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*Storytel Added Over 70k Customers In the Quarter, Saw "More Than a Doubling" of Enrollments In Last Two Weeks of March (Press Release)
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*Pro Publica Investigation Accuses Amazon of Making KDP A "Safe Space" For White Supremacists (ProPublica)
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Non-fiction: Memoir: Original Freedom Rider and civil rights pioneer Charles Person writing with Richard Rooker's BUSES ARE A COMIN': MEMOIR OF A FREEDOM RIDER, a first-hand account of the 1961 bus rides from Washington, D.C. through several southern states to New Orleans, begun by African-American and white activists including John Lewis and James Farmer to test enforcement of equal access law and ending in a violent attack on both buses by armed mobs in Birmingham, timed to lead into the 60th anniversary of the rides on May 4, 2021, to George Witte at St. Martin's, in a pre-empt, for publication in April 2021, by Greg Johnson at WordServe Literary Group (world).
*Sun Water  by Bianca Rita Cataldi
Offered by: Aurora Peccarisi (HarperCollins Italia)  |  Posted: Apr. 6
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