The Hidden Life of Ice by Marco Tedesco, Read by Joel Richards

Every Monday through Friday, AudioFile’s editors recommend the best in audiobook listening. We keep our daily episodes short and sweet, with audiobook clips to give you a sample of our featured listens. Joel Richards emulates the quiet reverential voice of climate scientist Marco Tedesco as he navigates the vastness of ice-covered Greenland in The Hidden […] The post The Hidden Life of Ice by Marco Tedesco, Read by Joel Richards first appeared on Literary Hub. Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

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Why read what everyone else is reading? A guide to this season’s hidden gems.

Our critic’s picks include a new edition of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” and a biography of Whistler. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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“Anybody’s life could be a wonderful piece of art.” Read Maxine Hong Kingston’s best writing advice.

On this day in 1940, Maxine Hong Kingston was born in Stockton, CA. Kingston, the daughter of Chinese immigrants, took the literary world by storm with her seminal work The Woman Warrior (1976), which blends autobiography and mythology. The Woman Warrior, the winner of the 1976 National Book... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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10 Bibliomemoirs About the Life-Altering Power of Reading

These bibliomemoirs, including The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe, offer a glimpse into the lives of fellow book lovers, reminding us how vast the bookish community is. Continue reading at Book Riot

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Outpost by Dan Richards, Read by the Author

Every Monday through Friday, AudioFile’s editors recommend the best in audiobook listening. We keep our daily episodes short and sweet, with audiobook clips to give you a sample of our featured listens. Dan Richards narrates his audiobook, Outpost, in a clear English accent that often sounds as... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Lesley Manville to read Richard Osman audiobook

“Mum” and “Phantom Thread” star Lesley Manville will narrate the audiobook of Richard Osman's forthcoming novel, The Thursday Murder Club. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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A Reading List for Your Quarter-Life Crisis: Critical Linking, March 29, 2020

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Sam Pink’s ‘Ice Cream Man’ explores life on the fringes

The story collection follows dishwashers, sandwich makers and machine operators going about their days. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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How Do I Incorporate Short Stories Back Into My Reading Life?

A reader who fell out of love with short story collections ponders how best to make reading short stories part of the routine again. Continue reading at Book Riot

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H.G. Parry: When We Read Books, We Bring Their Worlds Into Life

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How Susan Sontag Influenced Patti Smith’s Reading Life

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Inside the hidden life of Kim Jong Un

Anna Fifield traces the North Korean leader’s rise, ruthlessness and surprising openness. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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The Best Book You've Never Read is 'The Easter Parade' by Richard Yates

"I think 'The Easter Parade' is an inadvertent feminist classic, a woman’s book in the best possible meaning of that fraught term." Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Secret pebble pictures featuring famous book covers encourage children to delve into stories. Continue reading at BBC News

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English professor Karen Swallow Prior draws inspiration from both literature and Christian virtues to encourage readers to learn about themselves and the world. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Media mogul Richard Desmond’s typically self-effacing new autobiography shows how he took virtual unknowns David and Victoria and made it all OK!A rival emerges to the claim that Al Gore invented the internet. It turns out that Richard Desmond invented the Beckhams. Please adjust your records... Continue reading at The Guardian

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