“Gretchen and her February Media team are just all kinds of awesome—smart, kind, funny, ultra-connected, and tenacious as all get out. The thing to do here, I guess, is to list the outlets that covered or reviewed or excerpted my book—New York Times, Studio 360, Esquire, L.A. Times, The Atlantic, Pitchfork, I could go on. But beyond all that, what impressed me each day was their endless creativity and determination not just to get everything done but to get everything done right, regardless of what it takes. Also—and most importantly--they are just lovely human beings. The last goddamn thing I want to do right now is to spend another couple of years writing a book, but it would be almost worth it if I could work with Gretchen et al again.”
- Jon Fine
Renowned cultural scholar and Boston University professor Susan L. Mizruchi explores the Brando that was not visible to the world in order to better understand the one that was—a Brando that was independent of the public persona and often at odds with it. This extraordinary biography will help to explain what has until now seemed contradictory, confusing, or accidental in the life and work of one of our greatest actors.
The follow up to the New York Times bestseller Stories from Candyland has even better stories to tell—about Candy Spelling’s notorious rift and reconciliation with her daughter, Tori, her misadventures in dating and sex, and her new life as a producer, writer, and businesswoman.
Wellness expert Kathy Freston lets readers in on her secret: losing weight doesn’t have to be difficult, and it can last. With this book she shares the powerful concept of The Lean--a radically effective approach to positive change--with a practical 30-day plan to transform your health and jump-start weight loss in the most gentle, easy, and automatic way possible.
There comes a time in every woman’s life when she realizes that the dreams she had as a girl are growing farther away in the rearview mirror. What can you do to make those childhood ambitions a reality? The FabYOUList invites you along on every madcap escapade as Susan ventures outside her comfort zone and into the adventure of her life, ultimately coming face-to-face with what she discovers has been her biggest obstacle all along—herself.
Lucia Greenhouse’s heartbreaking memoir perfectly captures the complex morality of a family cleaved by a demanding and rigid belief system. If you've ever been curious about growing up in a Christian Science household, this poignant memoir will touch your heart and soul.