Tsundoku: The Art of Buying Books You Can’t Read

Maybe you have someone in your life who has a stack of TBRs (meaning “to read”), and you’re starting to worry. It’s maybe a dozen books on their bedside table. It may be a shelf (or two…or three…or an entire shelf) of books whose covers have not yet been opened. …

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Who are the richest characters in comics?

Comic book heroes are some of the greatest heroes people have, with these characters having become inspirational figures to many and potentially role models many would aspire to be like growing up! They have become incredibly influential on a number of different forms of entertainment due to their popularity and …

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Bringing a little romance back into our lives | love books

Last week, my young neighbor brought me a copy of a 1962 Mary Stewart novel she had found in a charity shop. Having never heard of her, she had really liked the romantic novel. Opening it, I was transported back to the 50s and 60s, when my family shared the …

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10 Valentine’s Day books for kids to help spread the love this year

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Yes, Valentine’s Day is already approaching and so it’s time for us to talk about Valentine’s Day children’s books. I know, I know – I’ve also barely come to terms with the fact …

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Important Topics, Books, Tips for Ace Maths Section

The Mathematics section of the Joint Engineering Main Entry (JEE) is considered the most difficult by many JEE aspirants. Many fear this topic while others love it. To achieve good results in mathematics, students should practice regularly and adhere to the following suggestions. Essential chapters in mathematics In mathematics, calculus, …

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Golara Haghtalab’s memoir captures the journey of self-realization | Books

In her new memoir, Golara Haghtalab shares what seems like an ordinary day. As she juggles different languages ​​and customs along the way, staying true to her Iranian upbringing and embracing her new American life, this day becomes another common thread in a larger fabric that helps individuals create a …

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Physical books are dying… for the better – The Oarsman

Nowadays, the physical book is dying. Virtually everything is digital, including reading a short story. Is this a bad thing? Some will say yes, that almost a whole generation neglects years of knowledge. And even if so, they are right in some way, they are also wrong. The transition from …

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Grammy Nominee Allison Russell Signs With FlatIron Books For Memoir

Singer-songwriter Allison Russell has signed a deal with Flatiron Books to write a memoir that will cover some of the same territory as her debut solo album “Outside Child,” a lyrical account of her journey outside of an abusive upbringing and of his salvation through music. and community. The album …

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The Seattle Public Library Just Released Its Most Popular Books of 2021

It’s no secret that Seattle loves to read. That’s why it’s fun to take a look at the Seattle Public Library’s most popular books of 2021. By popular, we’re referring to the books that were viewed the most when people fell in love with the reading during the pandemic. According …

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