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Now Playing Presents: Simon & Schuster Book Trailers

 Here are the top 10 book trailers COS Productions has done for publisher Simon & Schuster and their authors here on Now Playing! 1:28 Now playing   Red Rain by R.L....

Susan Rice to Publish Memoir

Former National Security Advisor to President Barack Obama and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan E. Rice will publish a memoir with Simon & Schuster, Tough Love: My Story of the Things...

The Laugh Doesn’t Stop Here – CEOs of Publishing Round Table at BEA Editorial by Sheila English

Allow me to set the stage. It's BEA 2018 and we're up at the big stage where every seat in the house is filled and the staff delays the start of the...

Motherless Days: Nora Raleigh Baskin on Children and Mothers Separated by Prison Bars

  We all love Orange is the New Black: It’s fierce, feminist, and fearless in its portrayals of complicated and real women. Gender and sexuality have been frequent show topics in the past, though...

STEPHEN KING’S DRUNKEN FIREWORKS TO BE AN AUDIO PUBLISHING EVENT

This July, CBS radio stations in conjunction with Simon and Schuster Audio and Play.It, will present an audio/online event featuring Stephen King's bestselling novel, Drunken Fireworks. Here are details from their press release: In...

Pocket Books Are Back as eBooks

Pocket (Star) Books, an iconic imprint of Simon & Schuster first released in 1939, is relaunching into the publishing world as an eBook imprint. Pocket Star eBooks are launching this spring and...
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SNEAK PEEK: THE ARTIST BY CHRISTIE STRATOS

THE ARTIST BY CHRISTIE STRATOS HISTORICAL SUSPENSE AT ITS BEST WITH THIS SHORT STORY WITHIN THE DARK VICTORIANA COLLECTION An ad in the newspaper. A Civil...

BOOK REVIEW: “SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS

“SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS Ashley Carter is a single mom (to Jason) and a Paleoanthropology Assistant Professor specializing in cliff-dwelling primatives. What in the world would the...

National Poetry Month, Sign Up for Knopf’s “Poem a Day”

The Academy of American Poets officially designated April as National Poetry Month beginning in 1996. This annual celebration highlights the extraordinary legacy and ongoing achievement of American poets...