Julie Bosman New York Times

'Julie Bosman New York Times' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Lusty tales and hot sales: Romance e-books thrive
    Written by mangalab | Tuesday June 5, 2012
    Sarah Wendell, blogger and co-author of "Beyond Heaving Bosoms," is passionate about romance novels. Except for the covers, with their images of sinewy limbs, flowing, Fabio-esque locks or, as she put it, "the mullets and the man chests." "They are...
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  • E-readers catch younger eyes and go in backpacks
    Written by Amit | Friday June 8, 2012
    Something extraordinary happened after Eliana Litos received an e-reader for a Hanukkah gift in December."Some weeks I completely forgot about TV," said Eliana, 11. "I went two weeks with only watching one show, or no shows at all. I was...
    gadgets360.com
  • Rowling Releases 'Harry Potter' Into the Ether on Pottermore
    Written by Sahil | Tuesday June 5, 2012
    Ms. Rowling has retained the digital rights to her books and for years has resisted the creation of e-book editions, despite the popularity and profit that would inevitably follow.
    gadgets360.com
  • Philip Roth wins Man Booker International Prize in disputed fashion
    World News | Julie Bosman, The New York Times | Wednesday May 18, 2011
    Calling him the "most decorated living American writer," a panel named Philip Roth the winner of the Man Booker International Prize on Wednesday, an honor awarded every two years to an author for extraordinary work in fiction. The decision prompted one of the judges to withdraw from the panel.Mr. Roth, who has written dozens of novels including "Go...
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  • In novels, an ex-spy returns to the fold
    World News | Julie Bosman, The New York Times | Saturday March 19, 2011
    The sexy female spy has a well-worn place in popular culture. Angelina Jolie, donning heavy black eyeliner and a slim trench coat, in "Salt." Halle Berry in "Die Another Day," seductively climbing out of the surf in an orange bikini. Who better to roll her eyes at it all than Valerie Plame Wilson, the real-life glamorous former C.I.A. operative? "T...
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  • Boy's tale of heaven is publishing phenomenon
    World News | Julie Bosman, New York Times | Saturday March 12, 2011
    Just two months shy of his fourth birthday, Colton Burpo, the son of an evangelical pastor in Imperial, Neb., was rushed into emergency surgery with a burst appendix.He woke up with an astonishing story: He had died and gone to heaven, where he met his great-grandfather; the biblical figure Samson; John the Baptist; and Jesus, who had eyes that "we...
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  • E-readers catch younger eyes and go in backpacks
    Technology | Julie Bosman, New York Times | Saturday February 5, 2011
    Something extraordinary happened after Eliana Litos received an e-reader for a Hanukkah gift in December."Some weeks I completely forgot about TV," said Eliana, 11. "I went two weeks with only watching one show, or no shows at all. I was just reading every day."Ever since the holidays, publishers have noticed that some unusual titles have spiked in...
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  • Lusty tales and hot sales: Romance e-books thrive
    World News | Julie Bosman, New York Times | Thursday December 9, 2010
    Sarah Wendell, blogger and co-author of "Beyond Heaving Bosoms," is passionate about romance novels. Except for the covers, with their images of sinewy limbs, flowing, Fabio-esque locks or, as she put it, "the mullets and the man chests." "They are not always something that you are comfortable holding in your hand in public," Ms. Wendell said. So s...
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'Julie Bosman New York Times' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Lusty tales and hot sales: Romance e-books thrive
    Written by mangalab | Tuesday June 5, 2012
    Sarah Wendell, blogger and co-author of "Beyond Heaving Bosoms," is passionate about romance novels. Except for the covers, with their images of sinewy limbs, flowing, Fabio-esque locks or, as she put it, "the mullets and the man chests." "They are...
    gadgets360.com
  • E-readers catch younger eyes and go in backpacks
    Written by Amit | Friday June 8, 2012
    Something extraordinary happened after Eliana Litos received an e-reader for a Hanukkah gift in December."Some weeks I completely forgot about TV," said Eliana, 11. "I went two weeks with only watching one show, or no shows at all. I was...
    gadgets360.com
  • Rowling Releases 'Harry Potter' Into the Ether on Pottermore
    Written by Sahil | Tuesday June 5, 2012
    Ms. Rowling has retained the digital rights to her books and for years has resisted the creation of e-book editions, despite the popularity and profit that would inevitably follow.
    gadgets360.com
  • Philip Roth wins Man Booker International Prize in disputed fashion
    World News | Julie Bosman, The New York Times | Wednesday May 18, 2011
    Calling him the "most decorated living American writer," a panel named Philip Roth the winner of the Man Booker International Prize on Wednesday, an honor awarded every two years to an author for extraordinary work in fiction. The decision prompted one of the judges to withdraw from the panel.Mr. Roth, who has written dozens of novels including "Go...
    www.ndtv.com
  • In novels, an ex-spy returns to the fold
    World News | Julie Bosman, The New York Times | Saturday March 19, 2011
    The sexy female spy has a well-worn place in popular culture. Angelina Jolie, donning heavy black eyeliner and a slim trench coat, in "Salt." Halle Berry in "Die Another Day," seductively climbing out of the surf in an orange bikini. Who better to roll her eyes at it all than Valerie Plame Wilson, the real-life glamorous former C.I.A. operative? "T...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Boy's tale of heaven is publishing phenomenon
    World News | Julie Bosman, New York Times | Saturday March 12, 2011
    Just two months shy of his fourth birthday, Colton Burpo, the son of an evangelical pastor in Imperial, Neb., was rushed into emergency surgery with a burst appendix.He woke up with an astonishing story: He had died and gone to heaven, where he met his great-grandfather; the biblical figure Samson; John the Baptist; and Jesus, who had eyes that "we...
    www.ndtv.com
  • E-readers catch younger eyes and go in backpacks
    Technology | Julie Bosman, New York Times | Saturday February 5, 2011
    Something extraordinary happened after Eliana Litos received an e-reader for a Hanukkah gift in December."Some weeks I completely forgot about TV," said Eliana, 11. "I went two weeks with only watching one show, or no shows at all. I was just reading every day."Ever since the holidays, publishers have noticed that some unusual titles have spiked in...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Lusty tales and hot sales: Romance e-books thrive
    World News | Julie Bosman, New York Times | Thursday December 9, 2010
    Sarah Wendell, blogger and co-author of "Beyond Heaving Bosoms," is passionate about romance novels. Except for the covers, with their images of sinewy limbs, flowing, Fabio-esque locks or, as she put it, "the mullets and the man chests." "They are not always something that you are comfortable holding in your hand in public," Ms. Wendell said. So s...
    www.ndtv.com
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