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Saturday Links: Stephen King, Charlaine Harris and Book Gifts for Twilighters

Every week I come across interesting links that aren’t reviews, but more along the lines of book talk and book news. They can run the gamut from new releases, fun book thoughts and sometimes things that are only marginally book-related. So I’ve decided to post them each Saturday, and since I’m not feeling particularly creative today, the only name I could think of was “Saturday Links”. So Saturday Links it is!

Here’s what I’ve shared this week (and for everyone who follows me on Twitter, I have – I hope! – set things up so that anytime I share a link, it will get Tweeted):

Stephen King: Best Books of ’08: Several books here that I want to read – Joseph Wambaugh’s Hollywood Crows, Kate Atkinson’s When Will There Be Good News?, Stef Penney’s The Tenderness of Wolves and the novels of Robert Goddard.

Excerpt from Charlaine Harris’ upcoming Sookie Stackhouse novel, Dead and Gone, found via Urban Fantasy Land: I’m tempted to start the Stackhouse series with Dead and Gone, instead of going back to the beginning.

Twelve Days of Giving: Books for Twilighters: I haven’t read the Twilight series yet (they’re in my TBR), but I liked this list of gift suggestions for fans of Twilight. I’ve read Meg Cabot’s Mediator series which I enjoyed very much. And I’m adding Demon in My View to my TBR.