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Books on the Subway Gets the Breast of Both Worlds

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Books on the Subway is one small typo away from being Boobs on the Subway. That recent realization sparked a unique and fascinating campaign to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Books on the Subway since 2013 has been leaving their favorite books on the New York subway with the mission to help people fall in love with reading again and make the subway a more friendly and enjoyable experience. When a friend of the organization pointed out the effect of the one-letter difference, the group had an idea they felt could make a bigger difference than just one letter. Books on the Subway’s monthly book club was reading The Bucket List (Atria) by Georgia Clark. “The idea was simple…

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Talking Georgia Clark’s ‘The Regulars’: What’s So Bad about Being…Regular?

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Let’s face it, being a girl is hard. Deciding what to wear and then if that clothing fits your apple or pear body shape is not always enjoyable. Answering the question: do I have too much makeup on or not enough, is typically a rhetorical question, because is there ever really an answer? The list goes on and on. In a world where we are told to “just be ourselves,” there sure seems to be a lot of pressure on us ladies, from the “pretty” Snapchat filter to our Instagram news feeds filled with selfies of contouring celebrities, it’s no wonder where Georgia Clark found her inspiration for her latest witty and sexy novel, The Regulars (Emily Bestler Books, August 2, 2016). In Clark’s debut in adult fiction, Evie,…

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