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8 Scary Things from Dystopian Novels That Have Come True

Author Ray Bradbury anticipated the greatest dystopia of all—"Keeping Up with the Kardashians."

By Molly Reiniger

10 Acclaimed Books Under 200 Pages

Make the most of your downtime with reads you can finish in one sitting.

By DeAnna Janes

7 Books for Downton Abbey Withdrawal

Before you putting on your mourning attire, let these seven books assuage the end of Downton grief.

By Jessica Ferri

These E-books Could Change Your Life

Stop making unreasonable resolutions and use these guides as tools to a new, improved you.

By Grace Srinivasiah

8 Westerns for People Who Hate Westerns

There’s only one thing worse than your dad forcing you to watch Gunsmoke on a bright, sunny Saturday afternoon. Reading it instead.

By DeAnna Janes

6 Super Scandalous Celebrity Biographies

Tuck in for a long winter's night with these juicy, super scandalous celebrity biographies.

By Jessica Ferri

Jane Austen’s 12 Most Delightful Insults

We love your sass, Jane. Don't ever change!

By Cailey Hall

5 Books for the Lit Nerd Who’s Read It All

Impress the person on your list who's read everything with these overlooked and unexpected reads.

By Grace Srinivasiah

6 New Adult Novels For Your Adult Reading List

Prepare to yank these more mature YA books out of teen hands to read for yourself.

By Molly Reiniger

The Re-Read: The Girl’s Guide to Hunting and Fishing

Revisiting these favorite stories helps a writer to realize her own coming-of-age story might be embarrassing, but kind of awesome, too.

By Jessica Ferri

Celebrate L.M. Montgomery with 10 Quotes from Anne of Green Gables

More than 100 years later, the wisdom of Anne of Green Gables lives on.

By The Reading Room

Holiday Challenge: 31 Days of YA Books

It's time to put your passion to the test.

By Julia Tabas

10 Novels Written in About a Month

It might surprise you how quickly some of these classics were written.

By The Reading Room

In Defense: Elizabeth Gilbert

Gilbert haters cite Eat, Pray, Love as proof of her failings, and in the process neglect her fantastic, near-perfect novel.

By Alison Currie

Holidays Abroad: Kate Christensen’s Thanksgiving in Tuscany

Writer Kate Christensen shares a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in the Florentine hills—and her recipe for persimmon pudding.

By Kate Christensen

8 Most Controversial Novels Ever Published

Indulge in these notorious novels—because free speech is a beautiful thing.

By Jessica Ferri

The Re-Read: J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye

Revisting this classic novel, one writer discovers the truth about Holden Caulfield, and herself.

By Alison Currie

11 Bizarre Facts From Robert Caro’s The Years of Lyndon Johnson

One writer listens to 150 hours of the four-volume LBJ biography so you don't have to.

By Miranda Popkey

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