As we wrap up 2017, we can’t help but think about the new beginnings, second chances and clean slate that January 1 can bring. Whether you’re looking to make a big change, a little change or just change for a twenty so you can get another coffee to make it through the day, embrace it… Read More »
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Sometimes, our heroes need a few tries before they get things right. Here are our top 5 second chances in fiction. Let us know in the comments if you’ve read any of these books!
See what I did there? If you’re looking for other ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year besides drinking a pint (or few) of Guinness, there are plenty of reading options to connect you to Irish and Irish-American heritage. From classic authors like James Joyce to more contemporary choices, these books are great additions… Read More »
A year’s worth of movie making, movie viewing and heavy campaigning comes to a head on February 28 at the 88th Academy Awards, and some of the heaviest hitters being considered began as books. There’s always a category for Best Adapted Screenplay, featuring movies based on previously published works, but the big news for readers this… Read More »
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