Former leading New Zealand publisher and bookseller, and widely experienced judge of both the Commonwealth Writers Prize and the Montana New Zealand Book Awards, talks about what he is currently reading, what impresses him and what doesn't, along with chat about the international English language book scene, and links to sites of interest to booklovers.
The first memoir by Amy Krouse
Rosenthal, who died on March 13 at age 51, uses the word “death” only once.
I know this because the endpapers include a list: How Many Times Certain
Words Appear in This Book. “Cool” appears 22 times, “really” 69,
“awkward” and “weird” both six. “Love” gets 78.