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A Little Life: A Big impact

I have always loved to read. Every night of my childhood for as long as I can remember, I fell asleep reading a book. I loved nothing more than getting engrossed in the characters, the nuances of their relationships and their stories. Show More Summary

Live, Love, Explore: The latest book from Leon Logothetis

If you're reading this during your lunch break, I'm sure you'll have had this thought: wouldn't it be grand to just walk out of your job and travel the world? See new places, cultures and meet people from all walks of life? I know I have, but I'm one of the millions who didn't act. Show More Summary

What Is It About David Copperfield?

I read David Copperfield as a student in 1970, and until recently the single detail that I remembered from it was that of Uriah Heep's handshake. Heep is a law clerk working for a kindly attorney named Wickfield, who has just taken over the very young David's care. Show More Summary

Best Teen Fantasy of 2016

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Self-Publishing: An Insult to the Written Word

NOTE: I AM SUBMITTING THIS TO THE BOOKS SECTION As a published author, people often ask me why I don't self-publish. "Surely you'd make more money if you got to keep most of the profits rather than the publisher," they say. I'd rather...Show More Summary

Mara White's Top Ten Reads of 2016

I read a lot of books. Mostly romance and its various sub-genres. I'm also drawn to suspense and I pepper in some literary fiction too. I love novels that can pull me into the pages so completely that I forget about my surroundings, my responsibilities, politics--the real world. Show More Summary

12 Criminally Overlooked Books from 2016

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'Reagan: American Icon,' by Iwan Morgan (I.B. Tauris, 2016)

Are we still in the "Age of Reagan"? The election of Barack Obama 20 years after Reagan left office appeared to have closed that chapter in American politics. The American people, and the Electoral College for that matter, in that election...Show More Summary

Top 10 Books About Muslims And Islam

Media stereotypes and misinformation about Muslims are nothing new. In a post-election world, Muslims are finding more allies who often want to help but don't know much about us. More and more of our fellow Americans have questions and...Show More Summary

A Gift From The Characters: The 11-Song Soundtrack For THIS IS THE PART WHERE YOU LAUGH

Art inspires art, and characters become real. Here are the eleven songs the characters in THIS IS THE PART WHERE YOU LAUGH are recommending to readers: Because Natalie's got swagger, let's start with her favorite four (the recs are all in her own words) - Song One: You won't have heard of this, but it's too good. Show More Summary

Epic Fantasy Meets Ancient Rome: An Interview with Michael Livingston, Author of "The Shards of Heaven" and "The Gates of Hell"

What happens when a historian brings his love of the fantasy genre to crafting a trilogy? In the case of Michael Livingston's adrenaline-pumping Shards novels, what you get resembles a cross between HBO's Rome and Game of Thrones. Set...Show More Summary

The Revenge of Analog: An Interview with David Sax

Despite claims to the contrary, technology can only do so much.  Alternatively, if you like, it's wonderful when it isn't in the way, to paraphrase Steve Hogarth of Marillion. Over the past ten or so years, we've seen vinyl sales increase. Show More Summary

Books for the Trump Years

These are the times that try men's and women's souls. With inauguration day just weeks away, if you must curl up in a ball in front of a fireplace or elsewhere, why not do it with a book or two that we hope can put the upcoming Trump...Show More Summary

17 Picture Books Not To Be Missed In 2017

This article was written by Devon Corneal for Brightly. A new year brings new opportunities, new possibilities, and, yes, plenty of brand-new books. If you’re excited for a fresh year of reading with your young ones, take a minute to...Show More Summary

From Here To Dystopia

Shortly after the November elections, a friend sent me a photo via Facebook. It was a sandwich board outside a bookstore in Massachusetts. It read: “Post-apocalyptic fiction has been moved to our current affairs section.” My friend added...Show More Summary

Second Chances at Forever with Heidi McLaughlin

Heidi McLaughlin is the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of Forever My Girl, which was optioned for film and is currently in post production with LD Studios. McLaughlin has written more than twenty-five romance novels. Show More Summary

THE WICKED CITY Is Wickedly Intoxicating

Book Review - Jackie K Cooper THE WICKED CITY by Beatriz Williams There is a fast rising star in the literary world and her name is Beatriz Williams. I discovered her through her book A CERTAIN AGE, and have been a fan ever since. Her latest novel is THE WICKED CITY and it cements her place as an author to watch. Show More Summary

A Chorus Of Poets, Differently Caroling

At a recent literary/gala reading in Los Angeles, I found myself cringing a bit as the renowned poet Rita Dove was introduced to the audience as a "national treasure". Certainly the word-choice was meant to be extravagantly laudatory,...Show More Summary

Panstuit Nation Is A Sham

This morning, Pantsuit Nation founder Libby Chamberlain announced in the Pantsuit Nation group that she had secured a book deal under the group’s name. Most of the world didn’t actually find out the news from Chamberlain herself; inShow More Summary

??9 Business Books Recommended as Last-Minute Gifts

Since writing my book How to Protect (Or Destroy) Your Reputation Online, I have met many interesting authors and interviewed a number of them for my blog. Here are nine books I can wholeheartedly recommend as last-minute gifts. AllShow More Summary

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