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  1. Cover for Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman Revealed

    New Harper Lee FTW!

    Today, HarperCollins released the cover image for Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman, the upcoming follow-up to her classic, To Kill a Mockingbird, which is due to be released in July.

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  2. Divergent‘s Veronica Roth Writing New Series “In The Vein of Star Wars

    Yub nub?

    Get hype, Divergent fans—your favorite author is working on a new series.

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  3. This Letter From George R.R. Martin Imagines a Much Different Game of Thrones Than We Know Now

    SURPRISE!

    When you're writing a book, obviously you need to have some idea of where you're going to end up when you're finished. George R.R. Martin may hate writing outlines—which is probably why we're all in this mess, hungrily waiting for his sixth book— but when he sent his publisher the first thirteen chapters of A Game of Thrones, he had a much, much different idea of how the war between the Starks and the Lannisters would play out. Possible spoilers except...well, let's hope not.

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  4. George R.R. Martin’s Publisher Confirms: No New A Song of Ice and Fire Novel in 2015

    A Song of Sigh and Ire

    Ok, most of could have guessed this, but I'm not the only one who was holding out hope George R.R. Martin would get his next A Song of Ice and Fire this year, right?

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  5. [UPDATED] HarperCollins Refuses To Publish Book Until Author Condemns Her Daughter’s Sexuality

    Incoherent rage-screaming.

    HarperCollins might profit off LGBTQ titles in its catalog, but don't take that as an indication of commitment to equality.

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  6. On This, Her 88th Birthday, Harper Lee Agrees To Digital Release Of To Kill a Mockingbird

    Forsooth!

    Harper Lee, author of one of the classics, To Kill a Mockingbird is celebrating her 88th birthday today and decided to make a rather big announcement. Digital Spy writes, "In a rare public statement released through her publisher, HarperCollins, Lee said: 'I'm still old-fashioned. I love dusty old books and libraries. I am amazed and humbled that Mockingbird has survived this long. This is Mockingbird for a new generation.' " Just last year, the author was in a legal battle over the rights to the novel, which she said had been stolen from her by her literary agent through trickery. That suit was settled to Lee's satisfaction and you'll be able to purchase the novel digitally (both e-book and audio book versions) starting July 8. (via Geekosystem) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Department of Justice Takes a Bite Out of Apple With Guilty Verdict in eBook Price Fixing Case

    Is price-fixing covered under AppleCare?

    Just a reminder: It's illegal for companies to work together to artificially control the price of goods -- even when one of those companies is Apple. The Department of Justice's (DOJ) price fixing case against Apple has come to a guilty verdict. Now I bet they wish they had settled like all the other defendants in the case.

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  8. Someone Tried To Kickstart A Where the Wild Things Are Sequel Book

    Today In Obvious

    Why do people think they can get away with crowdfunding something that doesn't belong to them? 

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  9. Ice and Fire Encyclopedia Delayed Because George R.R. Martin Can’t Stop Writing

    Just finish the series, George. It's okay. Just... just finish.

    Fans of the long-running A Song of Ice and Fire series (those are the books that Game of Thrones is based on, if you didn't know) were probably a little miffed when they heard that George R.R. Martin was working on a companion book called The World of Ice and Fire Encyclopedia instead of, you know, finishing the series. Well prepare to be more miffed (miffed-er?), because the release date has already been pushed back to 2014, and it's now going to be a multi-volume "lushly illustrated retelling" of Westerosi history. Which, to be fair, sounds awesome, but we would have settled for an encyclopedia. Or The Winds of Winter. Whichever.

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  10. To Kill a Mockingbird Writer Harper Lee In Legal Dispute With Agent Over Possible Stolen Rights

    And That's Terrible

    Pulitzer Prize-winning author Harper Lee dropped the proverbial mic after To Kill a Mockingbird and has been living a fruitful life ever since. However, a recent bump in the road has brought her name back into the news. She's suing her agent over the rights to her famous work, rights she says were stolen using trickery.

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