Monthly Favorites

RIF’s Favorite Reads of May 2017

Helping you sort out the best from the rest published this month.

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Your Reading Life

Bookmarks as Tombstones

Bookmarks are the tombstones of unfinished books—the grave markers of difficulty, of impatience, of lack of discipline, of inadequate intelligence, of failure.

By • 1 year ago
Author Essay

The Accidental Memoir: On Writing, Grieving and the Virtues of Navel-Gazing

An author's reflection on writing her memoir, the genre's tarnished reputation, and the powerful connections she's made with readers.

By Deedra Climer • 1 year ago
Author Essay

Three Authors, One Book: On Writing Together

New York Times bestselling authors Karen White, Beatriz Williams, and Lauren Willig share how three authors worked together to write one sweeping work of suspenseful historical fiction.

By KAREN WHITE, BEATRIZ WILLIAMS, LAUREN WILLIG • 1 year ago
Bookshelf

7 Reads To Commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

These books about the struggle for racial equality and the history of the American Civil Rights movement will serve as a reminder of MLK Jr.'s life's work and activism.

By • 1 year ago
Your Reading Life

The Instagram Account You Need To Follow

Don't judge a book by its cover, but feel free to fall in love with these gorgeous reads.

By • 1 year ago
Bookshelf

14 Fantastic Reads That Bend Time

Jason Gurley, author of of the time-twisting novel Eleanor, shares some of his favorite books that play with the space-time continuum.

By Jason Gurley • 1 year ago
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