Posts tagged spies
5 Nonfiction to Fiction Pairings

One portion of my reading diet that needs some boosting in particular is non-fiction. So, in the spirit of switching things up and developing a well-paired tbr, I bring you my favorite pairs of fiction and non-fiction books to read back to back!

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15 Illustrated Covers to Lust Over, Because Holy Cow, They're Pretty

I definitely recommend you check out all of these illustrators and designers. Without their beautiful work and dedication, we would not have the stunning covers we do and the world would be a little less magic. “Design and illustration are underappreciated art forms” is the hill I will die on. Watch me.

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Cover Reveal Roundup: Fall 2019 + Winter 2020

Another cover reveal season has come and gone, which means that the ARCs are starting to arrive at our desks! We’ve seen the covers digitally, but when we see it in print—well, we’re overjoyed. While we wish we could give every single person the glory of seeing these covers in person, this will have to do for now. In case you missed any of the cover reveals, I’ve rounded up all of them here for you! While we wish we could give every single person the glory of seeing these covers in person, this will have to do for now. In case you missed any of the cover reveals, I’ve rounded up all of them here for you!

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Cover Reveal: Spies by Marc Favreau

If your family is anything like mine, you know there is nothing better for family movie night than a good Cold War spy story. Explosions, car chases, gadgets! But, while the movies are well and good, the real stories of spies during the Cold War are just as compelling if not more so. Sure, real spies didn’t have exploding pens or ejector seats in their cars, but their actions had real-world consequences and changed the course of history.

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