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Highlights From An Evening With Juliet Macur

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Last night, we relaunched the Scribd Author Series with a fireside-style Q&A with Cycle of Lies author Juliet Macur at The
Box SF. Juliet’s talk was both edifying and entertaining. We learned so much about cycling, doping, Lance Armstrong, and sports fame in America. If you weren’t able to make the event, don’t worry — we’ve rounded up some of our favorite moments below.

Highlights From An Evening With Juliet Macur was originally published on The Scribd Blog

We Are Young: Summer YA Reading

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Whether you’re a young adult, or simply young-at-heart, nothing makes for a better summer read than a Young Adult novel. It’s easy to become obsessed, and who hasn’t been guilty of binge reading a good YA series over a long weekend?

We have thousands of Young Adult titles on Scribd – enough to keep you reading all summer! From Stephen Chbosky’s all-too-relatable high school setting to Lauren Oliver’s anti-love dystopia, these books are your ticket to the perfect summer escape. Check out what our team members had to say about these YA favorites.

We Are Young: Summer YA Reading was originally published on The Scribd Blog

6 Reasons the Delirium Pilot Will Leave You Wanting More

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On June 20th, a pilot based on Lauren Oliver’s bestselling book, Deliriumbegan its month-long run on Hulu. The episode has already captured the hearts of fans young and old, but for us it was just a tease. Here are 6 reasons the Delirium pilot will leave you wanting more.

1. Emma Roberts is awesome

It’s not that we weren’t expecting her to be awesome — but perhaps we didn’t expect to love Emma Roberts this much as Lena Haloway. Sure, this little starlet might not be exactly what you were envisioning during the first few chapters of Delirium, but that doesn’t mean we don’t buy her performance.

6 Reasons the Delirium Pilot Will Leave You Wanting More was originally published on The Scribd Blog

Scribd + Connu: a Literary Match Made In Heaven

Today, we have an exciting new partnership to announce. We’ve teamed up with Connu, the literary app & website dreamed up by editorial mavens Susannah Luthi and Niree Noel. The two collaborated on the Southern California Review, and jointly lamented the difficulty in discovering new talent in a world over-saturated with digital content where the…

Scribd + Connu: a Literary Match Made In Heaven was originally published on The Scribd Blog

In honor of what would’ve been Martin Luther King, Jr’s 84th birthday and to celebrate his legacy and commitment to equal rights for all.

Outlook: widespread drought with a chance of national disaster.