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You’ve Got Mail: 7 Subscription Boxes For 7 Types Of Readers

In Book Clubs, Book Lovers, Book Porn, Chick Lit, Children, Classics, Comics and Graphic Novels, Contemporary, Crime, Crime Fiction, Drama, Family, Fantasy, Faves, Gifts for Book Lovers, Historical Fiction, Human Interest, Lists, Literary Fiction, Middle Grade, Non-Fiction, Reading, Romance, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Suspense/Thriller, Women by Melanie Pitman

Subscription boxes are insanely popular these days, and chances are you’ve already tried one. Bath and beauty boxes, wine lover boxes, gardening boxes, olive oil boxes, stationery boxes… the list …

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Hey Hosers! Here Are The Finalists For Canada Reads!

In Animals, Author Spotlight, Authors, Autobiography, Book Lovers, Book News, Bookish Contests, Bookish Events, Crime, Crime Fiction, Drama, Dystopian, Earth & The Environment, Human Interest, Mystery, Native American, Nature, News, Reading, Relationships, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Women by Melanie Pitman

The Canada Reads battle of the books is so close, you can smell it! On March 27th through the 30th, all Canadian bibliophiles will have their TVs, radios, and laptops …

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10 Books To Read Before You Visit England

In Adult, Charlotte Bronte, Chick Lit, Classics, Contemporary, Crime Fiction, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Horror, Human Interest, J.K. Rowling, Lists, Literary Fiction, Middle Grade, Neil Gaiman, Potterheads, Reading, Relationships, Romance, Suspense/Thriller, TBR, Travel, Young Adult by Christianna Marks

I’ve been to quite a few different countries in the few years I’ve been traveling, but one sticks out to me more than the others: England. I firmly believe that …

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Rest In Pieces: The Strangest, Most Gruesome Deaths In Fiction, Part I

In Charles Dickens, Classics, Crime Fiction, Edgar Allan Poe, George R.R. Martin, Horror, J.K. Rowling, Lists, Shakespeare, William Shakespeare, WTF, Young Adult by Eleanor Hicks

Death comes for us all, including our favorite book characters. Sometimes, those fictional deaths are heartbreaking. Othertimes, they’re deserved. And sometimes…well, sometimes they’re just plain weird. And kind of gross. …