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Colleen Lindsay
Professional nerd. Publishing optimist. Cat herder. Sartorial tragedy. Random Penguin. Marketing, Social Media & Reader Experience at . Hello!
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Colleen Lindsay May 1
You GUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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AceRocBooks May 1
Military SF fans, we're looking for new readers for one of our favorite SF writers, Jack Campbell! Enter here to win:
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 30
When you carry your phone around at the con and accidentally take 47 photos of the carpet.
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 30
Are you following the Twitter feed? If you like our books, you should be! Head on over & show it some love, please. =)
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Berkley & NAL Books Apr 30
Jen Lancaster hits the road next week for I REGRET NOTHING!
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Berkley & NAL Books Apr 30
Meet on tour for her gorgeous historical fiction THE HOUSE OF HAWTHORNE! Will she be in *your* city?
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Danielle Dill Apr 29
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 29
Check out the whole list on - a great selection of books!
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 29
We hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by the Penguin booth!
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 28
Oh, well played, Agents of Shield. WELL PLAYED.
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 28
The is touring for DAY SHIFT but if you aren't near a tour city, you can also buy a signed copy here:
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 28
The blog has a cover reveal for Zen Cho's SORCERER TO THE CROWN, one of the books we're giving away @ SDCC!
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 28
Hey, if it's good enough for Beyoncé... =)
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BlackGirlNerds Apr 27
. is taking submissions for panels October 10-11 in Seattle. Call for submissions closes on May 1.
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 27
Someone who is disabled and doesn't have use of their right hand wouldn't be able to really use the Nook Glowlight.
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 27
The previous version of the Nook had buttons you could program to optimize for right or left hand page turning.
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 27
I hold it in my left hand when I'm eating, too, because I hold the fork in my right hand. Weird design flaw.
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Colleen Lindsay Apr 27
I always hold it in my left hand because I am holding a subway pole with my right. I don't know why it was designed that way.
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