The revolutionary geniuses and #1 New York Times bestselling authors behind the Freakonomics phenomenon unveil essential tools that will allow you to—“think like a freak”—to see the world more unconventionally, and ultimately, more clearly.
Inventive, provocative, and unlike anything Francine Prose has done before, LOVERS AT THE CHAMELEON CLUB, PARIS 1932 is a career defining novel from the writer whom Michael Cunningham calls “not only significant but capable of writing brilliantly about pretty much anything.”
Huffington is the chair, president, and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group, a nationally syndicated columnist, and author of fourteen books. Her new book “THRIVE: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder” is a call to arms to redefine how we measure success both in our work and our personal lives.
In her first novel since 2009′s “Saving Fish from Drowning,” Tan again explores the complex relationships between mothers and daughters, control and submission, tradition and new beginnings. Jumping from bustling Shanghai to an isolated village in rural China to San Francisco at the turn of the 19th century, the epic story follows three generations of women pulled apart by outside forces.
Dave Barry is the author of more than 30 books, including: I’ll Mature When I’m Dead, Dave Barry’s Money Secrets, Dave Barry Turns 50, and Dave Barry’s Guide to Guys, as well as the novels Insane City, Tricky Business, Big Trouble, Lunatics (with Alan Zweibel), and his Peter Pan prequels (with Ridley Pearson).
Saget played the sweetly neurotic father on “Full House,” and as the charming wisecracking host of “America’s Funniest Home Videos.” And then there are the legions of fans who can’t get enough of his scatological, out-of-his-mind stand-up routines, comedy specials, and outrageously profane performances in such shows as HBO’s Entourage and the hit documentary The Aristocrats.
Michael Lewis’ upcoming book “Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt” offers a ringside seat to the ways of Wall Street. His past works on the financial industry are game-changing examinations of the most important financial issues of our time. Come hear him reveal what he’s been investigating with Malcolm Gladwell.
Biz Stone became an Internet entrepreneur in 1999. He went on to work for Google where he helped to create both blogging and podcasting, and then co-founded Twitter. He tells fascinating, pivotal, and personal stories from his early life and his careers at Google and Twitter, sharing his knowledge about the nature and importance of ingenuity today.
Actress and humorist Annabelle Gurwitch is author of “I See You Made an Effort, a collection of wickedly funny essays about the hazards of turning 50, surviving menopause, and falling in lust at the Genius bar — the ultimate coming-of middle-age story! Is 50 the new 40 or is 50 still 50?
Misty Copeland’s memoir, “Life in Motion,” is a story of passion and grace for anyone who has dared to dream of a different life. She opens a window into the life of a professional ballerina who lives life center stage: from behind the scenes at her first auditions to her roles in some of the most iconic ballets; and the desire and drive that made her dreams reality.