The truth is that we're living in an era where anyone, of any age, can view all the naked tushies they want, whenever they want, online.
Helping teens has been a longtime passion of Fonda's, and learning about their needs, problems and questions compelled her to write her comprehensive new book, for which she consulted with a variety of additional resources and experts.
We don't want anyone to call our baby ugly, right?
For me, writing, art, and music are sanctuary. It is the place I go to ask the questions. There are not always answers, but there is comfort and growth in re-shaping experience into the archive of language, where I can ponder and examine it.
If I had to describe The Moon Sisters in one word, it would be "beautiful." A heart-warming story about life, love, loss and family.
In our modern world, language still reigns supreme. Every aspect of our existence is dependent on the ability to think and speak using a conceptual ruled-based linguistic code.
It's totally scary to step out of your comfort zone just to blog about your life story. But think about this: There's a whole tribe of people who need and want to read your message.
For the past several years, I have been collecting pictures of simians from the last few centuries, to show the rapid and dramatic changes that they have undergone.
People with mental illness have too few examples of those who have recovered and built a life with community, relationships, purpose and pride. They, and their families, need to know about others who have recovered, with illness, and built successful and meaningful lives.
How can one person love a book (or film) and the next detest it? A book may also resonate at one time but not at another. What did I see in Catcher in the Rye when I was 16? Not much. But at 40, I thought it was delightful.
The editors of Legacies of the War on Poverty focus their attention almost entirely on selected individual programs. They fail to examine the long-term, more intangible impacts of the War on Poverty that do not lend themselves to statistical analysis.
There is a confidence to Coben's writing that carries the reader along on this literary journey. He knows his subject matter; he knows his characters; he knows his plot. He is supremely confident in all he puts down on paper and this confidence enhances the reader's pleasure.
Saying no frees you up to say yes when it matters most. But the rest of the time, how do you say no without burning bridges and jeopardizing your reputation?
As a writer who has abandoned journalism for fiction, I was pleased to read how Jean Hanff Korelitz -- a therapist's daughter -- came to write a savvy psychological thriller.
by Helen Oyeyemi
Published on March 6th, 2014
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Published on February 25th, 2014
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Published on February 3rd, 2014
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Published on February 5th, 2014