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  • This post is not cardiologist-approved

    Suspense fiction fans love to encounter surprises and mystery in books they've chosen. But not like this. Co-worker Carolyn handed me a still-new copy of a popular thriller, outlining the customer complaint: someone had taken it upon himself/herself to cross out and "revise" phrases throughout...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 08-29-2013
  • Yes, Yoda, there is a "try"

    Those Texas Book Festival planners are geniuses. Imagine not only producing a weekend of superb literary presentations but also conjuring up October weather that feels like October? I, however, am not brilliant and consequently found myself at TBF with 25 precious minutes available for reading--and no...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 10-30-2012
  • TBF or not TBF?

    Last weekend's Texas Book Festival was, in the words of local Barnes & Noble public relations manager Frank Campbell, "the perfect storm". Owing to ideal weather, immediate follow-up to ACL, and over 200 notable authors on site, TBF 2010 was pleasantly swarming. I've heard that...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 10-20-2010
  • What not to miss at the festival

    What would induce someone to give up a day off to volunteer for Texas Book Festival? Probably not the official volunteer T-shirt. TBF uniforms feature a different classy color each year, along with, alas, the customary tubelike fit. Those of us who fall between the intended-for-guys sizes can select...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 11-01-2009
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