Bingely Books

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IT HAP­PENS IN THE HAMP­TONS Wil­liam Mor­row/Harper Collins Holly Peter­son

Some­times the uni­verse calls for a change of plans. Katie Doyle heeds this call and leaves the West Coast cross coun­try to the Hamp­tons. This move is embracing the pos­si­bil­ity of sum­mer em­ploy­ment, new friends for her son and the op­por­tu­nity to en­joy a love affair with an in­vestor named Ge­orge.

Upon ar­rival she wit­nesses the in­ter­play be­tween those of the 1 per­cent that co-ex­ist with the lo­cals of the is­land that have been there for gen­er­a­tions. Some­how Southamp­ton isn't what it ap­pears to be on its surace which makes her ner­vous to min­gle with her boyfriend's Elite Cir­cle.

She re­al­izes that re­gard­less of the cir­cle that one runs in, re­gard­less of the so­cio-eco­nomic po­si­tion, every­one is ma­neu­ver­ing and look­ing for ways to stay afloat in their com­mu­nity.

The sum­mer con­tin­ues with Katie learn­ing more about the town and the shift­ing al­liances that take place within the groups of peo­ple. From be­tray­als, sex­ual preda­tors and a miss­ing per­son - Katie learns that things are not what they seem. It's a meet­ing with Luke, a ma­rine bi­ol­o­gist and teacher where she has to con­front the only truth that mat­ters - what is it that you re­ally want as op­posed to sim­ply ex­ist­ing in the Hamp­tons' play­land that changes from one mo­ment to the next.

WHERE IN THE OM AM I? Worces­ter Square Press Sara DiVello

Sara DiVello's jour­ney is one that

many can re­late to. At some point, we have gone through the mo­tions of our jobs, re­la­tion­ships etc only to re­al­ize that it's not what we want. At the same time, it takes a cat­a­lyst to re­ally get us out from the place we're stuck in.

Sara shares her story and process of get­ting to a place where she ul­ti­mately wants to go. She leaves her PR job at a ma­jor fi­nan­cial ser­vices com­pany and tran­si­tions to per­su­ing yoga-teacher train­ing.

Her frank de­pic­tion of nav­i­gat­ing chaotic cor­po­rate cul­ture to the catty, but slow-paced world of yoga show­cases the com­plex­i­ties of in­ter­re­la­tion­ships in both worlds as she finds her place.

VISUAL VINYL Ver­lag Ket­tler Heerlen Schunk

The world of records has al­ways been one of con­stant change. Prior to the 1940s, they were sold in plain, uni­form jack­ets. Post the war, mu­si­cians and record com­pa­nies dis­cov­ered that graph­i­cally de­signed record cov­ers had the po­ten­tial to boost sales! By the 1960s con­tem­po­rary artists be­gan to cre­ate record jack­ets that be­came an in­spi­ra­tion for oth­ers due to their rad­i­cal, ground­break­ing de­signs. Many of them have be­come sym­bols rec­og­nized not only by fans but by the wider pub­lic, sym­bols of an era where artis­tic free­dom, ex­per­i­men­ta­tion, and in­no­va­tion were en­cour­aged.

This cof­fee ta­ble book is the first-ever com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion for vinyl lovers. These cov­ers are taken from the ex­ten­sive ar­chive of Dutch de­signer Jan van Toorn, one of the most ac­tive col­lec­tors and lead­ing ex­perts in the field. En­thu­si­asts wll en­joy cov­ers by fa­mous pop artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Licht­en­stein, Robert Rauschen­berg and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

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