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JBC Bookshelf: Fall Fiction

Posted by Naomi Firestone-Teeter

While you can probably only snag a few of these before Labor Day (Sweet Like Sugar The Book of LifeThe Emperor of Lies), the rest should keep you busy through the fall (non-fiction version to follow next week).  For you fast readers, we’ll post more fiction lists throughout the season.  Continue reading here.

The Best Part of Traveling

Earlier this week, Martin Fletcher wrote about stories he’s covered for NBC’s London bureau and about choosing a title for his book . His newest book, Walking Israel: A Personal Search for the Soul of a Nation, is now available.
What I loved about writing Walking Israel was meeting the people I came across during my walk, people I would never normally have come across, and who directed me towards aspects of Israel that had never occurred to me in my 35 years of reporting from there…continue reading here.

Field Stories without Names

Yesterday, Martin Fletcher wrote about stories he’s covered for NBC’s London bureau. His newest book, Walking Israel: A Personal Search for the Soul of a Nation, is now available. He will be blogging all week for the JBC/MJL Author Blog.
I’m lousy at titles; I may spend more time thinking about what to call a book than planning its content. But what I’ve discovered is it doesn’t matter much what I think because the publisher decides anyway. Continue reading here.

From Serious News to the Tabloids

Martin Fletcher’s newest book, Walking Israel: A Personal Search for the Soul of a Nation, will be available tomorrow. He will be blogging all week for the JBC/MJL Author Blog.

I left NBC News to write books. Which explains why I quickly found myself back on their doorstep, begging for work – paid work. Continue reading here.