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Review- Places No One Knows by Brenna Yovanoff

Brenna Yovanoff could write a book about paint drying on a basement wall and I’m pretty sure I’d read it because her writing is so beautiful. 80 more words


review: And After Many Days by Jowhor Ile

Finally, an ARC and a book that counts toward my summer reading goals: a book by an author of color. Jowhor Ile is a Nigerian writer, and this is his debut novel. 596 more words


move over Goodreads, there's a better app in town

Today, I am thankful for Book Riot and all their bookish articles. I immediately was drawn to a post called “Goodreads meets Instagram,” or something along those lines. 603 more words


Booksellers' Picks

Are you looking for an offbeat and exciting read for the upcoming holidays? We’ve got you covered. Discover some of the coolest indie book stores in London and find out what their booksellers would recommend. 483 more words


Is It Hard To Make Arrangements With Yourself

B+.  I give myself a B+ for the tour. Guys, I did everything I could. Wore dresses, heels, make up and  bling. I flossed like a mother fucker. 61 more words

Danish Book and Literature Panel’s seminar on e-books and libraries, Copenhagen, May 3, 2016

Posted for Elena Maceviciute

The Book and Literature Panel (Bog- og Litteraturpanelet) in Denmark was established by the Minister of Culture in April 2014. Its activity is supported and financed by the Ministry of Culture. 739 more words

Review-My Holiday in North Korea: The Funniest/Worst Place on Earth by Wendy E. Simmons

Just like the country itself, and as the title implies, this book perfectly captures that paradoxical nature that is North Korea. In one page it’s both depressing and inspiring, heartbreaking and hilarious. 58 more words