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The Letter Writer: Book Review
"I enjoyed reading this book. The characters were portrayed very well. Jack, a multimillionaire who experiences mid-life crisis and ends up finding meaning to his life - but it costs him millions of dollars and emotional pain. Adele is a heavy-drinking, free-living, multimillionaire with an independent mind and a sense of humor. Wendy, a single mother who finds the love of her life. Mixed up educators playing with their students' lives in their conquest and the retiring professor who resists this plot has a big secret. A married advisor carries on an affair with another man and when he is discovered, he thinks his world has ended.
I would say this fiction is a light comedy that is quite entertaining and has some romance elements as well. Author Robert Mercer-Nairne brings attention to common human frailties with a sense of fun. He clearly reveals the desire to 'get rich quick' in North American Society. Members of this society tend to hear what we WANT to hear and perceive the greener pasture out there somewhere - rather than in the here and now.
Readers are shown the foolishness of following others blindly and the danger of where our greed can take us. Innocents can have their life irrevocable altered by someone else's desire to climb a corporate or social ladder. The benefit of spiritual leaders to help ground the characters in this novel, helping them learn to forgive themselves and move on in life is used at several points in the story.
I recommend this book for anyone looking for a light, entertaining read."
~ Lillian Brummet - Book Reviewer - Co-author of the book Trash Talk, a guide for anyone concerned about his or her impact on the environment Author of Towards Understanding, a collection of poetry.
By the Book: Abby Wambach The New York Times
The soccer star, whose new book is âWolfpack,â began the sport because of a how-to guide from the library. âI scored 27 goals in my first three games. I guess I ...
Book Review: 'Normal People,' By Sally Rooney NPR
Sally Rooney avoids a sophomore slump with Normal People, a will-they-won't-they love story with sympathetic protagonists whose lives are complicated by ...
Briefly Noted Book Reviews The New Yorker
The Five, by Hallie Rubenhold (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). The five London women murdered by Jack the Ripper, in 1888, were long assumed to be prostitutes.
Comic Book Reviews for This Week: 4/17/2019 Comicbook.com
Welcome to this week in comic book reviews! The staff have come together to read and review nearly everything that released today. It isn't totally ...
Book Review: 'Pickle's Progress' By Marcia Butler NPR
Marcia Butler's new novel centers on a drunken, bickering couple whose lives are turned upside down after a car crash. It's a deeply weird book that succeeds ...
10 new science fiction and fantasy books to check out in late April The Verge
The later half of April brings a new crop of science fiction and fantasy books, including a much-anticipated new book from Rebecca Roanhorse, a new space ...
The robot revolution is coming: Will there be any room left for us? The Washington Post
Half a century ago, Philip K. Dick asked, âDo Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?,â and now Ian McEwan is sure those androids are pulling the wool over our ...
What Pulitzer Prize-Nominated Books Should You Read First? The New York Times
The winners of the Pulitzer Prizes, which honor excellence in journalism, arts and letters, were announced on Monday. Here are reviews of the 15 books that ...
Book Review: 'Women Talking,' By Miriam Toews NPR
Miriam Toews' new novel follows a group of women in an isolated religious colony as they struggle to reconcile their faith with a series of horrific sexual assaults ...
Book Review: 'The Other Americans,' By Laila Lalami NPR
Carve out some reading time before you pick up Laila Lalami's new novel The Other Americans. You won't want to get up from your chair for some time, maybe ...
Book Review: 'Trust Exercise,' By Susan Choi NPR
Book groups, meet your next selection. Trust Exercise, Susan Choi's powerful fifth novel, will give you plenty to talk about. At 257 pages, it's not a major time ...
The Week in Books The New York Times
Salman Rushdie on a âdazzlingâ debut novel, Bret Easton Ellis, the birth of American Modernism and more.
110 years of America book reviews America Magazine
America has published thousands of book reviews over 110 years...and some of them were more spot-on than others...
Could A Novel Lead Someone To Kill? 'Murder By The Book' Explores The Notion NPR
Author Claire Harman writes that one reason FranĂ§ois Benjamin Courvoisier gave for why he murdered his boss Lord William Russell in 1840 was that he ...
Ruth Reichlâs Delicious New Memoir The New York Times
Reichl discusses âSave Me the Plums,â and Emily Bazelon talks about âCharged.â
Is Sally Rooneyâs New Novel as Great as Her First? The New York Times
Like âConversations With Friends,â âNormal Peopleâ also traces a young romance in Ireland.
Who Reviews the Reviewer? Gizmodo
Writer Paul Constant made a career out of reviewing books. Now his very first comic, Ahoy's timey-wimey high school drama Planet of the Nerds, is hitting ...
Book Review: 'Small Town Hearts,' By Lillie Vale NPR
Lillie Vale's new young adult novel follows Babe Vogel, who's perfectly happy in her small town life, even though her friends have mostly moved on â until a ...
Lincoln Police officer encourages kids to read with fun book reviews 1011now
As parents look for ways to get their kids to turn off the television and pick up a book, Lincoln Police say they're working on a fun way to do just that.
The Chernobyl Disaster in Full The New York Times
Adam Higginbotham talks about his sweeping new history of the nuclear accident and its aftermath, and Nellie Bowles discusses Clive Thompson's âCoders.â
Critical Carlos reads âHealthy Hollyâ The Washington Post
Washington Post book critic Carlos Lozada reads "Healthy Holly," the book series that has landed Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh (D) in a political scandal ...
11 New Books We Recommend This Week The New York Times
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Striking a Balance Between Fear and Hope on Climate Change The New York Times
Bill McKibben's new book, âFalter,â takes a mostly grim view of our willingness to avert environmental disaster. But he leaves open the possibility that we may yet ...
8 New Books We Recommend This Week The New York Times
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Book Review: Normal People, By Sally Rooney, Is A Nuanced Love Story NPR
Marianne is a social pariah, Connell is a football player. Sally Rooney's nuanced, flinty love story opens in a small town in Ireland, where two teens who "get" ...
Book Review: 'She Could Fly,' By Christopher Cantwell NPR
Christopher Cantwell's new graphic novel follows teenaged Luna, who's struggling with mental health issues and finds a kind of hope in the appearance of a ...
Book Review: 'Little Boy,' By Lawrence Ferlinghetti NPR
As he approaches his 100th birthday, the legendary Beat poet and publisher has a new book. Billed as his "literary last will and testament," Little Boy is part ...
Salman Rushdie Reviews a Sweeping Debut About the Roots of Modern Zambia The New York Times
In âThe Old Drift,â Namwali Serpell spins a multigenerational, magical-realist tale of the East African nation from colonialism to the future.
10 New Books We Recommend This Week The New York Times
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Book Review: 'The Luminous Dead,' By Caitlin Starling NPR
The astronaut alone in their capsule. The explorer stranded far from home. The one who wakes to the flickering light and failing systems of their underground ...
Chelsea Girls by Fiona Davis Authorlink
Explore More Âˇ Buy This Book on Amazon Âˇ Buy This Book on Barnes&Noble Âˇ Buy This Book Online. Chelsea Girls. Fiona Davis. Dutton 2019.
Book Review: National Poetry Month Edition The Lake Front
It is National Poetry Month and to celebrate I have been sharing a poem a day in a Facebook and Twitter thread. Reading poetry has been a huge blessing in my ...
The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust, book review: Driving networks to consensus - ZDNet
The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust, book review: Driving networks to consensus ZDNet
Blockchain: what is it good for? Plenty, argues Kevin Werbach, but it may be decades before its transformative influence is fully realised.
âMiracle Creekâ: a twisty legal thriller that shows how far parents will go for their kids - SF Gate
âMiracle Creekâ: a twisty legal thriller that shows how far parents will go for their kids SF Gate
One page into Angie Kim's debut novel, âMiracle Creek,â and I was already reaching for my phone to Google âhyperbaric oxygen therapyâ (also known as HBOT).
Sally Rooneyâs âNormal Peopleâ Explores Intense Love Across Social Classes - The New York Times
Sally Rooneyâs âNormal Peopleâ Explores Intense Love Across Social Classes The New York Times
Sally Rooney's sentences are droll, nimble and matter-of-fact. There's nothing particularly special about them, except for the way she throws them. She's like one ...
The Object of Your Affections by Falguni Kothari Authorlink
Explore More Âˇ Buy This Book on Amazon Âˇ Buy This Book on Barnes&Noble Âˇ Buy This Book Online. The Object of Your Affections. Falguni Kothari. Graydon ...
Book Review: 'Optic Nerve,' By MarĂa Gainza NPR
Optic Nerve, the Argentine writer MarĂa Gainza's first novel, tells the reader very little about its protagonist. Her name is MarĂa, like her creator; she's an art critic ...
In 'White' Bret Easton Ellis Falls Victim To The Behavior He Criticizes NPR
"Sometime in the last few years," American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis writes in White, his aggrieved new book about political correctness, he began feeling ...
Book Review: 'The Old Drift,' By Namwali Serpell NPR
Namwali Serpell's lush, sprawling new novel is a speculative history â and future â of Zambia, from colonialism to an ill-fated space program and the age of ...
Book Review: 'Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss' NPR
Rajeev Balasubramanyam's fourth novel follows a cantankerous yet sympathetic economics professor whose life is upended after he fails yet again to win a ...
The Debut Novel That Rules the Best-Seller List The New York Times
Shortly after Delia Owens's âWhere the Crawdads Singâ was published last Aug. 14, Reese Witherspoon picked it as a selection for her Hello Sunshine book ...
In âWorking,â Robert A. Caro Gives Us a Brief Look at the Process of Writing His Epic Books - The New York Times
In âWorking,â Robert A. Caro Gives Us a Brief Look at the Process of Writing His Epic Books The New York Times
Avid readers of Robert A. Caro may greet his new book, âWorking: Researching, Interviewing, Writing,â with a mixture of excitement and trepidation. On the one ...
Military Book Review Churchill's Thin Grey Line: British Merchant Ships at War 1939â1945 - Strategy Page
Military Book Review Churchill's Thin Grey Line: British Merchant Ships at War 1939â1945 Strategy Page
by Bernard Edwards. Barnsley, Eng.: Pen & Sword / Philadelphia: Casemate Publishers, 2018. Pp. x, 244. Illus., biblio., index. $34.95. ISBN: 1526711664.
Laila Lalami: By the Book The New York Times
The author, most recently, of the novel âThe Other Americansâ first read Zora Neale Hurston five years ago: âI was knocked out by her eye for detail.â What books ...
âThe Old Driftâ Is a Dazzling Debut Spanning Four Generations The New York Times
Namwali Serpell's first novel is about the fortunes of three families with ties to Zambia, the landlocked country in southern Africa.
By the Book: Henry Louis Gates Jr. The New York Times
The scholar and host of the PBS series âReconstruction,â whose latest books are âDark Sky Risingâ and âStony the Road,â is a productive beach reader: âI read ...
Behind the matronly image, an influential first lady The Washington Post
My one and only meeting with first lady Barbara Bush came just six months before she died. The occasion was the 20th anniversary celebration of her husband's ...
How to get the most out of online reviews Star Tribune
In the world of online shopping , often buyers will purchase an item only after they see that other people also like it. And the easiest way to find out consumer ...
In 'Southern Lady Code,' Helen Ellis Brings Her Hilarity To Southern Manners NPR
Amid disquisitions on the importance of thank-you notes and a hilariously graphic description of a mammogram, Ellis occasionally ventures into more weighty ...
Book Review: 'The True Queen,' By Zen Cho NPR
Zen Cho's followup to her Regency fantasy of manners Sorceror to the Crown builds solidly on the world she's invented, mixing historical froth with real ...
Two New Books Dramatically Capture the Climate Change Crisis The New York Times
In David Wallace-Wells's âThe Uninhabitable Earthâ and Nathaniel Rich's âLosing Earth,â we have a picture of the increasingly dire problem of global warming.
Book Review: Building a Foundation in Environmental Science GotScience.org
Citizen Science is a foundational text for this type of research in environmental science and beyond, relevant for researchers, educators, and volunteers.
Why Are We Feeling So Bad When Life Is So Good? Two Books Want Us to Accentuate the Positive - The New York Times
Why Are We Feeling So Bad When Life Is So Good? Two Books Want Us to Accentuate the Positive The New York Times
The Right Side of History,â by Ben Shapiro, and âClear and Present Safety,â by Michael A. Cohen and Micah Zenko, declare current pessimism is totally ...
'The Lost Gutenberg' Traces One Bible's 500-Year Journey NPR
The depth of Margaret Leslie Davis' research on the tome's history cannot be understated â her writing is straightforward and, at times, heartbreaking, but ...
Comic Book Reviews: 'Dark Red' and 'Little Bird' Louisville Eccentric Observer
'Dark Red' No. 1. Writer/co-creator Tim Seeley and artist/co-creator Corin Howell Review by Krystal Moore, The Great Escape Louisville. Chip, an unassuming ...
Book Review: 'Giraffes On Horseback Salad' NPR
When Salvador DalĂ met Harpo Marx, he was so infatuated that he wrote a treatment for a surreal Marx Brothers film, Giraffes on Horseback Salad. The film didn't ...
A Psychotherapist Analyzes Her Patientsâ Stories â and Her Own The New York Times
Lori Gottlieb's âMaybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealedâ is a treasure trove of stories and hard-earned advice.
By the Book: Julia Alvarez The New York Times
The author of novels including âIn the Time of the Butterflies,â just reissued for its 25th anniversary, has always been taken with Milton's Satan: âSorry, God, but ...
Preet Bhararaâs Lessons on Crime and Punishment The New York Times
Doing Justice,â Bharara's new book, is not only a memoir but also a manual on how the justice system is a guide to life.
What's the Deal With George W.S. Trow The Nation
His influential media criticism is vital for understanding the effects of the social media era on the culture industry.
The Life of Sandra Day OâConnor The New York Times
Evan Thomas talks about âFirst,â his new biography of O'Connor, and Mitchell S. Jackson discusses âSurvival Math.â
Machines Like Me by Ian McEwan review â intelligent mischief The Guardian
McEwan returns to his subversive early style with this dystopian vision of humanoid robots in a counterfactual 1982 Britain.
In Praise of Public Libraries | by Sue Halpern The New York Review of Books
Years ago, I lived in a remote mountain town that had never had a public library. The town was one of the largest in New York State by area but small in ...
Book review (nonfiction): In 'I.M.,' fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi details his childhood - and his escape - Richmond.com
Book review (nonfiction): In 'I.M.,' fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi details his childhood - and his escape Richmond.com
In the final scene of âUnzipped,â a documentary that chronicles the launch of designer Isaac Mizrahi's 1994 fall collection, its subject rises at dawn and heads to ...
Book Review: Danny Goldbergâs âServing the Servantâ is a Fascinating Account of His Years Inside Nirvanaâs Drama - Rolling Stone
Book Review: Danny Goldbergâs âServing the Servantâ is a Fascinating Account of His Years Inside Nirvanaâs Drama Rolling Stone
On March 25, 1994 â just 11 days before Kurt Cobain died by suicide â Danny Goldberg flew to Seattle in a desperate attempt to save his life. âI felt impotent,â ...
David Brooks writes about social contributions in 'The Second Mountain' STLtoday.com
David Brooks has won a following as a moderate conservative on the op-ed page of The New York Times and also as the polite and thoughtful sparring partner ...
Looking Back at âA Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Geniusâ The New York Times
In his 2000 memoir, âA Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius,â Dave Eggers becomes the steward of his brother after their parents die within weeks of each ...
A comedy legendâs seriously bad behavior The Washington Post
Patrick McGilligan's new biography, âFunny Man: Mel Brooks,â seeks to undermine the cultivated image of the lovable, goofy uber-Jew who has worked in film, ...
The surprising comfort of a new book about death The Washington Post
Katy Butler's âThe Art of Dying Wellâ is a no-nonsense guide to the inevitable.
In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close encounters with addiction Nursing Times
'This book is filled with compassion and honesty and offers a *fresh* approach to understanding life with addiction'.
Book Review, 'Guestbook,' By Leanne Shapton NPR
Leanne Shapton's new short story collection feels like walking through an art gallery, each piece linked in ways that are ineffable but clear. And many sections ...
The Case for Trump: Chemotherapy for Our Body Politic National Review
A review of The Case for Trump, by Victor Davis Hanson.
Robert A. Caro, Private Eye The New York Times
Caro's âWorking: Researching, Interviewing, Writingâ describes a lifetime of digging for facts.
Book review:" THE CHIEF: The Life and Turbulent Times of Chief Justice John Roberts'' by Joan Biskupic - The Boston Globe
Book review:" THE CHIEF: The Life and Turbulent Times of Chief Justice John Roberts'' by Joan Biskupic The Boston Globe
Joan Biskupic's biography of the chief justice comes as interest in the Supreme Court is sky high.
Book Review: Star Wars: Master & Apprentice Fantha Tracks
Matt Neve reviews Master & Apprentice by Claudia Gray,
The Parisian by Isabella Hammad review â Middlemarch with minarets The Guardian
This sprawling saga inspired by the author's family history marks the arrival of a startling new talent.
Book Review: How Nations Succeed: Manufacturing, Trade, Industrial Policy and Economic Development by Murat A. YĂźlek - USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)
Book Review: How Nations Succeed: Manufacturing, Trade, Industrial Policy and Economic Development by Murat A. YĂźlek USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)
In How Nations Succeed: Manufacturing, Trade, Industrial Policy and Economic Development, Murat A. YĂźlek offers insight into forward- and outward-looking.
The female Supreme Court justice who led the way for others The Washington Post
Evan Thomas explores the life and career of Sandra Day O'Connor.
Horizon by Barry Lopez review â nature in the raw The Guardian
A lifelong wanderer's tale of harsh landscapes is powerful but opaque.
What Your Therapist Is Thinking About in That Therapy Session The New York Times
We are all familiar with the Epiphany. You know what it is: that moment in therapy when you finally realize exactly why it is you do whatever crazy thing you do.
Sally Rooney's Normal People feels both universal and thrillingly new: EW review - Entertainment Weekly News
Sally Rooney's Normal People feels both universal and thrillingly new: EW review Entertainment Weekly News
The 'Conversations With Friends' author returns with a moodier, deeper new novel.
Jojo Moyesâs âThe Peacock Emporiumâ is a far cry from âMe Before Youâ - The Washington Post
Jojo Moyesâs âThe Peacock Emporiumâ is a far cry from âMe Before Youâ The Washington Post
Caveat Jojo Moyes fans: If you're all about Lou and the bumblebee tights Will gave her, you won't find any of that whimsical pathos in âThe Peacock Emporium.
[Review] 'Scary Stories' Documentary is a Fascinating and Loving Examination of the Iconic Book Series - Bloody Disgusting
[Review] 'Scary Stories' Documentary is a Fascinating and Loving Examination of the Iconic Book Series Bloody Disgusting
Most of us have some connection to Alvin Schwartz's iconic book series Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. These are the books that we would stay up at nigh.
'The Problem Of Democracy' Looks At Personality's Role In U.S. Leadership NPR
A new book focuses on how the Adams father-son duo spent years abroad making a case for our young country â yet both saw themselves rejected in favor of ...
Domestic Confidential: What Happens When a New Motherâs Home Becomes a âJob Siteâ - The New York Times
Domestic Confidential: What Happens When a New Motherâs Home Becomes a âJob Siteâ The New York Times
The dainty slippers pictured on the cover of âWomen's Workâ may have been a marketing ploy on the part of the publisher, but the image is so precious, so trite ...
A Peerless Chronicler of the 1970s and â80s Turns Her Gaze on Generation Y The New York Times
Ann Beattie's new novel, âA Wonderful Stroke of Luck,â follows its protagonist from prep school in 2001 into his 30s today.
A Novel Whose Hero Is a Man Divided, as Is His Native Palestine The New York Times
In âThe Parisian,â Isabella Hammad conjures up the Middle East between the two world wars, its tensions expressed in the coming-of-age of an Arab man.
Ian McEwan's novel Machines Like Me is gripping and pleasurably dizzying The Independent
The setting is a drab, divided England that has followed a slightly different path from ours but still subtly reflects our fractious land. âThe present is the frailest of ...
Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams review â timely and important The Guardian
It would make sense to describe Queenie, the debut novel by Candice Carty-Williams, as an important political tome of black womanhood and black British life, ...
Honoring the dead? Nathan Englanderâs âkaddish.comâ imagines thereâs an app for that. - The Washington Post
Honoring the dead? Nathan Englanderâs âkaddish.comâ imagines thereâs an app for that. The Washington Post
Philip Roth died just 10 months ago, and now his friend Nathan Englander has published a book called âkaddish.com.â I suspect that's not coincidental. There's ...
Why Logic Wrote a Novel The New York Times
The rapper, whose real name is Bobby Hall, has branched out with a debut novel, âSupermarket.â
Barry Lopez Travels to the Ends of the Earth, Seeking Glimmers of Hope The New York Times
In âHorizon,â the eminent environmentalist reconstructs decades' worth of his observations of the natural world, from the Arctic to Australia.
Spine-Chilling and Flesh-Crawling: The Latest Horror Fiction The New York Times
Great horror writing is more than cheap scares and bloody fingerprints. When it's really good, horror can push you up against the hard questions of existence.
A Writer Gets Candid About Marriage and Humiliation in âThe Trouble With Menâ - The New York Times
A Writer Gets Candid About Marriage and Humiliation in âThe Trouble With Menâ The New York Times
David Shields describes his new book as âa short, intensive immersion into the perils, limits and possibilities of human intimacy.â
The Mysteries of Friendship, Illuminated by Spooky Quantum Physics The New York Times
Nell Freudenberger's eloquent new novel, âLost and Wanted,â invokes cutting-edge science and the supernatural to plumb the ineffable in human relationships.
In T.C. Boyleâs Trippy New Novel, Characters Turn On, Tune In and Drop Lots of Acid - The New York Times
In T.C. Boyleâs Trippy New Novel, Characters Turn On, Tune In and Drop Lots of Acid The New York Times
Outside Looking Inâ explores the LSD-fueled escapades of Timothy Leary and his Harvard graduate students.
Broadway's Hadestown takes an epic musical journey to the underworld: EW review - Entertainment Weekly News
Broadway's Hadestown takes an epic musical journey to the underworld: EW review Entertainment Weekly News
As far as tales as old as time go, the stories of Greek mythology are pretty high up there, those epic stories of gods and men that have been told for thousands of ...
Best-Selling Books, Unusual Authors The New York Times
Alice Paul Tapper, who wrote âRaise Your Hand,â is just 11. And the author of the Expanse novels, James S. A. Corey, is really two men â Daniel Abraham and ...
Book Review: Ian North: art/work/words ArtsHub
A magnificent celebration of Ian North's rich and diverse artistic life.
Chris Cander: The Weight of a Piano | Bookworm | Book Reviews & Author Interviews | KCRW kcrw.com
Chris Cander's The Weight of a Piano explores characters with passionate attachments to things that have been lost.
Book Review: If You Are Over Fifty, You Are Entitled To Some Very Interesting Discounts On Travel:
Title: Unbelievably Good Deals and Great Adventures That You Absolutely Can't Get Unless You're Over 50 (2005-2006 Author: Joan Rattner Heilman ISBN: 0071438297 Publishers: McGraw-Hill:The following review was contributed by: NORM GOLDMAN: Editor of Bookpleasures.REVIEWNo age group represents such an enormous market of potential consumers than those over the age of fifty.
Cut to the Chase
The Review Diaries "If It Doesn't Go Up, Don't Buy It! By Albert W. Thomas She Unlimited Magazine Review by Veronica Marie Kettler"Cut to the Chase""Cut to the Chase" is exactly what Al Thomas sets forth to do is his book.
James Martells Methods and Yahoo
In James Martell's Affiliate Handbook, he mentions that he focuses on optimizing almost exclusively for Google, since they get the bulk of search engine traffic. But there's been a little bit of controversy lately about some of James's sites being penalized by Google.
Fun Works - AchieveMaxŽ Top Ten Book Review
Fun Works: Creating Places Where People Love to Work by Leslie YerkesBooks on this subject have been around for decades. I have many of them on my own bookshelves and have seldom referred to any of them in the spirit of research, study or bench marking.
Hug Your Customers - AchieveMaxŽ Top Ten Book Review
Don't panic. Jack Mitchell, the author of Hug Your Customers: The Proven Way to Personalize Sales and Achieve Astounding Results, isn't suggesting that you take his title literally.
Book Review: Christmas in Dairyland
Author/Publisher Christmas in Dairyland by LeAnn R. Ralph Published by LeAnn R.
Gilleland Poetry - Storoems and Poems - Review
"Retired professor of Microbiology, Harry Gilleland certainly has a variety of experiences and thought-provoking insights to share in his latest poetry book, Gilleland Poetry - Storoems and Poems. Harry's poetry has appeared at numerous establishments over the years and he has authored three books to date.
Profitable Growth Is Everyones Business - A Book Summary
The days of ruthless downsizing and drastic cost cutting are long gone. Nowadays, companies have realized that the best way to earn profit is only through growth - profitable growth.
Dont Eat This Book by Morgan Spurlock: Lightweight But Convincing Expose of the Fast Food Industry
For those of you who've been on another planet for the past year or so, Morgan Spurlock is a filmaker who spent an entire month eating nothing but McDonald's food and filming the decline in his health, expanding waistline and other alarming consequences of this damaging diet.The result was the gripping documentary, Super Size Me, which earned a well-deserved Oscar nomination.
The Leadership Challenge - AchieveMaxŽ Top Ten Book Review
The Leadership Challenge: The Most Trusted Source on Becoming a Better Leader by James M. Kouzes & Barry Z.
Give a Little - Book Review
This 310 page saga is Scott Underhill's second superbly written novel. I have had the pleasure of reviewing both of his books - and they are equally outstanding, yet profoundly different pieces of fiction.
Jesus and the Gnostic Cathars
These are some of the highlights of a connected story of Milesian/Phocaean/ Phoenician architects who allow 'his'-story to confuse the masses. It is still going on and we must try to change it.
Ferns Dragon - Book Review
"Fern's Dragon is a wonderfully fun read that stimulates the imagination of both young people and the young-at-heart alike. It is a good mystery-fantasy story that is artfully composed.
What Color Is Your Parachute? - A Book Summary
The best-selling job-hunter's bible for decades, this indispensable resource is a complete handbook for people who are on a quest to find their mission in life, or at the very least, the next good job that will put food on the table. Whether you are a fresh graduate, never finished a degree, or are searching for your deeper calling after many years of work, this is the book for you.
Thinking for a Change - AchieveMaxŽ Top Ten Book Review
John C. Maxwell is back again in Thinking for a Change: 11 Ways Highly Successful People Approach Life and Work to add to his more than 30 previous titles with his encouraging tone and down-to-earth writing style.
The World is Flat - This Book by Thomas L Friedman has Taken the Online Entrepreneurs by Storm
The New York Times' columnist visits India often. I read about his new book The World is Flat in his interview with a leading Indian National newspaper.
Atlanta Pastor Releases Book Of Life
Local Atlanta Pastor known for his charity work such as feeding the homeless, at risk youth and giving toys to children at Christmas time is releasing his first book entitled "Diary OF A Shattered Spirit". Pastor Adams says that this book will address some of the struggles and stresses that plaque our society today.
Review: eBook Secrets Exposed
If you want to make a lot of money with your own eBookand you only read one book on the subject in the next12 months, I strongly recommend that it's 'eBookSecrets Exposed' by Jim Edwards and David Garfinkel.The authors are both well qualified in this area.
The Inspired Heart: A Book Review
Spiritual food for the soul: Allow Jerry to take you on his magical and enlightening soul pilgrimage. As he invites you to accompany him along his life adventures, he introduces you to selfless acts of deep, human spirit and his fascinating relationships.
Magic Tricks - Book Reviews
Since the 1950's, Coin Magic by J.B.
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