Shannon Bolithoe : A Writing Life


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Katie Hill, Who Quit Congress Amid Ethics Inquiry, Will Publish Memoir

Last fall, private photos were published of Ms. Hill, and the House investigated claims of a relationship with an aide. Her farewell speech became famous. Last fall, Katie Hill, a Democratic congresswoman from California, faced some of the darkest moments of her life.

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What Do Famous People’s Bookshelves Reveal?

In quarantine, people are inadvertently exposing their reading habits — embarrassing, surprising and impressive. Bibliophiles do not approach bookshelves lightly. A stranger’s collection is to us a window to their soul.

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‘Imagine This Were Your Sister,’ Ronan Farrow Tells Woody Allen’s Publisher

The author of “Catch and Kill,” which was published by a division of Hachette Book Group, said he wouldn’t work with the company again after it announced plans to publish his father’s memoir.

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His Son Hiked Into the Costa Rican Jungle, and Never Came Out. What Happened?

When you purchase an independently reviewed book through our site, we earn an affiliate commission. Years ago, I brought a city friend hiking. We had to cross a river of snowmelt on a cold, rainy day, and though the water normally stayed shallow, it was deeper and faster than I’d ever seen it.

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Her Blog Post About Uber Upended Big Tech. Now She’s Written a Memoir.

When you purchase an independently reviewed book through our site, we earn an affiliate commission. In December 2015, Susan Fowler was settling into a new job as a software engineer at the technology-transportation company Uber when her boss sent her a series of disturbing chat messages.

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