A few bookish links from around the Web:
- Sarah Palin’s much-anticipated memoir hits shelves today. Palin tells Oprah in an unused clip from yesterday’s interview that “logistically speaking, practically speaking, it wasn’t a real difficult exercise to write the book” (via GalleyCat)
- The Associated Press has compiled a list of the errors found in Going Rogue
- Stephenie Meyer, author of the wildly popular Twilight empire series, also sat on Oprah’s couch in a rare public appearance last Friday. In an unused clip (via Entertainment Weekly), Meyer admits to being “a little burned out by vampires” and says that she “may go spend some time with … aliens.”
- For those of you sick of everything vampire, Bookgasm offers a werewolf alternative in David Wellington’s Frostbite
- The New Oxford American Dictionary‘s Word of the Year is “unfriend,” which is defined as: “to remove someone as a ˜friend’ on a social networking site such as Facebook.” Runners-up for the title included “hashtag,” “sexting,” “teabagger,” and “tramp stamp”
- The future is digital: the National Post reports that students at Toronto’s Blyth Academy will all receive a Sony Reader to replace those stuffy old textbooks of yore
- How would you like your Bible? Handwritten or on your Xbox?