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10 Ways to Become a Better Reader

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10 Ways to Become a Better Reader

Now that summer is upon us, it’s the perfect time of year to spend more time reading, and becoming a better reader isn’t just about reading more books. Focusing on bettering your reading skill is about identifying the types of books you do and don’t like to read, learning not to force yourself to read […]

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Women’s History Month Reading List

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Women’s History Month Reading List

Women have been at the center of history-making moments for centuries. From Cleopatra and Joan of Arc to the suffragettes in the early 20th century and the strong women who embodied Rosie the Riveter during World War II to present-day female heroes around the world—women’s stories are worth celebrating. To help celebrate Women’s History Month, […]

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10 Books to Read That Inspire Change

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10 Books to Read That Inspire Change

Books can provide some of the best lessons. We just have to allow ourselves to fully take in their messages and do the work in our own lives. From creating new, healthier habits to working through fear, there is plenty of growth we can accomplish by listening to authors who have already done the work. […]

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Top 5 Free eBook Readers

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Top 5 Free eBook Readers

When you purchase any of our ebooks you’ll notice you receive the download link as an EPUB or MOBI file. If you’re new to ebooks you may not familiar with these. And if you’re wondering how to open these files to view your book, we’ve got you covered. Check out this list of the best-rated, […]

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The Best Books to Read for Summer 2016

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The Best Books to Read for Summer 2016

Do you know what’s synonymous with summer vacation? Summer reading. No, not the boring list you received from your high school English teacher that you needed to complete before returning to school in September. I’m talking about no-obligation, fun, summer books that are meant to be enjoyed by a pool, on the beach, or in […]

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