The Island of Sea Women tells the story of a feminist utopia on Jeju, a Korean Island, where for centuries, all-female diving groups have harvested seafood for their families and markets. This story celebrates women’s strengths and the strengths of friendship reminding us how powerful women can and must be to survive.
Invisible Women exposes how a gender gap in data perpetuates bias and disadvantages women. Most product designers use a “one-size-fits-all” approach that is designed to fit men. Women pay tremendous cost for this bias in time, money and often with their lives. The research in this book will change the way you look at the world. Share this data with others!
The Real Wallis Simpson provides a different story of King Edward’s abdication; that Wallis was the victim not the villain. New information from previously unseen letters, diaries and Simpson’s own memoirs, redeems the woman wronged by history in this fascinating Royal tell-all.
The Cook is a lyrical, enchanting read about haute cuisine and the life of a French chef, his hunger for cooking and his appetite for life. The writing flows beautifully and engages the reader’s interest before moving on to a new restaurant, a new city and a new stage in life.
If, Then explores the theory that parallel worlds actually exist, that with every decision made, alternative choices lead to different lives. This thought-provoking story, written in beautiful prose, inspires us to envision the infinite possibilities for our lives. TV rights are sold to HBO.
My Lovely Wife creates an eerie atmosphere from the first page and the tension is carried on throughout. A beautiful married couple has committed murder and gotten away with it. The plot is brilliantly unique and so scandalous you will need to talk about it! Truly horrifying!
What the Wind Knows is an unforgettable love story, a woman’s impossible journey through the ages and time traveling between present day and war torn Ireland in 1921. The story is woven around historical events and the Irish patriots—a book that will haunt you for a long time.
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