants: A Journey Through the Dark Ages
by Max Adams

You should read this book if you like: Nonfiction, medieval history, travelogues, Roman Britain, walking tours, tales of knights and kings



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Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil
by Melina Marchetta

You should read this book if you like: Mysteries, troubled cops who bring their baggage to work, thrilling page-turners, the intricacies of injustice


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What Light
by Jay Asher

You should read this book if you like: YA contemporary fiction, first love, Christmas tree farms, stories of heartbreak and hope, not-so-bad bad boys



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Hag-Seed
by Margaret Atwood

You should read this book if you like: Literary fiction, Shakespeare retellings, theatre productions, dark mischief, metaphorical and literal storms



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A Life in Parts
by Bryan Cranston

You should read this book if you like: Nonfiction, memoirs, Breaking Bad and Malcolm in the Middle, bumpy paths to fame, the power of hard work


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The Blind Astronomer's Daughter
by John Pipkin

You should read this book if you like: Historical fiction, astronomy, 18th century Ireland, quests for knowledge, solving cryptic clues



BONUS: The wait is over—check out four of the buzziest sequels coming out today!

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Precious and Grace
by Alexander McCall Smith

The seventeenth installment in the No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency mystery series!
(Start off the series with The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency.)


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The Midnight Star
by Marie Lu

The conclusion to The Young Elites trilogy!
(Start off the series with The Young Elites.)


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Beard Science
by Penny Reid

The third book in the Winston Brothers romance series!
(Start off the series with Truth or Beard.)


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Crimson Death
by Laurell K. Hamilton

The twenty-fifth installment in the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter paranormal fantasy series!
(Start off the series with Guilty Pleasure.)



What are you reading this week? Let's talk books in the comments!


Celebrate Self-Published Authors on Indie Author Day
Posted by Danny on October 07, 2016

October 8 is Indie Author Day and to mark the occasion, we're celebrating independent authors and the books that have put them on the map. We reached out to self-publishing platforms Smashwords, Outskirts Press, Lulu, Wheatmark, BookBaby, Kindle Direct Publishing, and Blurb to discuss each platform's biggest success stories and the books that continually top their bestseller lists. You may recognize a few of the books below (The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window was a Goodreads Choice Award nominee), but you'll likely discover something new, too! Find out why these books have worked well for each of the self-publishing platforms and be sure to check out Kindle Direct Publishing's Powered by Indie list while you're at it.


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Midnight Soul
by Kristen Ashley

Self Publishing Platform: Smashwords. Jim Acevedo, Smashwords' marketing manager, told us that [Kristen] "quit her day job to become a full-time author before her books started breaking out. [She] spent 16-hour days perfecting her craft, updating her website and growing her fanbase via social media."


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The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window
by Kirsty Moseley

Self Publishing Platform: Smashwords. Acevedo said that "[Kirsty] "experimented" with sharing one of her stories on Wattpad and ended up gaining 7 million reads. Her self-published debut novel, The Boy Who Sneaks in My Window, was a 2012 Goodreads Choice Award finalist, Best YA Fiction. She's one of [Smashwords] most consistent top performers."


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Letters, to the Men I Have Loved
by Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol

Self Publishing Platform: Outskirts Press. Elizabeth Javor, director of sales and corporate marketing at Outskirts, heralded this book as "a passionate exploration of poetic love. Letters, to the Men I Have Loved is a perennial monthly bestseller by actress, poet, and Instagram celebrity Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol."


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What She Feels
by Chidozie Osuwa

Self Publishing Platform: Outskirts Press. Javor told us that "another frequent entry on the Outskirts Press monthly bestseller list is this poetic volume of inspiration and emotion from Nigeria-born-turned-Baltimore mainstay Chidozie Osuwa."


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Chop Wood Carry Water
by Joshua Medcalf

Self Publishing Platform: Lulu. Jessica Carswell, social media marketing manager at Lulu, loves that Joshua's self-help book was packaged as a "coming-of-age story in which a young man learns to get out of his own way in order to achieve his goals."


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The Anatomy of Being
by Shinji Moon

Self Publishing Platform: Lulu. Carswell said that "Traditional publishers are not taking many chances on poetry these days...poets have recently discovered both a new home and big financial rewards by independently publishing and distributing their work."


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The Enabler
by Angelyn Miller

Self Publishing Platform: Wheatmark. Grael Norton, director of marketing at Wheatmark, explained that this book "was originally published by [traditional publishing houses, but] has sold more than 40,000 copies since [Wheatmark] republished it, which goes to show that books that help people solve the challenges in their lives will often find great success."


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Motivating the Middle
by T.J. Sullivan

Self Publishing Platform: Wheatmark. Norton told us that "T.J. Sullivan has a successful speakers bureau for folks who speak at colleges and universities. This is a classic example of publishing a book into a well-defined "author platform" that the author has spent years developing prior to publishing."


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The Silent Silhouettes
by Sarah Jessica Curtis

Self Publishing Platform: BookBaby. BookBaby was the platform of choice for Sarah Jessica Curtis, who was just 14 years old when she finished the book. Curtis researched other, traditional publishing platforms but felt like BookBaby "was the perfect place to go."


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Colors of Immortality
by J.M. Muller

Self Publishing Platform: BookBaby. Tom Laverty, BookBaby's business development manager, told us that J.M Muller is one of the platform's bestselling authors and that Colors of Immortality is "having success in both print and eBook formats."


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Maude
by Donna Mabry

Self Publishing Platform: Kindle Direct Publishing. As of 2015, Maude was the top nonfiction Kindle Direct Publishing book of all time. Adrian Liang, senior editor of Trade Books at Amazon, says "if you read and liked Hillbilly Elegy, try Maude."


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A Light Bulb Symphony
by Phil Kaye

Self Publishing Platform: Blurb. Kent Hall, marketing manager at Blurb, noted that A Light Bulb Symphony is "the first book of poetry by Project VOICE founder Phil Kaye. It's one of [Blurb's] top sellers and [their] best-selling poetry book.



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