For your weekend reading pleasure, we’ve collected the ten most popular publishing stories of the week–ranging from a sign by frustrated Borders employees (embedded above) to Stephen King‘s sequel to The Shining to gloomy bookstore predictions.
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1. Borders Employees Vent Frustration
2. Facebook to Introduce a ‘Read’ Button
3. Stephen King Reads from Sequel to The Shining
4. Stop Abusing the Word ‘Literally’
5. Can You Be A Writer Without Being A Reader?
6. Bible Study Leaders Fined $300 for Weekly Meeting
7. 5 Free College-Level Writing & Lit Videos
8. ‘One for the Money’ Trailer Released
9. TechCrunch Predicts Bookstores Will Disappear by 2018
10. Change Your Boring Workout into a Zombie Story
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- Haruki Murakami & The Great Gatsby: Top Stories of the Week