• Literary Holidays During The Month Of September

    Literary Holidays During The Month Of September0

    National Ampersand Day, Hobbit Day, Dear Diary Day, and Banned Books Week (related: read these 30 quotes from banned books to celebrate Banned Books Week) are just some of the literary holidays you should remember to celebrate during the month of September. Plus don’t forget to be kind to writers and editors all month long.

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  • Interview With Mathieu Cailler, Author Of Heaven And Other Zip Codes

    Interview With Mathieu Cailler, Author Of Heaven And Other Zip Codes0

    Heaven and Other Zip Codes follows a lonely wife, an unfaithful husband, an awkward son, and his tutor. The author Mathieu Cailler talks to Book Glow about the contemporary novel. Describe the book in one sentence. Heaven and Other Zip Codes is a complicated love story that follows four characters, each with their own idea

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  • 20 Of The Best Quotes For Book Lovers

    20 Of The Best Quotes For Book Lovers2

    Book lovers know nothing beats reading a great book. If you’re always reading, then you’ll love these 20 quotes for book lovers. 1. “Books are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home.”―Anna Quindlen 2. “Reading is a conversation. All books talk. But a good

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  • Literary Holidays During The Month Of August

    Literary Holidays During The Month Of August0

    Coloring books, comic books, bad poetry, poets, and the birthday of the author of Frankenstein, Mary Shelley, are just some of the literary holidays you should celebrate during the month of August. Literary Holidays during the month of August include: August 2: Coloring Book Day August 9: Book Lovers Day August 17: National #2 Pencil

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  • Marilyn Monroe’s Reading List

    Marilyn Monroe’s Reading List0

    Stunning, alluring, and ultimately tragic, the Some Like It Hot and The Seven Year Itch actress, Marilyn Monroe, was more than a blonde bombshell, Hollywood star, singer, and sex symbol. Marilyn Monroe was an avid reader. The 430 books found in Marilyn Monroe’s library contained a vast variety of subjects and genres. Marilyn Monroe said,

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  • Interview With John E. Espy, Author Of The Sugar Maple Grove

    Interview With John E. Espy, Author Of The Sugar Maple Grove1

    The Sugar Maple Grove is an epic Southern Gothic about race, poverty, religion, and barbarism, and those brave enough to dare to see a different society. The author John E. Espy talks to Book Glow about the novel. What led you to write the book? The history of Appalachian indentured servitude, racism and violence has

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