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Talking as Fast as I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls (and Everything in Between)

About the Author Lauren Graham is an actor, writer, and producer best known for her roles on the critically acclaimed series Gilmore Girls and Parenthood. She is also the New York Times bestselli [...]

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Crazy Brave: A Memoir

Review ?Stirring. . . . In her harrowing and ultimately hopeful story, Harjo allows the reader to know her intimately, and we are enriched by her honesty.? (Ms.)?A saga about the survival of spir [...]

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Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star

From Booklist Comedic actor Stoller might not be a household name, but he?s been working in Hollywood for 25 years, making a living by scoring guest stints on sitcoms like Friends, Everybody Love [...]

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Strange Fascination: David Bowie: The Definitive Story

Review ?One of the most authoritative Bowie books you?re ever likely to read.' ?Mojo Read more About the Author David Buckley?is [...]

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Temple to the Wind: Nathanael Herreshoff And The Yacht That Transformed The America’S Cup

Review 'Temple to the Wind is as expertly crafted as Nathanael Herreshoff's epic America's Cup yacht Reliance. A riveting account of an enigmatic genius and the yacht race that was once as big as [...]

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Making the Tin Man: How I Made My First Feature Film

Review 'The only book that really tells it like it is.' --Gary Blum, Hollywood Entertainment Attorney'If you're considering making a feature film, or simply curious, you'd be well advised to read [...]

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In Gratitude

Review 'Diski is one of the great anomalies of contemporary literature; she has made a habit, and a career, of writing books that no one else would even think of writing . . . What binds together [...]

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Will Write and Direct for Food

About the Author Director, writer, and producer, Alan Parker wrote and directed his first film, Bugsy Malone in 1975. His other films include Midnight Express, Fame, Birdy, Angel Heart, Mississip [...]

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Visionary Ayahuasca: A Manual for Therapeutic and Spiritual Journeys

Review ?This is the first book that anyone thinking about taking ayahuasca, or taking it again, must own. The manual section is honest, revealing, invaluable, and packed with everything, includin [...]

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Fatherhood

From Publishers Weekly In this bestseller, the star of the top-rated TV series regales and comforts parents with refreshing, marvelously ludicrous tales about his life as the father of five. PW p [...]

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I Raise My Eyes to Say Yes

From Publishers Weekly The title of this affecting chronicle of a handicapped person's life refers to the unique method by which she first began to communicate. In early infancy, Sienkiewicz-Merc [...]

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The Pastures of Beyond: An Old Cowboy Looks Back at the Old West

From Publishers Weekly Starred Review. At 13, Hyde ran away from home, hopping a train from Wisconsin to his uncle's ranch in Oregon. Like countless other American kids in the 1930s, he wanted to [...]

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Chicken Shack: Growing Up Black and Poor in Alabama During the 1940's, 50's, and 60's

This book describes what life was like for my family and me living in rural, rurban, and urban Alabama during the 1940's, 50's, and 60's. Life for a poor black family living in Alabama during these decades was quite chal [...]

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Jim Flint: The Boy From Peoria

About the Author Tracy Baim is publisher and executive editor at Windy City Media Group, which produces Windy City Times, Nightspots, and other gay media in Chicago. She co-founded Windy City Tim [...]

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Father Figures: Three Wise Men Who Changed a Life

From Publishers Weekly When environmental consultant Sweeney, who was three when his father died of heart failure, turned eight, he chose three men who were friends of his family to serve as stan [...]

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Germans from Russia Settlers: The North Dakota Frontier Experience (Way It Was)

Here are the stories of the hardy North Dakota pioneers who came to North Dakota in search of land and an opportunity to live in freedom in the last part of the 1800's and early 1900's. Recorded in the middle 1930's by i [...]

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Manson in His Own Words: The Shocking Confessions of 'The Most Dangerous Man Alive'

Review The shocking confessions of ?the most dangerous man alive.? ?Rolling Stone?Compelling and chilling.? ?Baltimore Evening Sun?I couldn?t put it down.? ?Liz Smith?Disturbingly hypnotic.? ?Vog [...]

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Wolfer: A Memoir

About the Author Carter Niemeyer is an Iowa native and a biologist with two degrees from Iowa State University. He worked 26 years for USDA Animal Damage Control in Montana where he was a trapper [...]

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Cycle of Hope: My Journey from Paralysis to Possibility

Strength. Courage. Perseverance. At thirty-one, Tricia Downing was in the best shape of her life. In the summer of 2000, Tricia, an avid cyclist, drove across the country for what amounted to eighteen races in twenty-th [...]

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The Red Parts: A Memoir

From Publishers Weekly The grisly 1969 Michigan murder of 23-year-old law student Jane Mixer is evocatively re-examined here by her niece, poet Nelson, in light of new evidence in the case. Just [...]

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