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Most exciting book releases of 2018 | Literature | Showcase

With declining sales and lagging revenues, 2017 wasn't a great year when it came to the business of literary fiction. So what does 2018 hold for the book industry? Can a series of highly anticipated releases, sequels and potential bestsellers change the gloomy atmosphere hanging over the book world? It might be a little early in the year to make that prediction. But, here is a list of five exciting new releases that we think are up to the challenge.

Why book covers matter | Literature | Showcase

Why book covers matter | Literature | Showcase

Tombi the cat becomes beloved book character

Tombi the cat becomes beloved book character

World Book Day | A Look Into | Showcase

World Book Day | A Look Into | Showcase

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Has Ataturk's legacy been commercialised

The painful colonial past of Barbados

The painful colonial past of Barbados

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Who is Twitter’s new CEO Parag Agrawal?

African leaders slam Omicron travel bans imposed by Western countries

African leaders slam Omicron travel bans imposed by Western countries

Turkey’s floating power plants help Cuba amid electricity shortage

Turkey’s floating power plants help Cuba amid electricity shortage

Mohammed el Kurd gives speech at the UN on Palestinian freedom

Mohammed el Kurd gives speech at the UN on Palestinian freedom

Shin Bet allegedly cyberbullied Palestinian boy before he was killed

Shin Bet allegedly cyberbullied Palestinian boy before he was killed

Activists in South Africa call on government to halt Shell’s seismic survey

Activists in South Africa call on government to halt Shell’s seismic survey

Muslim comedian quits over threats in India

Muslim comedian quits over threats in India

Iran nuclear deal timeline

Iran nuclear deal timeline

The Omicron variant may cause higher inflation

The Omicron variant may cause higher inflation

Protests against presence of French military in Niger turn deadly

Protests against presence of French military in Niger turn deadly

US unemployment is far from recovery

US unemployment is far from recovery

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