Casa Penguin Random House introduced the novelties that they carry your stamps and authors

Texts by Rosa Montero and John Bargh

César D. Rodríguez Flórez &#8211

The Penguin Random Home publishing group introduced some of the most important novelties that have been published in modern months by the labels and authors that are component of the business.

Among the possibilities are nationwide and worldwide authors that represent a sturdy motion in phrases of sales to the publishing residence.
One of them is the Spanish Rosa Montero, who presented her function &#8216Nosotras &#8211 Historias de mujeres y algo más&#8217, in which she provides 90 new portraits and a way to glimpse the complicated richness of women&#8217s contribution to common existence.

&#8220The invisible portion of the iceberg of silenced protagonists commences to emerge now, and has colossal proportions. There have been ladies at all instances undertaking memorable issues, &#8220says the creator in his overview.

An additional proposal that delivers the publishing house is that of the American John Bargh with his title &#8216Why do we do what we do? &#8211 The energy of the unconscious&#8217, a guide that he himself describes as &#8220revolutionary and outstanding&#8221.

In its web pages, Bargh expresses what science understands about the influence of the unconscious on essential facts of lifestyle these kinds of as the selection of a partner, what is purchased, exactly where one lives, among others.

The national quota of the novelties introduced by Random Property comes on behalf of Alonso Salazar Jaramillo with his function &#8216La parábola de Pablo&#8217, in which he talks about the increase and tumble of drug lord in Colombia, Pablo Escobar Gaviria.

The creator Paula Moreno is the other national representative that seems in the record, pus in the course of the previous times offered the e-book &#8216The electrical power of the invisible&#8217.

Other textbooks presented by the publishing residence ended up &#8216The tough canines do not dance&#8217 by the Spanish Arturo Pérez-Reverte, as nicely as &#8216Einstein for perplex&#8217 by the Chileans José Edelstein and Andrés Gomberoff.