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6 Addictive Young Adult Historical Fiction Novels

Growing up in the past wasn't exactly easy—but it does make for interesting fiction.

By Molly Reiniger

The Re-Read: A Wrinkle in Time

A Wrinkle in Time created the space, especially for girls, to be interested in science fiction and fantasy.

By Molly Reiniger

5 Red Planet Reads for Fans of The Martian

As we await the fate of The Martian at the Oscars, enjoy these red-hot red planet reads.

By Andrew Liptak

5 Science Books More Compelling Than Fiction

These nonfiction science books are just as (if not more) compelling as your favorite novels.

By Alison Currie

8 Books for X-Files Fans

We want to believe that the truth is out there. And if it's not, at least we've got something to read.

By Jessica Ferri

In Defense: Advice Columns

A writer finds comfort in the soft, sticky, hidden parts of people that live in advice columns.

By Alison Currie

6 Life-Changing Books Every Woman Should Read

Life's too short for boring books. Get inspired with these life-changing reads.

By Jessica Ferri

Upton Sinclair’s Forgotten Hero Lanny Budd

This classic out-of-print series is coming to an e-reader near you.

By DeAnna Janes

8 Crazy Game of Thrones Fan Theories

Spoilers follow, so proceed with caution!

By The Reading Room

6 Books for Your Making a Murderer Obsession

Wrongfully imprisoned for 18 years, man freed, then convicted of murder. Super addictive documentary series born.

By Jessica Ferri

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

10 Famous Writers on Keeping a Journal

These writers know the importance of keeping a journal, whether it's for revenge, memory, or stress reduction.

By Jessica Ferri

8 Wonderful Movies About Famous Writers

You can use New Year's Day for binge-watching, but then it's back to reading full time.

By Jessica Ferri

10 Photos That Illustrate the Healing Power of Organization

For those whose lives are in need of a spiritual de-cluttering, check out these photos that illustrate the healing power of organization.

By Julia Tabas

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

400 Years After Shakespeare’s Death, He Will Dominate 2016

A mock funeral and a cocktail recipe book are among the things that will mark the anniversary of William Shakespeare's death.

By The Reading Room

Which Literary Murderer Are You?

Are you the silent, bowl-cut type, or a stylish cannibal in a three-piece suit?

By Alison Currie

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

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