Novels

The bestselling novel The Little Prince jumps from the pages of the storybook into the world of digital collectibles on the Veve app

Copyright 2021 PR Newswire. All rights reserved2021-09-17 Auckland, New Zealand, September 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – VeVe, the world’s largest mobile digital collectibles platform, has partnered with Medialink Animation International Limited, the wholly owned subsidiary of Medialink Group Limited (stock code 2230.hk) (together, “Medialink Group”) and the dynamic driving …

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Novel Bay adds to its shelves

Check out some of the latest publications that Novel Bay Booksellers, 44 N. 3rd Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, added to its shelves. Maybe you will find your next read here! CHILDREN Earth messages by Jill Harding This charming picture book by Door County author and artist Jill Harding offers simply …

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Novelist Hilary Mantel to apply for Irish citizenship

Novelist Hilary Mantel has said she hopes to gain Irish citizenship, leave the UK and become “European” again. According to Italian newspaper La Repubblica, the Wolf Hall writer said she “might breathe better in a republic” and “might be able to fix it”. Ms. Mantel said the popularity of the …

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Ashe’s Light Novel Vol. 3 Available now

Original English light novel By Ashe Flight. 3 is officially launched! Ashe Sawyer’s journey to becoming a published author continues as a dark past is revealed in this highly anticipated third volume! Synopsis: A dark past has been revealed. Renji ultimately decides to have the long-awaited conversation with Ashe about …

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New gene could make plants more tolerant of higher temperatures

With rising temperatures globally, agricultural crops are feeling the stress. Warmer weather can lead to a significant reduction in crop yield. Baylor College of Medicine’s Kendal Hirschi lab recently had a patent approved for a gene to make plants more tolerant of higher temperatures. Drs. Kendal Hirschi and Ninghui Cheng …

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Who was the novelist married to?

If you haven’t read a Jackie Collins novel, you’ve undoubtedly seen a middle-aged lady or two in your life devouring sizzling books. Just like the 50 shades A phenomenon dating back a few years, Jackie Collins has captivated readers with her hot, heavy romance novels, creating an escape fantasy for …

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How Nate Ackermann’s New Approach Works and Why It Matters

Photo credit: Ava Kitzi Do you like the Chalk Up in the morning? Access additional exclusive interviews, analysis and stories with an Rx subscription. CrossFit Games athletes are known for their meticulous and almost obsessive focus and dedication to their sport. They train hard, maintain close relationships with world-class coaches, …

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The 10 best visual novels you can play on PS4

The PlayStation 4 is a relatively powerful technology capable of presenting incredible graphics in vast and detailed worlds. However, great games aren’t always so complex. One genre that exemplifies this more than any other is the Visual Novel genre. RELATED: Toughest Games Of The PS4 Generation, Ranked Visual novels might …

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The 3 new Sushmoy novels available in bookstores

Sushmoy Sumon Writer Sushmoy Sumon has written three new novels namely Bhalobasa Namer Asukh, Narakbas and Bipanna Phisphas, which are now available in various bookstores and online platforms. Bhalobasa Namer Asukh was published by Grantharajya at Amar Ekushey Book Fair 2021 while Abasar Prakashana is the publisher of Narakbas and …

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New method of administration of glucagon – sciencedaily

For children with type 1 diabetes, the risk of experiencing a severe hypoglycemic episode is especially common – and for parents, the threat of it happening in the middle of the night is especially frightening. Sudden and critical drops in blood sugar can go unnoticed overnight when the child is …

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Everest-A Graphic Novel Opera Review: From Life and Death

“Everest”, an opera by Joby Talbot and Gene Scheer, made a strong impression when it premiered at the Dallas Opera in 2015. A tense and captivating portrayal of a truly ill-fated expedition to the summit of Mount Everest in 1996, the piece focuses on three climbers — Rob Hall (the …

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People have forgotten what it is to read good novels.

Since the advent of smartphones and low-cost data, people have forgotten what it is to read good novels. Well, it’s never too late. You can relax in your favorite chair or lie on the beach with a plate of your favorite cookies and lemonades and enjoy a good read. Here …

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Can a novel capture the tensions of recent gay history?

Gay Liberation Front member holding poster, 1971. (Photo by Evening Standard / Getty Images) My last outing before the pandemic to a Broadway show, in the fall of 2019, was to see the play by Matthew Lopez Heritage, a seven-hour show which, by its size and scope, courts comparison with …

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The Vocational Novels of CS Forester

As a literature teacher, a large part of my reading consisted of preparing to teach my classes or follow my discipline. So a few years ago, I decided to make a point of reading also for pleasure, in order to remember why I started in this profession in the first …

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Vietnam: Prominent Free Novelist | Human Rights Watch

(New York) – The Vietnamese government should immediately release dissident writer and novelist Pham Chi Thanh and drop all criminal charges against him, Human Rights Watch said today. Police arrested Thanh, 69, in May 2020 and charged him under article 117 of the penal code, which criminalizes the possession or …

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Detective Novel Wins Top Prize at Annual San Diego Book Awards

Musician-turned-mystery writer Corey Lynn Fayman took top honors at the 2021 San Diego Book Awards for “Ballast Point Breakdown,” a sarcastic novel starring a guitarist, Navy SEALs, and trained dolphins. The book received the Geisel Award, a Best Performance Award named after Ted “Dr. Seuss” Geisel, who wrote several of …

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Bob debuts detective novel at 74

A BUCKIE man unveiled his first detective story – at the age of 74. Bob Harper made his detective story debut at the age of 74. Photo: Becky Saunderson Deadly Ransom, available on Amazon, takes place in the North East, following a track along the A96 from Aberdeen to Inverness. …

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Fairmont writes a new novel | News, Sports, Jobs

FAIRMONT – Lowell “Zéké” Ziemann grew up on a farm in Fairmont and has a list of accolades ranging from being a part of several sports halls of fame, a businessman in a Wall Street, Arizona business, and a Western novelist. Ziemann played baseball and basketball at Fairmont High School …

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Local author writes new novel |

PTSD during the Civil War? In her new book, “In Wrath Remember Mercy: The Redemption of Torquil Dhu,” local author Aquila Dhu addresses this subject in a new action-adventure novel. Human action and reaction combine with internal struggles for a young Confederate soldier, in a double crisis of faith and …

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New sound pulses challenge “conventional wisdom”: NewsCenter

June 16, 2021 An illustration of the Kerr fiber optic resonator, which the Rochester researchers used with a spectral filter to create highly modulated laser pulses. The rainbow pattern in the foreground shows how the colors of an emitted laser pulse are separated in time. (Illustration by University of Rochester …

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Harbor BioMed and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Collaborate to Advance New Biotherapies for Cancer Treatment

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and ROTTERDAM, Netherlands and SUZHOU, China, June 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Harbor BioMed (HKEX: 02142) today announced that it has entered into a multi-year, multi-faceted research collaboration agreement with the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to co-develop novel biotherapies in the treatment of cancer. Scientists at Harbor BioMed …

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“Other Black Girl,” a Bold and Poignant Debut from the Novelist “Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Congratulations on the first novelist Zakiya Dalila Harris. Her debut book “The Other Black Girl” is one of the most anticipated novels of the summer, if not the year, …

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Novel of the week: The answer to everything

Luke Kennard writes about the middle class, Barney Norris said in The Guardian: “the flat whites, homeownership, the therapists, the teachers.” His first novel, The transition, was a satire on Britain’s housing crisis. In her second, Emily and Steven, a couple with two young sons, are excluded from the London …

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New Liquid Crystal Metals Offer Electric Zoom

Researchers at Cornell’s School of Applied and Engineering Physics and Samsung’s Advanced Institute of Technology have created a one-of-a-kind metallic lens, a metamaterial lens, which can be focused using tension instead of mechanically move its components. The proof of concept opens the door to a range of compact varifocal lenses …

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New therapy appears safe in some prostate cancer patients

Treatment with the new HPN424 therapy induced antitumor activity in patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC), according to the results of an ongoing Phase 1 / 2a study. The results, which were presented at the 2021 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), also showed that …

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Grisham’s novel and non-fiction essays are bestsellers

1. Sooley by John Grisham. Samuel Sooleymon receives a basketball scholarship in North Carolina and decides to bring his family from South Sudan ravaged by civil war. 2. The last thing he said to me by Laura Dave. Hannah Hall uncovers truths about her missing husband and connections to her …

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Love letter: a real romance novel

When Kimberlee Stevenson picked up a copy of “Until I Saw Your Smile” from romance writer JJ Murray in 2016, she had no idea she would ever become the subject of one of her books. Mr Murray accepted his Facebook friend request, and after quietly following his life through his …

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The value of the visual novel as literature

Humans have been telling stories ever since we invented language and art, but the history of storytelling has reached new heights over the past 40 years thanks to a complex and wonderful technological invention: video games. Video games combine art, music, performance, science and, perhaps most important of all, writing. …

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Stephen Johnston publishes his first novel “VR Nana”

Hunterdon County author Stephen Johnston offers a new adventure in the sci-fi and fantasy genres, starring a fierce, colorful, and somewhat unexpected hero. “VR Nana – Volume 1” is the first book in a series of light novels. The book begins the story of Anna Ruth “Nana” Joyce, an assertive …

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Tour of Horrors Graphic Novel

| Emily Ryan Lerner writes Alter Bridge: Tour Of Horrors Graphic Novel Alter Bridge are the latest rock band to sign a deal with Z2 Comics – the kind of thing that Heavy metal magazine was so good for – for a high-end graphic novel adaptation. The book in question, …

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