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NPR’s Book Concierge Is Live: Today In Books

NPR’s Book Concierge Is Live

NPR has released this year’s Book Concierge which is 2,000+ books selected by their staff and critics. With a ton of filters, from genres to “the dark side,” it’s an amazing way to find your next read. Or next hundred. Have fun!

In Sad News

Dorothy Catherine “D.C”. Fontana, Star Trek franchise legend, passed away on December 2 at the age of 80. Fontana wrote one of the early episodes of Stark Trek, Charlie X, which went on to become a template for the show’s stories. She also wrote the first time-travel episode for the franchise, and created “the characters of Spock’s parents, the Vulcan Sarek and the human Amanda Grayson.” And those are just a few of the amazing things she’s credited with.

No Time To Die

The latest Bond film has a trailer! Between Phoebe Waller-Bridge fixing the script and Lashana Lynch as a 00 agent I am super excited for No Time To Die! Making all the popcorn.