July 10, 2016

July  10, 2016

This week: Monday was the 4th of July and we share some interesting American literary notes, the search is on for children’s books to combat racism post-BREXIT, Amazon has the details on what you’re reading this year, a historian has found a famed French author’s passport from the Spanish Civil War, U.S. Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton has backed Copyright reform, and Harlequin has launched a new app.  All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers, Literally This Week. This episode is sponsored by Interlude to Sentimental Me! by Michael B. Judkins, now available from aois21 publishing.

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