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Authors reveal their reading lists--what they're reading now, what books are inspiring them, and what they're recommending to others.

What Are You Reading? Simon & Schuster

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Authors reveal their reading lists--what they're reading now, what books are inspiring them, and what they're recommending to others.

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    Michael Waldman: What Are You Reading?

    Michael Waldman: What Are You Reading?

    Michael Waldman, author of 'The Second Amendment', talks about taking a break from reading about the founding fathers now that his own book is finished.

    • 29 sec
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    Nina Sankovitch: What Are You Reading?

    Nina Sankovitch: What Are You Reading?

    Nina Sankovitch, author of 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered' talks about reading 'Quiet Dell' by Jayne Anne Phillips.

    • 1 min
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    Thanassis Cambanis: What Are You Reading?

    Thanassis Cambanis: What Are You Reading?

    Thanassis Cambanis, author of 'Once Upon a Revolution', talks about laughing out loud while reading 'The Silence and the Roar' by Nihad Sirees.

    • 1 min
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    Dianne Hales: What Are You Reading?

    Dianne Hales: What Are You Reading?

    Dianne Hales, author of 'Mona Lisa; A Life Discovered,' talks bout the types of books that she loves to read, and how she categorizes them.

    • 52 sec
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    Jeff Hobbs: What Are You Reading?

    Jeff Hobbs: What Are You Reading?

    Jeff Hobbs, author of 'The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace' talks about reading Marina Keegan's 'The Opposite of Loneliness' and the parallels with his own work.

    • 31 sec
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    Scott Eyman: What Are You Reading?

    Scott Eyman: What Are You Reading?

    Scott Eyman, author of 'John Wayne: The Life and Legend' is reading about the original "trial of the century" when, in 1921, actor Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle was accused of murder, as recounted in Greg Merritt's 'Room 1219.'

    • 35 sec

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