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The Complete AMA Schedule
The /r/books bookclub selection for March is The Book of the Unnamed Midwife by Meg Elison! (self.books)
submitted 28 days ago by Chtorrr61[M] - announcement
WeeklyThreadState of the Subreddit: March 2017 (self.books)
submitted 15 hours ago by AutoModerator[M] - announcement
Bob Dylan finally agrees to accept Nobel Prize for Literature (bbc.co.uk)
submitted 13 hours ago by ManiaforBeatles
Let's clear up the whole Bob Dylan - Nobel Prize controversy (self.books)
submitted 47 minutes ago by jealoussizzle
The Collapsing Empire is a hilarious tale of humanity’s impending doom. John Scalzi’s latest novel is a thought experiment about the fall of civilization. (arstechnica.com)
submitted 1 day ago by speckz
What's the most inspiring book you've ever read? (self.books)
submitted 6 hours ago by cat-pants
William McPherson, Pulitzer-winning book critic who chronicled his decline into poverty, dies at 84 (washingtonpost.com)
submitted 18 hours ago by Tommasord
Historical fiction from women's perspective - These 6 books follow heroines who are at the centre of the action. (penguin.co.uk)
submitted 17 hours ago by lucyindsgs
Why Should You Read Stephen King's IT? (self.books)
submitted 4 hours ago by eldude19
Has a book ever come at the right time for you in your life? If so, what book and when? (self.books)
submitted 9 hours ago by darkonaut
What is the worst book you have ever read? (self.books)
submitted 13 hours ago by U_N_Owen1939
Try reading an entire day at least once a month (self.books)
submitted 19 hours ago * by legolasbaggins
The Handmaid's Tale Continues with an Audiobook 'Radio Drama' from Margaret Atwood (io9.gizmodo.com)
submitted 6 hours ago by Gemmabeta
Man steals book then returns it 35 years later, restored and signed by the author, with a $200 donation. (greatfallstribune.com)
submitted 1 day ago by PlateFiveEternity
Why do some books start on a page other than page one? (self.books)
submitted 3 hours ago by _locusts
PulpStephen King and son Owen preview excerpt and eerie cover of Sleeping Beauties (ew.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by dangzal
Often times people talk about how movie characters are their role models, do you guys have any specific book characters that had a impact on your life/ are a role model and why? (self.books)
submitted 2 hours ago by kinpsychosis
The Lives, and Fictions, of Angela Carter (vulture.com)
submitted 11 hours ago by Stizzed19
A Good Horror Story Hinges on Sincerity (tor.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by AbbathOcculta
The Unglamorous Ordeal of Recording Your Own Audiobook (lithub.com)
Have you ever began a book you didn't like at first? But, instead of stopping you pushed yourself to finish and were glad you did? (self.books)
submitted 5 minutes ago by missesawiggins
Here's How You Buy Your Way Onto The New York Times Bestsellers List (forbes.com)
submitted 12 hours ago by dankshitposterized
On the Accidental Origins of Beloved Books (lithub.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by pearloz225
I'm almost 1/4 into the first book in the Longmire series (The Cold Dish) and I'm honestly not feeling it. Is it worth it to continue? (self.books)
submitted 1 hour ago by strawberry36The Cold Dish, by Craig Johnson
Searching for a Long Lost Self Pub Ebook (self.books)
submitted 1 hour ago * by yourinternetwasworki
Just finished Swing Time by Zadie Smith (Spoilers) (self.books)
submitted 11 hours ago by brownspectacledbearA Little Life
Brandon Sanderson spins fantasy tales read by millions around the world (deseretnews.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by AbbathOcculta
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