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According to B.J. Fogg, a psychologist and professor at Stanford University who has studied behavior change for more than 20 years, doing something you don’t enjoy and subsequently failing to make it habitual is actually more detrimental to a mission for change than doing nothing at all. To create a real lifelong habit, the focus should be on training your brain to succeed at a small adjustments, then gaining confidence from that success, he argues.
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These works are set in a time period considered historical from the author's perspective, and the central plot involves the solving of a mystery or crime (usually murder). Though works combining these genres have existed since at least the early 20th century, many credit Ellis Peters's Cadfael Chronicles (1977-1994) for popularizing what would become known as the historical mystery. The increasing popularity and prevalence of this type of fiction in subsequent decades has spawned a distinct subgenre recognized by the publishing industry and libraries. Publishers Weekly noted in 2010 of the genre, "The past decade has seen an explosion in both quantity and quality.
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Time is the ultimate judge of wisdom. Ugh, I’m not even halfway done. When I read any of these books, I feel like a vampire. Thank you, author, for giving me your soul. That’s why reading is great. One of these days someone will eat my soul also. Welcome to Open Library (Open Library) 2015 Books We Can't Wait To Read. There's much to look forward to next year in the world of fiction.
Here, in order of release dates, are the books we can't wait to read in 2015: Almost Famous Women by Megan Mayhew Bergman Jan. 6 Megan Mayhew Bergman's first story collection, Birds of a Lesser Paradise, was a stunning meditation on the ways we interact with nature, and animals in particular. In a particularly moving story, the protagonist likens mother whales pushing their newborn calfs to the water's surface to her own compulsion to nurture. Her next collection, about women whose strange and various pursuits propelled them to near-fame, promises to be just as inspiring.
The Season of Migration by Nellie Hermann Jan. 6 Art history buffs might think they know all there is to know about van Gogh. A History of Loneliness by John Boyne Feb. 3 The author of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas returns with the story of an Irish priest who has endured recent, founded outcries against the church.