Who better to write a very humorous manual about evolving modern relationships than two CollegeHumor veterans and viral-video stars who happen to be a real-life husband-and-wife team.
In an enthralling new feat of historical suspense, Ariel Lawhon unravels the extraordinary twists and turns in Anna Anderson's 50-year battle to be recognized as Anastasia Romanov.
Two years ago, Tom and Caroline Johnson committed suicide, one seemingly unable to live without the other.
Anya Yurchyshyn grew up in a narrow townhouse in Boston, every corner filled with the souvenirs of her parents’ adventurous international travels.
These days it’s hard to count on the world outside. So
it’s vital to grow strengths inside like grit, gratitude, and
compassion—the key to resilience, and to lasting well-being
in a changing world.
True resilience is much more than enduring terrible conditions.
When Elinor Tomlinson moved to New York with a degree in journalism she had visions of writing witty opinion pieces, marrying her journalist boyfriend, and attending glamorous parties with famously perverted writers.
Lyme disease is one of the fastest growing infectious diseases in the United States, and millions of people worldwide suffer from its shape-shifting symptoms.
As much about the life of the city as it is about a life lived, sometimes, in the city, John Banville's "quasi-memoir" is as layered, emotionally rich, witty, and unexpected as any of his novels.
Newly famous actor Charlie Outlaw said too much in an interview, and now his fans have turned on him, and his girlfriend, actress Josie Lamar, has left him.
Terrifying, thoroughly original and hauntingly written, A Guide for Murdered Children is a psychological thriller--and otherworldly surprise.
Ordinary realities and yearnings to transcend them lead to miraculous other worlds in this dazzling collection of stories.
Meister Eckhart was a medieval Christian mystic whose wisdom powerfully appeals to seekers seven centuries after his death.