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How the Pandemic Helped Authors

During the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic, too much time at home with nothing to do, led more people to read than ever before.

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Carmen Mola’s Real Imaginary Legacy

Carmen Mola was awarded a coveted book prize in Spain without even existing.

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Books That Will Make You Love Reading

If you aren’t a fan of reading, it could be because you have never picked up the right book.

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Superman Comes Out As Bisexual In New Comic Series

It was announced Monday Oct. 11th, otherwise known as National Coming Out Day in the United States, that the new Superman is coming out as bisexual.

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France Wants To Protect Traditional Bookstores From Retail Giants

Online bookstores tend to be more successful than traditional ones by offering free delivery services, but France wants to level out the playing field.

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France Wants To Protect Traditional Bookstores From Retail Giants

Online bookstores tend to be more successful than traditional ones by offering free delivery services, but France wants to level out the playing field.

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PA Students Protest After School Bans Books by Black & Hispanic Authors

For the past few weeks, students of the Central York High School in Pennsylvania have gathered outside each morning to protest a district ban on the use of anti-racism-related resources in the classroom

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YOU Author, Caroline Kepnes, To Continue Book Series

“A book is far greater than most hands it passes through. Some simply aren’t worthy.” Joe Goldberg said, deadpan. The talented author behind the book series that is depicted on Netflix’s popular original series,YOU, has announced she will be continuing the book series for a third installment titled ‘You Loved Me’ and teased at an official fourth one.

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Best Book to Movie Adaptations

Over the past few years, we have seen some successful movies adapted from YA (Young Adult) novels or less popular books. We’ve also seen some terrible adaptations such as the Percy Jackson movies, The Cat in the Hat, The Giver, the Divergent series… etc. Today we are going to look at some of the best book to movie adaptations.

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Is Toni Morrison The Most Significant Female Writer to Date?

In a literary world dominated by Maya Angelou, Margaret Atwood, Chimamanda Adichie, Zadie Smith, and Raven Leilani, they continue to leave their marks within the community. Toni Morrison is the most significant female writer to date.

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“They Both Die At The End” is a Must Read

The book, “They Both Die at the End”, by Adam Silvera is one of those books that completely changed my perspective on life. I highly recommend going in with zero expectations because this beautiful story will have you crying in the end.

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Why You Should Donate Your Books

So many readers have a collection of all the books they have read on a bookshelf. They hang on to books that they have read, and are not likely to read again. While it may look nice to have a full bookshelf, there are more benefits to donating those books. By handing used books over to used bookstores or charity organizations, more people can have access to books at a lower price, or even for free!

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