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Welcome to the September 23, 2007 edition of Books Carnival.

chapterlibrary presents DoAT – B1 – Ch 1 – Old Friends Meet. A Rude Interruption. posted at Chapter Library, saying, “Dragons of Autumn Twilight Chapter 1″

chapterlibrary presents DoAT – B1 – Ch2 – Return to the Inn. A Shock. The Oath is Broken. posted at Chapter Library, saying, “Dragons of Autumn Twilight Chapter 2″

chapterlibrary presents DoAT – B1 – Ch. 4 – The Open Door. Flight into Darkness. posted at Chapter Library, saying, “Dragons of Autumn Twilight Chapter 4″

Laura Young presents Are You Writing A Book Based on Your Life? Tips from an Author posted at Dragon Slayer, saying, “As a contributing author to several books, I wanted to share some insights I gained from the writing process for those of you with writing projects of your own.”

Jon Swift presents Harry Potter Is a Brat posted at Jon Swift, saying, “Harry Potter is a terrible role model. He is a petulant, self-pitying brat who routinely breaks rules that he believes don’t apply to him.”

Cade Krueger presents Rich Dad, Poor Dad posted at Write To Right.

Asia presents Chicago Business Review » Mary Mary by James Patterson posted at Chicago Business Review.

GrrlScientist presents Regarding The AP-Ipsos Poll of Book Readers posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “Some thoughts about an interesting poll regarding the reading habits of Americans.”

artThailand presents Ordinary heroes posted at artThailand.

book reviews

chapterlibrary presents DoAT – Canticle of the Dragon and The Old Man posted at Chapter Library, saying, “Dragons of Autumn Twilight Prologue”

chapterlibrary presents DoAT – B1 – Ch3 – Knight of Solamnia. The Old Man?s Party posted at Chapter Library, saying, “Dragons of Autumn Twilight Chapter 3″

chapterlibrary presents DoAT – B1 – Ch. 5 – Farewell to Flint. Arrows Fly. Message in the Stars posted at Chapter Library, saying, “Dragons of Autumn Twilight Chapter 5″

John Ottinger presents Book Review: Fast Food Nation posted at Grasping For The Wind.

mark cutler presents 5 Books I Love About American Design posted at Mark Cutler Design, saying, “I thought you might enjoy my article on 5 books i love about american design. Its part of a weekly post i do on my design blog.”

Sheyna Galyan presents Interview: Amy Cohen, author of “The Late Bloomer’s Revolution” posted at Books and Beliefs, saying, “Book review of Amy Cohen’s “The Late Bloomer’s Revolution” (Hyperion, July 2007) by author Sheyna Galyan.”

blue skelton presents JK Rowling Interview posted at The Literary Junkie.

Praveen presents Improve Your Business Writing posted at My Simple Trading System.

Renata Vincoletto presents > systemcall dot org » Book: Elementary Cryptanalysis: A Mathematical Approach posted at > systemcall dot org.

Wayne Hurlbert presents Funny Business by Allen Rosenshine – Book review posted at Blog Business World, saying, “Finding career and business advice from Muhammad Ali, Bill Clinton, and the Mob all in one book is rare. Discovering that every story where the sharing of those sage thoughts is hilarious in itself, is a very rare treat. The advertising industry may be one of the largest and most influential in the world, but it is also a barrel of laughs, and operates in its own off kilter style, according to legendary advertising agency CEO Allen Rosenshine. He shares tales of fun and laughter, blended with superb business advice, in his book
Funny Business: Moguls, Mobsters, Megastars, And the Mad, Mad World of the Ad Game.”

TherapyDoc presents How to Talk to a Widower–Grieving and Drugging posted at Everyone Needs Therapy, saying, “It’s a new Jonathan Tropper book. I had an advance publisher’s copy.”

Jimson Lee presents 10 Ways to Make It Great! A Framework for Success for Coaches posted at Speedendurance.com, saying, “A book review of “10 Ways to Make It Great!” written by Phil Gerbyshak”

Sheyna Galyan presents The Optimistic Jew posted at Books and Beliefs, saying, “Review of Israeli author Tsvi Bisk’s new release, “The Optimistic Jew: a Positive Vision for the Jewish People in the 21st Century””

Amanda presents Secrets of a Fire King, by Kim Edwards posted at She Has Moxie.

Jeremy Hobbs presents Harry Potter and the The Deathly Hallows posted at Jeremy’s Consumer’s Corner.

Kalyan Banerjee presents Eleven Minutes posted at Kalyan Speaketh, saying, “Paulo Coelho’s : Eleven Minutes”

Kalyan Banerjee presents Interpreter of Maladies posted at Kalyan Speaketh, saying, “Jumpa Lahiri’s : The Interpreter of Maladies. Its a collection of short stories from Bengal, Boston and beyond.”

GrrlScientist presents My Thoughts About Harry Potter [Review, More Spoilers] posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “A fairly detailed treatment of the last Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.”

Amanda Harris presents Book Review: Dedication posted at Pajama Mommy.

Amanda Harris presents Pajama Mommy Reviews: The Good Child Guide posted at Pajama Mommy.

David Gross presents The Picket Line — 19 August 2007 posted at The Picket Line, saying, “A review of Bill McKibben’s “Deep Economy” (2007).”

Olli Lehtola presents Top 10 Fantasy Books posted at Pieces on Speculative Fiction.

GrrlScientist presents Lab 257 posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “Like something out of The Andromeda Strain, Lab 257, by Michael Christopher Carroll, tells the chilling true story about the not-so-secret animal disease lab right next door to NYC.”

Deb Serani presents Healing With Books posted at Dr. Deb, saying, “This post looks at the best selling memoir, “Chosen by a Horse” by Susan Richards. It is the story about an abused, lonely woman who adopts a maltreated horse – and the love and hope they both experience. A brilliant, touching novel.”

Mommy Auctions presents 10 Minutes ‘Till Bedtime posted at Mommy Auctions.

Mommy Auctions presents The Beautiful World of Jan Brett posted at Mommy Auctions.

Karel Vandenberghe presents 12 Books on Crowdsourcing & Open Innovation – Part 1 posted at Open Innovators – Open innovation and crowdsourcing, saying, “Currently, the first and only list of books about open innovation and crowdsourcing.”

Edith Yeung presents The Money Series – Books that You Just Cannot Miss posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Curb Your “Age Of Turbulence” Enthusiasm posted at Mad Kane’s Political Madness.

Danogo presents Funny Videos of Skater Sneakers Were a Tipping Point posted at Danogo.com – Discover. Inspiring . Media, saying, “Review and collection of videos from a case study in Malcolm Gladwell’s book “The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference””

drawings

ISPF presents Book Giveaway: The Quiet Millionaire posted at Grad Money Matters.

new book release

presents Harry Potter and the Shouters posted at bobbarama.com.

silic0nsilence presents Harry Potter posted at The Blog of silic0nsilence.

Daniel Condurachi presents The History of Blessing – new book graphic design [del.icio.us] posted at Daniel Condurachi’s Blog.

Jeremy Hitchcock presents How to write an epic posted at WTTF: Welcome to the Future, saying, “One desperate author’s plan to cash in on an epic novel.”

john struan presents Super Punch: The woman that inspired Clapton’s “Layla” has written a tell-all posted at Super Punch, saying, “The woman that inspired Eric Clapton’s “Layla” has written a tell-all”

Luke Houghton presents A novel experiment posted at Luke Houghton, saying, “I have released a new book via the web. I am working a way to present it… read on to find our more.”

blue skelton presents Ronald Goldman posted at Blue Skelton Publications, saying, “The Goldman family releases If I Did It by OJ Simpson, This is an article about not blaming the victims.”

presentations

blue skelton presents David Sedaris Book Reading posted at The Literary Junkie, saying, “Video of David Sedaris Book Reading”

special promotions

Peter N. Jones presents Marketing Your Book DeMystified: New Book Explains All posted at Great New Books that Are a Must Read.

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