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January 19, 2018

Staff Reads: Follow Your Dreams »

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Books can have such a profound influence on our mindset. To help you kick start the New Year, New You, we’ve recommended life-changing books that have impacted us the most and inspired us to follow our dreams, or not to.

 

Brave EnoughI have a few books that I’ll turn to again and again for self-…

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January 5, 2018

Group Reads: What did you read over the holidays? »

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Happy 2018!  For our first blog post of the year, we asked our friends on Twitter what they read over the holidays, adn here's what they said.

Share what you read over the holidays in the comments or on Twitter using the hashtag #CRPreads.

Electric-Arches Alice Network Memory of Love how to stop time immortalists born to run collected EB White Compass

 

 

 

 

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December 8, 2017

Staff Reads: December 8 »

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For the last staff reads post of the year we asked our staff what they’re looking forward to diving into over the long winter break. Check out the responses below and share what you’re reading in the comments or on Twitter using the hashtag #CRPreads.

 

Let me tell you coverComing Home Cover My name is red A little Life

 

 

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November 21, 2017

Kirk Landers: Constructing an Angry Veteran »

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JKLandersMugThe beginnings of Alone on the Shield originated when President George W. Bush landed on an aircraft carrier in full battle regalia and stood beneath the Mission Accomplished banner for a prolonged photo op orchestrated by a military band.

As a Vietnam veteran, the event made me crazy. A man who …

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November 13, 2017

Mastering Stand-Up author shares “The Successful Comedian’s To-Do List.” »

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9781613736920In Mastering Stand-Up: The Complete Guide to Becoming a Successful Comedian, author Stephen Rosenfield shares how to become a professional stand-up comedian and kiss your day job good-bye. Mastering Stand-Up provides a 12-item “Successful Comedian’s To-Do List” and includes 40 sharply written …

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November 10, 2017

Staff Reads: November 10 »

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Check out what our staff has been reading below and share what you’re reading in the comments or on Twitter using the hashtag #CRPreads.

Goldfinch

I am currently reading The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. I finally found a used copy at The Brown Elephant in Andersonville and started reading it last week. I



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November 9, 2017

“The whole concept could have gone extinct in 1942, in 1983, in 1999, and in 2008, but it didn’t. It’s still here, and it’s better than ever.” Pinball Wizards author Adam Ruben talks pinball’s place in America’s history »

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Adam RubenIn today’s technology-centered world most people think of pinball as a game from the past. But pinball is the one quintessential arcade game that continues to grow and evolve with the times, reflecting the zeitgeist of every era it passes through and today enjoying yet another renaissance. Pinball

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November 6, 2017

Author Susan M. Latta discusses her motivations behind her new book Bold Women of Medicine »

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Susan_Latta_0380_WEBSIZEServing as inspiration for any young woman who wants to make a difference in the world, these women revolutionized the medical field by breaking barriers and battling discrimination. From the 19th century battlefields of Crimea to the modern, barren landscape of Antarctica, these 21 pioneers used de…

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November 2, 2017

“I wasn’t just a writer asking for a one-time interview. I listened to her. I asked questions. And I kept an open mind.” Author Tammy Mal discusses her new book, Convenient Suspect »

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Convenient SuspectIf, like the rest of the country, you’ve devoured recent true crime miniseries like Serial, Making a Murderer, The Keepers, and any number of the others, you will want to get your hands on our new true crime and wrongful conviction story, Convenient Suspect: A Double Murder, A Flawed Investigation

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October 30, 2017

Ten Twilight Zone Locations You Wouldn’t Want to Visit on Halloween Night »

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Just in time for Halloween, Chicago Review Press submits for your approval The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia—a one-of-a-kind completist’s tribute to the genre-bending show that changed the landscape of network television. Below, author Steven Jay Rubin reveals the top ten spookiest Twilight Zon

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