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Books to Read Based on Your Go-To Coffee Order

Nothing goes together like books and coffee, so here are some books that you should read based on your go-to coffee order.

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Book Review: “Dog Flowers: A Memoir”

“Dog Flowers: A Memoir” by Danielle Geller tells the story of Danielle on her return to her mother’s home at the Navajo reservation.

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The Most Anticipated Book Releases of 2021

The year is nearly over and many are already looking ahead to see what new and exciting books are getting published next year.

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Five Unique Gifts For Book Lovers

The holidays are right around the corner, but there is still plenty of time to shop for your friends and family.

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Book Suggestions Based On TV Shows You Like

Below is a list of books that are similar to a TV show, and if you like the one you will likely enjoy the other.

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End of Semester: Books to Read Based on Your Mood

Whether this is your first semester at WSU or you have been with us all year, it’s time to turn off your brain and relax this winter break.

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New Book Releases You Need to Put On Your List

Here are some books that were released during the second half of the year that you may not have heard of that you can buy to support authors.

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Books With a Blue Cover: What Does it Mean?

Aside from obvious colors like black or white, blue is probably one of the most common colors publishers use on book covers.

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Giving Thanks: Raiders Share Impactful Books

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and while the holiday will be different you can still hold onto thankfulness.

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Annual Online Event Encourages Month Long Novel Writing

Every year in November, thousands of people attempt to write a novel by the end of the month in an annual online event called NaNoWriMo

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