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Despite the fact I’ve been a major bookworm my entire life, I found myself in a bit of a reading rut as soon as I graduated college. Did I stop reading altogether? Of course not. But once I was done reading a variety of books for my college courses, I realized I was reverting back to the same genre over and over again: thrillers. Now, don’t get me wrong, there is a time and place for a good thriller. Between Paula Hawkins’s Into the Water and An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen, there was no shortage of suspense-filled page-turners I couldn’t put down over the last year. But while any type of reading is surely a good thing, I felt the overwhelming need to broaden my horizons, genre-wise. Enter Book of the Month Club, a company with nearly 100 years of experience – yep, it was founded in 1926! – that caters to readers who are looking for something new. POPSUGAR