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Another Prince Harry book? ‘Spare Us!’ gives his memoir the parody treatment

UPDATED: Thu., March 23, 2023

First came the Twitter critics, then the late-night comedians and now the satirists: Prince Harry's bestselling memoir "Spare" is getting the parody treatment, to arrive on the heels of April Fool's Day. Yes, the joke book is real, according to U.K. publisher Little, Brown, which is part of Hachette U.K. "Spare Us! A Harrody" will be available to buy in the U.K. on April 5, a spokesperson for ...

A&E >  Northwest Passages

Author Ammi Midstokke brings her passion for storytelling and introspection to Northwest Passages stage March 15

Hers was a childhood immersed in nature, unencumbered by the distractions of television and free from the shackles of formal schooling or, for that matter, electricity. Sent to find moss to insulate her family’s ramshackle log cabin north of Sandpoint, Ammi Midstokke rambled through cedar groves, passing “fairy tale creeks” and generally soaking up the natural world. Later she would scribble it down in her journal, an innate curiosity and propensity for detail blooming.
A&E >  Books

How former Seattleite Bonnie Garmus’ debut novel became a bestseller

Feb. 14—"If I could have dreamed it," said author Bonnie Garmus, "I wouldn't have dreamed it quite this big." Speaking on the phone from her home in London, the 65-year-old former Seattleite is living a writer's dream. Her acclaimed debut novel "Lessons in Chemistry," published last spring, has spent 39 weeks on The New York Times bestseller list for hardcover fiction, as of the Feb. 19 list, ...

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