31 de agosto de 2012

Quotidiana reúne centenas de ensaios clássicos



O Quotidiana reúne centenas de ensaios clássicos, entre os quais se incluem alguns da autoria de escritores famosos como T. S. Eliot, Jonathan Swift, Mark Twain e Mary Wollstonecraft. Especialmente útil devido à agregação do conteúdo e à organização cronológica que facilita bastante a consulta.
Quotidiana, from the word quotidian, is a website dedicated to the essay. Quotidiana includes my writing and teaching portfolios, an online workshop community for me and my fellow O. U. Bobcats, a set of conference papers and annotated bibliographies, a collection of interviews with some of my favorite contemporary essayists, a selection of the "Essayest American Essays," from recent years, and, most importantly and most substantially, an anthology of hundreds of classical essays, all published before 1923, all partakers of the ruminative, associative, idea-driven form that predates and surpasses the current "creative nonfiction" trendy stuff. Although most of these essays are available online elsewhere, some are not, and already Quotidiana is one of the biggest online anthologies of classical essays anywhere.

29 de agosto de 2012

I Festival Internacional de Contos de Lisboa



Data: 7 a 9 de Setembro de 2012.
Local: Vários (ver programa).
Lisboa já merecia um festival internacional de contos.
A narração oral adquiriu um novo impulso ao profissionalizar-se e conquistar o seu próprio espaço e o seu próprio público. Hoje podemos dizer que as raízes da tradição renascem na sua forma artística, com propostas de alta qualidade estética e de conteúdos.
Não temos dúvidas de que a narração oral é uma arte contemporânea com características específicas que está de excelente saúde em todo o mundo e continua a abrir caminho por ser uma atividade popular, económica, afetiva e criativa que abrange toda a sociedade porque permite a expressão das vozes próximas, bem como as estrangeiras, distantes e até mesmo contraditórias, contribuindo assim para o debate cultural.
O Festival Internacional de Contos de Lisboa, Terra Incógnita, vai dar maior visibilidade a uma arte profundamente humana, melhorando a qualidade humanista de uma cidade que tem sido historicamente um ponto de chegada e de partida para as culturas do mundo. Ao mesmo tempo vai estimular o surgimento de novas propostas no resto do território e consolidar as já existentes, resultando no fortalecimento do imaginário individual e colectivo de pertença a uma cultura viva que tem muito para dizer e para ouvir.
Em Setembro, pretendemos encher a cidade de histórias, com contos para todos em espaços como jardins, ruas, praças, teatros e anfiteatros. Convidámos nomes incontornáveis da narração oral, portugueses e estrangeiros.

27 de agosto de 2012

Citações


Um grande texto, costumo dizer, é o que tem uma escrita holográfica. É o que em vez de fazer a fotografia do real – que não me interessa – consegue dar profundidades que eu não alcanço de outra maneira. Que só alcanço por aquela combinação de palavras que aquele escritor conseguiu. Está lá outro universo dentro.

                   Hélia Correia, em entrevista para a revista LER

26 de agosto de 2012

Leituras Digitais (19 a 25 de Agosto)



Rubrica semanal de notícias e artigos relacionados com a edição de livros digitais.

By now you’ve probably already heard that Ingram Content has a new “Standard Color” pricing program that makes self-published color Print-On-Demand graphic novels economically feasible. This means you no longer have to have material out of print. It means you have access to the bookstore market, especially the online bookstore market. You can turn a profit on shorter print runs through Diamond Comics Distributors than you previously could. It also isn’t necessarily a replacement for the comics shop or Direct Market and your profit per unit either. I’m going to step through the financials and discuss where this fits in with the world of the independent creator and the publisher. For a Webcartoonist, for instance, this is pure gravy and lets a minimum baseline print availability be established.
Think consumers have a problem with higher priced e-books? Think again.According to our new e-book best-seller list, most of the e-books that are bought each week are priced near or above $10 and the vast majority of them are published by “big six” publishers (the six largest in the U.S.: Hachette, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin, Random House and Simon & Schuster), which set their own e-book prices (for now).
The German Apple blog iFun is reporting this morning that Apple has temporarily blocked access to the German iBookstore. It seems that German retailers like offering discounted iTunes gift cards just as much as US retailers (Walmart has an iTunes gift card on sale right now), which Apple is more than happy to accept. Unfortunately, Germany also has laws regulating the price of books and ebooks.Last week the Buchpreisbindung, the price regulator for the German book market, sent a letter to Apple complaining about the discounts and pointing out how they violate German law. Unlike the US, Germany has strict laws covering the discounts that retailers can apply to books and ebooks. Attempts to skirt those laws can lead to a lot of expensive lawyers buying expensive cars, though I’m sure most retailers comply before that point.
In an attempt to expand its business into the fast-maturing international e-book market, Barnes & Noble announced today that it was finally launching in the UK this Fall. Analysts and observers think it might be too little too late.The announcement by Barnes & Noble had been widely anticipated, as the company had been making rumbles in the UK. In March, the bookseller hosted a developer event in London and gave some insight into its plans for a UK launch.Between then and now, Kobo formed a partnership to sell its devices in UK bookseller WHSmith (April) and Amazon cut a deal with UK bookseller Waterstones to sell its devices (May), leaving Barnes & Noble late to the dance and without a partner.
Microsoft invested $300 million in Barnes & Noble’s Nook business. As the following chart shows, that probably wasn’t a great idea: Production problems, slowing ebook sales and other factors are contributing to the Nook’s troubles.
So it looks like Amazon is planning to repeat their Kindle Fire event of last year. Some time in the next couple months we’re going to see a new Kindle Fire, a new Kindle, and a dock for the Kindle Fire.Oh yeah, Amazon owns the trademark for the term Firedock. This word had originally been registered by Grace Digital Audio, and they planned to use it for their Kindle Fire dock (which is now called the Matchstick). The trademark now belongs to Amazon. Coincidence? I think not.
Believe it or not, Generation Y might just be the most bibliophilic generation alive, according to a new consumer study. Gen Y – those born between 1979 and 1989 – spent the most money on books in 2011, knocking the longtime book-buying leaders, baby boomers, from the top spot, according to the 2012 U.S.
Confused and bewildered by too many e-book best-seller lists that don’t seem to be connected to what actually seems to be selling?  Digital Book World has built its own E-Book Best Seller-List, powered exclusively by Iobyte Solutions, with the goal of giving publishers “a better view of what is actually happening in the e-book marketplace than they already had.”The methodology used to create the list was designed to address some of the problems seen with current e-book best-sellers: One-hit wonders, the lack of differentiation between $0.99 e-books and $12.99 e-books, and no accounting for which publishers are actually selling the most e-books.
Moleskine and Evernote have just launched the Evernote Smart Notebook. The Smart Notebook comes in both lined and grid, and they’re designed to work with a new feature which has been added to the latest Evernote iOS app.The app will of course let you photograph your paper notes and add them to Evernote, which is itself a cool feature (especially when you consider the OCR abilities of Evernote).
New York Times E-Book Best Sellers
A version of this list appears in the September 2, 2012 issue of The New York Times Book Review. Rankings reflect sales for the week ending August 18, 2012.

E-Book Fiction

1.     FIFTY SHADES FREED, by E. L. James
2.     FIFTY SHADES DARKER, by E. L. James
3.     FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, by E. L. James
4.     GONE GIRL, by Gillian Flynn
5.     THE INN AT ROSE HARBOR, by Debbie Macomber

E-Book Nonfiction

1.     UNBROKEN, by Laura Hillenbrand
2.     WILD, by Cheryl Strayed
3.     THE AMATEUR, by Edward Klein
4.     SOLO, by Hope Solo with Ann Killion
5.     KILLING LINCOLN, by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard

Wall Street Journal E-Book Best Sellers (Week Ended Aug. 12)

Nonfiction E-Books

TITLE
AUTHOR / PUBLISHER
THIS WEEK
LAST
WEEK
Wild
1
2
Cheryl Strayed/Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe
2
--
J. Randy Taraborrelli /Grand Central Publishing
Jesus, My Father, the CIA and Me
3
--
Ian Morgan Cron /Thomas Nelson
Unbroken
4
3
Laura Hillenbrand/Random House
The Amateur
5
--
Edward Klein/Regnery Publishing
The Untethered Soul
6
--
Michael A. Singer/New Harbinger
Double Cross
7
4
Ben Macintyre /Crown
Eastern Inferno
8
--
Christine Alexander, Mason Kunze /Casemate
Enslaved by Ducks
9
--
Bob Tarte/Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Wheat Belly
10
8
William Davis/Rodale

Fiction E-Books

TITLE
AUTHOR / PUBLISHER
THIS WEEK
LAST
WEEK
Fifty Shades Freed
1
1
E.L. James/Vintage
Fifty Shades Darker
2
3
E.L. James/Vintage
Fifty Shades of Grey
3
2
E.L. James/Vintage
Gone Girl
4
4
Gillian Flynn/Crown Publishing Group
Bared to You
5
7
Sylvia Day/Penguin Group (USA)
Nevermore
6
New
James Patterson/Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Sweet Talk
7
New
Julie Garwood/Penguin Group (USA)
Where We Belong
8
10
Emily Giffin/St. Martin's Press
Slammed
9
--
Colleen Hoover/Colleen Hoover
Mockingjay
10
--
Suzanne Collins/Scholastic

19 de agosto de 2012

Leituras Digitais (12 a 18 de Agosto)



Rubrica semanal de notícias e artigos relacionados com a edição de livros digitais.

As apostas nos livros digitais estão em alta. Grandes livrarias e editoras acreditam que os e-books ganharão espaço no mercado nacional em 2012 e 2013. As projeções mais otimistas os colocam como responsáveis por 10% do faturamento das vendas do setor em 2014. O índice foi de 0,025% em 2011. A esperança está depositada na chegada de gigantes internacionais do ramo ao Brasil e no aumento da produção doméstica de tablets, que poderá baratear os aparelhos.
eBooks have changed the way we think of value in regards to books. For myriad reasons, ebookers think that the price of ebooks should be no more than the price of a mass market paperback, and often less. Price is a reflection of value.Much of the thinking revolves around a central point: unlike pbooks, ebooks are intangible — just a collection of bits and bytes. Yes, there are other reasons, too, such as the lack of secondary market value, lower production costs, restrictions on usage, and the like, but the reality is that most of the conscious and unconscious reasoning revolves around the matter of intangibility.
I've got exciting news to announce today: Goodreads now has 10 million members! To put this in perspective, it took four and a half years to reach 5 million members and only another 15 months to double that number. Today, six books are added on Goodreads per second.
We've come a long way since Elizabeth and I built Goodreads from our living room, motivated by the belief that there was a better way to discover and discuss good books—and that we could build it.
Now, succession planners have shifted their sights from the lowly hyperlink to the seemingly indomitable e-reader. Earlier this year, the Pew Research Center calculated that the percentage of Americans who own e-reading devices doubled last December. Christmas, for centuries the publishing industry’s busiest season, became a gift to hardware manufacturers. And last year, Amazon announced it was selling more e-books than print books — hardcover and paperback combined.
Starting this fall, the 220-member library cooperative Califa Library Group will begin rolling out a $325,000 project with the goal of buying from the smaller publishing companies thousands of e-books that the libraries will own forever. San Francisco and most other libraries lease their collection through OverDrive, a digital distribution company."With the vendors, their motivation is to make money, so we're lining their pockets and we have no flexibility or ownership," said Heather Teysko, director of development and innovation at Califa.Teysko said about 50 publishers, mostly independent, have shown interest so far. The project will be piloted in the Contra Costa County Library system first and should be implemented in San Francisco by February or March, she said.
Not long ago, an aspiring book writer rejected by traditional publishing houses had only one alternative: vanity publishing. For $5,000 or $10,000, or sometimes much more, he could have his manuscript edited and published, provided that he agreed to buy many copies himself, often a few thousand or more. They typically ended up in the garage.Digital technology has changed all that. A writer turned down by traditional publishers — or even avoiding them — now has a range of options. Among them are self-publishing a manuscript as an e-book; self-publishing through myriad companies that print on demand, in which a paperback or hardcover book is printed each time it is purchased; and buying an array of services, from editing and design to marketing and publicity, from what are known as assisted self-publishing companies.
Sony introduced today Reader™ (PRS-T2), a light and thin 6” eReader with an enhanced, intuitive touch screen optimized for long-term reading and the most natural, immersive reading experience. Available in three colors – white, red or matte black – Reader offers new social features and a simplified and intuitively designed home screen.
I am one of those people who has a lot of ebooks in various formats. I also have a separate reader for each and every format: Adobe Reader for PDF files, Kindle for AZW and KF8, EPUB for epub, Microsoft Reader for lit and the list goes on and on.Frankly it became quite exhausting after a while. I then figured that if I could convert all the ebooks in to one general format I wouldn’t require a whole lot of software to babysit. This is how I ran into Calibre in the first place. Don’t let it fool you though. There’s a lot more to it than just converting ebooks!
Let me fast-forward to the crux of our conversation. Which was that conventional publishing is (how can I put this delicately?) fucked up beyond belief, now that all major book publishers have been bought up by mega-corporations and are interested only in blockbusters, and only those authors who are represented by top-flight literary agents. And only those with a very recent track record of mega-stardom.You may think (as I did) that this means, simply, that new authors and fresh voices in fiction are effectively locked out due to the "old boy network" that has always dominated publishing. But in reality, it's much worse than that.
There might be no worse feeling in the world than missing out on a great opportunity.That’s what publishers of illustrated books may be feeling right now as they watch traditional immersive reading publishers (you know: fiction, non-fiction, mostly text) fill their coffers with e-book and digital publishing revenues.Basically, publishers of The Hunger Games and 50 Shades of Grey are selling e-books by the gigabyte while many publishers of cookbooks and picture books are struggling to find digital footing. For example, the Quarto Group, a London-based illustrated book publisher made $1.6 million on digital publishing in the first half of 2012 — only 2.2% of its revenue in that period. Compare that with Simon & Schuster, which gets some 21% of its revenues from digital — and this is typical among similar publishers. Worse for Quarto is that digital growth at the company is slowing, according to its CEO.
New York Times E-Book Best Sellers
A version of this list appears in the August 26, 2012 issue of The New York Times Book Review. Rankings reflect sales for the week ending August 11, 2012.

E-Book Fiction

1.     FIFTY SHADES FREED, by E. L. James
2.     FIFTY SHADES DARKER, by E. L. James
3.     FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, by E. L. James
4.     GONE GIRL, by Gillian Flynn
5.     BARED TO YOU, by Sylvia Day

E-Book Nonfiction

1.     WILD, by Cheryl Strayed
2.     THE SECRET LIFE OF MARILYN MONROE, by J. Randy Taraborrelli
3.     UNBROKEN, by Laura Hillenbrand
4.     THE AMATEUR, by Edward Klein
5.     DOUBLE CROSS, by Ben Macintyre

Wall Street Journal E-Book Best Sellers (Week Ended Aug. 12)

Nonfiction E-Books

TITLE
AUTHOR / PUBLISHER
THIS WEEK
LAST
WEEK
Wild
1
2
Cheryl Strayed/Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe
2
--
J. Randy Taraborrelli /Grand Central Publishing
Jesus, My Father, the CIA and Me
3
--
Ian Morgan Cron /Thomas Nelson
Unbroken
4
3
Laura Hillenbrand/Random House
The Amateur
5
--
Edward Klein/Regnery Publishing
The Untethered Soul
6
--
Michael A. Singer/New Harbinger
Double Cross
7
4
Ben Macintyre /Crown
Eastern Inferno
8
--
Christine Alexander, Mason Kunze /Casemate
Enslaved by Ducks
9
--
Bob Tarte/Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Wheat Belly
10
8
William Davis/Rodale

Fiction E-Books

TITLE
AUTHOR / PUBLISHER
THIS WEEK
LAST
WEEK
Fifty Shades Freed
1
1
E.L. James/Vintage
Fifty Shades Darker
2
3
E.L. James/Vintage
Fifty Shades of Grey
3
2
E.L. James/Vintage
Gone Girl
4
4
Gillian Flynn/Crown Publishing Group
Bared to You
5
7
Sylvia Day/Penguin Group (USA)
Nevermore
6
New
James Patterson/Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Sweet Talk
7
New
Julie Garwood/Penguin Group (USA)
Where We Belong
8
10
Emily Giffin/St. Martin's Press
Slammed
9
--
Colleen Hoover/Colleen Hoover
Mockingjay
10
--
Suzanne Collins/Scholastic

18 de agosto de 2012

Blimunda n.º 3


A revista Blimunda de agosto já está no site www.josesaramago.org e pode ser descarregada. A edição é dedicada ao centenário do escritor brasileiro Jorge Amado, que ocorreu no dia 10 de agosto, com textos de Luis Schwarcz, Carlos Reis, Lilia Schwarcz, Pilar del Río e José Saramago. Também a literatura destinada aos mais novos surge o escritor baiano, com uma análise sobre a receção da obra "O Gato Malhado e a Andorinha Sinhá" nas escolas portuguesas. A morte dos pais na literatura juvenil é outro tema tratado nesta revista, e na secção Saramaguiana encontra "O cão, personagem dos romances de José Saramago".
Disponível através deste link.

14 de agosto de 2012

XII Palavras Andarilhas


Data: 30 de Agosto a 1 de Setembro de 2012.
Inscrição: 35€.
As Palavras Andarilhas são uma festa da Palavra – lida, escutada, contada – que de dois em dois anos se faz em Beja – a cidade dos Contos. Este encontro é promovido desde 1999 pela Câmara Municipal de Beja através da Biblioteca Municipal de Beja José Saramago e pela Associação para a Defesa de Património da Região de Beja e assume-se hoje como um grande momento de aprendizagem colectiva, em torno da promoção da leitura, da narração oral e da literatura.


Porque fazemos as Palavras Andarilhas?

Para promover a relação e reforço de competências dos mediadores de leitura que em diferentes contextos desenvolvem a sua actividade facilitando a partilha de saberes e experiências e de novas práticas e atitudes face à animação e promoção do livro e da leitura;


Para potenciar o ganho de competências na abordagem da palavra – falada e escrita – que se traduzam na criação de novas estratégias na formação de leitores;


Para valorizar o conto, na sua vertente de tradição oral de recriação da palavra escrita,  e os contadores e aprendizes do contar – enquanto veículos da  expressão da memória, cultura e afectos das comunidades;


Porque acreditamos no contributo da palavra, da literatura, da arte em geral para a formação do Homem Novo.


A quem se dirigem as Palavras Andarilhas?

A todos os que potenciam a relação com a palavra e fazem dela um instrumento de reflexão sobre o MUNDO: bibliotecários, técnicos de biblioteca, narradores, animadores sócio – culturais, ilustradores; agentes educativos e pais, leitores e não leitores e à cidade de Beja.

12 de agosto de 2012

Leituras Digitais (4 a 11 de Agosto)



Rubrica semanal de notícias e artigos relacionados com a edição de livros digitais.

A Optimus Clix lançou recentemente uma aplicação de televisão que, através de uma parceria com a comunidade Winking Books, permite aos seus clientes trocar livros gratuitamente.
The problem with illustrations for e-books, Shatzkin posits, is that they’re generally intended to be instructive—but tablets offer the ability to include video instructions rather than simple still images. So why not just do that instead? It does require different skill sets, and you end up with something more like an app and less like a book, but if it meets the need better, what reason could you have for sticking with simple still images? (And why would any reader buy something with simple still images when he could get video instead?) And if the publisher still has to produce a print version anyway, this means he’s just spent a lot of extra money on video for just the on-line version that isn’t going to do one thing for the print.
The NYPL is one of the oldest and largest public libraries in the US, and the nice thing about their size and age is that they have an extensive archive of old and rare books, images, and more. Yesterday they announced plans to digitize selections from their image gallery archives and make them available via iBooks. The first title has already been released.
e-Readers, such as the Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble Nook, are famous for lasting months on a single battery charge. One of the draws of e-ink displays is that the power requirements are amazing because the screen does not automatically refresh. It is only when you are turning a page or navigating a menu does any serious battery drain occur with page refreshing. I have seen e-readers last over four months just lying unused and displaying a high resolution screen saver image. Many companies have taken the next step and making wall-charger powering obsolete with the advent of solar powered e-readers.  The question is, is the next generation of e-readers going to employ solar charging?
Ingram’s print-on-demand unit Lightning Source launched its new standard inkjet color book option for publishers this week, Made possible by recent developments in inkjet technology, and allowing for a much greater range of color books to be quickly printed and distributed around the world.“High-speed color inkjet printing is poised to be a real opportunity for publishers looking for more efficiency in book manufacturing and the print supply chain overall,” said Phil Ollila, Chief Content Officer, Ingram Content Group. “Through our new inkjet color option, publishers can use print-on-demand for a whole new range of titles.”
Amazon Payments has informed us that they will no longer process pledge payments for Unglue.it, forcing us to suspend all active ungluing campaigns. According to a Senior Account Manager at Amazon, Amazon has decided against “boarding fresh crowdfunding accounts at this time”. Amazon has been providing payment services for Unglue.it, as it does for the popular crowdfunding site Kickstarter.
Play to your strengths. If you're able to write you should focus on that, and seek the advice of others who understand editing and marketing and publicity and design - rather like dealing with a real publisher. I believe that's what we'll start to see over the next few years, in fact, a gradual realisation amongst some of the self-published that they're better at (or more excited by) the publishing parts than the writing, leading to the formation of new virtual houses... In which case the eBook revolution could also see the emergence of an online world of great new designers and editors and agents and publishers. This would be extremely exciting, and very positive for the future of the written word, because these people have always been as important to the business of books and writing as the writers themselves.
Portending the death of literature isn't new. Nearly 200 years ago, Saint-Beuve supposed that "perhaps an age is coming when there will be no more writing." After all, the mass-produced book via the five century-old printing press, like all forms of organic and inorganic life, fall prey to the fatal law. The same goes for the Internet. For all its revolutionary benefits, the internet has let writers relapse into vassalage. By literature I mean the work of a singular imagination that enriches readers' intellects with thoughts printed in crisp language, banknotes from a vault of the infinite. In fact the reverse is true of the current age: our thoughts shrink to fatten the bank accounts of a few men like Jeff Bezos.
More and more of our books, music, and even personal files, however, are in The Cloud beyond our direct control. Not on our desktops, smartphones or tablets, but on remote severs, maybe thousands of miles from us, perhaps even continents and oceans away. What’s more, this issue has library angles as well.Steve Wozniak, Apple cofounder, has warned about the pitfalls of cloud computing in general, and a security breach of Apple’s iCloud only reinforced his point.
New York Times E-Book Best Sellers

A version of this list appears in the August 19, 2012 issue of The New York Times Book Review. Rankings reflect sales for the week ending August 4, 2012.

E-Book Fiction

1.     FIFTY SHADES FREED, by E. L. James
2.     FIFTY SHADES DARKER, by E. L. James
3.     FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, by E. L. James
4.     GONE GIRL, by Gillian Flynn
5.     ODD APOCALYPSE, by Dean Koontz

E-Book Nonfiction

1.     WILD, by Cheryl Strayed
2.     DOUBLE CROSS, by Ben Macintyre
3.     UNBROKEN, by Laura Hillenbrand
4.     HOW TO BE A WOMAN, by Caitlin Moran
5.     KILLING LINCOLN, by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard

Wall Street Journal E-Book Best Sellers (Week Ended July 29)

Nonfiction E-Books

TITLE
AUTHOR / PUBLISHER
THIS WEEK
LAST
WEEK
Lucky Man
1
--
Michael J. Fox/Hyperion
Wild
2
1
Cheryl Strayed/Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Unbroken
3
3
Laura Hillenbrand/Random House
Double Cross
4
New
Ben Macintyre /Crown
Summer at Tiffany
5
--
Marjorie Hart/HarperCollins
A Return to Love
6
--
Marianne Williamson/HarperCollins
How to Be a Woman
7
7
Caitlin Moran/HarperCollins
Wheat Belly
8
6
William Davis/Rodale
To Heaven and Back
9
--
Mary C. Neal/Doubleday Religious Group
Killing Lincoln
10
4
Bill O'Reilly, Martin Dugard/Henry Holt & Co.

Fiction E-Books

TITLE
AUTHOR / PUBLISHER
THIS WEEK
LAST
WEEK
Fifty Shades Freed
1
2
E.L. James/Vintage
Fifty Shades of Grey
2
3
E.L. James/Vintage
Fifty Shades Darker
3
1
E.L. James/Vintage
Gone Girl
4
4
Gillian Flynn/Crown Publishing Group
The Dark Monk
5
--
Oliver Pötzsch/AmazonCrossing
Odd Apocalypse
6
New
Dean Koontz/Random House Publishing Group
Bared to You
7
9
Sylvia Day/Penguin Group
The Hangman's Daughter
8
--
Oliver Pötzsch/AmazonCrossing
The Trinity Game
9
New
Sean Chercover /Thomas & Mercer
Where We Belong
10
5
Emily Giffin/St. Martin's Press

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