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Books for People Who Want to Take Over the World

Whether you're looking to be a business tycoon or a dominant world leader, these books will help you get where you want to go.

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It's 2017: Start Doing Your Thing

Stoke your New Year's resolutions with these excerpts from Brendan Leonard's Make It Till You Make It: 40 Myths and Truths About Creating.

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New Year, New Authors: Top Romance Novelists Recommend Up-and-Coming Writers

Lori Foster, Debbie Macomber, Lenora Bell and other talented romance writers reveal their favorite new or up-and-coming romance authors.

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Best Books of the Month: Literature and Fiction

A feisty flâneur, family secrets, and an unsettling gem..You'll find this and more in our favorite fiction of January...

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Best Books of the Month: Nonfiction

A few of our selections for the best nonfiction of January, including a dangerous search for a legendary lost city, a revealing investigation into why we credit (or blame) testosterone for... everything, and Will Schwalbe's follow-up to his beloved The End of Your Life Book Club.

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of January

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Books of January: Our Top 5 Picks

From fantastical folklore to genetic engineering, January brings a wealth of new fantasy and science fiction from veterans and newcomers alike.

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From AbeBooks: The Gruesome Origins of Classic Fairy Tales

Do you know Cinderella's wicked secret? How did Sleeping Beauty really wake up, and what's the price for the Little Mermaid's legs? Do you know why Peter Pan's Lost Boys never grew up? Keep reading to find out....

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Weekend Reading

Strange (and creepy) events captured on VHS, a hacker's advice on how to be safe from people like himself, and re-creating the Big Bang in a laboratory are among the books our editors are reading this weekend.

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Celebrity Picks: Jenny Lawson's Favorite Reads of 2016

Jenny Lawson's Amazon author bio says, "Jenny Lawson is a very strange girl who has friends in spite of herself. She is perpetually one cat away from being a crazy cat lady." Here's what she read and loved in 2016.

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Taking Flight in Children's Books

This month our spotlight pick for middle school readers, Flying Lessons & Other Stories is a collection of short stories by some of the biggest names in young people's literature. We asked editor Ellen Oh about the inspiration for the book, it's dedication to Walter Dean Myers, and more.

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