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Confessions of a Reader: The Classics I’ve Never Read

Life's too short to be ashamed of the books you haven't read.

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Pilgrim’s Wilderness Is Into the Wild Meets Helter Skelter

You know that feeling when you finish a book and you’re desperately wanting more? The questions in this Reader's Guide will continue your reading journey — and start a lively book club discussion!

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Your Reading Life

5 Steps to Purge Your Bookshelf

For anyone who places value on books, an occasional purge can bring on a mild existential crisis with flashes of anxiety, guilt and regret.

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The Book That Made You Call in Sick to Work

Call it a mental health day. Sometimes you get so lost in the world of your book, you just can't get yourself out of the house. You barely remember to eat or sleep. You might even call in sick to work.

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Start Reading A Constellation of Vital Phenomena

The novel you're about to read is truly extraordinary.

By Anthony Marra, author of A Constellation of Vital Phenomena • 2 years ago
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Reading Curfew: Do You Have One?

How do you decide when it's time to turn out the light, put your book on the bedside table, and go to sleep?

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Sherlock Holmes Is Back. Then Again, He Never Really Left.

With Elementary back on our screens and the last episode Sherlock just aired in the U.K., there’s never been a better time to be a fan of the world’s only consulting detective.

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Do You Put Books Down or Do You Always Finish What You Start?

Putting a book down should be utilized as a tactic rather than a habit, leading you for the moment to brighter pastures of books that click with you.

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