Month: December 2016

Merry Christmas 2016 from WhyToRead

MERRY CHRISTMAS from  We’ll be back in the new year with lots more books lists on all your favorite topics. From Mystery and detective books to sci-fi to historical romance. Non-fiction will not be forgotten either with lists on philosophy, sociology, ancient history underway. If you have any requests, please contact us here and let us know what you’d like to see in a list.  If you join our mailing list (subscribe below) you’ll get an update once per week with links to lists published. (P.S. We found these fun instructions to make this tree, and great ideas...

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Christmas Mystery Books 2016

Is there the perfect Christmas Mystery?  Detective novels and crime fiction are one of the top genres. Who doesn’t love to snuggle down in front of a burning fireplace,  hot drink in hand, with a good mystery book.  Lucky for us, they usually come in series, featuring the amateur or professional detective.   So this list of Christmas Mystery books will get you in the seasonal spirit.  Hopefully. 1. Hercule Poirot’s Christmas – Agatha Christie Multi-millionaire Simeon Lee invites his family for Christmas gathering. But there are high tensions between family members. So when Simeon Lee is found dead...

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Best Book Quote gifts ever 2016

Readers love a good book quote from their favorite author or series.  Tap into this list for easy, simple, cheap Christmas presents in 2016.  From classics to slightly kitsch, there’s something for everyone. Dont leave your orders too late, get in head of the last-last minute rush with these fun book quote gifts.  Hunt around and we expect you can find many many more. First lines of Literature MUG Features famous lines such as “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”.  24 awesome quotes to provide excellent distraction in the home or office.  You...

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Leadership Books for 2017

What Leadership Books are you expecting Santa to bring you this year?  What leadership skills would you like to nurture in 2017.  As the count down continues to not only Christmas, but the end of the year our thoughts turn to 2017. Readers are leaders. Its an old saying but true. Reading books allows us to learn from others experiences, good and not-so-good.  We can fast track our skills by reading.  Fast track your leadership skills with these leadership books for 2017. 1. Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life – Susan David Life...

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