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THE COM­FORT FOOD DI­ARIES Si­mon & Schus­ter Emily Nunn

When Eat, Pray, Love came out it shared a woman's in­ter­nal jour­ney through her phys­i­cal trav­els. In this trans­for­ma­tive and in­tro­spec­tive process, Emily Nunn shares how she faced the loss of her brother's death, her break up with her fi­ancé and be­ing evicted from her home. She finds her way back to her­self through travel, home­cooked meals and en­joy­ing her cir­cle of friends and fam­ily in The Com­fort Food Di­aries.

This new jour­ney was trig­gered by a few glasses of wine and shar­ing what was go­ing on with her by shar­ing her thoughts on Face­book. The next day, she re­al­izes that her friends and fam­ily are em­brac­ing and em­pa­thetic for what has hap­pened to her and ask her to not only stay but cook with them. Ul­ti­mately, she em­braces the thought of the Com­fort Food Tour.

This book takes you on Emily's jour­ney as she puts her life back to­gether with new ex­pe­ri­ences while re­vis­it­ing old places and recipes that al­low her to put things into per­spec­tive.

THE DUDE DIET Harper Wave Ser­ena Wolf

We all love the idea of com­fort food that is sat­is­fy­ing; how­ever, we want it to still be healthy (and in some cases healthy­ish). Wel­come to The Dude Diet which is Clean(ish) food for peo­ple who

like to eat dirty!

Cre­ated by chef and founder of Do­mes­ti­, she has as­sem­bled amaz­ingly de­li­cious, yet de­cep­tively healthy recipes for guys (as well as the peo­ple who love them)! In ad­di­tion to these recipes, they are ac­com­pa­nied by full-color pho­tog­ra­phy which will only en­cour­age you to want to make these dishes, whether it's for gameday, friends who are com­ing over or for an epic week­end of Net­flix and Chill. It seems that the op­tion of take­out just might be put on the back burner for now.

SLEEP­ING BEAU­TIES Si­mon and Schus­ter Stephen King + Owen King

We're def­i­nitely in­trigued about Sleep­ing Beau­ties which is writ­ten by mas­ter hor­ror/thriller writer Stephen King and his son, Owen King. They push the en­ve­lope with a sim­ple ques­tion, what would hap­pen if women were to dis­ap­pear

from the world of men?

Ev­ery­thing starts when women go to sleep, they be­come shrouded in a co­coon-like gauze. If you at­tempt to awaken them or if the gauze wrap­ping their bod­ies is dis­turbed, the women be­come feral and spec­tac­u­larly vi­o­lent. But when they stay asleep, they go to an­other place of peace where con­flict rarely takes place and har­mony reigns.

Only one woman, Eve Black is im­mune to this sleep­ing con­di­tion. This causes the all male com­mu­nity to won­der what they should do about her as they move to­wards vi­o­lence.

All of this takes place in a small Ap­palachian town whose pri­mary em­ployer is a women’s prison.


Hulu Orig­i­nal

We're get­ting all the bit­ter­sweet feels of the up­com­ing sea­son of The Mindy Project which is air­ing it's fi­nal sea­son start­ing on Sept 12th!

Dry your tears and get ready for the last sea­son which has a num­ber of fa­vorites as we fol­low Mindy Lahiri, a skilled OB/GYN, as she con­tin­ues to walk to­wards per­fec­tion - as a woman, find­ing the ideal guy and of course rid­ing off into the sun­set of - per­fec­tion.

Al­though it's the fi­nal act, we know that it will be filled with great jokes, nods to an ar­ray of pop cul­ture ref­er­ences and so much more.


Net­flix Orig­i­nal Se­ries

We're all aware of Mother Monster as a per­former, en­ter­tainer and even an ac­tress. If you fol­low her on­line, you have a sense of who she is, what she sup­ports and how much her fans mean to her as well as how she pushes the en­ve­lope. In the Net­flix Orig­i­nal, GAGA: Five Foot Two, we get an­other glimpse of this icon as some­one who is re­flect­ing on her life as she is liv­ing it with a num­ber of ob­sta­cles that she con­tin­ues to con­front.

In this documentary, the pop provo­ca­teur in her own words re­leases a new al­bum, preps for her Su­per Bowl half­time show, and con­fronts phys­i­cal and emo­tional strug­gles.

Fans hear her share the du­al­ity of her life which in­cludes ma­jor suc­cess and bench­marks while try­ing to un­der­stand the bal­ance of her re­la­tion­ships and why she doesn't achieve these per­sonal wants and

needs. We also see how she has been bat­tling pain while still per­form­ing as she doesn't want to let her fans down. She also show­cases her vul­ner­a­bil­ity as well as fiercely stick­ing up for her­self in her ad­mi­ra­tion with Madonna while also feel­ing snubbed by the icon.

In a nut­shell, she re­veals an­other layer to her mu­sic, how she goes about her work in de­tail and more as a means to al­low her au­di­ence to un­der­stand her even more on Sept 22nd.



Even be­fore Sea­son 4 launches on Sept 22nd, Trans­par­ent has al­ready been green­lit for a 5th sea­son. But be­fore you're dream­ing of what will come up in those episodes, fans of the show will en­joy be­ing thrown back into the fam­ily dy­nam­ics of the Pf­ef­fer­mans as they strugle with their in­ter­nal and ex­ter­nal bat­tles. Their jour­ney takes them to Is­rael which is where most of the sea­son takes place as each mem­ber finds their way through what they are deal­ing with in­di­vid­u­ally and/or col­lec­tively.

If you have yet to catch up on pre­vi­ous sea­sons, now is a good time to do a proper binge for this award win­ning show.

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