Kindle Unlimited to Launch Internationally at Frankfurt Book Fair? (The Digital Reader)

There’s a new report going around today that Amazon will be expanding their ebook subscription service in the next couple months.

The Joys & Sorrows of Teaching Literature (Book Riot)

I found myself face-to-face with two discussion sections of college freshmen, waiting for me to tell them what they needed to know about The Turn of the Screw or The Yellow Wallpaper or Goodbye, Columbus. Pens were out, paper was blank, stares were blank/bored. Silence reigned in the classroom. I seriously didn’t know what to do.

Fast-selling ‘New Adult’ Genre Vying for Shelf Space in Bookstores (Globe & Mail)

Known as “new adult,” the genre features mainly university or college-aged protagonists dealing with early twenties life, in particular romance and sexual relationships.

Fantasy Authors Take on Ice Bucket Challenge (GalleyCat)

The video embedded above features Gaiman performing the act with assistance from a group of friends.

Kindle Daily Deal: Uniform Justice (and others)

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