Thought-Provoking Summer Reading

by on June 16, 2014

It’s the Summertime, but that doesn’t mean you should stop reading. Now is your chance to actually read things you want to read – instead of being told what to do from some teacher you respect, but believes assigns way too much work. These books are thought-provoking and surely something you would enjoy. #1. Mark […]

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Top Four Depressing Books

by on June 9, 2014

These books are pertinent and changed the way we look at sadness and depression. Do some have more valid reasons than others for their sadness? Can we really attribute a level of sadness to someone? Is it morally correct to think that one’s depression is worse than another’s? It’s been said that the most depressing […]

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Top Four Happy Books

by on June 2, 2014

I don’t understand the aspect of literature that says it’s only good if it’s sad, depressing, or traumatic. I mean, I understand it makes for more emotion – but if the point of reading is to escape to another world, a world better than our own – why wouldn’t we want to read about happy […]

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How Technology Will Change Reading

by on May 26, 2014

I personally think there is too much technology out there! We’re going to suffocate ourselves under wires and artificial intelligences one of these days. We need to slow down, turn off our phones and our computers, and just relax. I know, that sounds funny considering I’m a writer for a website. But still, technology changes […]

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Let’s Read Let’s Move

by on May 19, 2014

This is a government run program, designed to help students in fighting obesity as well as maintaining linguistic growth over the Summer. I remember being a child – you forget nearly everything over the course of the Summer as you’re young. states that: “Our nation’s youth need guidance to help build fit bodies and […]

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How Used Book Sales Hurt New Ones

by on May 12, 2014

Used books are every frugal gal and gent’s dream. Especially considering things that we need – like textbooks – are crazy expensive and it makes no sense, considering we only use that book once during a whole entire semester. But could it be bad for the economy? There is a paper out entitled Internet Exchanges […]

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