7 Wintery Novels To Cozy Up To

eNoters! We are so close to springtime! Birds, bees, apple trees, and sunscreen. It’s almost in our reach. But when the sun comes back, we lose our (completely viable) excuse to stay in after school/work… with our fuzzy slippers & snowflake jammies, bingeing on Netflix or absorbed in a book all night. Let’s be clear: coming…

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10 Books You Won’t Believe Were Published

…and the reviewers who actually read them. 1. People Who Don’t Know They’re Dead: How They Attach Themselves to Unsuspecting Bystanders and What to Do About It Author Gary Leon Hill tells of his family’s work luring dead spirits from the bodies of very alive people they’ve held hostage. There are actually quite a few Goodreads…

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Could This Be the Worst Book Cover of All Time?

Well, no. That title probably goes to this… Or this… Or this… However, it is possibly the worst cover of a classic novel ever published. (Wait, are you saying Henry James’ 1891 novel The Turn of the Screw isn’t actually about screws?!) No. It’s not about screws. We’ll let you be the judge: here are quite possibly…

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Turn the Page in Style with Literary Nail Art

Instagrammers rejoice: at last you can celebrate your passion for nail art and dystopian literature with Glitterfingersss’ tutorial to “burned paper nails”! We think it’s totally Fahrenheit 451 and right on point for festival season—book festival season, that is. Check it out below. Read on for the 9-step tutorial. It’s actually easier than it looks!

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New to eNotes: Annotated eTexts!

For a long time at eNotes, we’ve displayed eTexts on the site–entire works that anyone can access for free. But recently we’ve worked to make them even better. Welcome to our all new Annotated eTexts! What’s an Annotated eText? Have you ever underlined words or made notes in the margins of your books while reading…

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