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First Impressions is a novel of a romantic love triangle, a mystery that is centuries old, a murder that is fresh, book collecting, and Jane Austen. The story goes back and forth from the early […]

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At 5 Minutes for Books we are fortunate to not only be able to read amazing books, but we are especially thrilled when an author offers to contribute to our site. Here are five posts […]

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Writer Bonnie Way shares with you a fun book series your children will love! She was compensated for her time in writing this post, however, all opinions remain her own. My daughters love pulling out their […]

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You’re likely familiar with Brandon Stanton’s incredible project, Humans of New York, and if not, then please stop what you’re doing right now and head over to his blog or his Facebook page for a […]

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Jenny, 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, is here to share with you a fun educational app for kiddos. This post is sponsored, but all opinions remain those of the writer. It’s no secret that our […]

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Disclosure: Relativity Media covered writer Jennifer D.’s expenses for a visit to the set of The Best of Me in Louisiana. I have enjoyed covering movie releases, which includes the opportunity to see the movie […]

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5 Minutes for Books managing editor Jennifer shares her thoughts on a re-issue of an old favorite series for young readers. This is a sponsored campaign. My son learned to read at an early age […]

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Travel from Your Armchair This Fall

by Bonnie Way

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Bonnie is here to share some books great for armchair traveling. With September more than halfway over, many of us are happily putting away the remnants of our summer vacations and settling into normal routines […]

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5 Tips to Hook a Reluctant Reader

5 Minutes for Books reviewer and mom of two boys Nancy shares some of the ways that she overcame her son’s picky reading habits. My sixth grade son doesn’t quite fit the definition of a […]

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When we were little and I needed Warren, I would rub my earlobe. And perhaps it was the alchemy of childhood, a magic that happened because I believed it could, but I swear it worked. […]

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