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Love is real. Is Tingle, too?
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It's all about permanence.
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The artist says he disliked the original covers as a child.
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A scathing critique of what sexuality, moralism, and success mean in America right now.
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Authors are already concerned that this will cut into their income from Kindle readers.
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George Orwell's dystopian classic goes through some strange transformations.
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They'd like to forget 'A Gronking To Remember.'
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But it won't do much for 'Fifty Shades.'
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It's our generation's 'Catcher in the Rye.'
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A web of erotic lies is revealed in 'A Gronking to Remember 2: Chad Goes Deep in the Neutral Zone.'
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Is 'My Billionaire Triceratops' the self-publishing wave of the future? Or will it soon become extinct?
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On Dec 17, 2014 by Miles Klee
Indie authors are succeeding with what one author described as "crack dealer marketing."
On Dec 4, 2014 by Simon Owens
I can’t stop thinking about Hedging His Bets, the most bizarrely sexy ebook on Amazon.
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