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25 books to read in the second half of 2019

Looking for something to read? You’re going to have to be more specific. Do you want a biography about one of the most ancient and irresistible human stories ever composed? A novel as bluesy and sad as a Dolly Parton song? A memoir that will wrench you apart with its beautiful language and images? Good […]

3 Business Books You Can’t Afford To Ignore

Most people see their book consumption spike in the Summer.  This is certainly true for me. I do my best to read the news daily online and on paper (I know, so old fashioned!).  But, when it comes to staying on top of my book reading goals throughout the year, I have a lot of progress to […]

Entrepreneurship book recommendations from young healthcare leaders

For those pursuing a career in healthcare, leadership skills might be the last thing on their minds. After years of focused training in medicine, law, engineering, or life sciences, it often takes a leadership book or two to help fine-tune their management skills. We asked the honorees on Business Insider’s list of 30 leaders under […]

5 new books: Philippa Gregory’s ‘Tidelands,’ ‘The Warehouse’

CLOSE “Tidelands,” by Philippa Gregory. (Photo: Atria Books) In search of something good to read? USA TODAY’s Barbara VanDenburgh scopes out the shelves for this week’s hottest new book releases. 1. “Tidelands,” by Philippa Gregory (Atria Books, fiction, on sale Aug. 20) What it’s about: Gregory turns her focus from historical figures to explore the lives […]

George R.R. Martin Says He Can Finally Finish the Books Now that ‘GoT’ Is Over

The cast of Game of Thrones may be a little “upset” about all those extremely negative reactions to the eighth and final season earlier this year, but George R.R. Martin is feeling pretty happy that the show is done, apparently. On Sunday, the Observer published an interview with Martin talking about the fact that Game […]

Regional books: “This Boy’s War,” “The Dead Girl in 2A” and more

“This Boy’s War” by Arnold Grossman (Logis Books) What do you do if World War II is your fault? “If it wasn’t for the Jews, there wouldn’t be a Hitler killing our boys over there,” a schoolmate taunts David Saperstein, a 13-year-old Teaneck, N.J., boy.  “It’s your fault, you know that, don’t you?” As one […]

Best of LA Arts: Books of Summer

Our summer books roundup ranges from hefty tomes reimagining serious topics to artisanal reissues and digital publications celebrating the extra whimsical, with both historical and brand new works spanning photojournalism and the graphic novel, from the cheeky and utopian to the positively catty. Soul, RB and Funk: Photographs by Bruce Talamon (TASCHEN) Soul. RB. Funk. […]

11 books New Yorkers are reading this summer and where to find them

MCNALLY JACKSON After making a splash in the UK, 28-year-old Irish writer Sally Rooney is now a sensation in New York. Her two novels, “Conversations with Friends” and “Normal People” (Hogarth) both explore modern, coming-of-age love affairs, and were recommended by almost every bookseller on this list. “They go down like milkshakes, super fast. Super […]

Books that Will Help You Kick Your Tech Dependence

A few weeks back, I was antsy in a way that I couldn’t explain. My head was swimming from a bunch of weeks on the road for work, which turned into both too much and not enough time with people. I was tired no matter how much I slept. Inside all the time. Sucked into […]

The Best Coffee Table Books For A First Apartment Or Dorm Room

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. Fill it up … (Photo: Getty) Getty Moving […]