"Sounds like Laura Palmer went to UCLA and wrote melancholy love poems in her dorm."
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In a letter to Congress, the Author’s Guild, American Association of Publishers, and the American Booksellers Association warned that Amazon has become too powerful.
A... for Ayia Napa! B... for Boooooo!
The writer's captivating new book spans Greek mythology and Nigerian folklore. "This isn’t fluffy 'live, love, laugh' stuff," she says.
We spoke to the author about her debut novel, the fun of writing an unreliable narrator, and "an anonymous group of academics called the K-Hole Flirters".
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