Whether you come from the California coastline or the snowy forests of Maine, reading a book set in your home state can make you feel a warm nostalgia for that beloved place. After scouring the internet
Pride and Prejudice is Jane Austen's most beloved novel, and now it's getting an update. The new book, Curtis Sittenfeld's Eligible, is the result of a match made by The Austen Project, which pairs popular
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Local literature can be a surprising source of home state pride, no matter where you're from. We found the most famous book set in each state. How many have you read? Check out the annotated map below.
This month’s 60-Second Book Club pick is The Signature of All Things, a new novel from the Eat, Pray, Love author Every month, Women's Health hosts our 60-second book club, where we invite you to take
When the temps rise and the pool beckons, you need a beach bag stuffed with the sort of reading material that'll grab you at high noon and keep you hooked until sunset. Some of these picks from us Obsessed