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What a Book Shortage Means for You

The pandemic has made most of us armchair experts in fields as diverse as epidemiology and global shipping; we now, casually, toss around terms such as “efficacy” and “supply chain,” words that probably weren’t in most of our everyday vocabularies in February of 2020. Still, things like supply chains do matter, and one supply chain […]

Anne Clinard Barnhill Featured in Today’s “Shelf Awareness”

Today’s Shelf Awareness e-newsletter features an interview with author and NCWN member Anne Clinard Barnhill, who’s on tour right now promoting her new book, At the Mercy of the Queen (St. Martin’s, 2012). Author Diane Chamberlain interviewed Barnhill about her favorite independent bookstores. “I love bookstores,” said Anne. “Always have, always will. There is nothing more […]

A Double Dose . . .

. . . of good advice for writers: first, on the Zen-like aspects of writing; next, on things authors need to know when asking their local bookstore to carry their books, host their signings, etc. by by