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What You Missed On 7/9

We know, we know. You got super-busy yesterday and couldn't keep up with all the goings-on at our blog, and now you aren't sure where to start. (Or maybe you're an East Coaster and all of our posts went up after you punched out for the day.)

We've got your back. Here's what you missed yesterday on the blog:

Wild Feminine
Wild Feminine author Tami Lynn Kent writes about learning to listen and follow the female body.

Book News for Thursday, July 9, 2009
Why authors should hesitate before lashing out at critics on the Interwebs, the cover of Dan Brown's new novel, and more!

Isaac Newton to the rescue
Our newest Review-a-Day partner, The Oregonian, reviews Newton and the Counterfeiter: The Unknown Detective Career of the World's Greatest Scientist by Thomas Levenson

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Brockman is the head writer for the daily Book News posts on the blog. In his free time he's hard at work on his fictional memoir, which changes titles daily.

The views and commentary posted by Brockman are entirely his own, and are not representative of the whole of Powell's Books, its employees, or any sane human being.

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One Response to "What You Missed On 7/9"

    dougc July 10th, 2009 at 9:20 am

    Wow, "yesterday..." That's so not-internet.

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