Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain Cain zeroes in on the specific strengths of introverts and how they make a difference. In a world that often sends the message that you should be an extrovert or at least act like one it’s good to be reminded of what introverts can do that extroverts can’t. Focus, patience, sensitivity, the ability to take strong positions without being antagonistic.
About the Author
Susan Cain is a graduate of Princeton and Harvard Law School who worked as a corporate lawyer before deciding to write Quiet and then devote herself to the cause of empowering introverts. Her book was a New York Times bestseller for well over a year, won numerous awards, and was translated into over 35 languages. Susan lives with her husband and two children on the banks of the Hudson River in New York
Face the Music: A life Exposed by Paul Stanley
The co-founder and famous “Starchild” frontman of KISS—reveals for the first time the incredible highs and equally incredible lows in his life both inside and outside the band. Face the Music is the shocking, funny, smart, inspirational story of one of rock’s most enduring icons and the group he helped create, define, and immortalize. He takes us back to his childhood in the 1950s and ’60s, a traumatic time made more painful thanks to a physical deformity. Born with a condition called microtia, he grew up partially deaf, with only one ear. But this instilled in him an inner drive to succeed in the most unlikely of pursuits: music.