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Warning: This post contains major spoilers for the books Nimona, Legendborn, the Morrigan Crow series, Fledgling, and These Witches Don’t Burn, as well as WandaVision. WandaVision is the newest hit from the MCU, giving viewers a fresh, funny and incredibly sinister story full of twists and turns, particularly of the witchy variety. Wanda Maximoff is
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If you fall squarely in the center of the Venn Diagram of “loves books” and “loves cats,” you’ve come to the right place. There’s something about the connection of cats and books that runs a thread through history and continues to be seen through contemporary times. Perhaps it’s that cats are solitary creatures or that
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Public libraries provide so many valuable and necessary programs for our communities, beyond providing books. Some public libraries provide English language learning services, preserve genealogy or local history, teach practical skills, help with career searches, raise awareness about environmental issues, operate bookmobiles, help immigrants earn citizenship, and so much more.  Though many public libraries have
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For many, romance has offered the light, fun reads they needed during these cooped-up, high-stress pandemic times. But look, for some of us, horror has offered something equally delighting and escapist. I’m going to call it cathartic to avoid having to explore my psyche any further. It must mean something, though, because science — ahem,
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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Luster by Raven Leilani for $3.99 Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez for $2.99 Miracle Creek by Angie Kim for $3.99 The Book of Dreams by Nina George for $2.99 Passing by Nella Larsen for $1.99 Silver in the Wood by
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I have a confession to make. Most of the books I’ve read so far this year have been rereads. After going through Northanger Abbey, I revisited Sense and Sensibility, followed by Pride and Prejudice. I’m clearly in the middle of another Austen phase, but that doesn’t mean other books are safe. I’m in the middle
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In a Venn diagram of modern diasporic and postcolonial novels, there would be a healthy amount of overlap. Though these terms are contested and not always clear-cut, both frequently grapple with the legacy of powerful nations carving up distant territories. In both, experiences of multiculturalism and inequality may be core to personal as well as
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Matthew McConaughey just shelled out $7.85 million for a Hawaiian oasis.  The “Dallas Buyers Club” star purchased the six-bedroom, six and a half-bathroom home at the brand-new Ka’upulehu Residence in December.   Overflowing with “barefoot elegance,” it is part of the Kukio Beach and Golf Club community in Kailua-Kona, according to the listing. The McConaughey family now
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Roxane Gay is an award-winning and prolific writer who does not let genre bind her. Her work ranges from nonfiction essays to comics and graphic novels to fiction. This does not even touch on her newsletter writing, opinion pieces for The New York Times, and work on television and film projects. Plus, Gay has won