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"Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple."

~ Dr. Suess

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~ Douglas Adams

"Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass."

~ Anton Chekhov

Tag Archives | Non-fiction

A Few Tips on Getting Published

One of the most common questions we’re asked at Exclusive Books is: ‘How do I get published?’ As a retailer, we don’t publish books, but we naturally work with the many South African publishers who do. Being in the industry, we get a good feel for what they look for, and the kind of books […]

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Best New Books: May 2012

Exclusive Books presents our best new books from our most popular in store categories online at Exclusives.co.za. Expect to find these great titles in store at your nearest Exclusive Books outlet during the month of May. Get these titles online with free delivery to your nearest Exclusive Books within 5-9 working days or delivered to your […]

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10 Great Audio Books to Listen to in Traffic

10 Great Ways to Mitigate Traffic

Anyone working or staying in or around the city is likely to be subjected to at least a small amount of traffic on a daily basis, and that’s if you’re lucky. Probably one of the worst things about traffic is that it can significantly increase the time it takes you to reach your destination. From […]

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2011 National Book Award Winners Announced

To follow up on our posts here and here about the National Book Awards, the winners have been announced! The official website of the National Book Foundation states that the 5 winners were chosen from a wide selection: In 2011, there were 1,223 books submitted for the National Book Awards. The number of books by […]

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Finalists of National Book Award 2011 Announced!

The Tiger's Wife

The finalists for the four categories in the National Book Award have just been announced! In the fiction category we see the 2011 Orange Prize winner The Tiger’s Wife by Tea Obrecht, a likely winner for this prestigious award. In the Poetry category we see the familiar Adrienne Rich, one of America’s foremost feminist poets, with her collection […]

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