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The Cellulite Solution

By Howard Murad
  • ISBN Code: : 1429907290
  • Publisher : St. Martin's Press
  • Pages : 240
  • Category : Health & Fitness
  • Reads : 301
  • Book Compatibility : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Pdf : the-cellulite-solution.pdf

Book Excerpt :

Featuring the youth-building cellulite diet Blast cellulite with a powerful, effective three-step program. Every woman dreads it. But most women---even thin women---have it. Massage systems, topical creams, and going off caffeine won't budge cellulite, and dieting usually doesn't reduce it either. At last, The Cellulite Solution contains a simple three-pronged program that actually works to reduce dimpling. Drawing on thirty-five years of clinical experience, Dr. Murad has developed a cellulite-slaying method that is effective for woman of any age, no matter how severe their cellulite problem is. A triad of nutritional direction, lifestyle changes, and topical treatments combines to both prevent and get rid of cellulite. Follow Dr. Murad's program and you'll see "cottage cheese thighs" reduced and you'll notice smoother skin all over as your cells are replenished and plumped by water. Dr. Murad explains his complete water principle and why cell hydration-which is essential to healthy and young-looking skin-can't come from drinking water alone. As a bonus, Dr. Murad's program also reduces stretch marks! Complete with a detailed eating plan and specific recommendations for supplements as well as external skin care, The Cellulite Solution is the magic formula you've been looking for to banish the most stubborn beauty problem women face today.

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  • Pdf File: queen-for-a-day.pdf

Book Short Summary:

"Somewhere between Sex and the City, Sharon Olds and Spalding Grey lies the poetry of Denise Duhamel, who in six volumes during the 1990s (all from small independent or small university presses) established herself as a vivacious, sarcastic, uninhibited and sometimes sex-obsessed observer of contemporary culture. Long fascinated by downtown New York, Duhamel got poetic mileage from her once-rough neighborhoods. Now she lives and teaches in Miami: this new-and-selected sums up her NYC years . . . Its humor, anger and forceful personality could make the book a genuine popular hit." --Publishers Weekly "Duhamel is an entertainer, as her new, retrospective collection confirms. . . . Throughout the book, each poem is utterly engaging, as hard to abandon as a chapter in a taut thriller." --Booklist Celebrates ideas and topics that aren't often the subect of bards and poets. Her playful, inventive way of string together ideas is evident. . . . Despite the frolicsome nature of much of her work, Duhamel writes incisively about serious themes and issues. The clash between high and low art never seems abraisive in Duhamel's work." --Pittsburgh Tribune- Review "Duhamel writes about Garcia-Lorca's Deli, Georgia O'Keefe's pelvis, a Barbie Doll in a Twelve-Step Program, Barbie as a Bisexual, Barbie's GYN appointment, and the difference between Pepsi and the Pope. . . . If you like knee-slapping, quasi-existential poetry, go out and pick up a Queen for a Day." --RALPH: The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and the Humanities "Engagingly charts her evolution as a fictionist-from ribald, bemused poems about body parts and coming of age dramas to increasingly sophisticated mock-narratives. Her work is tremendous fun, but often there's an underpinning of sadness in it as well, which keeps the poems from being mere play. You'll want to read parts of this book aloud to your smart friends. Or to give it as a gift." --Stephen Dunn "Denise Duhamel is a red-headed, red-lipped wild woman, a human and humane poet who isn't afraid to tackle any subject: violence, racism, A.I.D.S., bulimia, childishness, the myth of Bluebeard, the phenomenon of Barbie. It's been a singular joy to read this "selected" and see Duhamel's work grow and develop over the years. Queen for a Day is exuberant, brazen, bold, honest as hell, audaciously unpretentious and outrageously self-referential, a Frank O'Hara meets Lucille Ball meets Sandra Bernhard of a book: sin verguenza!" --Dorianne Laux Denise Duhamel's Queen for a Day includes poems from her five previous full-length books (The Star-Spangled Banner, Kinky, Girl Soldier, The Woman with Two Vaginas, and Smile!) as well as her chapbook, How the Sky Fell. Her poems have been anthologized widely, including four editions of The Best American Poetry. Her work has been featured on NPR's "All Things Considered," MPR's "The Writers' Almanac," and PBS's "Fooling with Words." She has collaborated with the poet Maureen Seaton in two volumes: Oyl and Exquisite Politics. Duhamel is assistant professor at Florida International University in Miami.

Living on the Borderlines

By Melissa Michal
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  • Publisher : The Feminist Press at CUNY
  • Book Code : 1936932474
  • Total of Pages : 250
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 515
  • Pdf File: living-on-the-borderlines.pdf

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“Michal’s debut is thoughtful and generous, capturing the fraught experience of being Native American in the modern U.S.” —Publishers Weekly Both on and off the rez, characters contend with identity as contemporary Haudenosaunee peoples; the stories “cross bloodlines, heart lines, and cultural lines, powerfully charting what it is to be human in a world that works to divide us” (Susan Power, author of Sacred Wilderness). In Living on the Borderlines, intergenerational memory and trauma slip into everyday life: a teenager struggles to understand her grandmother’s silences, a man contemplates what it means to preserve tradition in the wake of the “disappearing Indian” myth, and an older woman challenges her town’s prejudice while uniting an unlikely family. With these stories, debut writer Melissa Michal weaves together an understated and contemplative collection exploring what it means to be Indigenous. “A beautiful window into understanding Indigenous worldviews . . . This book is an unapologetic contemporary perspective of the truth of healing through Indigenous storytelling.” —Sarah Eagle Heart, CEO of Native Americans in Philanthropy “Enlightening and thought-provoking, Michal’s stories are a pleasure to read and absorb.” —Booklist “Melissa Michal writes . . . with a power that will make you want to read and reread these stories.” —Brooklyn Rail “A hauntingly beautiful collection of stories of contemporary women and girls who live in the spaces between the reservations and traditional Indigenous territories and rural and urban communities . . . a stunning achievement.” —Nikki Dragone, visiting assistant professor of Native American studies, Dickinson College

The God Particle

By Richard Cox
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  • Publisher : Del Rey
  • Book Code : 0345484355
  • Total of Pages : 320
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 221
  • Pdf File: the-god-particle.pdf

Book Short Summary:

There is a divine spark within us all. In one man, that spark is about to explode. American businessman Steve Keeley is hurtled three stories to the cold cobblestone street in Zurich. In the days that follow, a doctor performs miraculous surgery on Keeley, who wakes up to find that everything about his world has changed. He seems to sense things before they happen, and he thinks he’s capable of feats that are clearly impossible. It’s a strange and compelling new world for him, one he quickly realizes is also incredibly dangerous. Meanwhile at a $12 billion facility in hardscrabble North Texas, a super collider lies two hundred feet beneath the Earth’s surface. Leading a team of scientists, Mike McNair, a brilliant physicist, works to uncover one of the universe’s greatest secrets—a theoretical particle that binds the universe together, often called The God Particle. When his efforts are undermined by the man who has poured his own vast fortune into the project, McNair begins to suspect that something in his research has gone very, very wrong. Now, these two men are about to come together, battling mysteries of science and of the soul—and venturing to a realm beyond reason, beyond faith, perhaps even beyond life and death.

The (Other) F Word

By Angie Manfredi
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  • Publisher : Abrams
  • Book Code : 1683355822
  • Total of Pages : 224
  • Category : Self-Help
  • Members : 805
  • Pdf File: the.pdf

Book Short Summary:

“This outstanding anthology of essays, illustrations, poems, and letters . . . is a celebration of every body and presents a revolutionary message” (Publishers Weekly, starred review). The time has come for fat people to tell their own stories. The (Other) F Word combines the voices of Renée Watson, Julie Murphy, Jes Baker, Samantha Irby, Bruce Sturgell, and many others in a relatable, revelatory and inspiring exploration of body image and fat acceptance. This dazzling collection of art, poetry, essays, and fashion tips is meant for people of all sizes who desire to be seen and heard in a culture consumed by a narrow definition of beauty. By combining the talents of renowned fat YA and middle-grade authors, as well as fat influencers and creators, The (Other) F Word offers teen readers and activists of all ages a tool for navigating our world with confidence and courage.

The New Natural

By Neil Sadick,Samantha Marshall,Adam Dinkes
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  • Publisher : Rodale Books
  • Book Code : 1609611268
  • Total of Pages : 256
  • Category : Self-Help
  • Members : 256
  • Pdf File: the-new-natural.pdf

Book Short Summary:

Obvious face-lifts and Botox overload are no longer in vogue, but a new generation of fillers, laser treatments, and topical preparations are keeping millions looking younger—and more natural—for decades longer. Prominent dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon Dr. Neil Sadick explains how every woman, at any age, can have beautiful, healthy skin without a scalpel or surgery. Starting off with the basics of skin care we all need in our early adult, damage-prevention years, Sadick cites the most efficacious cosmetic products and discusses the best practices for preserving a glowing, youthful appearance. For older readers looking to maintain healthy skin and reverse damage, he explains the various nonsurgical options available: from the modern day miracle of cell therapy to cosmeceuticals, fillers, and treatments for cellulite and hair loss. Throughout he mentions brand-name products at every price point and treatments for every budget. User-friendly and backed by the latest science and technology, The New Natural is every adult's guide to the most advanced antiaging protocol for achieving young, vibrant skin—now and in the future.

Life Sentences

By Anthony B. Pinn,Gregory Colleton
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  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Book Code : 1556353006
  • Total of Pages : 194
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 145
  • Pdf File: life-sentences.pdf

Book Short Summary:

Whether from established authors or by writers new to fiction, the short stories in this volume explore life as change, using Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 as the lens. The writers come from different backgrounds, perspectives, and levels of familiarity with the short story, but what ties them together is a willingness to creatively explore the raw and more uncomfortable dimensions of life--big events and small happenings--all bound up by a recognition of the inevitability and (dis)comfort of change. Each writer has a story to tell, a creative and imaginative angle on life as it happens somewhere to someone. Life Sentences represents an experiment, a recognition of and confrontation with the depth of culture and culture's life maps, with the ways in which the joys and troubles of life are given meaning. This collection attempts to address these large (and small) challenges and dynamics of life without the jargon of the professional philosopher or theologian but with the more earthy language of popular culture: the short story. Contributors: Annette Almazan Faynessa Armand E. A. Bagby Stanley N. Bernard Gregory M. T. Colleton Ian Edelman Michael Gavin Diane Glancy Edwardo Jackson Corina Marie Ahn Knoll David A. Nelson Gregory Pace Anthony B. Pinn Matt Rhodes C. Kelly Robinson Philip Stone

The Bannockburn Spell

By Nancy Adams
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  • Publisher : Totally Entwined Group (USA+CAD)
  • Book Code : 1781841780
  • Total of Pages : 332
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 438
  • Pdf File: the-bannockburn-spell.pdf

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With the help of a bet, a 800 year-old marriage contract, and a spell, ex-SBS solider Will might just have enough in his arsenal to capture Meghan's heart. Since arriving in Little Glen, Scotland, Meghan Kennedy's life has gotten decidedly more interesting. She entered into a bet with hunky ex-SBS soldier, Will, betting him that she would not fall in love with him. She discovered an ancient marriage Contract specifically designed to join her family to Will's and to top it all off, she learns that she had a spell cast on her...800 years before she was even born. None of it mattered, because she refused to make the same mistake twice. Will's hard body and sexy grin didn't matter, his beautiful hypnotic eyes didn't matter, and it didn't matter that every time they kissed her body would call out for his, as though denied his touch for hundreds of years. Ex-SBS soldier William Mackenzie is disciplined, trained to be an efficient solider and he takes the same approach with his business, and life. Then Meghan arrived, with her fiery temper and hair to match, and he knows she is lying about the reasons why she came to Little Glen, he just doesn't care. All he does care about is Meghan. Her feisty temper bemuses him, her beauty astounds him and her stubbornness annoys the hell out of him. Lucky for him, he doesn't know how to quit, he can be just as stubborn and occasionally ruthless, and he will use any means necessary to get her. Of course the &‘means' at his disposal just happen to be a bet, a marriage contract and an ancient spell, but if in the end Meghan belongs to him, who was he to argue.

The Tag Along

By Jayme Alan Toomey
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  • Publisher : Dorrance Publishing
  • Book Code : 1434912442
  • Total of Pages : 150
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 551
  • Pdf File: the-tag-along.pdf

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Heavy

By Helene A. Shugart
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  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Book Code : 019021063X
  • Total of Pages : 248
  • Category : Social Science
  • Members : 465
  • Pdf File: heavy.pdf

Book Short Summary:

The current "obesity epidemic" has been at the top of the national and, increasingly, global public agenda for the last decade, the subject of extensive and intensive concern, scrutiny, and corrective efforts from various quarters. In the United States, much of this attention is predicated on the "official" discourse, or story, of obesity-that it is a matter of personal responsibility, specifically to the end of monitoring and ensuring appropriate caloric balance. However, even though it continues to have cultural presumption, that discourse does not resonate with the populace, which may explain why efforts of redress have been notoriously ineffective. In this book, Helene Shugart places obesity in cultural, political, and economic context, arguing that current anxieties regarding obesity reflect the contemporary crisis in neoliberalism, and that the failure of the official discourse of obesity mirrors the failure of neoliberalism more broadly: specifically, to account for authenticity, a powerfully resonant cultural concept today. She chronicles a number of competing discourses of obesity that have arisen in response to the failed official discourse, examining and evaluating each in relation to the idea of authenticity; assessing the practical and behavioral implications of each discourse for both obesity incidence and redress; and establishing the significance of each discourse for negotiating neoliberalism in crisis more broadly.

Top Tips for Girls

By Kate Reardon
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  • Publisher : Crown
  • Book Code : 0307449696
  • Total of Pages : 240
  • Category : Health & Fitness
  • Members : 849
  • Pdf File: top-tips-for-girls.pdf

Book Short Summary:

REAL LIFE MADE EASIER In today’s lifestyle guru–obsessed world, where we all turn to magazines and TV personalities to teach us how to organize our lives, cook, look, and live better, it’s refreshing to hear clever, who-would’ve-thunk-it suggestions from regular women. In Top Tips for Girls, today’s primer for women in the know, Kate Reardon has collected just that—literally hundreds of tips on all areas of our lives, be it raising kids, staying fit, dressing well, planning a wedding, gardening, dating, dieting, traveling, or working. Far from garden variety, the tips you’ll find here are surprising—the sort that women used to get word-of-mouth from their own moms, grandmothers, aunts, and best friends. Some of the many helpful, and even hilarious, tips you’ll read here include: •To avoid blisters from new shoes, coat your feet with Vaseline. •Invest in a certain number of “nice” hangers. When you start having to use the metal ones from the dry cleaner, it’s time to clean out your closet. •Impress guests with homemade-tasting mayonnaise by adding fresh lemon juice and capers or thyme to ordinary mayo. •Perk up wilted ferns by spraying them once a month with weak tea. •To find your car in an unfamiliar area, use the camera on your cell phone to take a picture of the nearest street sign. •Tone up your butt by squeezing it in quick reps of fifty while watching TV. •To safely dispose of receipts and bank statements without buying a shredder, simply keep a container of water to pop them in and let them dissolve. And many more!

The Prince of Brooklyn

By George Monemvasitis
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  • Publisher : iUniverse
  • Book Code : 9780595882533
  • Total of Pages : 184
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 337
  • Pdf File: the-prince-of-brooklyn.pdf

Book Short Summary:

George is a Greek-American in his early 20s living in Brooklyn, New York. Unlike his friends, he is not much of a "lady's man". While his friends brag of their sexual conquests, he resorts to introspection. He equates his lack of machismo with his anxiety disorders and chronic depression. He finds some solace in writing, one of his main passions, and through eschatological conversations with his godfather Thomas. His first sexual experience leaves him believing sex is ideal therapy. Although he has trouble meeting and speaking to women, at times he is able to overcome his social anxiety in order to get sex. As he has more and more sex, hoping to find his cure, his relationships become increasingly outlandish. George begins to define who he is through these anxieties and subsequent perversions, often emulating his Brooklyn buddies instead of becoming his own man and finding his own direction. This is a story of a young man dealing with anxiety, depression, mortality issues, relationships, and an overbearing and overprotective Greek mother who believes her son will always be The Prince of Brooklyn despite his self-regarded shortcomings.

Second Wind

By Cami Ostman
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  • Publisher : Seal Press
  • Book Code : 1580053769
  • Total of Pages : 304
  • Category : Sports & Recreation
  • Members : 639
  • Pdf File: second-wind.pdf

Book Short Summary:

Second Wind is the story of an unlikely athlete and an unlikely heroine: Cami Ostman, a woman edging toward midlife who decides to take on a challenge that stretches her way outside of her comfort zone. That challenge presents itself when an old friend suggests she go for a run to distract her from the grief of her recent divorce. Excited by the clarity of mind and breathing space running offers her, she keeps it up — albeit slowly — and she decides to run seven marathons on seven continents; this becomes Ostman’s vision quest, the thing she turns to during the ups and downs of a new romance and during the hard months and years of redefining herself in the aftermath of the very restrictive, religious-based marriage and life she led up until her divorce. Insightful and uplifting, Second Wind carries the reader along for the ride as Ostman runs her way out of compliance with the patriarchal rules about “being a woman” that long held her captive and into authenticity and self-love. Her adventures — and the personal revelations that accompany them — inspire readers to take chances, find truth in their lives, and learn to listen to the voice inside them that’s been there all along.

Finders Keepers

By Karin Kallmaker
  • File : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Bella Books
  • Book Code : 1594939314
  • Total of Pages : 254
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 488
  • Pdf File: finders-keepers.pdf

Book Short Summary:

Setting out on the vacation of a lifetime, Marissa Chabot is well-provisioned with sun block, rum and a stack of good books. As one of the founders of the successful, high-tech "soul-mate matching service" Finders Keepers, Marissa knows from experience that vacation romances are nothing short of hopeless. When the tall, dark and beautiful Linda Bartok sweeps her off her feet, Marissa yields to the magic of moonlit walks on the beach and longed-for whispers of passion. Though it hardly seems possible that the Amazonian, adventurous Linda could be truly interested in a desk-bound computer geek, their erotic encounters soon bring about Marissa's complete and total surrender. Vacations end. Real life resumes. Waiting for the phone to ring, Marissa wonders if what she had seen in Linda's eyes could have possibly been true. Was it just a vacation romance? Or was she going to end up losers weepers?