From He's Just Not that Into You to Steve Harvey's Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, women have gotten a lot of advice about how to deal with men.
But I doubt that any other relationship book has had a cuter book trailer than Get the Guy by Matthew Hussey.
These first grade girls are adorable, and great actresses too!
Lines like "Maggie, You are a beautiful, strong-willed, independent girl and if Johnny doesn't see that, it's his loss" sound funny coming from such a young girl's mouth but I've probably said something similarly cliched to some of my friends. It makes me wonder, do I sound just as silly as they do?
Watch the book trailer that already has almost 2 million views on Youtube:
Are these girls not so cute? What are you reading today?
Faced with the absence of her grown sons and the heartbreaking loss of a close friend, Katrina Kenison turned to introspection and yoga in order to heal. She records her results in Magical Journey, chronicling her path to discover the joy of living in the present moment.
"I can either run away from my loneliness, or I can practice tolerating myself as I am," she says, choosing to embrace the latter.
Read our review of Kenison's book at BookPage.com here and watch the inspirational book trailer:
What are your reactions to Kenison's Magical Journey? Will you be reading the book or passing it to a friend?
Oliver Burkeman wants us to rediscover the power of negative thinking in order to reach our goals.
If this logic seems strange to you, Burkeman just might convince you otherwise in his new book The Antidote.
Burkeman’s book is indeed a witty antidote to the shelves of self-help books that don’t seem to help anyone but their authors; but it also has a serious purpose. Embracing uncertainty and detaching from our monkey-minds may help us become happier.
Do you believe in a negative road to happiness? Will you give The Antidote a try?
We've all turned the pages on our 2011 calendars, and you know what that means—New Year, New You!
Health, diet, fitness and self-help books abound, but here's one I couldn't help but give a second look: Timothy Ferriss's The 4-Hour Body: An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman (um, yes please?).
Ferriss is the author of bestseller The 4-Hour Workweek, and in his latest book he turns to superhuman things you can do with your body (like sleeping two hours a day and feeling fully rested). Here's a fast-paced preview of what you'll get in this book that's sure to fly off the shelves:
What book trailers have you watched this week?