Fall is a busy time in the publishing world, with buzz-worthy books coming out every week. If you’re wondering what you should read next, why not start with a book that your favorite author is recommending? From writers of edge-of-your-seat thrill riders and heart-wrenching historical fiction, these are the authors that authors are reading. What… Read More »
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Happy May! We hope you have a great month filled with amazing reads. If you’re still on the hunt for a new book to pick up, we recommend The Cactus by Sarah Haywood. Filled with unforgettable characters and relatable family drama, this is a hilarious read you won’t be able to put down! About The… Read More »
Today is National Train Your Brain Day! Give your brain a work out and grab some inspiration from these top literary geniuses.
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They’re awkward. They’re flustered. They’re a man without a plan and a woman who fakes it until she makes it. They march to the beat of their own drum, and please don’t expect them to save the world, the day or even a seat—this is the rise of the un-perfect protagonist, and helmed by the… Read More »
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