• Hearts on Fire: Diverse Romance for Fall 2017

    Hearts on Fire: Diverse Romance for Fall 20170

    • September 29, 2017

    Welcome once again fellow readers! We’ve already shared some of our most anticipated science fiction and fantasy reads, and now we’re back for round three of our recommendations. This time around, we’ll focus on the brighter side of life and indulge in a little romance for the remainder of 2017. Out of the many, many

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  • Dreaming of Electric Sheep: Diverse Science Fiction for Fall 2017

    Dreaming of Electric Sheep: Diverse Science Fiction for Fall 20170

    • September 19, 2017

    A hearty hello to all our fellow readers! 2017 continues its steady march straight to hell, so we’d like to provide some literary escapes from all the chaos. Last time we recommended several upcoming diverse fantasy novels for your reading pleasure, so this time we’ll bring you the best diverse science fiction that the year

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  • Magic and Mayhem: Diverse Fantasy for Fall 2017

    Magic and Mayhem: Diverse Fantasy for Fall 20170

    • August 25, 2017

    Well, we’ve done it! We’ve made it past the halfway point of 2017. To say it’s been a crazy year so far would be a bit of an understatement. In times like these, we need the option to escape into a fantasy world for a little while before heading back out and fighting the good

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  • Short Story Collections You May Have Missed in 2015

    Short Story Collections You May Have Missed in 20150

    • December 2, 2015

    It took me a long time to really appreciate the short story. I hated reading them in high school and university, and was convinced my time would be better spent on novels. People would give me collections as gifts and they would sit, unread on my bookshelf collecting dust. A few years ago, however, I

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  • Recommended Reading: 5 Books to Read When You’re Newly Unemployed

    Recommended Reading: 5 Books to Read When You’re Newly Unemployed1

    • November 5, 2015

    Whoops, you’re unemployed! How did that happen? Well, however this particular turn of events came about, the fact of the matter is that you now have a lot more free time than you had before. Sure, you could spend this newfound freedom binge-watching an entire television series and stuffing your face with an entire box

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  • The Best and Worst Boarding Schools in YA

    The Best and Worst Boarding Schools in YA2

    • August 26, 2015

    August is coming to an end, and even though it’s been a few years since I’ve had the perversely strange pleasure of picking out new folders and pens, I’m thinking about school. I went to schools of varying degrees of quality and remoteness in a handful of Midwestern states, and while I’m appreciative in many

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