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Interesting Books
 
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How to Start an Online Book Club

Book clubs have long been considered a chance for people to gather with friends to discuss a book and enjoy a bit of wine. Now book clubs are being founded online too, and it creates an opportunity for like-minded people from a...
 
Literary Prizes
 
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The Man Booker Prize Shortlist 2013

What’s more exciting than the Oscars, the Olympics, and the American Idol finale put together? If you’re a literature lover in the UK, the answer is the annual Booker Prize race. Since 1968 the Booker has been awarded to the be...
 
Book Lists
 
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(Photo credit: Maky Orel [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons.)

A Bibliophile’s Miscellany: The Lost Art of Letter Writing

When’s the last time you put pen to paper and wrote a letter? Not an e-mail, not a quickly jotted memo, but an actual hand-written letter, with the date at the top, a more or less formal term of address (you can never go wrong ...

 
Awesome Books
 
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Reading Paraphernalia

Last week I wrote about librarians’ pet peeves, and how devoted I am to my extensive bookmark collection. Now it’s time for a few more pieces of reading ‘equipment’ no bookworm should be without. First is a leather ...
 
Book Lists
 
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Best Titles for Book Reading Clubs

Book clubs are great, but sometimes agreeing on titles can be a challenge. You want to choose a title that’s not too new or else not everyone can get a copy or it’ll be the most expensive hardback in the bookstore. ...

 
 
What Should I Read Next
 
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Review: S3 by Fourat Janabi

It had to happen sometime: one of the myriad books I’m sent to review, for Bookkaholic or other web and print publications, was bound to be a turkey. I’m afraid this (dis)honor belongs to S3: Science, Statistics, and Skepticism...