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Meet The New York Times’ New Romance Columnist

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Romance is one of the most successful genres in publishing despite often being overlooked by both the mainstream media and the publishing world. Jaime Green is a writer, editor and teacher who has has written about books for Slate, Vulture, Thrillist, BuzzFeed and many others. She now joins The Gray Lady as the new romance columnist for The New York Times Book Review. Roxanne says “Jamie’s column shows that romance novels can be smart and fun and explores how they fit into today’s world culturally and politically.” So, whether you favor Jane Austen’s Mr. Darcy or prefer the modern day rom-com hunk, you are sure to find the perfect romance recommendation in Jaime’s new column! Check out Jaime’s Column! Books in this episode: Captive Audience: On Love…

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Buzzfeed Editor Picks Five Books to Feed Your Wanderlust

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Hang on to that sunscreen, summer’s not over yet! Whether you are planning an end-of-summer getaway, or need ideas on where to go, Buzzfeed’s Books Newsletter Editor, Ciera Velarde has five books to inspire your next vacay and feed your wanderlust! Follow Ciera on Twitter! More books that make you want to book a trip ASAP!    Books in this episode: What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding: A Memoir by Kristin Newman Pachinko by Min Jin Lee The Great Alone: A Novel by Kristin Hannah In Other Words by Jhumpa Lahiri No Baggage: A Tale of Love and Wandering by Clara Bensen Want more BookTrib? Sign up NOW for news and giveaways!

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VIDEO: Author/Actress Rowan Blanchard discusses ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ and her debut book ‘Still Here’ with BuzzFeed News’ AM to DM

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Actress and author Rowan Blanchard talks with BuzzFeed News’ AM to DM (@AM2DM on Twitter) about the new Disney Pictures film, A Wrinkle In Time and her awesome hew book, Still Here. On “Still Here” “There’s something that happens very much in your early teen years, where all of a sudden you realize everything’s happening for the first time and you don’t know how to react and there are so many feelings…I wanted to make something that was kind of a shrine to that.”  (start time: 1:07)   “Life is so endless when you’re a teenager…There’s something so infinite about it and I really wanted access to that…This is about the prelude before having it.” (start time: 2:01)   “You want nothing more than to…

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Add A Little Glam: 30 New Books to Give as Gifts This Season

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The year is now officially winding down to a close and while we’re all looking forward to 2018 and the new books it will bring, that doesn’t mean that 2017 doesn’t have anything more to offer! This week some of the most interesting new releases have come out, and we couldn’t be more excited about them. Some of the best include Pino Corrias’s new novel We’ll Sleep When We’re Old that promises glamour in Rome with a kick of dark humor; and Gary Disher’s Signal Loss is all but guaranteed to be one of the most suspenseful reads of the year. But if the baked goods that inevitably come with the winter season is more up your alley, there is also…

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Happy International Cat Day: The World’s Greatest Cat Fort and Jackson Galaxy’s Book to Solve Cat Rebellion

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As a human who has been owned by cats throughout my life (see what I did there?), I was totally enchanted when a friend sent me a link to BuzzFeed’s article on The World’s Greatest Cat Fort. I’ve long been tempted to create a cat habitat in my home, but I’m not blessed with the square footage of the young BuzzFeed staffers who made a castle worthy of Jenkins the cat. However, I love how creative and easy this DIY project looks and can see how a smaller fortress might come together with some PVC pipe, duct tape and a couple of boxes. Clearly I’m not alone in wanting a cat-friendly environment especially today, on International Cat Day. This video…

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