The Man's Guide to Women offers the science-based answers to the question: What do women really want in men? The book explains the hallmarks of manhood that most women find attractive and helps men hone those skills to be the men women desire.
"Great advice from the Love Lab again"
This outstanding collection of short stories features some of the best of Tor.com original fiction, in audio for the first time. Written for and originally published exclusively on Tor.com, this audiobook includes Nebula and World Fantasy Award-nominated short stories, brand-new fiction from best-selling authors, and tales that feature characters and worlds that listeners already know and love. In this unique story collection, listeners will enjoy fiction from Sylvia Day, John Scalzi, Brandon Sanderson, and many others.
"SooOOoo.. . much fun"
For Kate Green, nothing was as important as the happiness and well-being of her two little boys, Reef and Finn, and her loving husband, St. John, known as "Singe". They had a wonderfully happy family life in Somerset, England. But then tragedy struck - Kate was diagnosed with breast cancer that couldn't be cured. During her last few days, Kate created what she called Mum's List. With Singe's help she wrote down her thoughts, dreams, and wishes, trying to help the man she loved create the best life for their sons after she was gone.
The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books began in 1996 with a simple goal: to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. The festival was an immediate success and has become the largest and most prestigious book festival in the country, attracting more than 130,000 book lovers each year.
Sara is a second year student at a tiny junior college in Thatcher Arizona. The summer was a disaster, and all she wants is to be back with her close-knit roommates and blend into the background. She doesn't want to get married. She doesn't even want to date again for awhile. Little does she know that the small glitch in her plan will come in the form of Matt Constanello, the persistent guy living across the street who just might make her change her mind.
"Sweet version of college life"
"Conflicting Interests", by George Packer; "Comeback", by Lizzie Widdicombe; "The Beach Builders", by John Seabrook; "A Raised Hand", by Rachel Louise Snyder; "Sins of the Father", by James Wood; and "Grim Tidings", by Anthony Lane.
"Freddie Gray Case: Jury Deliberation Begins in Case against Baltimore Officer Accused of Involuntary Manslaughter" is from the Top Stories section of The Washington Post. It was written by Lynh Bui, Julie Zauzmer, Rachel Weiner, John Woodrow Cox and narrated by Sam Scholl.
In an increasingly urban world, how can we maintain our relationship with nature? Dr. W. John Kress describes a few tools that can serve as windows into the natural world, at Smithsonian Magazine's The Future Is Here Festival in Washington, DC.
"The Syrian Problem", by Steve Coll; “Strauss-Kahnikov”, by Philip Gourevitch; "Strange Fruit", by John Colapinto; "God Knows Where I Am", by Rachel Aviv; "Resistant", by Michael Specter; and "Time Trip", by Anthony Lane.