Loving yourself is tough. Waking up every day with a proud sense of who you are can feel exhausting, or even impossible. But we all know, deep down, we can be the best versions of ourselves. Thats why I wrote: UNSPOKEN "Words between the lines" Thoughts become words and words become a poem. Also for you a little present. A song you can upload with a QR code Includes the lyrics. A short story (thriller) Beautiful black and white pictures And lots more. If you love poetry, pick me up and start reading. Lots of love from Evie (Pseudonym )
After a hundred years of watching humans make bad decisions, anyone would be sick of their job as peacekeeper. Reihan, a seaver created to deal with humans who lose control over their manifestation abilities, is no exception. Worse still, virtually all humans in the Travelling City can manifest. That is, shape reality according to their more or less well-formed and often poorly thought-out designs. That alone would be enough to keep her busy, but then there are people like Phillippe. Phillippe, who drenched himself in the city’s collective subconscious to strengthen his inborn powers. Even though he shouldn’t be, he seems fine, crowned as the new star escort in the Brothel of Transformative Curiosities. But Reihan has seen this story play out before. And Phillippe is far too charming, far too kind, and far too inconsolable for her to simply look away. The Travelling City is a dark fantasy mystery packed with romance and even more existential dread; set in a whimsical, bizarre and ever-changing world.
Casual encounters with strangers can be fatal.
In the third book of the DreaganStar series, repeated emotional and physical traumas leave Samantha Augustine hyper-vigilant, paranoid, and at times, unable to function. As her life spirals down with more chaotic undertakings, JourneyGrey Mannie Oliver works to alleviate her PTSD. While she oversees the Genni Colony’s entry into Dreagan Corporation, Sammie knows she must heal herself soon. The HazeGrey’s approaching death will trigger her next assignment - HazeGrey.
Elizabeth Zott, a brilliant chemist, stands out as an extraordinary woman in an era where societal norms attempt to mold everyone into uniformity. To Elizabeth, she would be the first to emphasize that the concept of an "average woman" is a fallacy. However, it's the early 1960s, and within the confines of Hastings Research Institute, her all-male team clings to an archaic perspective on equality. Faced with no other recourse, she reluctantly submits her resignation. In a surprising turn of events, Elizabeth finds herself reluctantly taking up the mantle as the host of a cooking show, "Supper at Six." Yet, her approach to culinary endeavors is far from ordinary. Fueled by scientific rigor and marked by rational commentary, her unique take on cooking captivates the nation's attention. Before long, a multitude of overlooked housewives discover the courage to challenge the prevailing status quo, one molecular transformation at a time.
From the celebrated author of "The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry" comes a tale that unfolds on a frigid December day during Sam Masur's junior year at Harvard. As he steps off a subway car, he spots Sadie Green amidst the throngs of people awaiting the train on the platform. With a call to her name, a captivating game commences—a legendary partnership ignites, destined to catapult them into the realm of stardom. These lifelong friends, bound by an intimate connection since childhood, navigate a landscape of financial borrowing, earnest requests, and unyielding determination. Even before their college graduation, they birth their first blockbuster, "Ichigo." In the blink of an eye, the world embraces them. Sam and Sadie, not yet twenty-five, stand at the zenith of brilliance, success, and affluence. Yet, these attributes cannot shield them from the voracious appetite of their creative aspirations or the complex dance of betrayals within their hearts. Stretching across three eventful decades, from the hallowed halls of Cambridge, Massachusetts, to the sun-kissed shores of Venice Beach, California, and far-reaching realms in between, Gabrielle Zevin's "Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow" delves into the intricate tapestry of identity, the nuances of disability, the resilience found within failures, the redemptive power of play, and, above all, the primal human need to connect: to both receive love and give it in return.
Stepping into adulthood amid the formidable jaws of an American recession, Sneha counts herself among the fortunate ones. She's ventured to Milwaukee in pursuit of an entry-level corporate role—an arduous journey, but a key that unlocks countless opportunities. With it, she can treat her newfound friend Tig to dinner, secure a job for her college buddy Thom, and provide financial support to her parents back in India. Amidst this transition, she finds herself exploring relationships with women, with her heart burning brightly for Marina—a mesmerizing and elusive dancer who always seems just beyond her grasp. However, as time unfolds, adversity creeps in. Painful secrets emerge from the shadows, professional endeavors spiral into chaos, and the looming threat of eviction casts a long shadow. Sneha grapples with the challenge of allowing true closeness and vulnerability into her life, even as her friendships deepen, and her passionate romance with Marina takes an exhilarating turn. In the midst of turmoil, Tig hatches a radical plan, seeking to rescue them all from their mounting predicaments. This novel, a tapestry of beauty and depth, unfolds through prose that is as distinctive as it is unforgettable. "All This Could Be Different" weaves a tale of wisdom, tenderness, and compelling connection as it paints a vivid group portrait of young individuals navigating love and community amidst adversity. It is a poignant narrative, chronicling the journey of an immigrant striving to find her place in a world that beckons her to call it home.
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Lynda Gratton is a pioneering thinker and globally recognized authority on the future of work. With over three decades of research under her belt, she offers an insightful perspective on the technological, demographic, cultural, and societal trends that are driving the future of work. Drawing on her extensive experience and learnings from the pandemic, Gratton presents a groundbreaking four-step framework for redesigning work that will help organizations create more engaging and fulfilling work environments. This comprehensive guide offers a deep understanding of how to tap into what motivates employees and drive performance, while reimagining creative and innovative ways of working. It also provides practical tips on how to model and test new approaches within your organization, and how to ensure that your redesign efforts lead to lasting benefits. With real-world examples of companies that have successfully tackled the challenges of the evolving work landscape, such as HSBC, Fujitsu, and Telstra, Redesigning Work is the ultimate resource for organizations seeking to create a more effective, sustainable, and human-centric work culture. Whether you’re leading a small team or a multinational corporation, this book will help you transform your organization and make hybrid working work for you.
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