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Your Favorite Characters from YA Books: Where Are They Now?

Say hello to your friends! And find out what they've been up to. But beware, spoilers!

By Molly Reiniger

6 Contemporary Novels for Jane Austen Fans

When re-reading the six novels Austen wrote herself is not enough.

By Molly Reiniger

9 Best Thrillers with Strong Female Protagonists

Anti-heroines, real life spies, and more take on the thrilling and chilling missions.

By DeAnna Janes

7 Alternate History Books

How could changes in our past affect our present?

By The Reading Room

All The President’s Children: 6 YA Books About Being (or Dating) the First Kid

In honor of President’s Day, we present you with the trials and tribulations of fictional first kids.

By Molly Reiniger

Tainted Love: 4 Macabre Literary Love Stories

Love means never having to say you're sorry for exhuming your dead wife's corpse.

By Cailey Hall

Valentine’s Day Antidote: Villette by Charlotte Brontë

Fight reductive HEA (Happily Ever After) with Charlotte Brontë's last, best, novel.

By Cailey Hall

Romance by the Book: For Saps and Cynics

Who needs candles and confections on Valentine’s Day when you’ve got a great novel?

By DeAnna Janes

The Ideal Marriage Reading List

Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments.

By Jessica Ferri

Read Diverse Books This February

It's time to diversify your reading list.

By DeAnna Janes

Ayn Rand: Behind the Controversy

Is the controversial work of Ayn Rand worth revisiting? You decide.

By Alison Currie

Writing the Trail of Tears: An Undisturbed Peace

An author's search for an accurate account of the Trail of Tears.

By Mary Glickman

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

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