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Nine books about sex that can change your life
Books and literature

Nine books about sex that can change your life

Reading favors concentration, increases your vocabulary and makes us more empathetic, but can a book improve our sex life? We do not talk about erotic literature. We talk about learning. To finish the book and know that we have much more knowledge of the subject than when we started. To go to bed knowing one more thing, and that what we have learned, has to do with sex.

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If you are a fan of 'The Maid's Tale', Margaret Atwood presents her novel 'The Wills', the literary continuation

This week one of the most anticipated literary news of the year is published worldwide, both for Margaret Atwood fans, and for fans of one of the most successful HBO series. And it is that The testaments, sequel of the story of the maid, arrives at the Spanish bookstores of the hand of Salamandra to reveal to us what happens in the theocratic republic of Gilead.
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Elena Ferrante announces, after four years, new novel for November (and we have advance)

Mystery has always surrounded Elena Ferrante. His identity has been one of the greatest cultural mysteries of our time and, now that it is known that the translator Anita Raja could hide behind his pseudonym, the unknowns hover over his next novel. After a four-year silence, we have just learned that the next Neapolitan author's novel will go on sale in Italy on November 7.
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Meghan Markle could be writing a children's story with her dogs as protagonists

Meghan Markle is a Renaissance woman, because her thing is a non-stop. Between being a mother, Duchess of Sussex, actress in the past, designer and fashion editor, we would think that the royal already has its agenda to the limit. But she continues to find time to make the most beautiful projects, because it seems that she will soon be able to add the author of children's books to her curriculum.
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The best books of summer 2019 for those who love to read

During the summer, publishers cease their activity and no new books are published until September arrives. That is why the months before the arrival of the holidays, the industry squeezes and public some of the best books of the year. All the books selected below have been published in that period and have been highlighted both by critics and by the most demanding readers.
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19 Books for those who enjoy the dystopian future of Black Mirror and Years and Years

'Black Mirror' and 'Years and Years' are two series that take our breath away. They are dark, raw, relevant, and, above all, make us feel more human, or at least worry more about intrinsically human issues. This is exactly what a good dystopia should get, and for you to enjoy and prepare yourself mentally to face everything that could go wrong, here is a list of dystopian novels for you to have fun suffering now that you have free time.
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Seven writers choose their favorite book to read during the summer and tell us why

What does summer have so much to lose in a good book? Of course, much has to do with having more free time to give a good wiggle to the stack of pending books. Anyway there's something else. The time that seems to stop in that stupor marked by warmth and sweat, the rumor of the waves exerting white background noise, being able to lie down to read outdoors ... However, summer does not last forever and hit with books Chosen is important to make the most of the moment.
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'Call Me by Your Name' and nine other great gay love novels

This Friday, June 28, International LGBTIQ Pride Day is celebrated, the date on which the Stonewall riots in New York in 1969 are commemorated and marked the beginning of the homosexual liberation movement. To celebrate, we wanted to gather some of the most beautiful and suggestive homosexual love novels that have been written throughout history.
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Japan is a trend: the 15 novels to discover and dream about the country of geishas, ​​neons and cherry blossoms

Cutting-edge technology, neons, crazy fashion, anime but also temples, geishas and, of course, sushi. Tons of sushi and noodles. Japan has a special magnetism for the west. Two worlds so similar in some aspects but in others they could be different planets within it. The Far East country fuses the traditional with the futuristic, exuding exoticism on all four sides.
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"The machine that Galliano and McQueen helped to create ate them alive": we talked to Dana Thomas, author of summer couture reading

Alexander McQueen and John Galliano were the mirror of the biggest change experienced by the fashion industry in recent decades. This is, at least, what the American fashion journalist Dana Thomas affirms in her book Gods and Kings (Superflua, 2018). A change of model that, as the author details, transformed the business, taking it to a more commercial and less creative level.
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A prequel to 'The Hunger Games' will hit bookstores in less than a year (and it is rumored that there might be a movie too)

Although it still does not have a title, it does have a publication date and on May 19 next year a prequel to The Hunger Games will arrive at the bookstores. It has been announced by Suzanne Collins, author of the bestselling trilogy, in a statement that has also detailed that the plot will take place 64 years before the events in the first book of her post-apocalyptic dystopia.
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