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Reading a book is an amazing way to relax and, at the same time, explore the creativity of different authors around the world. A good book can help you learn about different places and stories of different people. There are a lot of genres of books so if you want to start reading a great book here are some tips for...

College is a complex enigma that enables students to become well-rounded individuals in order to “succeed.” Although, the definition of success varies from person to person. For you, graduation might be right around the corner — taunting you, whispering in your ear “where to next?” Or, maybe you’re an underclassman in...

Finals are almost over, classes are done with and its time to take a break. Most of us have plans to go here, there and everywhere with the free time we now have. Plus, you can now binge watch on Netflix without any guilt of procrastination. It’s finally gotten cold too, so its time to take out those really cute...

I’ve recently discovered that not everyone is fluent in the language of book nerds. This mainly occurred to me when I was talking to one of my friends and started throwing around words like “ARC“ and “TBR.” I could see the blatant confusion in her eyes as she nodded along. I figured a guide might be useful to those who...

When the final book in the Divergent trilogy was released four years ago, I remember being incredibly upset with the way it ended. Divergent was one of the books that made me fall in love with the dystopian genre. Somehow, the ending of that series soured me and gave me selective memory. Although I understood why Roth...

This may come as a massive shock to some of my readers, but I was not the most well-liked person in high school. As it turns out, playing the flute, having your nose stuck in a book constantly, watching “Star Trek” and “Firefly” religiously and loving cats did not endear me to the “in crowd.” Because I know I...

Review When the final Harry Potter book was released in 2007, I vividly remember borrowing $20 from my dad so that I could wait in line at midnight to purchase it. The entire drive home, I found myself hoping I would hit a red light so that I could pick up the book and begin reading it. As soon as I stepped out of my...

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I was given an advanced reading copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. For as long as I’ve been able to comprehend the written word, I’ve been a reader. I remember walking through the halls of my school with my nose in a novel, staying up past my bedtime with a book and a flashlight under my covers and...

“Carnival” by Stephanie Garber Release Date: 01/31/17 In her debut novel, Stephanie Garber tells the tale of two sisters, Tella and Scarlett, who escape their tyrannical father to attend an infamous Carnival. Upon arrival, Tella is kidnapped, leaving Scarlett alone in an unfamiliar world. Above all, this novel promises...