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Today

Binge Reading: 8 Great Series in Which to Immerse Yourself

Everyone loves a good series, which is why we've put together this list -- ranging from the exciting to the enchanting -- that you won't be able to tear yourself away from.

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Friday

Live from The New Yorker: Between You and Me by Mary Norris

Thursday

Brand-New Fiction from Jonathan Franzen: Purity

Wednesday

Drop the Hot Coal: Rabbi Harold S. Kushner on Revenge - and Forgiveness

Tuesday

A Unique Debut Mystery: The Gates of Evangeline

Monday

War and Everything After: Louis de Bernieres's New Novel

Sunday

Princess X Is Everywhere: YA from Cherie Priest

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August 29, 2015

Catching Up With Jacquelyn Frank, Author of the Nightwalker Saga

Everyday Ebook recently caught up with Jacquelyn Frank, author of the World of Nightwalkers series. Here she talks about writing the final book in the saga, Nightwalker.

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August 28, 2015

Writing Your Story: Rising Strong by Brene Brown

If you live in a daring way, being all in, and being yourself, you are bound to have failures. Rising Strong is Brene Brown's theory, based on research, on how to dive into failure and get back up.

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August 27, 2015

New Stories from Pulitzer-winning Adam Johnson

Adam Johnson’s new book, Fortune Smiles, is made up of six haunting stories. They’re not ghost stories – not in the traditional sense, anyway – but each carries a peculiar mood about them, a mist, suggesting that something in their story-world, which for the most part resembles our own, is strangely disturbed.

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August 26, 2015

A House on Fire: Excerpt from The Autobiography of Malcolm X

In The Autobiography of Malcolm X, the Muslim leader, firebrand, and anti-integrationist tells the story of his life and the growth of the Black Muslim movement to writer and journalist Alex Haley.

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August 25, 2015

Having It All: A Window Opens by Elisabeth Egan

Elisabeth Egan’s debut novel, A Window Opens, brings the ages-old juggling act to the new, always-connected digital era.

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August 24, 2015

Late Summer Reading: 7 Books To Sneak In Before Fall

Summer is coming to a close and the end of beach-reading season is nigh. If like many of us, you feel like your summer reading numbers could use a bolster, here are seven novels to check out before the sun sets on another season. Get cracking!

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August 23, 2015

Life V.2: Mark Alpert's YA Novel The Six

Begin with this supposition: You are a teenager with a terminal illness. Scientists have recently found a way to electronically capture a person’s mind – memory, thoughts, reasoning, personality – and transfer it into a machine. Knowing your days were coming to a close sooner rather than later, would you choose to have a future (as a humanized robot), or accept your limited time as a human?

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