Transform your image and your life from the inside in CHANGE YOUR CLOTHES, CHANGE YOUR LIFE from stylist and branding expert George Brescia.
Bill Cosby biographer Mark Whitaker explains the history of Cosby s sometimes tacky, sometimes tasteful sweaters that became a hallmark of Dr. Cliff Huxtable and The Cosby Show.
After a massacre at a Bosnian prison camp, a young girl is found alone, clutching a diary, so traumatized she can t even speak. Twenty years later, the last witness to the prison guards' brutal crimes must hunt down those responsible to learn what...
'Boy Meets World''s Topanga, Danielle Fishel, talks about her new memoir, Normally, This Would be Cause for Concern.
A chilling suspense novel about a teen's fight for survival as she's stalked through the wilderness by a cunning and determined killer.
Simon & Schuster's Editor-in-Chief, Marysue Rucci, reveals the incredible affect that reading We Are Not Ourselves had on her, and the decade long process that author Matthew Thomas went through to write the novel.
Author Jeff Hobbs discusses the life and tragic death of his college roommate Robert Peace.
Journalist Ann Hagedron investigates and exposes America s increasing reliance on private military and security contractors in her book The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security.
Student scientist Wilmer Dooley and his friends and enemies are back with another hilarious mystery to solve in this zany, action-packed sequel to The Contagious Colors of Mumpley Middle School.
Gallery editor Karen Kosztolnyik rings the bell for Lynn Cullen's Mrs. Poe, the fictional story of Edgar Allan Poe s love affair with fledgling poet Frances Osgood.
Andrew D. Kaufman, author of Give War and Peace a chance, has been changed by War and Peace as well as Oh The Places You'll Go!
Simon & Schuster s publisher Jonathan Karp talks about the writing process behind Rick Perlstein s The Invisible Bridge, The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan.
Peter Borland of Atria Books describes his own personal journey to the acquisition of Ruth s Journey by Donald McCaig, the authorized prequel to beloved classic Margaret Mitchell novel, Gone with the Wind.
Dianna Hales, author of Mona Lisa: A Life Discovered, tells us five things about the real, flesh-and-blood woman who became one of the most famous artistic subjects of all time Mona Lisa.
Gallery Books Lauren McKenna in conversation with bestselling author Mary Alice Monroe on the writing process behind The Summer Wind.
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