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Most Popular Fiction Books From The Past 100 Years

Most Popular Fiction Books From The Past 100 Years

All artists, be it a painter, singer, musician, want the same thing, to be recognized as the best of the best and to go down in history. Fame is more than what one person needs; the fortune happens to be a plus. It’s great to see an author’s success continue to grow throughout their lifetime, […]

Your paper brain and your Kindle brain aren't the same thing

Your Paper Brain And Your Kindle Brain Aren’t The Same Thing

Long ago, there was only one way to read text as books, newspapers, and magazines only came in print form. That is until November of 2007 when tech giant Amazon released the first e-reader, the Kindle. In five and a half hours, the innovative product sold out. The excitement was that you could get any […]

How to Create a To-Do List that Super Boosts Your Productivity

How To Create A To-Do List That Super Boosts Your Productivity

It always seems that there are never enough hours in the day! Going from meeting to meeting, doing actual work, fulfilling family obligations, plus fitting in a little “me” time is a lot to do, let alone to think about. There has to be a better way to organize yourself. Luckily, there is. For years […]

Shakespeare and Co., Paris, France

7 Coolest Bookstores In The World

Ask an avid reader where their summer travels take them, and you’ll get the same response, “the bookstore!” Print is still very much alive, and with elaborate history-packed bookstores around the world, it will be a long time before the internet or large chains put these retailers out of business. Independent bookstores give you a […]

What is the Mandela Effect?

What is the Mandela Effect?

Have you ever been so sure of something happening only to find out later that you had it all wrong? Fiona Broome was one person who was sure her memory was correct but ended up not matching current reality. Beginning in 2009, she started documenting these memories on her website, The Mandela Effect. Broome explains that […]

Why Aren't Graduates Ready For Work?

Why Aren’t Graduates Ready For Work?

Millennials are called the boomerang generation for a reason. The majority of them go to school, get a degree, and somehow end up back at home where they started. The reason being is they can’t find a job. This is in part due to not being ready despite all the schooling they’ve been through. You […]