"Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person" is from the May 29, 2016 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Alain De Botton and narrated by Kristi Burns.
The Lean Startup offers a set of tools and methodologies for entrepreneurs both in startups and established corporations to better achieve success. Since the vast majority of startups fail, understanding how to build a better company saves society's most precious commodities: ideas, time, and the skills of its people. The lean startup movement sets out to prevent future failures....
When San Francisco Homicide Inspector Rebecca Mayfield arrives at the scene of a deadly shooting, she's shocked to find that the witnesses have caught the killer, and that he's someone she knows. Rebecca's a by-the-book detective, and she's always done her job according to the rules, without hesitation, until Richie Amalfi comes back into her life.
"Good story with rushed narration"
Strong Looks Better Naked is a hybrid memoir-lifestyle book in which reality TV star Khloé Kardashian shares hard-won and heartfelt lessons about taking care of her body, mind, and heart. She shares tips about healthy living, including recipes, her favorite forms of exercise, her musical playlists, and the daily routine that keeps her grounded even as she manages the pressures of continually being in the media glare.
"not much for purchasing"
Lilac Girls, Martha Hall Kelly's debut, is a World War II-era novel based on real people and events. The novel tells the intertwined stories of three women: Caroline Ferriday, a New York socialite and philanthropist; Kasia Kuzmerick, a Polish prisoner at the Ravensbrück concentration camp for women; and Herta Oberheuser, a Nazi doctor at Ravensbrück.
"The Problem with Protecting Grizzly Bears" is from the May 08, 2016 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Steven Rinella and narrated by Kristi Burns.
By listening to this book, you will learn everything you need to know about adrenal reset. You'll understand adrenal fatigue, its symptoms, the food to avoid, and the right exercises to do, and you'll learn meditation techniques.
"Don't expect anything but recipes"
"Panama Canal's Troubled Bet on Its Future" is from the June 22, 2016 US section of The New York Times. It was written by Walt Bogdanich, Jacqueline Williams and Ana Graciela Méndez and narrated by Kristi Burns.
The costumed characters at George Washington’s gracious estate here are used to handling all manner of awkward queries, whether about 18th-century privies or the first president’s teeth. So when a visitor recently asked an African-American re-enactor in a full skirt and head scarf if she knew Ona Judge, the woman didn’t miss a beat.
"In Search of the Slave Who Defied George Washington" is from the February 06, 2017 U.S. section of The New York Times. It was written by Jennifer Schuessler and narrated by Kristi Burns.
Please note: This is summary and analysis of the book and not the original book. Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi is a novel in stories about the Atlantic slave trade and its aftermath. The novel begins with the stories of two African half-sisters of the Fante and Asante tribes: Effia and Esi. Effia is born in the late 18th century in Fanteland on Africa's Gold Coast, on the night of a devastating fire near her father's compound. Her adoptive mother, Baaba, immediately resents her, because Effia is the daughter of her father Cobbe's house girl.
"Informative Aid to Understanding the Book"
How far would you go to get what you wanted? That's the question author Catherine McKenzie addresses in Spin - a delectable debut novel that takes listeners into the connected worlds of pop culture, tabloid journalism, and celebrity rehab. The story of a newbie undercover gossip reporter who follows a troubled starlet into a rehab clinic intending to dig up all the dirt she possibly can, Spin is smart, hip, utterly engaging contemporary fiction in the vein of Jennifer Weiner and Emily Giffin.
"J.K. Rowling Says 'Fantastic Beasts' Grew out of World Events" is from the November 10, 2016 Arts section of The New York Times. It was written by Andrew R. Chow and narrated by Kristi Burns.
The smart, funny, and provocative story of a woman who returns home after being stranded for months in Africa by an earthquake, only to find that everyone in her life believed she was dead and moved on, Forgotten is captivating and thought-provoking contemporary women's fiction from the author of Arranged and Spin - a fresh and witty tale that will not be soon forgotten.
"Chick-lit at its Best."
"Artificial Intelligence Software Is Booming. But Why Now?" is from the September 18, 2016 Technology section of The New York Times. It was written by Quentin Hardy and narrated by Kristi Burns.
From licking a Monet in Paris, to pushing an abusive macho honeymooner off his sailboat in the shark-infested Galapagos, to saving her toddler son from a charging bull elephant in Africa, these 14 delightful, award-winning true tales will inspire listeners to follow the call of a wild life and leave home with their doors unlocked.
In 2011 author Laura Roberts wrote an entire book in just 72 hours as part of the 3-Day Novel Contest. Upon completing the challenge successfully, she knew she'd found a great new way to write books quickly and wanted to share her secrets with the world. In this audiobook you'll learn how to write an entire book, from start to finish, in just three days, and more.
"more rant than advice"
This book is all you will ever need if you want to learn about and eventually conquer Leptin resistance. It is informative, easy to follow, and gives in-depth information about the condition itself and the various means by which it can be controlled. This book also features many recipes that can be copied or altered to produce delicious meals that will help you regain your Leptin sensitivity and tickle your taste buds, too.
"The Evangelicalism of Old White Men Is Dead" is from the November 29, 2016 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne and narrated by Kristi Burns.
Cannibalism, it turns out, occurs in hundreds of species, perhaps thousands.
"In Many Species, a Family Dinner Means Something Else" is from the January 30, 2017 Science section of The New York Times. It was written by Bill Schutt and narrated by Kristi Burns.
"Trump Is a Great Storyteller. We Need to Be Better." is from the December 11, 2016 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Viet Thanh Nguyen and narrated by Kristi Burns.