Some people are so excited about Valentine’s Day, and are already making romantic plans, and that’s fantastic. The world needs more love. But others, especially those who are single, don’t give a hoot and think it is all too gooey and sentimental. Then there those who have had bad experiences with Cupid and don’t want to risk repeating those. According to an article published last year in Psychology Today, for instance, Valentine’s Day can even set people up for serious disappointment, the same way people feel bad if they make New Year’s resolutions they don’t keep. They set
Book lovers had plenty to celebrate in 2015, because it was a banner year for best sellers and great reads in lots of different genres. E-books that made the list of top reads in 2015 included everything from children’s books to military histories and from gripping nonfiction stories to darkly mysterious fiction novels. In case you missed out on the pleasure of these books, here is list of some of the most popular titles you may want to add to your current reading list.The top three, published by Penguin Random House, are Unbroken: A World War II
There were a number of notable developments and news items in the world of e-books during 2015, and here is a recap that highlights some of the more significant stories of the year.
Starting the Year with a Celebration
The year began with a digital publishing awards ceremony hosted at the glitzy Hilton Midtown Hotel in NYC, and winners included the books Chinese Whispers and The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains in the adult fiction category. Top honors in nonfiction went to titles including two fashion-related books, Women in Clothes and Penny Chic: How to