Monthly Archives: August 2011
I am Cute Dresses
Here is my news, Daily Pretzel readers. This is my last post on the DP, and my last week at Perseus. I can’t imagine a better publishing company to work for (truly), so I won’t be flying the coop for … Continue reading
Learn to Speak…
Have you ever wanted to be a rock star? Stand under those blinding lights, looking out into an audience full of screaming fans, play a chord on your guitar and sing beautifully written lyrics into the microphone? I’ve had that … Continue reading
Identity shapes us, unites and divides us…..
Who Are We? And Should It Matter in the Twenty-First Century? “We are more alike than we are unalike. But the way we are unalike matters. To be male in Saudi Arabia, Jewish in Israel or white in … Continue reading
The Freshman 15
When I was a freshman in college, I lived in a dorm room, like most other college kids. My roommate and I had a small room, a small microwave, a small fridge, and two fish named Hootie and Garcia. The … Continue reading
The confessions of a senior CIA operative who ran the interrogation of one of the highest profile Al Qa’ida captures in the last decade. Carle’s journey is a tale of international intrigue, deceit and betrayal—it is also an extraordinary and … Continue reading
I married you for…..
I asked one of my favorite reps and in-house reviewer Cindy if she’d like to share her thoughts on any fall titles. She sent me this great note about Lily Tucks’ I Married You for Happiness– publishing in August …. I finished this … Continue reading