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Mary Shelley

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Sara Collins is the author of The Confessions of Frannie Langton, a buzzy new historical thriller that transports readers to 19th-century London where a...

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Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein has been aliiiiiive for 200 years. That’s two centuries of giving readers around the globe thrills and chills. To celebrate this...

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In her memoir Dinner with the Smileys, Navy wife and writer Sarah Smiley shares her family’s experiences after a year of filling her husband’s...

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Maybe you like curling up with The Shining every year on All Hallow’s Eve or perhaps you venture out to Sleepy Hollow after rereading...

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Ah John Green, everything you do makes us fall more in love with you. Aside from writing great novels like  Paper Towns ( soon to...

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We love the #ReadWomen2014 movement, but we find that the female authors and their books recommended often fall into the category of literary fiction....

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Maybe we shouldn’t, but we love a character who is all about themselves. Rather than acting out of logic and reason, these self-absorbed protagonists...

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Most of Benedict Cumberbatch's adoring fans first learned of the hawkishly handsome Brit through his radical, brilliant reinterpretation of detective Sherlock Holmes on the...

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