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5 Tips to Help You Read More For Fun

It’s important to take some time for yourself, and reading is like any other hobby that should be both relaxing and stimulating.

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How Does “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” Translate on Screen?

“I’m Thinking of Ending Things” is a new psychological horror about a young woman visiting her boyfriend’s parents for the first time.

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YouTuber Lindsay Ellis and Her Debut Novel, “Axiom’s End”

“Axiom’s End”, by Lindsay Ellis follows a young adult woman who becomes the sole point of communication between humans and aliens.

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Summer Books That Will Make You Forget About School

Now that the semester has officially started for Raiders, the tumultuous summer of 2020 has ended. But you can still enjoy it through books.

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“Midnight Sun” Revamps The Twilight Craze

Fans of “Twilight” were happily surprised when Stephenie Meyer announced the release of “Midnight Sun,” the retelling of Twilight.

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Book Review: The City of Brass

For Nahri, a con woman who lives in Cario in the 18th century, the fairytale stories you hear as a child have become frighteningly true.

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Book review: House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City)

Sarah J. Maas’s “House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City)” takes the reader on a journey through a high fantasy world with magic and cell phones.

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Books stacked | Photo by Shawn Kimberlin | The Wright State Guardian

QuaranREAD: How to find books for free

Reading can be the perfect escape, and since we’re all practicing social distancing, it’s the perfect time to hole away and escape into a different world.

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Book review: New Waves makes a splash

“New Waves” by debut author Kevin Nguyen is a quiet, funny novel about grief and friendship that takes you through the “work hustle” culture in the tech industry.

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Books to read in the new year | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Five great books to read in 2020

When was the last time you read a book for fun? Reading shouldn’t be just for a class, or to check off a box that says, “I read this very Important Book so now everyone will Take Me Seriously, and I am also Very Smart.”

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