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Scribd 2h
We're excited to introduce a new reading experience in ! Now readers can access a diverse catalog that includes over 60,000 Spanish-language and from top authors and publishers. Start reading more today!
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Scribd 19h
Celebrate with these reads about Native peoples and cultures.
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Scribd Oct 10
Here are some Halloween lists from our editors! If you're into Gothic fiction: If you want some great mysteries and thrillers: For fans of YA: For fans of true crime:
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Scribd Oct 9
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Scribd Oct 9
ICYMI: “Good Morning America” has launched a book club, and their first pick is DOMINICANA by Angie Cruz, which you can listen to on Scribd (the source for all your celebrity book club needs!):
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Scribd Oct 8
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Zadie Smith’s first short story collection, which features works from across many genres, displays her incredible depth as a writer.
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Scribd Oct 8
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For those that prefer a good sob more than a good scare this fall season, has a new novel out called THE GIVER OF STARS, about a handful of women working for Eleanor Roosevelt’s traveling library during the Great Depression.
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Scribd Oct 8
It’s “all the awesome books get released on this day of the week” time already! One of the most hyped books of October is Saeed Jones’ () memoir about growing up black and gay, HOW WE FIGHT FOR OUR LIVES.
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Scribd Oct 8
Bestselling author will be at HQ tomorrow for a ! We'll be talking about his new book and learning how to do less to ultimately achieve more. ⁠ In SF? Grab a ticket and find your calm ⁠ ⁠
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Scribd Oct 7
Are you prepared to be scared? Spend the chilly autumn nights curled up in bed with these spooky reads. Don’t worry about the laundry or the dirty dishes or the creaking from the other room.
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Scribd Oct 4
Which of these current New York Times bestsellers are you settling in with this weekend?
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Scribd Oct 3
”Get help early. If you think there is a problem, there is probably a problem...” ....
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Scribd Oct 3
These are THE books you need to read this month according to our editors. The list covers Ann Patchett’s latest, the forthcoming Bill Bryson book about the body, and more.
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Scribd Oct 2
From Oprah’s first revamped book club pick to the latest selection, we have your celebrity book club needs covered this October.
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Scribd Oct 1
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Here’s the latest from Heather Morris, author of THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ. (Just one of the hottest books of last year, no big deal.)
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Scribd Oct 1
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This book is all one long paragraph. REINHARDT’S GARDEN by Mark Haber is an exploration of melancholy that’s very funny. This is why we love indie presses.
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Scribd Oct 1
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For those who don’t like conventional frights during the spooky season, Ben Lerner’s latest autofiction is being lauded as a moving deep dive into issues around masculinity today.
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Scribd Oct 1
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As the busy holiday season approaches, remember that keeping calm in all the chaos is the best way to keep achieving at your highest levels, whether during crunch time at the office or planning your holiday parties.
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Scribd Oct 1
It’s October 1st, so it’s officially OK to start our Hot New Books of the Week thread with some horror from Joe Hill to show how hype we are for Halloween.
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Scribd Sep 30
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Lots of big podcasts these days also have book spinoffs. Which is great, because it means you essentially get an extended podcast episode when listening to the audiobook. You can listen to your favorite podcasts AND the audiobooks they inspired on Scribd.
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