At this point, we’re all just so excited for 2020 to be over and done with. It does seem like with this excitement comes everyone getting their reading goals for 2021 ready earlier and planning their yearly goals accordingly. 2021 reading lists and challenges are coming out every day, with most aiming to help readers
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When I travel, my souvenirs of choice are not mugs or hats, not socks or pens. No, when I’m exploring far from home, the souvenirs I bring back are books. I buy one (or two or maybe even three and, yes, sometimes four) in every city I visit. This touristy habit started three years ago,
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Until I was doing it for my real-life grown-up job, I never put much thought to the art behind typesetting. Newspapers, magazines, books—I thought they all just came that way. But there are so many decisions to be made about the best fonts for books, from the typeface itself to the type size, the space
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I’ve had a lot of time to think lately. Like many of you, I’m not a huge fan of too much mental downtime, though I would love if my brain would let me spend a little more time sleeping. I’m surviving, though, in part by deep diving into old manga, in part by changing careers (somepony just
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It’s been a while since I last recommended movies for YA readers to enjoy, and I’ve seen quite a few more since then. Some of these are based on books, while others just feel right for fans of young adult novels. Some are movies while others are limited series. They are all about teenagers, obvs,
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Pen America has released longlists for their variety of literary awards. There are some expected choices and a few surprises, too. Notably, this is the first year that a single book appears on three lists: Sharks in the Time of Saviors, the debut novel from Kawai Strong Washburn, is longlisted for the PEN/Jean Stein Book
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The GM Defense Infantry Squad Vehicle was uniquely engineered to meet U.S. military specifications. It is based on the automaker’s off-road Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 midsize truck architecture. GM Defense DETROIT – General Motors is targeting significant growth for its resurrected military defense unit, which quietly re-launched three years ago and recently started fulfilling its first
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More areas in England could be placed into Tier 4 restrictions – equivalent to a lockdown – as the variant COVID strain spreads across the country, the government’s chief scientific adviser has suggested. London and vast swathes of southeast England have already been put into tightened measures due to the high presence of the new
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Punch Bowl Social on Broadway in Denver, November 01, 2016. Andy Cross | Denver Post | Getty Images Punch Bowl Social filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday after the coronavirus pandemic devastated its business. As recently as February, the once-buzzy “eatertainment” chain looked to be the future of the restaurant industry, offering arcade games
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