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  1. I Do Declare! 86-Year-Old Great-Grandmother Has Written Her First Romance Novel.

    I've fallen (for you) and I can't get up!

    You can take your Christian Grey and shove him: No Goodbye is the new socially acceptable erotic plane-read.

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  2. The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview: Dancing with Eternity‘s John Patrick Lowrie and Ellen McLain Talk Audiobooks, Sexuality, and Living Forever

    SPAAACE. I'm in space.

    Liz Suess met with voice actors John Patrick Lowrie and Ellen McLain to discuss John's book Dancing with Eternity, which was recently released as an audiobook.

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  3. This Is What Happened When One Trekker Complained About ‘Illogical’ Homosexual Relationships In A Star Trek Novel


    Spock is having none of your homophobia. And neither is writer David Mack.

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  4. Amazon Continues To Make Even Bigger Enemies, Is Not Selling Captain America And Other Disney Properties

    Hail Hydra, I guess.

    In the past few months Amazon has very publicly made enemies with several of its business partners, but the online retailer isn't done sullying its image--fans hoping to order titles such Maleficent, Muppets Most Wanted or Captain America: The Winter Soldier from Amazon are out of luck, at least until Disney cries "uncle."

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  5. Proposed Title For Chuck Palahniuk’s Next Book: “There Isn’t Enough Entertainment For Men Club”

    And other bad, bad things.

    I feel safe calling Fight Club a "dude book." It can certainly be enjoyed by anyone but it was also clearly targeted at men. And that's perfectly fine. But when author Chuck Palahniuk took part in a Tumblr Q&A recently to promote his new book, he said a few things about what's out there "for the menz" which have us tilting our heads.

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  6. Praise Be To The Alien-Filled Heavens, Gillian Anderson Has Published A Sci-Fi Novel

    I always believed.

    The LA Times reports that Gillian Anderson has written her first book, a "supernatural thriller" due in stores this October. Everything about that sentence is exciting to me.

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  7. Penguin Goes All Toddlers & Tiaras For Their 50th Anniversary Cover of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

    "Oh, it can't be that ba–Oh. Oh God. Wh—what is that? GET IT AWAY!"

    So many things wrong with the new “Penguin Modern Classic” cover for Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I can't. I am unable to can.

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  8. Check Out These Covers For The New British Illustrated Edition Of Harry Potter!

    Ten points to Bloomsbury!

    The art was created by Jonny Duddle, and io9 reports that the books will include "highlights from the Pottermore website."

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  9. Our Own Becky Chambers Wrote A Sci-Fi Book! Introducing The Long Way To A Small, Angry Planet


    You might know Becky Chambers from her awesome games column here at The Mary Sue, Quest Log, or from her recent role as TMS Weekend Editor. But what you don't know is that her very first science fiction novel just launched today! Well, okay, now you know, because I told you. That's how knowing things works.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Dice Shaming

    Sit there until you can roll like an ADULT.

    I had a D20 behave like this recently. Maybe some public humiliation would've taught it a lesson.

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