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    Best Self-Improvement Books To Read Before the New Year

    As we settle into the holiday season and the last month of the year, many of us tend to reflect on the past twelve months. We analyze what we’ve done, what we’ve achieved, and what we hope next year to bring. As such, I find myself reading more self-improvement books and learning about how I can better myself for the year ahead. Self-help books are quite popular now, and some people seem to be divided over them. Are these books worth the money? Do they actually help? Or, is it all just b.s.? Personally, I enjoy self-improvement books and have found them to be quite helpful. If you enjoy them as…

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    Most Powerful Dystopian Story | Unwind by Neil Shusterman Book Review

    With books like The Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, and Divergent, post-apocalyptic and dystopian books are at the height of popularity. With each book pushing further into a terrifying ordeal within a broken world, Unwind is the one that takes this genre to a whole other level. And, that’s what we will discuss in this book review. If you don’t like to hear about teenagers getting hurt, I would recommend not reading this book or this post. There is a pretty intense chapter, but if you enjoy dystopian books, let’s dive in further. In this month’s book review, we will be diving into the twisted world of Unwind by Neil Shusterman and…

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    Best Books on How To Write Fiction

    I’ve read so many books about how to write fiction throughout my time as a creative writing student in college, and I have a few books I routinely read and take notes from even now. These books have helped me improve writing screenplays, novels, flash fiction, and a ton of other mediums. If you find any books you are interested in, I recommend checking out Thrift Books (link is an affiliate, which means we both get credit at no cost to you), which is where I get most of my books. Seriously, they are like $4 or $5 since they are second-hand. (More on Thrift Books down below.) So, if…