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This article about research done on library use is quite lengthy, but if you just focus on page two you can discover all kinds of interesting things about people who don't and do use the library. Are you a library lover, information omnivore, young and restless, or a different kind of user all together? I'm a library lover.
Have you heard about Amtrak Residency yet? Read the article. I actually am very much intrigued.
J.K. Rowling added some new information on Pottermore regarding the Quidditch World Cup.
I don't, I won't, read like this just to read faster. No thank you. How could you really enjoy a book? I guess maybe if it was reading a textbook for school this would be an okay idea, but even then what about graphs, and other photos that are in textbooks to help people learn?
See which is the most downloadable book in your state! Mine is American Gods by Neil Gaiman. I think this is yet another sign that I really do need to start reading his books.
She Has Left The Room looks at race and civil rights in young adult books that are't historical, actually they aren't even really of this world.
Are you a movie and a book fan? I am! Foil The Plot has an amazing new great feature "Page & Screen Pairings" that recommends books based on movies you love and vice versa for your reading/viewing pleasure.
If you have yet to read any Stephen King because you are not a fan of the horror genre then you should take a minute to look over My Novel Opinion's post that features King's books that won't scare the crap out of you.
How do you choose your next read? I'm a mix of both a free spirit and a planner.
I can enjoy books that don't have romance in them, but I have noticed lately that I really almost prefer for a book to have a little bit of romance in it (I'm talking about books that aren't in the romance genre), IF it isn't the main focus and is done nicely. If this topic interests you I suggest you read Writer of Wrongs's post Ship Shape: All I Need is Love.