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- Divine Arts 2015; US$ 16.95
This long awaited sequel to Fire in the Belly is a crowning achievement of a remarkable literary career and an impressive debut of a young writer that proves the adage “the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. A moving account of repentance, forgiveness and reconciliation that sets it apart from any other books in this genre, Prodigal Father Wayward... more...
- Rockstar Publishing House 2015; US$ 6.99
<p>Whether you are relocating across the street or across the nation, it doesnt take long to figure out that moving involves more than boxes, trucks, and aching backs. <em>Its Not Just About The Boxes</em> addresses the fact that a move really only involves 30% boxes and the remaining 70% is full of emotion and challenging... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2015; US$ 27.95
A groundbreaking guide for women of all ages that shows women?s inherent moodiness is a strength, not a weakness As women, we learn from an early age that our moods are a problem. Bitches are moody. To succeed in life, we are told, we must have it all under control. We have to tamp down our inherent shifts in favor of a more static way of being.... more...
- Kogan Page 2015; US$ 61.99
"We ordered coffee, cut open a human brain and discovered the secret of persuasive copywriting." A chance encounter with a neuroscientist showed Andy Maslen that his belief in the power of emotion was founded on hard science. Over coffee, the two discussed brain anatomy and the reason-defying power of human emotions.Andy's subsequent research led him... more...
- Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2015; US$ 119.95
Listening according to mood is likely to be what most people do when they listen to music. We want to take part in, or even be part of, the emerging world of the musical work. Erik Wallrup explores this vague and elusive phenomenon, which is held to be fundamental to musical hearing. He unfolds the untold musical history of the German word for mood,... more...
- Oldcastle Books 2015; US$ 10.19
A depressive illness or a passing feeling? Mental detachment or a precursor to genius? Melancholy is a critical part of what it is to be human, yet everything from Prozac to self help psychology books seems intent on removing all signs of sadness, depression, or, quite simply, low moods from contemporary existence. Complex and contradictory, melancholy's... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2015; US$ 27.18
Touch by David J. Linden - The astonishing secrets of our senses, and how to harness them to change your personal and professional life Why can't we tickle ourselves? Why do footballers who hug score more goals? Why does holding a hot coffee make us feel more positively about people? Touch is the sense that makes us human.... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2015; US$ 28.95
The New York Times bestselling author examines how our sense of touch and emotion are interconnected Johns Hopkins neuroscientist and bestselling author of The Compass of Pleasure , David J. Linden presents an engaging and fascinating examination of how the interface between our sense of touch and our emotional responses affects our social interactions... more...
- Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2015; US$ 26.99
David Adam is a writer and editor at Nature , the world's leading scientific journal. Before that he was a specialist correspondent for The Guardian for seven years, writing on science, medicine, and the environment. In 2006 his piece on carbon offsets was chosen by the Association of British Science Writers as the year's best newspaper feature... more...