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  • Paula Hawkins’ Into the Water Will Leave You Breathless

    Reading Paula Hawkins’ new psychological thriller, Into the Water, was like diving deep into murky, unpredictable waters—it gripped me by the throat with suspense until its final moments. Into the Water revolves around two things: a body of water, and a collection […] The post Paula Hawkins’ Into the Water Will Leave You Breathless appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • Romance Roundup: Feisty Governesses, Vigorous Veterinarians, and Romantic Crown Princes

    This week’s Romance Roundup includes a man who needs to think of his clan, a veterinarian learning to love again, and a stylist involved in some major royal wedding drama. A Piece of My Heart, by Sharon Sala Mercy Dane […] The post Romance Roundup: Feisty Governesses, Vigorous Veterinarians, and Romantic Crown Princes appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • 5 Workplace Romances for Your Lunch Break

    Long hours, tedious assignments, and the lure of watercoolor gossip are all the makings of a tension-filled office romance. Stuck with the same people, day in and day out, it’s not hard to imagine how feelings can start to develop […] The post 5 Workplace Romances for Your Lunch Break appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • 7 Books to Celebrate Earth Day

    For nearly fifty years, people all over the world have celebrated Earth Day each April 22, coming together in support of environmental protection. It’s an opportunity to reflect on how we’re doing as stewards of this planet, to educate ourselves about the value […] The post 7 Books to Celebrate Earth Day appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • 20 Books for the New Fantasy Reader

    Fantasy can be a difficult genre for beginners to penetrate, and in a sense, that’s fitting. The foundations of the genre rely on invention and reinvention, pushing boundaries, and infusing the known with the unknown. Where do you even begin […] The post 20 Books for the New Fantasy Reader appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • The Amazing Games We’ll Be Playing During Barnes & Noble’s Gaming Events on April 29

    Did you know that April 29th is International Tabletop Game Day? We did—and we’re kicking off our 2017 Gaming Meetup series with live gaming events at select Barnes & Noble locations, starting at 6 p.m. Bring a friend (or just your […] The post The Amazing Games We’ll Be Playing During Barnes & Noble’s Gaming Events on April 29 appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • Romance Roundup: Photographers, Bodyguards, and Rodeo Stars

    This week’s Romance Roundup includes a guy looking for some vengeance, a freelance photographer with a big scoop, and a demon dude with centuries of pent-up passion. Family Tree, by Susan Wiggs Annie Harlow is happily married, preggo with her […] The post Romance Roundup: Photographers, Bodyguards, and Rodeo Stars appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • 5 Nerdy and Flirty Romances

    There’s something irresistible about the combination of smart and sexy. Whether it’s through a scientific approach to being naughty, or back-and-forth banter hot enough to steam up a pair of glasses, these romances show what sorts of fun things can […] The post 5 Nerdy and Flirty Romances appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • 5 Fantastic Coming-of-Age Graphic Novels

    Whether you’re battling boredom in the suburbs or attending a magical school for mutants, growing up is hard to do. Trekking to adulthood is a universal journey, and teenage angst is a language we all speak. The settings of the […] The post 5 Fantastic Coming-of-Age Graphic Novels appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • 22 Encouraging Books For Job Seekers

    Whether you’re laid off, looking to level up, or totally reinventing your career, when you’re looking for a new job, you can only spend so many hours polishing your resume and scanning LinkedIn before you burn out. And the truth […] The post 22 Encouraging Books For Job Seekers appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • High-Stakes Forbidden Love in J.R. Ward’s The Chosen

    No one does forbidden love like J.R. Ward, and the latest installment of her Black Dagger Brotherhood series, The Chosen, delivers on the goods. In the aftermath of The Band of Bastards’ attempt on King Wrath’s life, their leader, Xcor, […] The post High-Stakes Forbidden Love in J.R. Ward’s The Chosen appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • 9 Cookbooks to Gift the Mom in Your Life this Mother’s Day

    Keying into your senses of taste and smell create an onslaught of nostalgic memories: Doing homework on a weekday afternoon while grandma gets dinner ready. Helping mom make your birthday cake, hoping she’ll let you lick the mixing bowl. Passing […] The post 9 Cookbooks to Gift the Mom in Your Life this Mother’s Day appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • Romance Roundup: FBI Agents, Gambled Grooms, and Nice Guys with Puppies

    This week’s Romance Roundup includes a lord who has been gambled into marriage, a taxi-driving heroine, and a woman taking a breather. The Thing About Love, by Julie James FBI agents Jessica Harlow and John Shepherd knew each other when […] The post Romance Roundup: FBI Agents, Gambled Grooms, and Nice Guys with Puppies appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • 33 Books to Read with Your Mother

    Whether your mom is just upstairs or thousands of miles away, reading a book together is a wonderful way to connect. You can introduce her to your favorite characters, learn something new, or just escape into a dreamy world of happy endings. […] The post 33 Books to Read with Your Mother appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • A Book for Every Kind of Mom

    Every mother is different, and those of us with a good mom in our lives know how lucky we are to have her. While it can take an entire lifetime to truly appreciate your mom, Mother’s Day is a great reminder to show […] The post A Book for Every Kind of Mom appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • The Book Nerd’s Guide to Air Travel

    Welcome to the Book Nerd’s Guide to Life! Every other week, we convene in this safe place to discuss the unique challenges of life for people whose noses are always wedged in books. For past guides, click here. By the […] The post The Book Nerd’s Guide to Air Travel appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • Tiffany Reisz’s The Night Mark is a Second-Chance Romance of Historic Proportions

    Tiffany Reisz takes her readers into uncharted waters with The Night Mark: a sweeping epic that spans time and space for fans of Outlander and The Time Traveller’s Wife looking for their next obsession. At the start of the novel, […] The post Tiffany Reisz’s The Night Mark is a Second-Chance Romance of Historic Proportions appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • The Best New Fiction to Read This Spring

    Cherry blossoms, sunshine, the smell of cut grass, and fresh new books from fabulous authors mean it must be spring. This year, short story collections are all the rage, along with historical fiction, family dramas, and a sophomore thriller from Paula […] The post The Best New Fiction to Read This Spring appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • Romance Roundup: Scottish Vacations, Civil War Spies, and Baseball Players

    This week’s Romance Roundup includes a time-traveling Scotsman, a kidnapped lady, and an operative on a major mission of the heart. The Chosen, by J.R. Ward This is the latest book in Ward’s very sexy and entertaining Black Dagger Brotherhood […] The post Romance Roundup: Scottish Vacations, Civil War Spies, and Baseball Players appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • Celebrate Opening Day with 10 Great Baseball Books

    Once again Opening Day is upon us, so it’s time to oil up that glove, gloat over your baseball card collection, and remember why you keep coming back to baseball even though it’s a game of suffering. Despite being born […] The post Celebrate Opening Day with 10 Great Baseball Books appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • April’s Best New Thrillers

    These 10 April thrillers offer up twisty plots, backstabbing old friends, and enough gasp-out-loud moments to keep your heart rate up, even when you’re stuck inside on a rainy day. The Fixer, by David Baldacci Amos Decker returns for a third go-round, […] The post April’s Best New Thrillers appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • April’s Best History Books

    April showers bring May flowers, and fantastic history books. Here are 10 of the month’s best The American Spirit: Who We Are and What We Stand For, by David McCullough McCullough is one of the most celebrated historians in American […] The post April’s Best History Books appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • 6 NYC Romances to Knock Your Socks Off

    Welcome to the concrete jungle of New York City: bright lights, beautiful architecture, broken hearts everywhere you look. It’s been that way since the dawn of the city itself. But there’s also a lot of romance in NYC—you just have to […] The post 6 NYC Romances to Knock Your Socks Off appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • The Best New Vinyl to Spin This April

    Judging by April’s vinyl ouput, March is definitely going out like a lion this year! We’ve got some great vinyl exclusives coming to the Vinyl Store, including new albums by Bob Dylan, the Mavericks (pressed on translucent red vinyl), and […] The post The Best New Vinyl to Spin This April appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • April’s Best New Mysteries

    Spring is here, gumshoes! Whether you’re an avid mystery reader who always figures out whodunit by the third chapter, or (like me) you put the “amateur” in amateur detective—but live for the “a-ha!” moment when everything is revealed—April’s mystery roundup is […] The post April’s Best New Mysteries appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • In Nevertheless, Alec Baldwin Makes His Brand Brutal Honesty

    On the third page of Alec Baldwin’s unvarnished new memoir, Nevertheless, he startles you with this: “I’m not actually writing this book to discuss my work, my opinions, or my life…I’m writing it because I was paid to write it.” […] The post In Nevertheless, Alec Baldwin Makes His Brand Brutal Honesty appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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  • April’s Best New Fiction

    This month brings a duo of war novels that shed light on events past (Operation Iraqi Freedom) and yet to come (a second American Civil War in 2075) from journalists and veterans whose experiences have put them on the front […] The post April’s Best New Fiction appeared first on Barnes & Noble Reads.

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