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Fail Proof: Become the Unstoppable You

Publication Date: 11/02/2021

“A game-changer. If you want to upgrade your work and your life, read this book.” —Keith Ferrazzi, New York Times Bestselling Author What would you do if you couldn’t fail? What could you do? Who might you become? What might you lead? Everyone fails—but not everyone knows how to fail.…

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Million Dollar Adjustments: The Power of Small Changes on Performance, Productivity, and Peace

Publication Date: 10/26/2021

Based on years of research in professional baseball, this book shares the reason why the word “adjustment” is the key to success. Everyone has desires placed on their hearts. Whether it’s succeeding at work, losing weight, completing education, or improving key relationships, the list goes on and on. To fulfill…

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Don’t Blow Yourself Up: The Further True Adventures and Travails of the Rocket Boy of October Sky

Publication Date: 10/26/2021

From Homer Hickam, the author of the #1 bestselling Rocket Boys adapted into the beloved film October Sky, comes this astonishing memoir of high adventure, war, love, NASA, and his struggle for literary success. Homer Hickam’s memoir Rocket Boys and the movie adaptation October Sky have become one of the…

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Fixing Food: An FDA Insider Unravels the Myths and the Solutions

Publication Date: 10/26/2021

An FDA economist discovers that solutions for food safety and nutrition lie in the hands of entrepreneurs—not government regulation and education. With about half of the U.S. population expected to be obese by 2030 and one out of six Americans getting sick every year, why is the Food and Drug…

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What Do White Americans Owe Black People: Racial Justice in the Age of Post-Oppression

Publication Date: 10/26/2021

A philosopher’s passionate call for all Americans to rethink our racial dynamic and to break the cycle of negativity that pits the races against each other. In this provocative and highly original work, philosophy professor Jason D. Hill explores multiple dimensions of race in America today, but most importantly, a…

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Conspiracy U: A Case Study

Publication Date: 10/19/2021

Conspiracy U exposes how conspiracy theories drawn from far-right and far-left ideologies masquerade as scholarship at many universities, endangering our norms and conceptions of morality and truth. In Conspiracy U, Shay presents a case study of his alma mater, Northwestern University, in order to challenge the proliferation of anti-Zionist conspiracy…

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Just Not That Likable: The Price All Women Pay for Gender Bias

Publication Date: 10/19/2021

Senator Romero provides the first comprehensive accounting of why we like “Howard” but dislike “Heidi” in leadership roles—and what we can do to overcome this gender bias. Gloria Romero—former California Senate Majority Leader and Professor Emeritus of Psychology—shatters the glass ceiling in a sweeping takedown of gender bias at the…

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Loomered: How I Became the Most Banned Woman in the World

Publication Date: 10/19/2021

Laura Loomer is the most banned woman in the world. An investigative journalist, activist, and truth-teller who has earned many powerful enemies in Silicon Valley and the media, Loomer has been banned from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Uber, Lyft, Uber Eats, PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe, Periscope, Medium, and TeeSpring…so far. Loomer works…

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Straightening My Crown: Conquering My Royal Mistakes

Publication Date: 10/19/2021

A raw, courageous account of a young woman determined to turn her turmoil into triumph. Small-town girl turned reality TV star Mackenzie McKee has grown up in front of the world as part of MTV’s hit reality shows 16 & Pregnant, Teen Mom 3, and Teen Mom OG. Fans have…

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The Man Who Made Mark Twain Famous: Stories from the Kennedy Center, the White House, and Other Comedy Venues

Publication Date: 09/28/2021

In The Man Who Made Mark Twain Famous, Cappy McGarr shares how he became an Emmy-nominated founder/executive producer of the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, and got involved in national politics—all with charming southern style and a self-deprecating sense of humor. For decades, Cappy McGarr has been…

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