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The Millions recommends books for fathers who actually read. 


Flavorwire has a book for every personality type. What novel are you?

Read an excerpt from the Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas graphic novel. Are they turning all novels into graphic novels now?

The New Yorker examined the question if reading actually can make you happier. We say it can.

Literistic is for authors who keep on missing those submission deadlines. Great find!

What are the most evil children in literature?

How much of a literary enemy is Flannery O’Connor to Marilynne Robinson?

Jami Attenberg is recommending some books on Oyster.

Read The Cellar Dweller, a short story by Maria Dahvana Headley, who also wrote Magonia.

It’s audiobook month and if you play your cards right you can get one audiobook for free every single day.

JK Rowling is still making up new Harry Potter lore everyday.

Heather Demetrios is experimenting with Wattpad for her next YA novel and Bustle has a a sneak peek.

George R.R. Martin is asking you to stop emailing him about the differences between his books and the Game of Thrones tv show.


Bored to Death book club is set up by two sisters who love to read and have nothing better to do than to start a book club.

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