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7 Books to Read Around the Campfire

7 Books to Read Around the Campfire

  There’s nothing quite like escaping the city and heading out into the woods. Whether you’re roughing it on the Pacific Crest Trail, car camping, glamping, or just dreaming of …

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Your Favorite Books for National Book Lovers Day

Your Favorite Books for National Book Lovers Day

Happy National Book Lovers Day!

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Getting Lucky: Kathleen Anne Kenney on Writing and Inspiration

Getting Lucky: Kathleen Anne Kenney on Writing and Inspiration

The experience of bringing pen to page is different for everyone. For some, the words flow free and a plan is only a hindrance. For others, it comes in fits and starts.

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Celebrating National Sisters Day

Celebrating National Sisters Day

Today, on National Sisters Day, we celebrate the unique and oftentimes unbreakable bond between sisters with a list of books that explore the very nature of sisterhood from the likes of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Julia Glass, and Jennifer Close, among many others.

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Quick Questions with Jane L. Rosen

Quick Questions with Jane L. Rosen

Now in paperback, Nine Women, One Dress is a fun, irresistibly charming novel about nine characters all brought together by the magic of one little black dress.

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Bridget Jones’s Baby: Novel vs. Film (Warning: Spoilers Ahead!)

Bridget Jones’s Baby: Novel vs. Film (Warning: Spoilers Ahead!)

8 p.m. Friday night, Brooklyn, NY: Am finishing the last chapter of Bridget Jones’s Baby by Helen Fielding on my couch in my comfies.

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Elizabeth Brundage: Books That Kept Me Up All Night

Elizabeth Brundage: Books That Kept Me Up All Night

Every so often a book comes along that captures your attention so fully that the next thing you know, it’s 3:00 a.m. and you still can’t quite bring yourself to put it down. Elizabeth Brundage is very familiar with this phenomenon, as both an author and a reader.

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Life Advice from Ask Polly’s Heather Havrilesky

Life Advice from Ask Polly’s Heather Havrilesky

Here are a few of our favorite bits of all-weather advice from Ask Polly.

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What to Read / Watch After Age of Consent

What to Read / Watch After Age of Consent

Age of Consent by Marti Leimbach is a page-turning novel about a woman who decides to confront the abuse she suffered as a child. It’s an unflinching portrayal of a sexual predator and the courage required to bring him to justice.

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