The first book from Ruth Bader Ginsburg since becoming a Supreme Court Justice in 1993 - a witty, engaging, serious, and playful collection of writings and speeches from the woman who has had a powerful and enduring influence on law, women's rights, and popular culture. My Own Words is a selection of writings and speeches by Justice Ginsburg on wide-ranging topics, including gender equality, the workways of the Supreme Court, being Jewish, law and lawyers in opera, and more.
"A Supreme Court Justice and the Laws around Her"
For 25 years, Michele Rosenthal struggled with her own post-traumatic stress disorder following a horrific illness that almost killed her. Now an award-winning blogger and post-trauma coach, Rosenthal has developed a program that not only helped her make a full recovery but has been helping survivors around the world move beyond their PTSD as well. In this book, she shares the very best tools that have helped so many come through to the other side of trauma.
"michele is awesome"
After being diagnosed in her early forties with metastatic melanoma - a "rapidly fatal" form of cancer - journalist and mother of two Mary Elizabeth Williams finds herself in a race against the clock. She takes a once-in-a-lifetime chance and joins a clinical trial for immunotherapy, a revolutionary drug regimen that trains the body to vanquish malignant cells. Astonishingly, her cancer disappears entirely in just a few weeks. But at the same time, her best friend embarks on a cancer journey of her own - with very different results.
"Great writing & great heart"
Werewolves and werebears are mortal enemies. Alex, a wolf shifter, knows this; but when he sees a werebear wounded and about to be caught by poachers, he can't just sit back and let it happen. After a daring rescue, he's left with an injured bear shifter and a newfound responsibility to get them to safety. Shifting into human form, the bear just so happens to be a beautiful and curvy woman, and one that Alex is instantly darwn to.
"AWESOME bwwm romeo/juliet paranormal story!! YEA!"
Garrett Landis is Hollywood's golden boy. If he wants to make a movie, it gets made. If he wants a woman, he only has to snap his fingers. The moment he meets Jade Marlow he knows she's different. She's the first woman to get under his skin. The first woman he can't have. Jade Marlow is desperate to leave behind her tragic past. Her ex-husband wants her dead. Her father is her worst enemy. Jade wants Garrett, but she refuses to drag him into her mess of a life. The attraction is undeniable.
Welcome to the NFL. The Seattle Knights have the hottest players in the game. On and off the field. Logan Price is getting a second chance. Claire Thornton is going to make sure it counts. Logan Price was living his dream. After years of hard work he finally made it. Starting running back for the Knights. After only a few games, he was a fan favorite. There were whispers of a rookie of the year award. It all ended with a devastating injury to his leg that sent him back to Oklahoma. A failed attempt at a comeback sent him into a deep depression.
Rose O'Brian wants to spice up her love life, and Jack Winston seems like the answer. Sexy, funny, and with a killer smile, Jack is every woman's fantasy. All she wants is one night of passion, nothing more. But Jack has a secret that stops him from taking her up on her offer, stops him from having the one thing he wants more than his next breath - beautiful Rose O'Brian. Rose has her own secrets.
"Jack and roses story"
"How Free Electricity Helped Dig $9 Billion Hole in Puerto Rico" is from the Business section of The New York Times. It was written by Mary Williams Walsh and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
Lila spends her life walking a straight line. No swerves. No excitement. Her future seems mapped out. A very boring future - one where her secret dreams will never see the light of day. Then one snow-filled day, she meets a man who will shake up her routine, capture her heart, and help make all her dreams come true.
Drew wanted to break free from his family's wealth and influence; he wanted to make it on his own. Tyler was an artist. People in her hometown laughed at the idea of a girl with her background making anything of herself. Together they planned on conquering the world.
Dani Wilde had already met the love of her life and lost him. Two weeks of passion and romance five years ago. Then he had walked away. Dani thought she had moved on. She dated, enjoyed the company of other men, even thought that she was keeping her heart open to the possibility of another love. But when Alex Fleming rode his motorcycle into Harper Falls, she knew she had been kidding herself. Her heart was still his.
Drop those pounds in a few days, get fit, and become healthier, with a complete guide on how to lose pounds. Don't get caught up in the latest diet fad. Use practical methods on eating the right way, the best exercise, and a whole range of helpful tips that will guide you on your diet and weight loss journey.
"Two Sets of Books: A Sour Surprise for Public Pensions" is from the September 18, 2016, Business section of The New York Times. It was written by Mary Williams Walsh and narrated by Fleet Cooper.
"$1.6 Million Bill Tests Tiny Town and 'Bulletproof' Public Pensions" is from the October 09, 2016 Business section of The New York Times. It was written by Mary Williams Walsh and narrated by Kristi Burns.
"California Aims Retirement Plan at Those Whose Jobs Offer None" is from the August 25, 2016 Business section of The New York Times. It was written by Mary Williams Walsh and narrated by Kristi Burns.
"White House Compromises on House Bill for Puerto Rico Debt Crisis" is from the May 19, 2016 US section of The New York Times. It was written by Mary Williams Walsh and narrated by Kristi Burns.
"Plan to Rescue Puerto Rico Advances, Led by House Republicans" is from the March 24, 2016, U.S section of The New York Times. It was written by Mary Williams Walsh and narrated by Kristi Burns.
"Puerto Rico Fights for Chapter 9 Bankruptcy in Supreme Court" is from the March 22, 2016, World section of The New York Times. It was written by Mary Williams Walsh and narrated by Kristi Burns.
When Olwen March comes to Llangarrack, it is as an unwilling bride. The brooding, darkly handsome Owain Geraint is a stranger, the marriage arranged, and Olwen, loved by another man, feels trapped amidst the lonely beauty of the Black Mountains. Owain, Master of Llangarrack, is a man obsessed by the desire to regain his family's fame and fortune - and by a deep, dark mystery that will plague Olwen's life unless she can solve it.