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Narrator Interview: Karen White

July 22, 2014Erin Cosyn 0

One of the best things about the audiobook industry is the narrators and I don’t just mean for the obvious reasons. When I was at Book Expo America in May, I was privileged to spend some time in the community of audiobook narrators, and I do mean community. This is a group of people who […]

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The July To-Read Pile

July 8, 2014Erin Cosyn 0

Due to technical difficulties (namely, I can’t read a calendar), the August To-Read pile was posted last month instead of July’s. The good news is, the titles on this list are out now (or will be in another week or two), which means less waiting for you! See, I’m always looking out for my fellow […]

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Narrator Interview: Nicola Barber

June 24, 2014Colleen Tsironis 0

I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Nicola Barber, a two-time Audie Award Winner and 2013 Audie nominee for Call the Midwife. Since 2010, Nicola has narrated over 130 audiobooks.  In between narrating projects, her voice over work includes national TV for Coca-Cola, promotional videos for Pampers and Skype, national radio spots for Hilton […]

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Industry News: Hachette v. Amazon

June 18, 2014Marika Gofman 0

It seems as though every year there is a dispute between a large retailer and publishers—last year it was B&N versus Simon & Schuster, this year it’s Amazon versus Hachette. As one of the Big 5 publishers, Hachette publishes blockbuster authors like James Patterson, David Sedaris, Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling’s pen name), Michael Connelly, Malcolm […]

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Narrator Interview: Hillary Huber

June 13, 2014Erin Cosyn 0

While I was at BEA last month I had the chance to catch up with several narrators, a warm and welcoming bunch who seem to all be genuinely passionate about their craft. Here, I talk to Hillary Huber, a veteran narrator with nearly 200 titles to her credit, an Audie Award finalist, AudioFile Earphones Award […]

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The August To-Read Pile

June 2, 2014Erin Cosyn 0

Every month we winnow the hundreds of upcoming titles down to the few that we’re most excited to listen to. It’s a tough job, but somebody’s gotta do it. Here’s what the Tattle team will be listening to this August! Lucky Us by Amy Bloom As both a National Book Award and National Book Critics […]

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Better World Books

May 30, 2014Colleen Tsironis 0

Too many books?  I realize there is no such thing … unless you are moving and have used up the good will of friends who have lifted one box of books too many.  Or maybe you’ve run out of shelving and decide you really can part with that dog-eared Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3D paperback, […]

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My 20 Stages of Reading

May 28, 2014Erin Cosyn 0

The Tattle team is at Book Expo America this week, but we have a couple of light-hearted posts planned for you. I love this cartoon series from Lynda Barry, The 20 Stages of Reading! It brought back so many memories. I was at a dinner party in the early days of eReaders where one of […]

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Author Interview: Rufi Thorpe

May 22, 2014Erin Cosyn 0

Last week we reviewed The Girls from Corona del Mar and Shotgun Lovesongs. This week we have interviews from both of these debut novelists. Read on for Rufi Thorpe’s thoughts on female friendship, young motherhood, and Western medicine. If you missed our interview with Shotgun Lovesongs author Nickolas Butler, check it out here for his thoughts […]

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