Click My Link: March 12, 2013

Happy Tuesday!

Massachusetts Library Will Soon Begin Publishing Ebooks

New title radar for the week of March 11 (via Earlyword).

According to James Patterson, Alex Cross began as a female character.

Why your assumptions about used ebooks are wrong.

The curse of "you may also like": Algorithms and “big data” are good at figuring out what we like—and that may kill creativity.

Should universities offer 24-hour libraries?

Lonely Planet guide saves life of three boys.

Jeffrey Archer on the world's best private art galleries.

Scholar ghost-wrote Sweet Valley High books to pay her way through Oxford. (Too bad it had to be a "hidden life.")

Are traditional romance books "too smutty"? (Y'all know MY vote.)

Librarians and Happenstance voyagers, SXSW recap, days 2 and 3.

Vintage covers for Shelley's Frankenstein. (I'm a sucker for covers.)

Coming to a theater or VOD near you: Judy Blume's Tiger Eyes.

200 Significant Science Fiction books by Women 1984-2001.

Army's first interactive iPad book lets you finger swipe through Afghanistan.

Libraries Are For People via our friend @shinyinfo.

Anna's review of the 50 Shades trilogy.

Just for Fun:

Sherlock S3 starts filming next week!

Cast your vote for the Great American Novel.

School of Thrones!  Possibly my favorite thing of the week.


Cece Writer said…
Meyer can suck it--Bella was a stupid heifer with no spine.

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