July 22, 2014

On the Right to Read and Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird

Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird achieves a new level of democratic access, upon its debut in a digital format fifty-four years after its initial publication, thereby taking further steps toward literary immortality.

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July 21, 2014

Tim Weaver on the Difference Between the American and British Thriller

A London setting does not a British thriller make, according to bestselling British writer Tim Weaver.

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July 20, 2014

Revisit a YA Classic: Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging

Louise Rennison’s Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging is the perfect light-hearted romp for anyone looking for a good laugh or three hundred.

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July 19, 2014

Plain Jayne by Laura Drewry: A Return Home

'Laura Drewry’s romance novel, Plain Jayne, was a total pleasure to read. By the third chapter I was laughing out loud, and several chapters later I needed tissues for my tears.'

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July 18, 2014

5 Questions for Celebrity Emulator Rachel Bertsche

Rachel Bertsche, author of Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me, allowed us to pick her brain about her recently documented lifestyle-improvement quest, her next project, and Lady Gaga.

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July 17, 2014

California: An Original, Exciting Dystopian Debut

California is an original dystopian/apocalypse novel, a commendable feat in an arguably oversaturated genre, and its version of the almost-end is captivating for how imminent and possible it is.

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July 16, 2014

King of the World by David Remnick: On Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali

David Remnick has written a compelling monument to Muhammad Ali, a man who pushed himself into the history books.

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