Every day in this space, we will consult a new entry in the 1987 book The Modern Man’s Guide to Life to see how the advice therein has aged. This is our first example, on the matter of air travel. Read more...
Today is the day … Lucy Kincaid is back in BEST LAID PLANS, the 9th (can you believe it NINTH????) book in her series! Visit my webpage here for all the buy links for all your favorite vendors, from Amazon … Read more ›
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In the premiere episode of his TeleSUR show, “Days of Revolt,” Chris Hedges sits down with political commentator and professor Cornel West to discuss the black prophetic tradition, a movement profiled in West’s recent book, “Black Prophetic Fire.”
It’s Titansgrave Tuesday! Chapter Nine isn’t in the book, it wasn’t in the schedule, and it wasn’t something any of us thought about until the day before. If you want to know more details, keep reading. I recommend that you don’t continue this post until you’ve seen the episode, though I avoid any specific or … Continue reading Titansgrave Chapter 9: Nightmares ?
Rachel: "The writing & philosophy class I was required to take freshman year mostly sucked. But there was this one girl, Lizz, who seemed cool. She wore comic book tshirts and had beautiful shiny hair. One day after class, I announced to a friend, 'Lizz is not straight. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart only booked comedians as guests for his final week hosting The Daily Show, but he still had to address a heavy topic on Monday's show. Earlier in the day, Amy Schumer joined her cousin Senator Chuck Schumer to push for gun control, but when asked about the shooting... More »
trip report by besthike editor Rick McCharles Texas Creek to Mineral Basin Wet morning. I finished my book – Dances with Marmots – a Kiwi’s memoir of hiking the PCT – and left it on the trail for anyone craving … Continue reading ?
As the longest-running Vertigo book, Fables is the last reminder of the imprint’s glory days as a major force in the industry during the early ’00s. It was a time when creators like Brian K. Vaughan, Jason Aaron, and Brian Wood rose to popularity, but as the editorial climate of DC Comics changed, Vertigo became less of a priority for the publisher. Show More Summary
Because pretty girls can read books too, you know. Contributor: Charlotte Dingle read more
The day before I met Maggie Nelson, I was on a beach thinking about her new book, The Argonauts, and a friend and I decided to draw her name in the sand. It took forever to take this picture because the waves kept washing it away, and...Show More Summary
New titles by bestselling authors like Jennifer Weiner and Brené Brown hit shelves this month, promising plenty of can't-miss stories to add to your Summer reading list. Meanwhile, Felicia Day fans can get excited about her memoir, and Kathleen Alcott's buzzed-about novel, Infinite Home, is the perfect pick for the fiction-obsessed. Show More Summary
Math can solve every problem. News by Raine Winters Image via Electric Lit Agatha Christie is well-known for her superb crafting of mysteries—a trait that has led to a loyal following of readers who still to this day try to solve ‘whodunnit’ before Hercule Poirot or Jane Marple. Show More Summary
There are so many books to browse each day. SO MANY. And when a book cover makes you do a double-take because something seems a little…off, it’s the best part of our day. Sarah: I am totally imagining the photographer at this shoot saying, “More side-eye. Show More Summary
So this infographic showed up on my feeds a couple of days ago. You’ve probably seen it if you’re a book person. It’s depressing even if you’re not a writer, though it does explain certain media trends. But it was the little kicker at the bottom that amused me. An hour a day’s reading on […]
Morning runs every day for a month. Learn to code by July. Whatever you swore to do and then…well… didn’t, stop feeling guilty and do something about it. Here, we reveal five books that teach you exactly how to build your willpower and get things done. Show More Summary
Book review: Michael Day's biography of media-mogul-turned-three-time-Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi The post The life of a bunga bunga king appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Art historian Victoria Coates has published a number of essays and books on antiquity and used to work in Cleveland Museum of Art (2010-13: Consulting Curator on the exhibition "The Last Days of Pompeii: Decadence, Apocalypse, and Resurrection"). Show More Summary
Super Sensory Invitations to Play Launch Day It’s here! My new book, Super Sensory Invitations to Play is ready and waiting for you! Click through to get your copy. Go on, come and take a look! And, just for Play Planner readers, please use code PLAYPLANNER to get a special saving. Show More Summary
Kristin Cavallari, who’s promised to release her first book within the next 313 days, hit a career milestone last night. Her accomplishment is as follows: The LAUREL bootie is now in 25 @nordstrom stores!!! Read more...