Tony Fadell’s Book “Build” Celebrates Success and Failure

After 30+ years in Silicon Valley, this engineer and designer has plenty of tales and advice to share

Often referred to as the “Father of the iPod,” engineer and designer Tony Fadell has just released his first book, Build: An Unorthodox Guide to Making Things Worth Making. With 30+ years of experience in Silicon Valley and 300 patents to his name, Fadell has been part of epic successes—and failures—and this book is full of stories, insights and lessons related to them. Fadell began his …

Good Sh*t: Your Holistic Guide to the Best Poop of Your Life

With the right blend of guidance and humor, the interactive paperback Good Sh*t: Your Holistic Guide to the Best Poop of Your Life aims to gauge and improve each reader’s overall well-being by focusing on their gut health. Written by (full-time yoga teachers) Julia Blohberger and Roos Neeter, the 128-page conversational manual even includes an easy-to-use journal to include your own experience.

Basic Witches

By Jaya Saxena and Jess Zimmerman, the book “Basic Witches: How to Summon Success, Banish Drama, and Raise Hell with Your Coven” is full of spells, potions and enchantments, but mostly dollops of sensible advice. From experimenting with make-up to ending toxic friendships, reading tea leaves and more, there are plenty of tips for self-betterment. Encouraging readers to tap into their inner sorceress, this book …