Why I Find it Easier to Read Books on my Phone

I know that reading “real” books or even reading on your e-reader is supposed to be better for you, stimulating the mind in a healthy way, yet I find it much easier to read on my phone.

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The 4 Benefits of Reading Daily

I think we all can agree that finding the time to relax from our busy lives and just read a book is nearly impossible. Of course, we all read daily, it is a part of our jobs, of driving, of cooking and just using our phones. In fact, we are constantly surrounded by words and […]

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A Virtuous Death

Book Review A Virtuous Death By: Christine Trent Genre: Historical Mystery Reading time: 4.5 hours Pages: 266 “He walks a fine line between good and evil, happiness and anguish. This represents the near future, dear lady, so let us see what the cards have to say about the outcome, and the hopes and fears that […]

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How to Buy Books on a Budget

Real readers know that sometimes borrowing a book just isn’t as satisfying as owning it. You don’t want to take your precious book back to your local library you want to put it on your overflowing shelf where it will sit for a millennium. No judgment, it happens to the best us. Below are the […]

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October Reading Plan

As fall hits time gets more and more scarce. The holidays are quickly approaching, school has started and daylight is being overtaken by darkness. With all the extra “night-time” reading has become a perfect indoor activity to fight off the winter blues that are soon to set in. Reading doesn’t have to be a daunting […]

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Water

Water By: Robert Lowell “We wished our two souls might return like gulls to the rock. In the end, the water was too cold for us.” Analysis: This is a beautiful nostalgic poem encompassing the longing and lost hope that a trip down memory lane can uncover. The use of color imagery creates a vivid […]

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