Michael Connelly

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Amazon to Adapt Michael Connelly's 'Harry Bosch' Books Into a Web Series - Posted March 31, 2014
Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch book series will be adapted into an Amazon Original web series called Bosch. Thus far, Connelly has published sixteen books in this mystery series with the latest installment, The Burning Room, due out in November 2014. He will work with Law & Order writer ... [GalleyCat]

'Lone Survivor' Tops iBooks' Top Selling Books of the Week Charts - Posted January 22, 2014
Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell & Patrick Robinson was the top selling book in Apple... [GalleyCat]

Amazon Green Lights Michael Connelly TV Pilot - Posted October 31, 2013
Amazon Studios has ordered a two-hour long pilot for Bosch, a TV series based on Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch book series. The Wire writer Eric Overmyer will work on the project with Connelly. Here's more about the project, from the release: B... [semanticweb.com]

Amazon Green Lights Michael Connelly TV Pilot - Posted October 31, 2013
Amazon Studios has ordered a two-hour long pilot for Bosch, a TV series based on Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch book series. The Wire writer Eric Overmyer will work on the project with Connelly. Here's more about the project, from the release: B... [GalleyCat]

23 Thriller Writers 'Face Off' in Upcoming Anthology - Posted July 9, 2013
International Thriller Writers (ITW) curated an 11-story anthology that pits 23 different thriller authors in a historic Face Off. Here's more about the collection: The stories in Face Off will feature such pairin... [semanticweb.com]

Michael Connelly Writing Music on Spotify - Posted February 19, 2013
What kind of music do your characters listen to? Novelist Michael Connelly has created a dark and inspiring soundtrack over the course of his career. At a Sony Readers ... [GalleyCat]

Scholar Sues Arthur Conan Doyle Estate Over Sherlock Holmes Copyright - Posted February 15, 2013
Scholar Leslie S. Klinger has filed a civil suit in federal court against the Arthur Conan Doyle Estate, hoping to prove that... [GalleyCat]

Mystery Lovers Bookshop Up For Sale - Posted February 15, 2012
Mary Alice Gorman and Richard Gorman, the current owners of the Mystery Lovers Bookshop, hope to sell the Oakmont, Pennsylvania store after 21 years. Interested parties should visit this webpage about the sto... [semanticweb.com]

Mystery Lovers Bookshop Up For Sale - Posted February 15, 2012
Mary Alice Gorman and Richard Gorman, the current owners of the Mystery Lovers Bookshop, hope to sell the Oakmont, Pennsylvania store after 21 years. Interested parties should visit this webpage about the sto... [GalleyCat]

Janet Evanovich & Kathryn Stockett Sell One Million Kindle eBooks - Posted August 16, 2011
Authors Janet Evanovich and Kathryn Stockett have each sold more than a million Kindle books, joining what Amazon has termed the "Kindle Million Club." The authors join the likes of Stieg Larsson, James Patterson, Nora Roberts... [GalleyCat]

Self-Published Author Sells 1 Million Kindle eBooks - Posted June 20, 2011
John Locke has become the first self-published author to join the Kindle Million Club--the eighth author to sell one million eBooks through Amazon. Follow this link to read free samples of his novels. Locke ... [semanticweb.com]

Self-Published Author Sells 1 Million Kindle eBooks - Posted June 20, 2011
John Locke has become the first self-published author to join the Kindle Million Club--the eighth author to sell one million eBooks through Amazon. Follow this link to read free samples of his novels. Locke ... [GalleyCat]

Do Blurbs Matter? - Posted April 5, 2011
Do blurbs matter when you buy a book? Over at The Awl, six authors shared vastly different opinions about blurbs. They also offered some practical advice about getting blurbs for your own work--add your though... [GalleyCat]

Enhanced eBook Edition of David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest Coming - Posted March 17, 2010
Enhanced eBooks have been the talk of the town this week--from SXSW to bestselling novelists. Over at ... [GalleyCat]

Best Writing Music of 2009, Part Two - Posted December 31, 2009
Just in time for the new year, here are our readers' most inspirational songs of the year. Click here to read part one, and don't forget to check out ... [GalleyCat]

Michael Connelly Talks Newspapers With SoCal Con - Posted November 9, 2009
"The new growth industry is going to be corruption, corruption on a small scale, because that's the newspapers meat and potatoes is to kind of watchdog that type of thing," says former LAT reporter turned crime writer Michael... [FishbowlLA]

Carlos Ruiz Zafon Novel Debuts on Top of Indie Bestseller List - Posted June 25, 2009
During its debut week on the list, "The Angel's Game" by Carlos Ruiz Zafon topped the Indie Bestseller List in the hardcover fiction category. After polling hundreds of independent booksellers around the country, IndieBound released the Indie Bestsell... [GalleyCat]

How to Write a Fictional Twitter Feed - Posted June 15, 2009
Earlier this year ... [GalleyCat]

Famous Author Summer Book Club - Posted June 5, 2009
Like a celebrity book club with a classy membership, Michael Connelly, Mary Karr, Jonathan Lethem, an... [GalleyCat]

New Michael Connelly Novel Depicts LAT Meltdown - Posted May 21, 2009
Michael Connelly's book The Scarecrow, will be out next week. It's a novel about a - wait for it - serial killer. The protagonist, however, is a LA Times scribe. From the book: Like the paper and ink newspaper itself, my time was o... [FishbowlLA]

Jane Wood Jumps to Quercus - Posted April 10, 2007
Jane Wood, currently Orion's editor-in-chief, has announced she will be moving to Quercus in the summer of 2007 to build up the independent publisher's general and women's fiction list, the Bookseller reports. Her job title will be publisher, and she will work alongside Sue Freestone, Jon Riley and Nic Cheetham. Wood,... [GalleyCat]

"Cold Coup" by Hachette Book Group? - Posted February 6, 2007
A topic that endlessly fascinates me is how UK and US publishers are fighting over who should have territorial rights in Europe. In a nutshell, the US advocates an open market while the UK is protective of their rights interests. But a new wrinkle has developed in the form of an... [GalleyCat]

New York Times nabs Rankin For "Funny Pages" - Posted February 5, 2007
Once Michael Chabon finishes up his adventure-themed novella for the New York Times Magazine, Ian Rankin will start his own multi-week serial for the paper, the Independent reports, thereby becoming the first non-American to have a specially commissioned work serialised by ... [GalleyCat]

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