April 4, 2015

Spring Thaw: 6 Thrilling Reads to Weather the End of Winter

If you're impatiently waiting out the throes of winter, we've assembled a thrilling set of titles that will make your countdown to spring fly by.

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April 3, 2015

In Honor of Opening Day: Moneyball by Michael Lewis

Baseball may be America’s pastime but when Moneyball was initially published in 2003, even the most diehard fans of the game didn’t quite understand the premise. How, then, do you explain the success of Moneyball or the subsequent film adaptation starring Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill that went on to receive six Academy Award nominations?

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April 2, 2015

Poetry Primer: 6 Reads for Getting Acquainted with Verse

April is National Poetry month. Celebrate with these collections of accessible poetry that may open a whole new world of reading to you.

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April 1, 2015

Unlike Anything Else: Una LaMarche's Unabrow

Una LaMarche’s new memoir, Unabrow: Misadventures of a late Bloomer, is bold and honest – and hilarious.

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March 31, 2015

New Fiction from the Author of Water for Elephants

Sara Gruen’s new novel, At the Water’s Edge, brings us to the shores of Scotland during WWII, where three society snobs are brought back to earth.

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March 30, 2015

eBook Special: $2.99 for Philip Kerr's A Man Without Breath

Get started on the Philip Kerr canon though with a special price on his novel A Man Without Breath, which includes a sneak peek at The Lady from Zagreb. Check out this excerpt to get a taste of what Kerr has to offer.

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March 29, 2015

Painless and Inspiring: New YA from S. A. Harazin

Have you had your fill of painful coming-of-age books about teens? Then try out Painless by S. A. Harazin, whose main character, David Hart, has a rare medical condition called CIPA (congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis) that doesn’t allow him to feel physical pain.

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