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Everyone stop posting 1984 memes and read the book instead.
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On being unable to shake the fear from watching the made-for-TV adaptation of IT and prepping for the new, R-rated adaptation.
On the joy of reading a favorite author's first published book for the first time.
The literary life of Robert Plant
Finding good ole Ray in unexpected places.
On the enduring message inherent in Magneto's backstory.
Shakespeare's a pretty flexible dude, but some of these film adaptations of his plays take the content to new levels of "wait, what?"
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On the books that give you a snack attack.
What to pick up after you read (or watch, soon enough!) Neil Gaiman's American Gods.
What the work of Eckhart Tolle has to do with horcruxes. Yes, really.
Be brave in your writing with these tips gleaned from great writing books.