The writer who used to act behind the scenes by posting his reading favorites on the networks finds himself in the window. And now a subject of curiosity in his neighborhood bookstore, ready to improvise his very first dedications, because it is now a question of emerging from what is called the literary re-entry, with 75 new first novels such as “The faience dogs” , but Thomas has a trick on the cover to make him stand out. “It’s called a Blurb, it’s a phrase from a writer, a journalist that people usually know to highlight the book,” Thomas explains. And he hit hard with the commentary of Goncourt, Jean-Paul Dubois.
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