After the mega publishing months of September and October, I feel like November should give us a break, but that’s just not going to happen
Our favorite female 2016 presidential candidate is back with a new book perfect for recent graduates and young career men and women trying to find the right way forward.
I discovered Queer Eye, and ultimately fell in love with it, in the strangest way
It’s a new year and maybe a new you, or a new version of you, or you’re just trying to make some changes. We all do it, even if we don’t realize it.
Now, the new year is upon us and we’re making resolutions that will make us better, happier, healthier, people, so why not learn from Rubin?
I don’t always benefit from them, but I’m always fascinated by self-help and motivational books, and Jen Sincero is the new queen of that genre.
Have you ever noticed that everywhere you look no one is looking at you? Instead, they’re staring at those little devices in their hands
Thanks for the giveaway! I’m so excited. Can I do a pre-order of Wundsmith, the new Morrigan Crow book? My address is Aryssa Damron 236 Massachusetts Avenue NE Mailbox 23 Washington, DC 20002.
In her first book, Kelley Paul, shows the world the importance of female friendship, female empowerment, and puts into print the stories and feelings we’ve all experienced through our lives
Stunt-memoirs are all the rage, and AJ Jacobs is their king. Live a year without wearing mixed cottons? Sure! Spend a year on a crazy diet? Why Not!
In Pretty Powerful, Eboni Williams shows she’s an absolute specialist at addressing how appearance affects women’s lives and career
Writing is scary, and it’s overwhelming, but the good thing is that people have done it before and the ones who are really good at it are willing to share their secrets.