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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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Last Minute Shopping Woes Cured: Most Popular Kindle Books Under $15

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Shopping is done and holiday gifts have been either wrapped or gifted, but just as you’re congratulating yourself for that accomplishment and not going over budget you realize you forgot a few names! How do you get those last minute gifts quickly and not break the bank? E-books! These make the greatest gifts and Kindle has a number of the most popular books of 2017 that you can send for download under $15. Here’s just a smattering of the offers on Kindle. Fiction The Midnight Line: A Jack Reacher Novel, Lee Child How far would you go to return something to somebody that you discovered in a pawn shop? This is exactly the adventure Jack Reacher takes in this Lee Child…

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Bestselling Author Lee Child’s Career ‘Floors’ it from the Very Beginning

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About five years before he wrote his first novel, Killing Floor, Lee Child began to think seriously about writing. At the time he worked as a presentation director for Granada Television in Manchester, England—an “air traffic controller for the broadcast airways” is how he describes it. He did a little bit of everything, from writing and directing to, of course, traffic management—anything, he says, to avoid the dreaded black screen. It was part of British television’s golden age. During his tenure Granada produced “Brideshead Revisited,” “The Jewel in the Crown,” “Prime Suspect” and “Cracker.” But still there was a sense at the company that things were changing as management was pondering a corporate restructuring. So in the back of his…

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