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New Year, New Books: Start Your 2018 Reading Journey with These 27 New Reads

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These books have two things in common: they are new and they will change your life! It’s 2018, and we’re all looking for something to read that’s going to start the year off with a bang. If you want to get your 365 days of books off to a great start, here’s the ultimate list of the first new releases of the new year: Your Best Year Ever: A 5-Step Plan For Achieving Your Most Important Goals, Michael Hyatt Murder, Interrupted: True-Crime Thrillers, James Patterson No Middle Name: The Complete Collected Jack Reacher Stories, Lee Child Judgement Detox: Release the Beliefs that Hold You Back from Living a Better Life, Gabrielle Bernstein The Woman in the Window: A Novel, A.J. Finn The 21-Day Sugar…

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Heat Index: 5 Hot New Book Covers We Can’t Stop Looking At

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One of the most alluring factors for me when picking my next read is the cover. I’m a sucker for a stop-you-in-your-tracks book cover. Gorgeous covers inspire an immediate top spot on your TBR list before you’ve even read the inside flap to find out what the story is about. So for this week’s Heat Index, I’m compiling five of my recent favorites and let me tell you, narrowing it down to five was a tough job. Not only were these five reads a delight to look at, but they earned mega bonus points for having a fantastic story living between the covers. The Girl at Midnight, Melissa Grey (Delacorte Press, April 2015) “A feisty heroine, fun supporting characters, a mission…

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Do You Agree with These Choices for Favorite Book Boyfriend?

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Sometimes you don’t just love a book; you worship it. And sometimes you don’t just like a character in that book; you want to marry them. Whether they’re broody and intense or sweet and sensitive, there’s just something about this guy or gal that you can’t get enough of. You comb the pages for mentions of their name, linger on your favorite passages, and, uh, imagine that you’re the one making out with them during love scenes. Luckily, there’s a phrase for these kind of obsessive reading-crushes. Book boyfriends (or girlfriends!). These are the characters you would die to meet in real life, the people you can actually imagine yourself falling in love with—if only they didn’t exist solely in…

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