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New Year's megalist: 100 New things to try this year

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2014: Your new year

It's a new year, so why not do some new things? From hobbies to bucket list items, we've got you covered with 100 new ventures to try out in 2014.

10 New books to read

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Fangirl

Rainbow Rowell writes of how friends and sisters deal with the transition from high school life to college. One of the main characters is a devoted fangirl — a popular new term in recent years.

Hatching Twitter

This is the story of Twitter's creation and everything that followed by tech and business columnist Nick Bilton.

Divergent series

The last book of the series, Allegiant, was just released in October, and the movie is set to release in March 2014. There's no better time than the present to get lost in this series by newcomer Veronica Roth.

And the Mountains Echoed

There isn't a list of top books of 2013 that doesn't list Khaled Hosseini's latest novel. A story of love, caring and choices, this novel is sure to rock you emotionally.

Storyteller

Best-selling author Jodi Picoult wins again with this amazing story of a woman and man's strange but bonding connection.

Unbroken

Written in 2010, this nonfiction book is about to turn into a movie in 2014. Written by Laura Hillenbrand, who also churned out the beloved Seabiscuit, Unbroken tells the true story of a prisoner of war.

Gone Girl

Rumored to soon be adapted to film (directed by Reese Witherspoon and starring Ben Affleck), Gone Girl was on the best-seller list in 2012. A suspenseful novel that will have you turning in your seat, this is a page turner worth picking up by Gillian Flynn.

Small Move, Big Change

A self-help book penned by Caroline Arnold, this nonfiction item is geared to assist you in setting a goal and really sticking with it by targeting your behaviors.

I Am Malala

This is the real-life story of Malala Yousafzai, who was shot point blank at the tender age of 15 when standing up for educational rights in Pakistan. Malala tells her tale of survival, co-written by Christina Lamb.

Hyperbole and a Half

Allie Brosh brings her blog to life in this hilarious dark comedy.

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