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City of Orange

City of Orange

castleJun 25, 20224 min read

The twin threats of climate change and global pandemics have made post-apocalyptic fiction an undeniably thriving and popular genre. From Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road to the Eleventh Station to Emily…

Translating Myself and Others

Translating Myself and Others

castleJun 25, 20225 min read

In the mid-2000s, American writer Jhumpa Lahiri moved to Rome and began writing exclusively in Italian, a language she had long learned and loved. In 2016, she published a short…

This Time Tomorrow

This Time Tomorrow

castleJun 25, 20225 min read

Emma Straub’s fifth novel is an entertaining wizard that unleashes the magic of time travel and sweetens the exploration of potentially difficult issues like death, the passage of time, and…

5 books that try to explain the unexplained: The prevalence of gun violence in America

5 books that try to explain the unexplained: The prevalence of gun violence in America

castleJun 25, 20225 min read

As of May 31, there have been 233 mass shootings in 2022, according to the Gun Violence Archive, an independent group that collects data from more than 7,500 sources. These…

Did Ye Hear Mammy Died?

Did Ye Hear Mammy Died?

castleJun 25, 20226 min read

In the early days of the pandemic lockdown, when we all acted as if we were stuck in a snowstorm that was about to thaw, I got the perfect TV…

Three authors show us how writing can turn adversity into beauty

Three authors show us how writing can turn adversity into beauty

castleJun 26, 20226 min read

What does this dangerous time of disease and destruction demand of us as readers and writers? Three new books highlight the power of the written word to foster creative responses…

Greenland

Greenland

castleJun 26, 20224 min read

British author E. M. Forster, best known for his novels “Howard’s End,” “A Room with a View,” and “The Passage to India,” was a conscientious objector to military service during…

The Legacy of Jim Crow

The Legacy of Jim Crow

castleJun 26, 20223 min read

What’s wrong? Jim Crow’s Legacy, part of the True History series, connects the past with the present, giving readers a deeper understanding of racial oppression and inequality in America. Book…

NEW BOOKS

Seven Signs You Might Be A Closet Writer

Sure you like to read books–in fact at times you enjoy reading them more than living in the real world–but…

Why You Shouldn’t Be a Blogger

These days, blogging services like Google Blogger and WordPress are advertising their simplicity and ease of use. They say you…

Speed Reading Vs Skimming

“What is the difference between skimming and speed reading?” It is important to be able to distinguish between the two.…

Pence pushes back against GOP calls to ‘defund the FBI’

Placeholder while article actions load Former vice president Mike Pence pushed back Wednesday against those in his party who…

Are Certain Frequencies Encoded in the Bible in the Book of Numbers?

It has often been said that truth is stranger than fiction, and it has also been proven that many ideas,…

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describe “Vivid and captivating…a glorious novel of empire and destruction, husbands and wives, staggering wealth and…

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How to Learn Fast: The Complete Guide with Tips, Tricks, and Tools

How to Learn Fast: The Complete Guide with Tips, Tricks, and Tools

castleJul 19, 20223 min read

Learning is the foundation of human development. It is the process by which people acquire new knowledge and skills, and it can happen in many different ways. This article will guide you through the best ways to learn fast and…

How to Read More and Get Better at Reading 

How to Read More and Get Better at Reading 

castleJul 19, 20222 min read

This article will provide readers with tips, tricks and techniques to help them read more and get better at reading. Reading is one of the most important skills that we can learn. Reading helps us to learn new things, expand…

Trust

Trust

castleJun 28, 20227 min read

describe “Vivid and captivating…a glorious novel of empire and destruction, husbands and wives, staggering wealth and untold suffering…a delightful read.” – Oprah DailyA genre-bending, time-jumping tale of New York City’s elite during the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression. –…

The Last Days of Roger Federer: And Other Endings

The Last Days of Roger Federer: And Other Endings

castleJun 28, 20225 min read

describe One of Esquire’s Best Books for Spring 2022 An in-depth reflection on the late style and final work of one of our greatest living critics (Katherine Schultz, New York). As artists and athletes age, how does their work change?…

And We Rise

And We Rise

castleJun 26, 20222 min read

What’s wrong? When AND WE RISE began, the year was 1877. Reconstruction, the period in which U.S. federal troops occupied the former federal states, is over. Jim Crow laws that set the rules for segregation were on the rise. This…