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10 Books to Read before Your Trip to Cuba

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10 Books to Read before Your Trip to Cuba

This post is sponsored by Rosetta Stone. The world is huge, and chances are you’ve barely scratched the surface—if only because some areas are still...
And the Winner Is…10 Award-Worthy 2015 Books

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And the Winner Is…10 Award-Worthy 2015 Books

I engage in many forms of book nerdery, including book hoarding and keeping a running list of everything I read each year. Also, I’m a little ashamed...
8 Nonfiction Recommendations for Fiction Fans

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8 Nonfiction Recommendations for Fiction Fans

We’ve all been there: You finish a book that stole a piece of your soul. Even after consuming sequels, prequels, television and film adaptations,...
6 Books to Read Now that You’ve Finished Go Set a Watchman

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6 Books to Read Now that You’ve Finished Go Set a Watchman

If you were excited about the long-delayed release of Go Set a Watchman, Harper Lee’s first novel, chances are good you reread To Kill a Mockingbird in...
6 Books Every Designer Should Have On Their Shelf

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6 Books Every Designer Should Have On Their Shelf

Graphic designers are a hungry bunch. Hungry for inspiration, hungry for new fonts, hungry for solutions to knotty design problems. These days, the...
What to Read After The Rosie Effect

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What to Read After The Rosie Effect

The Rosie Project and its sequel, The Rosie Effect, both by Graeme Simsion, leave readers wanting more. More theories from protaganist Don, a sharply...
Five Authors Who Escaped Pigeonholing by Switching Genres

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Five Authors Who Escaped Pigeonholing by Switching Genres

People have a natural desire to reduce everyone and everything to a simple descriptor as a way of making sense of the world around them. For writers,...

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What to Read Next If You Liked As You Wish, Yes Please, The Peripheral, The Book of Strange New Things, or The Secret History of Wonder Woman

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What to Read Next If You Liked As You Wish, Yes Please, The Peripheral, The Book of Strange New Things, or The Secret History of Wonder Woman

Every fan of The Princess Bride is sure to fall in “twue wuv” with As You Wish, a loving memoir of the making of one of the most universally...
What to Read in November

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What to Read in November

Each month we ask a panel of our bloggers to suggest a book based on what they’re reading right now. Here’s what we think you should read this month!...

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What to Read Next if You Liked 13 Hours in Benghazi, The Broken Eye, The Miniaturist, The Children Act, or Rebel Yell

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What to Read Next if You Liked 13 Hours in Benghazi, The Broken Eye, The Miniaturist, The Children Act, or Rebel Yell

13 Hours in Benghazi, by Mitchell Zuckoff, is a harrowing account of the tragedy that shook the nation and created a political firestorm. For another...
What to Read Next If You Liked This is Where I Leave You, Station Eleven, The Drop, The Best of Me, or The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace

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What to Read Next If You Liked This is Where I Leave You, Station Eleven, The Drop, The Best of Me, or The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace

It’s no surprise that Jonathan Tropper’s This is Where I Leave You was made into a movie. Already, the book reads like just the kind of...

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Best of The West: Painted Horses and 6 Other Western Fiction Favorites

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Best of The West: Painted Horses and 6 Other Western Fiction Favorites

Malcolm Brooks’ new book, Painted Horses, is getting loads of acclaim from fans and critics alike. It’s a sweeping novel with all the trappings of...

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