The Benefits of Reading. Key Reasons to Read Regularly

The researchers conducted by numerous scientists have shown how to maintain mental clarity throughout an entire life: the continues development of your brain is a key matter here. One of the most effective methods to develop your brains is reading. Moreover, it is important to read on a regular basis. Nowadays, when people are too…

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Inspiring Quotes on #WorldBookDay

Exactly 400 years ago, two of the most appreciated writers of all times have died. In 1616, Cervantes and Shakespeare have left the humankind to grieve. To honor their memory, 23rd of April has become the World Book Day. Literature is a treasure of the soul. It is said that books make you richer and…

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Five Artist Biographies You Should Read in 2016

Do you have objectives for this year? Well, make room for one more. Time to get inspired by some of the greatest stories, the wonders behind some of art’s most amazing geniuses. I’ve browsed the biographies shelf and these five books should definitely go on your to read list. Matisse the Master: The Conquest of…

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Best TV Shows Inspired by Books – Part 2

As we promised in a previous post, we’re back with the second part of our list of best TV shows inspired by books. If in the first part we had forensic dramas and conflicted characters, this time we have fashion and teen drama, with a splash of blood and witchcraft. Let’s see which ones made…

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12 Signs That You Should Read a Book

Open the newspaper at the entertainment page and you’ll notice the somewhat funny jokes, the infamous crossword puzzle and the horoscope. Believe it or not, most people end up reading those three little lines about our sign just for the sake of seeing if something will come out of that, and not very often something similar…

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Interior Design Ideas: Creative Bookshelves

Reading corners can be the most magical place for every bookworm. And sometimes those books we love so much tend to occupy a lot of room and eventually, they end up nearly kicking us out of the house. It’s just their way of saying they need more space, and by space I mean bookshelves. And…

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Terry Pratchett’s Movies and Books: The Hogfather

Photo from jomland Photo from lspace.org Do you believe in fairy tales? Dragons, tree nymphs, people you least expect that turning into heroes, Death riding on a white horse? What about Christmas? Do you still believe in Santa? Well, I’m sorry but Santa isn’t real. The Hogfather, on the other hand, is something worth believing in. The Hogfather is…

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Interior Design Ideas for Home Reading Corners

I am a big fan of hardcover books: I love the smell of old, I love the yellow pages, the torn covers or the turned page corners. I already have a small library in my parent’s house — some 300 books gathered over time, and the plans for my future house include at least one reading corner….

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Budapest – The Capital of Books

Budapest, the capital of Hungary is more than just an East European capital. The history has left a strong imprint in the marrow of the city and because of that, in many ways, Budapest resembles Vienna without losing its personal flair. It’s an invitation to visit or re-visit a city that many underestimate. Take a look…

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Supervert – Definitions of Perversity

What is perversity? Dictionary definitions would say it is anything directed away from what is right or good. Freud would say it is the ability to derive sexual pleasure from any part of the body. Freud believed that a young child is a pervert, because he would touch his body in a manner unacceptable to…

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Literature and Mathematics Combined In The Hell Book by Carlo Frabetti

Yes, yes, we all appreciate the people that read. We are awed at the mere sight of them and deep down inside, we all envy them… even if we don’t admit it. Source Indeed all books may look like an arch-enemy when you don’t have time for them. And your personal library may become your…

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Chew Your Pages Wisely: Firmin by Sam Savage

There are so many people that reviewed Firmin: Adventures of a metropolitan lowlife by Sam Savage, illustrations by Fernando Krahn. From the Guardian to your Sunday blogger, apparently no one  seems to grasp the full extent of this twisted little tale… or tail, if you prefer. Photo from LibrosyLiteratura. It’s a tale that will grow…

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