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!
TGIF! Get ready for a relaxing weekend with these 5 fantastic reads. Did your favorite make the list?
Gemini (May 22–June 21) Gemini are charming, independent, clever, energetic and talkative. Represented by the twins symbol, Gemini is an air sign. Book of the Month: Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling This book of essays by Mindy Kaling easily exemplifies Gemini’s humor, wit and charming energy. The star and writer of The Mindy… Read More »
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If we could have a moment to speak with our favorite literary characters, what would we discuss? Books, of course! Here are some book recommendations from our favorite and famous literary friends! Elizabeth Bennett from Pride and Prejudice recommends… Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld “Mrs. Bennet has one thing on her mind: how to marry off… Read More »
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