He Didn't Fucking Learn It from Me:

Essays on Parenting, Family and Writing

Brooke Berman

Marriage, moving and motherhood: the three hardest transitions. In this witty essay collection, award-winning filmmaker and playwright Brooke Berman writes about bicoastal living, her foul-mouthed toddler, making mommy friends, dressing like a grown-up, and more! An honest look at the joys and strains of family and the writing life. 50% of the profit from this e-book goes to Planned Parenthood.


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Uggs for Gaza (and Other Stories)

Gordon Haber


This sparkling short story collection will have you thinking, cringing and laughing out loud.
Gordon Haber’s nonfiction has earned him a significant following (and a few enemies). His debut collection continues that tradition of dark wit and scathing honesty. Here are eight powerful stories about young (and not-so-young) men grappling with the two great questions of adult life: love and money. ​Haber’s stories will surprise you with their unique mixture of comedy and candor.


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Shout to Change: Tears for Fears Explained

Dan Friedman

Shout. Everybody Wants to Rule the World. Sowing the Seeds of Love. You already know that Tears for Fears' hugely catchy, emotionally resonant hits made it one of the most interesting bands of the ‘80s and ‘90s. But you may not know that their work is based on the theories of a charismatic L.A. psychologist. In Shout to Change, Dan Friedman explains the fascinating underpinnings of Tears for Fears songs. You'll look at Tears for Fears with new eyes — and listen with new ears.​


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