• Places To Go, Mysteries To Solve: A Travel Guide

    Places To Go, Mysteries To Solve: A Travel Guide0

    There’s no mystery about the popularity of mysteries. We all love to search for clues and figure out whodunit and, with luck, figure out whodunit before the author tells us. But just beneath the mysterious surface, there’s something else which is extremely entertaining and, often, even more intriguing. Mysteries always introduce us to new, or

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  • 5 Must-Read Memoirs Written By Women

    5 Must-Read Memoirs Written By Women0

    Strong, powerful, compelling, and inspirational, you will not soon forget these 5 must-read memoirs written by women. 1. Wave by Sonali Deraniyagala “In 2004, at a beach resort on the coast of Sri Lanka, Sonali Deraniyagala and her family—parents, husband, sons—were swept away by a tsunami. Only Sonali survived to tell their tale. This is

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  • Albert Einstein’s Reading List

    Albert Einstein’s Reading List0

    An extraordinary genius, Albert Einstein was a world-renowned theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity. A young Albert Einstein started a book club at the Olympia Academy. Einstein had this to say about reading books: “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more

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  • Drink Your Coffee, Read Your Books| Coffee Date With A Book

    Drink Your Coffee, Read Your Books| Coffee Date With A Book0

    “Drink your coffee. Read your books. It’s chaos out there.” Find the book featured in this video: How to Collect Great Art on a Shoestring by David L. Gersh. Book lovers know there is nothing better than reading a great book while drinking a steaming cup of coffee. If you agree, then you will love

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  • 5 Of The Best Books About Dance And Dancers

    5 Of The Best Books About Dance And Dancers0

    “Dancing is creating a sculpture that is visible only for a moment.”—Erol Ozan. Learn about the performing art form of dance and those who practice and perform it with 5 of the best books about dance and dancers. 1. Dancing on My Grave by Gelsey Kirkland “An American ballerina presents a story of the high-pressure

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  • Bookshelf Problems Only Book Lovers Understand

    Bookshelf Problems Only Book Lovers Understand0

    “A bookshelf is as particular to its owner as are his or her clothes; a personality is stamped on a library just as a shoe is shaped by the foot.”―Alan Bennett [Baffled at a Bookcase (London Review of Books, Vol. 33 No. 15, 28 July 2011)]. In The Long Fall, Walter Mosley wrote: “A man’s

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