Divergent Mind is a must read for women that struggle with different sensory-processing experiences.
Lady Chatterley's Lover
Originally published in Italy in 1928, and unavailable in Britain until 1960, when it was the subject of an infamous obscenity trial, Lady Chatterley’s Lover is now regarded as one of the pivotal novels of the twentieth century.
Penguin Random House's Deal to Buy Simon & Schuster Collapsed
After two years of regulatory scrutiny, publishing industry rumours, a lengthy legal dispute, and hundreds of millions of dollars in costs, Penguin Random House's acquisition of Simon & Schuster came to an end.
Marc Andreesen's Reading List
Marc Andreessen is an American entrepreneur, investor, and software engineer. He is the co-author of Mosaic, the first widely used web browser and co-founder of Netscape. He is also the general partner of Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, co-founded with Ben Horowitz.
Almond by Sohn Won-pyung
What makes a monster? Can humans be monsters? Are monsters simply products of their environments, or are they innately horrible?
12 of the Best Fall Nonfiction Books of 2022
These must-read books take readers on a whirlwind tour of everything from Mexican deserts to Hollywood red carpets to Pakistani cuisine.
8 Books About The Senses
Eight works are listed below that demystify human senses and open readers' eyes to fresh perspectives.
The Best Gifts for Bookworms 2022
Looking for something to buy a reader you know? Here is the best list of products for bookworms that aren't just books.
You Got Anything Stronger?
You Got Anything Stronger? is the follow-up to Gabrielle Union’s bestselling 2017 debut essay collection, We’re Going to Need More Wine: Stories that are Funny, Complicated and True.
Fat Girl: A True Story
Fat Girl by Judith Moore is a coming of age story suited for any woman that has struggled with a love and hate relationship with food.
Starry Messenger: Cosmic Perspectives on Civilization
Though I felt sure the words of an esteemed astrophysicist heralded as one of the greatest scientists of our time would go right over my head, I was wrong.
10 Best Colleen Hoover Books of All Time
10 Best Colleen Hoover Books of All Time ranked by appearance in major articles.
The Price of Salt (Carol)
The Price of Salt, still astonishes the reader with the subtle impact of love at first sight, a love that cannot be forgotten, even when all the laws of society seem stacked against it.
It is obvious that our social climate has changed a great deal in the last twenty-five years, so if we want to properly appreciate both Tom Perrotta novels in their respective times, some reflection on Election is in order.
The Women Could Fly
The Women Could Fly, a 2022 novel, is timely and sharp-tongued in its not-so-subtle intersectional commentary about gender discrimination, women’s rights, autonomy, and other progressive issues.
Lost in Beirut
Set in 2006, just months before the war between Lebanon and Israel came to a violent end, Ashe and Magdalena beautifully detail their journey from the United States to bring popularity to an amazing city, Beirut.
Finding Me: A Memoir
Finding Me is Viola Davis's raw, poignant life story, and she packed this book with defining moments until it was brimming with that which eludes most of us: how to unapologetically be yourself.
Thanks for Waiting: The Joy (and Weirdness) of Being a Late Bloomer
In this memoir, Doree Shafrir details her own, unique, and winding path toward a fulfilling life.
Author Sally Rooney transcribes each thought, emotion, and impulse carefully, allowing readers to truly understand and relate to these vulnerable characters’ respective loneliness and closeness.
In Five Years
Few books have startled me with the power of my own emotions. In Five Years is one that certainly accomplished this.
The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano
As a slave who bought his freedom, Equiano seemed bent toward achieving success.
5 Books To Improve Your Focus
When was the last time something or someone had your full attention? In today’s world, those moments of pure being are becoming increasingly rare.
Bomb Shelter: Love, Time and Other Explosives
In these essays, Mary Laura Philpott writes beautifully of all the things that make us human.
Colleen Hoover’s books have remained on The New York Times Best Seller lists for months, continuing to dominate the world of fiction with their addictive and, at times, horrifying storylines.
I'm Glad My Mom Died
I’m Glad My Mom Died is the deeply moving life story of McCurdy’s struggles to endure mistreatment and even abuse throughout her childhood and into adolescence
The It Girl
The recent rise of true crime engagement on social media and streaming services has lent itself to sensationalism and melodrama. Ware’s awareness of these issues bleeds into The It Girl.
Find Your People
Meaningful relationships are hard to come by. Jennie Allen teaches us how to identify crucial facets of deep connection.
Perhaps one of the most jarring and intensely introspective memoirs released in the past five years.
A Court of Thorns and Roses
Full of stunning visuals, thrilling adventure, heart-wrenching tragedy, courageous sacrifice, and passionate entanglements.
How To Read a Book: Proven Reading Habits
What are the best ways to read a book? Proven ways to improve your reading habits and remember what you read.
High Output Management by Andy Grove
A summary and review of Andy Grove's book, High Output Management.
7 Powers: The Foundations of Business Strategy by Hamilton Helmer
A summary and review of Hamilton Helmer's book, 7 Powers.
15 Essential UX/UI Design Books to Read in 2022
Growth cycles in UX design can be hard to keep up with. These are our essential books designers should be reading to stay ahead.
I would continuously search for new ideas. I read every book and magazine I could. Heck, 3 bucks for a magazine, 20 bucks for a book. One good idea that led to a customer or solution and it paid for itself many times over.