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From the success of "Friends" in 1994 to "How I Met Your Mother" in 2005, and "The Big Bang Theory" in 2007, it's clear that people enjoy watching shows about groups of friends.
Most people can't wait until the holiday season to break out the decorations and join the festive cheer, while others see it as the perfect excuse to indulge in some holiday romance novels.
Virtually everyone is familiar with the 1973 supernatural horror film, The Exorcist. The movie starred Linda Blair, Max von Sydow, Ellen Burstyn, and Jason Miller.
Few other cultural icons have become as endearing and well-known as Peter Pan, the mischievous young boy from Neverland, created by J. M. Barrie.
In this LitRPG Space Opera Adventure, a pro gamer gets hooked on a brand new title that appears to be too good to be true.
October was another great month for readers who wanted an escape from the hectic pace of the upcoming holiday season. Whether you have a favorite genre or simply enjoy any good books, there was no shortage of options to choose from.
Hatchet is a 1987 wilderness survival novel by Gary Paulsen that was written for a young-adult audience. The title is derived from the hatchet that Brian Robeson, the thirteen-year-old protagonist of the story receives as a gift from his mother.
This fictionalized account of the author’s ancestors takes readers on a historical adventure through nineteenth-century America. 
Sir Arthur Charles Clarke was one of the most prolific writers in science fiction and has given the world some of the best-known titles in this genre. He was known as one of the "Big Three" science fiction authors of his time, along with Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein.
Most people remember One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest as the award-winning 1975 film starring Jack Nicholson, but long before it came the 1962 novel on which it is based.
Colin Falconer - Historical Romance in Spain's Golden Age
FEATURED AUTHOR - Colin Falconer has published twenty-six novels so far, and been lucky enough to have them translated into 23 languages. (Real ones too, not just Esperanto and cockney rhyming slang.) In between leaving school and securing his latest publishing deal, he found time to chase black witches across Mexico, travel the silk road, and occasionally play the guitar in bars. His only claim to fame from those days is completing all the verses of ‘All You Need is Love’ during a bar fight in the Stella Maris… Read more