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    The author of "The Paris Wife" gets personal.

    The Paris Wife

    The Paris Wife

    A Dallas author's debut book is marvelous.

    American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld.

    The Paris Wife {About Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley... Such a stunner of a book}

    "The Paris Wife" by Paula McLain

    Any David Sedaris essay is a pleasure. But it’s only made better when the drawling, self-deprecating author reads it aloud. His tirade against litter might be his funniest rant yet.

    This is so cool!! Type in a book or author you like and it will give you a list of similar books/authors that you may enjoy. I'm bookmarking this one :)

    Jess and Ed are hands down the best characters we’ve met all summer. We genuinely missed them once the book was over.

    The UnAmericans by Molly Antopol.

    Illustrator Wendy MacNaughton's book, Tales of the City.

    Womenomics, by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman.

    This super-fun social experiment (about one woman’s quest to live like her movie-star idols) is a great way to recontextualize your celebrity obsession

    A New Novel Marries Science and Suspense via @PureWow

    Gifts for the Bibliophiles In Your Life:Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys. by Viv Albertine

    Books You May Have Missed: "Wild"

    The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie. Pan Books, 1959. via Bonito Club

    The Catcher in the Rye.

    Wolfman's Books, Oakland

    If you’ve ever seen Lena Dunham’s backside (and really, who hasn’t?), you know the actor/writer/“voice of a generation” doesn’t leave much to the imagination. Her new essay collection follows suit, pairing cringe-worthy stories with smart-girl advice.