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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August 22, 2015

Continuing with Denver Heroes: Kathy Clark's Deep Night

Childhood friends find themselves a bit too close for platonic comfort in Kathy Clark’s latest Denver Heroes novel.

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August 21, 2015

Other People Matter: An Excerpt from FLAWD by Emily-Anne Rigal

Here's an excerpt of activist Emily-Ane Rigal's new book, FLAWD: How to Stop Hating on Yourself, Others, and the Things That Make You Who You Are.

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August 20, 2015

The Social Ladder in the 21st Century: Everybody Rise by Stephanie Clifford

Everybody Rise is a fictitious inside look at the upper class of New York City and the envy of those who want to elbow and claw their way in and up to join this elite, insulated group.

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August 19, 2015

Life Less Ordinary: On the Move by Oliver Sacks

Dr. Oliver Sacks is without a doubt one of the most brilliant minds of our lifetime, and now he has gifted us his most personal story.

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