From gritty urban cities infused with magic to medieval castles and everything in between, fantasy settings can be vastly different. When youâ€™ve finished some of your favorite fantasy books or series, what should you listen to next? READ MORE
“What inspired us to write this book was that we saw so many families and parents struggling with the dilemma of conflicting sleep advice that they were getting. A lot of parents telling us that they really had a feeling that their child was capable of better sleep but that they wanted to be good, responsive, warm parents, and that theyâ€™d been reading about attachment parenting and the importance of responding to your baby, your child, so how could they make sense of these two things?”
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“I was inspired to write this book because I actually wrote a book called GIRL CODE a couple of years ago, which was all about women coming together and supporting one another. But I noticed there was an issue. Women were totally excited and on board to support one another, and they knew that theyâ€™d be happier if they did that, but they couldnâ€™t get there if they didnâ€™t have confidence in themselves first.”
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“My book is about my five years that I spent in the white house in the Obama administration and the two months I spent in the Trump administration as a stenographer. I actually got the job on Craigslist so I was a bit of a fish out of water. The story is really about a young woman, me, finding her way along the corridors of power and making a lot of bad decisions and poor life choices, and having a lot of embarrassing moments, but also figuring out whatâ€™s important and whatâ€™s notâ€”all while having a front row seat to history.”
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“I wrote my book because I had to. I didnâ€™t plan on it to be a book. I kept notebooks for several years after my wife died and at a certain point I started transcribing them and I realized that in doing that it was not just helping me understand certain things but it was giving me a certain kind of distance I needed to move forward.”
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