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Come as You Are: A Comprehensive Guide to Transforming Your Sex Life with Surprising New Science
Discover the surprising new science that can transform your sex life with ‘Come as You Are’ by Emily Nagoski. This comprehensive guide offers practical advice and exercises to help you improve your sexual well-being, develop positive relationships, and enhance intimacy. Nagoski draws on her extensive knowledge and experience as a sex educator and researcher to…
“Happimess” by Biswajit Banerji: A Satirical and Humorous Short Story Collection #BookChatter
“Happimess” by Biswajit Banerji is a delightful collection of twelve satirical and humorous short stories that capture the messiness of everyday life. The book’s charming prose and well-executed humor make it a light and entertaining read that is sure to lift one’s mood. The author’s talent for character development and blending humor with deeper philosophy…
Untamed by Glennon Doyle #BookReview #tbrchallenge #bookchatter #untamed @GlannonDoyle @blogchatter
In addition to “Untamed” and “Love Warrior”, Doyle has also written “Carry On, Warrior: Thoughts on Life Unarmed”, which is a collection of her popular blog posts. Her books have received widespread critical acclaim and have been praised for their honesty, vulnerability, and empowering messages.
Mother by Maxim Gorky #bookreview #MaximGorky #Mother #tbrchallenge #bookchatter
Overall “Mother” is a novel that is not only a powerful political statement but also a great piece of literature. It is a novel that is still widely read and studied today.