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Buzzy novels, compulsively readable non-fiction tales, and a few guilty pleasures.
This season, you have no excuse for not having a great book on you at all times. Whether you're in the mood to read a true story about an unlikely friendship between a rock star and a First Lady, devour a memoir by the ...
 
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Masterpiece PBS is co-producing the author's final work, so you know it'll be good.
Jane Austen's final, unfinished novel Sanditon is being adapted for the small screen. Written just months before the author died in 1817, the story centers around Charlotte Heywood, her unexpected trip to a posh coastal resort town, and her relationship with a handsome young man ...
 
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Thatcher Wine, celebrity bibliophile, shares his tips on collecting (and decorating) with books.
After everyone tired of reading on their Kindles, there was a delightful, if unexpected, realization. Book lovers remembered that books aren’t just for reading, they can also be beautiful objects in and of themselves.Thatcher Wine, a long-time bibliophile and collector, tapped into ...
 
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Emma Watson, Timothee Chalamet, and Saoirse Ronan shine in the sneak peek of the upcoming adaptation.
I don't know why anyone would ever want to put another adaptation of Little Women into the universe since the 1994 version starring Winona Ryder, Kristen Dunst, Claire Danes, and Christian Bale is perfection, as evidenced by the very old-school trailer below:But if you're ...
 
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Reality can often make fiction much more interesting.
The 'He Said, She Said' format has long been around, exploring the differences and similarities of perceptions of both male and female personas. In contrast to this, Philippine-born U.S.-based author Gina Apostol wanted to tackle the story of the Balangiga Massacre of ...
 
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Six standout new releases of the month—and one old favorite to revisit.
This month, dive into an eye-opening look at the realities of climate change, devour a critically acclaimed thriller, try a memoir about life in New Orleans or a novel about the American west, enjoy a collection of brainy, charming essays, learn how ...
 
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A rich housewife has an affair with her personal trainer and heads back to her childhood home. Read an excerpt from Caroline S. Hau's Tiempo Muerto.
In her debut novel, author Caroline S. Hau digs deep into her Filipino heritage to present readers with an enthralling read about the disparities of socioeconomic classes. In Hau's Tiempo Muerto, published by the Ateneo de Manila University Press, her two heroines ...
 
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The adaptation of Donna Tartt's best-selling novel premieres this September.
This fall, Donna Tartt's best-selling novel The Goldfinch is being adapted into a film. Here's what we know so far.The first full clip below introduces viewers to the tragic bombing that sets the film in motion, while the second, above, delves deeper into the story's ...
 
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The vice president and publisher of Penguin Classics is putting the spotlight on Filipino literature.
Recently, Penguin Classics' Elda Rotor gave a special talk at National Book Store themed, “What Makes a Classic?” A few hours before the talk, Rotor granted T&C an exclusive interview where she talked to us about her career in the New York publishing ...
 
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Here's what you should know about the decade-spanning, nine-book series.
Since Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City premiered on Netflix in June, the limited series has sparked a renewed interest in its source material: a series of nine books, written over decades by the beloved writer and LGBTQ activist Armistead Maupin. Here, ...
 
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Five standout new releases of the month—and one old favorite to revisit.
This month, dive into a troubling account of life in a 1960s boarding school, devour a culinary adventure around the globe, try a novel about the effects a top-notch education can have on the parents of those receiving it, consider a look ...
 
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"I realize that there is an enormous parallel between Gloria Vanderbilt, her life, and the world that I write about in Crazy Rich Asians."
Before Kevin Kwan was famous for his hit Crazy Rich Asians novels, he was an editor—an editor who happened to work with Gloria Vanderbilt on her memoir It Seemed Important at the Time, helping her choose which photos to include in order to tell the ...
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