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Timothy Hutton Stars in Julie Klam Book Trailer

Oscar winning actor Timothy Hutton and Riverhead publisher Geoffrey Kloske co-starred in a new book trailer for author Julie Klam. Follow this link to watch the video.

New York Magazine described the trailer: “[Hutton] plays an a**hole version of himself in a book trailer for Julie Klam, an author he knew only from Twitter.”

This is the first time both Hutton and Kloske have appeared in a book trailer. The trailer advertises the paperback version of You Had Me at Woof: How Dogs Taught Me the Secrets of Happiness and the hardcover publication Love at First Bark: How Saving a Dog Can Sometimes Help You Save Yourself.

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The Totally Hip Book Reviewer’s Gift Guide

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Washington Post fiction editor Ron Charles‘ Totally Hip Book Reviewer video series introduced three literary products this week: the bookly (a literary parody of the Snuggie), Spine perfume (the scent of the Library of Congress), and the Doogk (an eReader for dogs). The video is embedded above.

In Charles’ words, the Doogk is “the handy, beef-flavored, eReader for man’s best friend. And the tough raw hide construction provides extra teething pleasure no ordinary book can match.” Julie Klam, the author of You Had Me at Woof, makes a cameo with her dog, Fiorello, to endorse the Doogk.

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Stephen King’s Favorite Holiday Movie

As we watch the sun set on a cold winter afternoon, here is some GalleyCatnip to play with…

The Millions’ annual Year in Reading feature launches with book recommendations from Hari Kunzru (author of “My Revolutions”) and Julie Klam (author of “Please Excuse My Daughter.)”

The Mother Reader blog lists 105 ways to give a book for the holiday season.

That Simon & Schuster video feature asks a number of famous authors to talk about their favorite holiday movie, including bestselling novelists like Vince Flynn, Sandra Brown, and Stephen King.

Bookfind looks at inappropriate bookmarks discovered in books.

For the more cynical members of the audience, Flavorpill explores five adult remakes of classic books for children.