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Physical Deception: Classification Chaos in a Visual World

Allow me to quickly affirm one thing: this has always been a visual world. In our past, we have based much of our lives on determining what color, dress, and style we should present to the outside world. We’ve always dictated h...
 
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Post Apocalyptic Obsession – Must-Haves In Any Stash

Fiction is, well…fiction. But I find that even from a work of doomsday / post apocalyptic fiction I can gather thoughts and ideas to add to my obsession; some of which I store away to ponder and investigate at a later tim...
 
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World Book Night 2014

For booklovers, discussing our passion with non-readers can be a little unsettling. Non-readers just don’t understand why nothing smells better to us than a freshly printed novel. They cannot fathom how we look at paper cuts ca...

 
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Book display inside Capitol Book & News in Montgomery, Alabama.
Book display inside Capitol Book & News in Montgomery, Alabama.

Independent Bookstores: Staying in Business in Competitive Times

If you’re reading this, you are a bibliophile. Take a moment. Let that digest. Yes, my friend, you love books. The smell of them, the look of them, the weight of them in your hand. A well-stocked bookstore is your favorite haun...
 
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Anti-Self-help Books

You’ve heard of self-help. How could you not have? Especially in the United States, it’s a multi-million dollar industry, supported by Evangelical Christianity and secular psychiatry alike. But what about anti-self-help? (Alas,...

 
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10 Reading Strategies to Read More in 2014

Is one of your resolutions this year to read more books? It’s a great way to increase your vocabulary, lengthen your attention span, learn new ideas, or simply seek entertainment. We all feel that we never have enough time to r...
 
 
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The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

The Power of Habit With all your New Year’s resolutions fresh in your mind, you might want to read Charles Duhigg’s The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business. This nonfiction read isn’t exactly a ‘self help ...
 
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Books to Better Yourself in 2014

At the close of a year, many people spend some time reflecting on all that has occurred in their lives over the course of the past 12 months. Some may be celebrating their accomplishment of last year’s resolutions, while others...

 
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Five Ways of Getting Your Kids to Love Reading

For those of us who live for the written word, it can be nearly heartbreaking to hear our children say, “Can’t I just watch the movie?” No one will blame you if your jaw drops and you become indignant and defensive at the sugge...
 
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Books that Change the Way You Think

While many books are simply passing entertainment, we’ve all encountered a book at some point in our lives that has changed the way we view our world. Whether they cause you to view the world in a more positive light or renew y...