The Effortless Sleep Method is the approach insomniacs all over the world have been waiting for. This hugely effective method offers a simple and permanent solution for long-term and new insomniacs alike.
"Someone has finally "cracked" insomnia..."
Renegade thinkers are crashing the gates of a venerable American institution, shoving aside its so-called wise men and replacing them with a radical new data-driven order. We’ve seen it in sports, and now in The Victory Lab, journalist Sasha Issenberg tells the hidden story of the analytical revolution upending the way political campaigns are run in the 21st century.
"Several unsubstantiated claims"
Catherine, a film student whose sexuality has been recently stirred, finds herself drawn into a secret club where the world's most powerful people meet to explore their deepest, often darkest sexual fantasies. But even as these new experiences open intense new pleasures for Catherine, they also threaten everything she holds dear.
"A little weird"
[Contains explicit content] This is Mortified: adults sharing their most embarrassing childhood artifacts with others, unembellished, with nothing but god given awkwardness. This episode features two stories of summer camp: one about wanting nothing more than to go home and the other about summer loving in its nascent form. Mortified is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX.
Sasha Martin set herself a rather ambitious goal: to cook - and eat - her way around the world, with 196 recipes from196 countries in 196 weeks. Enter Global Table Adventure, a project that proves to be more than just a culinary challenge as Sasha attempts to navigate the vicissitudes of marriage, motherhood, and life's failures and successes, all inextricably linked to her troubled past.
"Excellent Book Club Pick!"
Several years have passed since Catherine's time in The Juliette Society, and her life with her fiancé Jack has become predictable and boring, especially in the bedroom. Now working as a journalist, she struggles to find inspiration in her work or at home - until a routine story about the death of a publicly beloved model, Inana Luna, quickly becomes Catherine's obsession. Inana's experiences reflect Catherine's own blossoming sexuality and independence, and the story takes Catherine down a road with too many familiar facets.
The House of Twenty Thousand Books is the story of Chimen Abramsky, an extraordinary polymath and bibliophile who amassed a vast collection of socialist literature and Jewish history. For more than 50 years, Chimen and his wife, Miriam, hosted epic gatherings in their house of books that brought together many of the age's greatest thinkers.
Certainly, all the writing in The New Yorker is memorable, and this collection is no exception. The authors include such best sellers as Malcolm Gladwell, Seymour Hersh, and Jonathan Franzen - and the subjects range from the lives of short-order cooks to the secrets of college admissions.
"A random collection?"
Author Sasha Campbell has been shaking up the literary scene with her provocative tales of personal relationships. In Consequences, Trinette Montgomery is accustomed to her wealthy husband forgiving her affairs -- so she doesn’t hesitate to pursue her married boss when he tickles her fancy. But when things go wrong, she pays a visit to her friend Nikki Truth, who is having marital problems of her own. As things come to a head, Trinette and Nikki must band together to save both their families -- and their futures.
Odesskiy yumor - yavlenie unikalnoe. Eto osobyiy zhanr - blestyaschee ostroumie, aforistichnost i estestvennost, nepodrazhaemyiy stil i samobyitnyiy yazyik, zhivaya intonatsiya i udivitelnaya legkost vyirazheniya.V sbornike predstavlenyi rasskazyi, feletonyi, parodii, zarisovki, tak ili inache svyazannyie s Odessoy.
All leaders face defining moments, crises that reveal their true character. Here, Sasha and his father, David, expand on Sasha's defining moment, recounted on The Moth podcast as "An Impossible Choice." Working in the violence-torn Congo, he was charged with evacuating a specific group of refugees. Then he and his colleague discovered a group of widows and orphans not on the rescue list. Leaving them behind would mean their deaths. Attempting to take them would jeopardize the entire mission.
A detective who refuses to modify her body teams up with her cyborg rival to track down a burglar who is putting toys into homes. A solitary ice miner finds love and friendship while stranded on the surface of Galileo. And two hardheaded negotiators put their differences aside to evade an assassin and save their planets. Enjoy these visions of Christmases yet to come with three science-fiction novellas from Carina Press.
Sasha Campbell’s sizzling debut follows Nikki Truth, a radio talk show host who has no trouble dishing out relationship advice on the air, yet can’t seem to follow that advice in her own life. With Nikki’s marriage on the rocks and her husband overseas, her best friend Trinette urges her to seek happiness elsewhere. But once Nikki realizes she’s not ready to move on, she may have already lost her husband for good.
There are only a couple of stories in this book that could be classed as taboo, but all the stories have one thing in common. They have group scenes, a popular and very erotic genre/fantasy among the many listeners out there. Check out the sample to see what's to offer.
"This book got it all"
As far as inventor Samantha O'Connel is concerned, work is better than food, a social life - even sex. Of course, all it takes is a single phone call from Matt Wilkinson - the ridiculously hot object of her girlhood fantasies - for Sam to discover even she has some naughty needs that won't be ignored. Sam's biggest challenge is that while Matt is just as much a workaholic as she is, he's also a wealthy, sexy bachelor who can have any woman he wants.
In this first half of a course on American presidential elections, Dr. Sasha Gong, a Peking University and Harvard-educated scholar, gives a historical account of the electoral system, the expansion of the voting population, and party primary campaigns. She pays special attention to the woman's suffrage and the civil rights movements, and evaluates the pros and cons of the electoral college system.
Chinese speakers may enjoy this audio lecture series, which provides, in Mandarin Chinese, an overview of U.S. history, economy, politics, and society with the goal of helping listeners improve their understanding of America and Americans. In this course, Dr. Sasha Gong, a Peking University and Harvard-educated scholar, gives a historical account of the American class structure and labor relations.
Nad chem smeyalis' v Rossii v pervye desyatiletiya XX veka? Kak i seychas - nad soboy. Ta zhe strana, te zhe lyudi. Ili vsyo-taki chto-to izmenilos'? Poslushayte sbornik luchshih proizvedeniy iz zolotogo fonda otechestvennogo yumora pervoy poloviny XX veka - i otvet stanet ochevidnym. Fel'etonami i satiricheskimi rasskazami Tehffi, Arkadiya Averchenko zachityvalis' i Nikolay II, i V.I. Lenin - nastol'ko ostroumno, legko, yarko i uvlekatel'no pisali satiriki o nasushchnyh problemah prostogo cheloveka i vsego russkogo obshchestva.
Chinese speakers may enjoy this audio lecture series, which provides, in Mandarin Chinese, an overview of American entrepreneurship with the goal of helping listeners improve their understanding of America and Americans. In this course, Dr. Sasha Gong, a Peking University and Harvard-educated scholar, gives a historical account of American entrepreneurship.
In Suspicions, author Sasha Campbell pens a provocative tale about the trouble that can arise when a person ignores the past for too long. Because Noelle Gordon owns the hottest beauty salon in the area, she hears a lot about her clients’ private lives. But when a baby is abandoned on her doorstep, Noelle finds that she is the one at the center of all the drama.
"A Comical Read"