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Melding Romance and YA: A Guest Post from Trust Author Kylie Scott

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Melding Romance and YA: A Guest Post from Trust Author Kylie Scott

Writing my new book, Trust, required a slight shift in genre and thinking for me. It’s not only my first Indie release, but it’s my first ever Young...
The Introvert’s Guide to Being a Book Club for One

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The Introvert’s Guide to Being a Book Club for One

Reading is usually a solitary activity (unless you live in New York City and ride the subways, in which case you have been subjected to either some...
Romance Roundup: Special Forces Ladies, ER Nurses, and Football Players

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Romance Roundup: Special Forces Ladies, ER Nurses, and Football Players

This week’s Romance Roundup includes several ladies in the special forces, a woman and a football player whose one-night stand leads to a baby, and a...
10 Cookbooks for People Who Don’t Cook Ever

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10 Cookbooks for People Who Don’t Cook Ever

Food: it’s literally what keeps us alive, along with oxygen and Netflix. As anyone who has made the terrible life mistake of trying a trendy raw diet...
5 Films to Start with in Barnes & Noble’s Criterion Sale

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5 Films to Start with in Barnes & Noble’s Criterion Sale

The Criterion Collection is known and loved for presenting high-quality editions of films that are “important,” but also weird, moving, thoughtful,...
The 50 Best Works of Historical Fiction

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The 50 Best Works of Historical Fiction

Here’s your all-access pass into the ultimate historical fiction guide: revisionist history, speculative history, and good old-fashioned historical...
The Joy of Diversity: A Summer Reading List from Some Kind of Hero Author Suzanne Brockmann

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The Joy of Diversity: A Summer Reading List from Some Kind of Hero Author Suzanne Brockmann

Author Suzanne Brockmann’s compulsively readable Troubleshooters series continues with its 19th novel, Some Kind of Hero, which features a romance...
Swell Author Jill Eisenstadt Shares Her Picks for Essential Summer Reading

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Swell Author Jill Eisenstadt Shares Her Picks for Essential Summer Reading

Jill Eisenstadt’s debut, From Rockaway, was bound by the nihilistic routines of a trio of lifeguards who spend their summers surveying New...
Romance Roundup: Navy Men, Tulip Farmers, and Manly Motorcycle Riders

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Romance Roundup: Navy Men, Tulip Farmers, and Manly Motorcycle Riders

This week’s Romance Roundup includes two estranged sisters who have GOT to let things go, a gently-bred young lady about to go on a pirate adventure, and...
5 Romances Featuring Secret Identities and Disguises

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5 Romances Featuring Secret Identities and Disguises

Disguises, hidden identities, and gender-bending have been tropes in romance practically since the genre was invented! What better way to add tension to a...
Diana Gabaldon’s Seven Stones to Stand or Fall Expands the Outlander Universe

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Diana Gabaldon’s Seven Stones to Stand or Fall Expands the Outlander Universe

Diana Gabaldon has expanded her Outlander universe with a collection of novellas in which adventure, history, and romance combine just enough to tide you...
5 Reasons I’ve Read “The Goldfinch” So Many Times

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5 Reasons I’ve Read “The Goldfinch” So Many Times

The rare Pulitzer Prize-winner that was also a smash commercial hit, Donna Tartt’s 2013 opus The Goldfinch is one for the ages. Almost a young adult...

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