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13 breakthrough books to read in 2017, including The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden.

13 breakthrough books to read in 2017, including The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden.

Yasmine Galenorn OTHERWORLD series: http://thereadingcafe.com/yasmine-galenorn-interview-with-the-author/

Yasmine Galenorn OTHERWORLD series: http://thereadingcafe.com/yasmine-galenorn-interview-with-the-author/

75 Dystopian Novels You Must Read

75 Dystopian Novels You Must Read

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14 creepy horror books worth a read this Halloween.

14 creepy horror books worth a read this Halloween.

12 books to read if you love Stephen King, inlcuding a crime thriller from Tana French.

12 books to read if you love Stephen King, inlcuding a crime thriller from Tana French.

Here are 9 book Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling was inspired by to write Harry Potter and her other novels.

Here are 9 book Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling was inspired by to write Harry Potter and her other novels.

The Top Serial Killer Books http://www.bookscrolling.com/the-top-23-serial-killer-books/

The Top Serial Killer Books http://www.bookscrolling.com/the-top-23-serial-killer-books/

15 creepy books to read for Halloween. If you love thrillers and mysteries, these are for you!

15 creepy books to read for Halloween. If you love thrillers and mysteries, these are for you!

Cover Reveal: Alice Takes Back Wonderland by David D. Hammons -On sale September 28th 2015 by Curiosity Quills Press -After ten years of being told she can't tell the difference between real life and a fairy tale, Alice finally stops believing in Wonderland. So when the White Rabbit shows up at her house, Alice thinks she's going crazy.  Only when the White Rabbit kicks her down the rabbit hole does Alice realize that the magical land she visited as a child is real.

Cover Reveal: Alice Takes Back Wonderland by David D. Hammons -On sale September 28th 2015 by Curiosity Quills Press -After ten years of being told she can't tell the difference between real life and a fairy tale, Alice finally stops believing in Wonderland. So when the White Rabbit shows up at her house, Alice thinks she's going crazy. Only when the White Rabbit kicks her down the rabbit hole does Alice realize that the magical land she visited as a child is real.