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Model Amber Rose announced Wednesday that she will be teaming up with Simon & Schuster imprint Gallery Books to publish a juicy tell-all titled How to Be a Bad Bitch. In her book, Rose will spill her secrets to being successful, covering topics such as love, fashion, finances, and beauty, and sharing advice for confidence and self-acceptance. The book is set for release on Oct. 27. (Billboard)

Mark Zuckerberg has chosen the latest read for his Facebook book club, titled On Immunity: An Inoculation. The book, written by essayist Eula Biss, examines the worldwide fear of vaccination. A timely topic, Zuckerberg said that he thinks vaccines are important for community health and that he chose the book because it “logically explains why the doubts are unfounded and vaccines are in fact effective and safe.” (Washington Post)

Publishing house Simon & Schuster recently said that it will be reprinting 10,000 copies of the late David Carr’s 2008 memoir, The Night of the Gun. Since the New York Times columnist’s unexpected death on February 12, his book has been in high demand, currently out of stock on Amazon. (Publisher’s Weekly)

Authors participating in the 2015 Twitter Fiction Festival have been announced, including bestsellers like Lemony Snicket, Jackie Collins, Chuck Wendig, and Margaret Atwood. The virtual fest will take place from May 11-15, allowing these authors and writers around the globe to create original fiction pieces strictly using the Twitter platform and the hashtag #TwitterFiction. (GalleyCat)

The real-life Professor Snape has been located at Durham University in England. The Telegraph reported that Michael Snape, a 46-year-old historian, was just hired to teach Anglican Studies the university, making him Professor Snape. Although he technically won’t be a professor until he takes his position Sept. 1, he told UK newspaper that he’s already prepared for the giggles and Harry Potter references. (The Telegraph)

Amazon audio retailer Audible released a free audiobook of classic love poems, appropriately titled Classic Love Poems. The Hobbit’s Richard Armitage is the narrator of the 22-minute long compilation of 15 different pieces written by the likes of William Shakespeare, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Edgar Allan Poe and more. The collection is available for free through Audible until March 9. (GalleyCat)

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