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The Little Mornings - Book Review
The Little Mornings, by C M Albrecht is a murder mystery with 262 absolutely absorbing pages. We have three main characters here - the grandfather, an alcoholic of questionable character, a slightly off balance woman (Angie) and an impressionable young man (Darcy) who becomes mixed up in a whirlwind of events. Murder, thievery and lies keep the unsteady relationship between Darcy and Angie on edge. Keeping a secret is no easy task, especially when someone else pops into the scene with inside knowledge to the truth. Darcy, unable to control the events, becomes another person entirely from the one we knew in the first few pages of the book.
Perhaps because I am a writer, and this book has to do with the publishing industry, I am partial to the theme. Grandfather's description of a writer's methods to reach their creative dreams had me laughing out loud - because it was so true. As were the frustrated, aspiring writers and the over worked publishers. I felt the book was very realistic in this regard.
I loved the first few paragraphs - they really pulled me in. I kept hearing Humphry Bogart's voice in my head narrating the story as I read along. I sat on the edge of an uncomfortable plastic chair 2 days ago and opened the first page to begin reviewing The Little Mornings. I meant to take only a ten-minute break from my day to enjoy the sunshine. The next thing I knew, my leg and butt-cheek were both completely numb and lifeless? and I was on page 50! So be warned, readers, this book may very well take you out of commission for a few days. I could not wait to get back to it every minute I had to spare!
~ 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.
Book Reviews for January Weber Sentinel News
I remember when my Mom gave The Tale of Despereaux to my oldest daughter when she was only 12 years old. She read it and then put in on the bookshelf for ...
Briefly Noted Book Reviews The New Yorker
North of Dawn, by Nuruddin Farah (Riverhead). This novel by a noted Somali probes the costs of migration through one family's experience. A secular ...
How Stephen King saved regional book reviews in Maineâs biggest daily paper Vox
Welcome to Vox's weekly book link roundup, a curated selection of the internet's best writing on books and related subjects. Here's the best the web has to offer ...
MWPA Saves Local Book Reviews with Boost from Stephen King Publishers Weekly
Backed by social media support from author and Maine resident Stephen King, a petition and lobbying effort by the Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance has ...
Book Review: 'The Other Woman' WSHU
A fun and games thriller, âThe Other Womanâ turns on intrigue about Russian espionage, and links present-day Russian attempts to sabotage Western.
Is there such a thing as too much self-care? One woman found out. The Washington Post
Marianne Power had me at hello. I'd only read a few pages of her blog-turned-memoir, âHelp Me!: One Woman's Quest to Find Out If Self-Help Really Can ...
A New Novel Conjures Liv Ullmann and Ingmar Bergman The New York Times
A. O. Scott talks about Linn Ullmann's new novel, and Judith Newman discusses new books about anxiety, mental illness and grief.
How Stephen King saved a local paper's book reviews section The National
King called on his legion of fans via Twitter, and in about 24 hours had dozens of new subscribers signing up for the near-defunct local reviews.
Jill Abramsonâs Book Charts Journalismâs Stormy Seas, With Some Personal Regrets and Score-Settling - The New York Times
Jill Abramsonâs Book Charts Journalismâs Stormy Seas, With Some Personal Regrets and Score-Settling The New York Times
Merchants of Truth,â by the former executive editor of The Times, offers a firsthand account of the news media's crisis.
Military Book Review Sparta: Fall of a Warrior Nation Strategy Page
by Philip Matyszak. Barnsley, Eng.: Pen & Sword / Philadelphia: Casemate, 2018. Pp. x, 166+. Illus., biblio., index. $32.95. ISBN:9 781473874725. Sparta in ...
What to Read About âGreen Bookâ and the Other Best Picture Nominees The New York Times
The Oscar nominees for best picture have been announced. Here's a rundown on the gossip, the politics and the critical response surrounding the eight ...
Review: Standing Out With THE AVANT-GUARDS #1 Monkeys Fighting Robots
Following on from a string of popular sporting themed comics, The Avant-Guards, published by BOOM! Studios, is a teen drama centered around a basketball ...
In 'Team of Vipers,' Former Trump Aide Cliff Sims Tells Tale Of Disillusionment NPR
In the movies, "Mr. Smith" stands by his principles and prevails in the capital. In Cliff Sims's story, told in a new book, the hero descends into disillusionment ...
Comic Book Reviews for This Week: 1/16/2019 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 ...
5 Tips for Self-Publishing a Book Times Square Chronicles
5 Tips for Self-Publishing a Book on Times Square Chronicles | Have you always wanted to see your words in print? Publishing a book used to be a drawn outâŠ
Melania & Trump's Relationship Is Not What People Think, According To A New Book Bustle
The relationship between President Trump and first lady Melania Trump has not generally been painted as the happiest by the media. One new book, though, ...
Godsend by John Wray â review | Books The Guardian
Wray tackles questions of gender and faith in this tale of a young American woman who joins the Taliban disguised as a man.
8 New Books We Recommend This Week The New York Times
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Elana Mugdan appearing at The Next Chapter Books & Novelties on Saturday - Butler County Times Gazette
Elana Mugdan appearing at The Next Chapter Books & Novelties on Saturday Butler County Times Gazette
Elana A. Mugdan's first novel, Dragon Speaker, was released in North America on Oct. 15, 2018. From 11 a. m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019, Mugdan will ...
Book review: A Map of Days: Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children The Sun Daily
Ransom Riggs certainly know how to keep you wanting more after the last page is read, in his fourth book which sees Jacob Portman and his other peculiar ...
Stephen King's horror prompts book review rethink by Portland paper The Guardian
Press Herald turns tweet aghast at plan to drop Maine *content* into chance to attract 100 digital subscriptions.
A Novelist Whoâs Made a Career Writing About âThe Only Woman in the Roomâ - The New York Times
A Novelist Whoâs Made a Career Writing About âThe Only Woman in the Roomâ The New York Times
As a 24-year-old corporate lawyer at Skadden, Arps in New York City in the mid-1990s, Marie Benedict was often the only woman in a room full of men â an ...
Team of Vipers review: Conway and Kelly bitten in loyalist tell-all The Guardian
Cliff Sims criticises staffers including Sarah Sanders, who 'didn't press as hard as she could for the rock-bottom truth'
'Prisoner' Is An Intimate Portrait Of One Journalist's Captivity In Iran NPR
Writer Jason Rezaian is unsparingly personal throughout the telling of his arrest, imprisonment and trial, writing of his childhood, family, visits with his wife â and ...
Whiskey Review: Little Book Chapter 2: Noe Simple Task The Whiskey Wash
Editor's Note: This whiskey was provided to us as a review sample by Beam Suntory. This in no way, per our editorial policies, influenced the final outcome of ...
The author of âCat Personâ has more stories to tell. Can they live up to the hype? - The Washington Post
The author of âCat Personâ has more stories to tell. Can they live up to the hype? The Washington Post
Several hundred debut short story collections are published each year, and of those, many are the result of years spent in a fiction MFA program, which typically ...
Superb Oddities: Robert Gottlieb Reviews a Biography of Edward Gorey The New York Times
In âBorn to Be Posthumous,â Mark Dery probes the âeccentric lifeâ and âmysterious geniusâ of the illustrator whose books have proved fiendishly irresistible.
A New History of Native Americans Responds to âBury My Heart at Wounded Kneeâ - The New York Times
A New History of Native Americans Responds to âBury My Heart at Wounded Kneeâ The New York Times
David Treuer's âThe Heartbeat of Wounded Kneeâ shows the history of American Indians as more than victimhood.
Exploring the Personal Legacy of Ingmar Bergman and Liv Ullmann The New York Times
In her novel âUnquietâ their daughter, Linn Ullmann, recaptures memories of her childhood, portraying a family that was splintered from the start.
A fascinating look inside the journal of a controversial German war hero The Washington Post
In 'A German Officer in Occupied Paris' Ernst JĂŒnger reveals himself as a politically complicated humanist.
Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia. What Everyone Needs To Know Nursing Times
' The author's lived and professional experience around AD and dementia is the greatest strength of this book. '
'When All Is Said' - Intimate character study of an elderly man looking back on his life - Independent.ie
'When All Is Said' - Intimate character study of an elderly man looking back on his life Independent.ie
At one point in Anne Griffin's first novel, the narrator reflects on an Irish kind of love that is.
Review: 'The Passage' Simmers When It Needs To Boil NPR
This FOX series based on the Justin Cronin trilogy combines the pulpiest elements of science-gone-awry thrillers with shlocky creature-features, but â early on ...
Solzhenitsyn in Exile National Review
Christopher Caldwell reviews Between Two Millstones, Book 1: Sketches of Exile, 1974â1978, by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
What the Fall of the Roman Republic Can Teach Us About America The New York Times
Mortal Republic,â by Edward J. Watts, examines parallels between ancient Rome and today's United States.
The Library Book by Susan Orlean â review The Guardian
An elegant history of the Los Angeles Public Library lauds both the building that survived a fire and its vivid patrons.
In 'The Birds, The Bees,' Teens Take On Sex Ed NPR
In Olivia Hinebaugh's new novel, a girl gets fed up with her school's abstinence-only classes and sets herself up as a sex ed expert, handing out condoms and ...
The Wall by John Lanchester review â dystopian fable for our time The Guardian
The Capital author's latest novel imagines a fortress UK walled in concrete and patrolled by young conscripts. All too plausibleâŠ
Hacker for Hire The New York Times
In âBreaking and Entering,â Jeremy Smith tells the story of a brilliant, larger-than-life computer scientist who runs her own boutique cybersecurity firm.
'Unmarriageable' Sets 'Pride And Prejudice' In Pakistan NPR
You may not think the world needs another retelling of Jane Austen's classic, but Soniah Kamal's Unmarriageable has an undercurrent of social and political ...
An Orchestra of Minorities by Chigozie Obioma â review The Guardian
A Nigerian chicken farmer is the victim of a scam in this mystical tragicomedy by the author of the Booker-shortlisted The Fishermen.
Book review: Operation Relentless â The worldâs Most Wanted Criminal; The Elite Forces Hunt to Catch Him - defenceWeb
Book review: Operation Relentless â The worldâs Most Wanted Criminal; The Elite Forces Hunt to Catch Him defenceWeb
Operation Relentless is the gripping story of the years-long effort to catch arms dealer Viktor Bout, nicknamed 'The Merchant of Death' and 'The Lord of War'.
Three Authors Consider Contemporary Politics, Anxiously The New York Times
New books examine disturbing trends in modern American society.
Twilight of the Elites by Christophe Guilluy review â France and a new class conflict - The Guardian
Twilight of the Elites by Christophe Guilluy review â France and a new class conflict The Guardian
Are bourgeois progressives to blame for the rise of the gilets jaunes? A controversial report on France.
Review: Godard's The Image Book is an archive of western failures NOW Magazine
The cinema titan's disenchantment is palpable in painterly essay film that examines war and violence using classic film and news footage.
Black Panther #8: Destiny Comic Watch
Wow, Ta-Nehisi Coates & Kevin Walker is pulling all the punches in Black Panther #8! They are reminding us some factors that made this saga so extraordinarily ...
The Fall and Rise of the Amir Sisters by Nadiya Hussain review The Independent
When Nadiya Hussain's first novel, The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters, came out in January 2018, it was deemed âlovelyâ, âfunnyâ and âbreezyâ. That all three ...
The Art of Life Admin by Elizabeth Emens review â how to do less and live more The Guardian
Do life's mundane tasks â paying bills, booking appointments â feel like a whole other job? Here's what to do.
12 films that don't deserve their 2019 Oscar nominations â sorry INSIDER
The Academy just released their Oscar nominations and while some nominations are well deserved, others are less so.
Book of the Week: Linda Burgess reviews Becoming by Michelle Obama The Spinoff
Linda Burgess on the biggest-selling, most-loved book of summer: Becoming, the memoir by Michelle Obama. Celebrity memoirs are usually written by someone ...
MotoGP Technology Third Edition book review Motorcycle.com
If you had to restrict yourself to one word to describe Neil Spalding's epic MotoGP opus, that word could be âdense.â The level of technological detail is over the ...
Will 'Green Book' controversies turn away Oscar voters? NBC News
Despite "Green Book" notching five Academy Award nominations Tuesday and best picture honors at the Producers Guild Awards over the weekend, the tale of ...
Review: Reclaim Your Life by Shelja Sen Hindustan Times
A book that helps navigate a way through trauma and mental health issues, Shelja Sen's Reclaim Your Life is about writing our own stories and finding meaning ...
When Comics Writers Defy Gender Norms The New York Times
In her column, Hillary Chute reviews four new graphic novels that use the form to challenge societal expectations about sex.
How The New York Times Book Review Chooses Its Reviewers New York Times
Stephen King, a recent Times reviewer, wrote back in 30 seconds and was a âdreamâ to edit. It's not always that easy.
The Most-Read Book Reviews of 2018 Publishers Weekly
We review more than 8000 books per year, and these were the 10 most-read reviews of books published in 2018.
Book of the Week: Steve Braunias reviews the new cookbook by Nadia Lim The Spinoff
Steve Braunias reviews the latest cookbook by Nadia Lim, and declares it a plate of two halves â half-dumb, half-divine. Bizarre cookbook. A large portion of ...
Meet the newly improved defenceWeb defenceWeb
*Fresh* from celebrating a decade in business, defenceWeb has relaunched its website, which now offers readers an improved, cleaner experience. The new ...
Everybody who loves books should check out âThe Library Bookâ The Washington Post
Susan Orlean had never burned a book before. The idea was repulsive to her, calling up images of Nazis tossing Torahs into the flames. But she wanted to know ...
Labyrinth: Coronation #9 â The More Things ChangeâŠ Comic Watch
Labyrinth: Coronation #9 is one of the best entries in the series so far and appears to be setting up an action-packed conclusion to a thus far great addition to the ...
How The Times Avoids Conflicts of Interest in Book Reviews The New York Times
Pamela Paul and two other editors of The New York Times Book Review explain how they use the section's long tradition as a âpolitical Switzerlandâ to try to ...
Times Criticsâ Top Books of 2018 The New York Times
The Times's staff critics give their choices of the best fiction and nonfiction works of the year.
Christopher Lehmann-Hauptâs Most Memorable Book Reviews The New York Times
Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, the influential critic who died earlier this week, wrote some 4,000 reviews and essays during his three-decade tenure covering ...
Stephen Kingâs Halloween book is shockingly . . . heartwarming? The Washington Post
Elevationâ is a slim, humane novel about the virtues of being neighborly.
Talking About the 10 Best Books of 2018 The New York Times
On a special episode of the podcast, taped live, editors from The New York Times Book Review discuss this year's outstanding fiction and nonfiction.
âGreen Bookâ Review: A Road Trip Through a Land of Racial ClichĂ©s The New York Times
âGreen Bookâ is a road movie set in 1962, long before Apple or Google Maps or Waze, but as it makes its way from New York to Alabama and back, you might ...
The 10 Best Books of 2018 The New York Times
The editors of The Times Book Review choose the best fiction and nonfiction titles this year.
The Library Fire That Ignited an Authorâs Imagination The New York Times
Susan Orlean's âThe Library Bookâ is an absorbing account of the 1986 fire that devastated the Los Angeles Central Library and a homage to libraries ...
Stephen King Reviews Tana Frenchâs âExtraordinaryâ New Novel The New York Times
In âThe Witch Elm,â squabbles and accusations rend an Irish family after kids find a human skull wedged in a tree on their property.
The debut books and authors to look out for in 2019 The Irish Times
We asked some writers to tell us about their debuts ahead of their publication.
Book review: John Grisham's latest, 'The Reckoning,' is good, bad, then good again. But there's still a problem - Deseret News
Book review: John Grisham's latest, 'The Reckoning,' is good, bad, then good again. But there's still a problem Deseret News
John Grisham's latest novel will have you moving around in your seat like a whacky roller coaster.
In Barbara Kingsolverâs âUnsheltered,â Trump is just the latest threat to Earthâs survival - The Washington Post
In Barbara Kingsolverâs âUnsheltered,â Trump is just the latest threat to Earthâs survival The Washington Post
The novel relates our current culture war to the battle over Darwin more than a century ago.
These Are Some of the Best Book Reviews Weâve Ever Read. A Sing Sing Prisoner Wrote Them Over a Century Ago. - The New York Times
These Are Some of the Best Book Reviews Weâve Ever Read. A Sing Sing Prisoner Wrote Them Over a Century Ago. The New York Times
âYou're a lobster if you don't read this one.â âFunny bone ticklers that are hot and crisp from the popper.â âWe'd like to have been able to hand him a few swift ...
Book Review: 'Keeping At It' by Paul Volcker Fortune
At 91, former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker pulls no punches in "Keeping At It: The Quest for Sound Money and Good Governance."
James Freyâs âKaterinaâ is a million little pieces of narcissism and may be the worst novel of the year - The Washington Post
James Freyâs âKaterinaâ is a million little pieces of narcissism and may be the worst novel of the year The Washington Post
The infamous novelist outdoes himself with a fictionalized account of his fall from grace.
âMilkmanâ â one of the most challenging books of the year â is also one of the most rewarding - The Washington Post
âMilkmanâ â one of the most challenging books of the year â is also one of the most rewarding The Washington Post
The delay didn't help. We've waited almost two months to get our hands on Anna Burns's âMilkman,â the novel that won the Man Booker Prize in London on Oct.
What does it mean to be Native American? A new novel offers a bracing answer. The Washington Post
Toward the end of Tommy Orange's devastating debut novel, a 4-year-old Native American boy keeps asking his grandma: âWhat are we? What are we?â (Knopf).
11 New Books We Recommend This Week The New York Times
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
In Barbara Kingsolverâs New Book, a Family Teeters on the Brink The New York Times
Unsheltered,â a big, gripping, emotionally complex novel on the same scale as âThe Poisonwood Bible,â explores what it means to have a safe place in the ...
Book Review: Stephen King's 'Elevation' celebrates a tolerant America The National
Ben East reviews the American author's latest novel, which tells the story of a man grappling with something supernatural.
Barbara Kingsolverâs New Novel Moves Between the Distant Past and the Troubled Present - The New York Times
Barbara Kingsolverâs New Novel Moves Between the Distant Past and the Troubled Present The New York Times
Unshelteredâ threads the story of a present-day family struggling in New Jersey with that of a 19th-century science teacher who had lived on the same property.
Becoming by Michelle Obama review â race, marriage and the ugly side of politics The Guardian
This revealing memoir offers new insights into her upbringing on the south side of Chicago and the highs and lows of life with Barack Obama.
Murder and music coincide in âDestroy All Monstersâ The Washington Post
Rock music has always had a kinship with violence, from Jerry Lee Lewis's flaming piano to the pantomimed gun deaths in Childish Gambino's recent âThis Is ...
After her son and husband died, Elaine Pagels wondered why religion survives The Washington Post
A rare lung disease killed Elaine Pagels's 6-year-old son, and then about a year later her husband fell to his death while mountain climbing. After that Job-like ...
Green Book review: how the movie flattens Americaâs racist history Vox.com
Green Book took home three Golden Globe Awards on Sunday for Best Comedy, Best Screenplay, and supporting actor Mahershala Ali â and that's hardly a ...
Bob Woodwardâs meticulous, frightening look inside the Trump White House The Washington Post
It's hard to imagine a more disturbing portrait of a president than the one Bob Woodward painted of Richard Nixon in his final days: paranoid, poisoned by power ...
âCome With Meâ: Love in the time of technology The Washington Post
Helen Schulman's âCome With Meâ delves into the interplay of technology and relationships with edgy, upsetting and tragic results. And yet, the story is also ...
âOhioâ explains how America got into this dark mess of alienation and frustration - The Washington Post
âOhioâ explains how America got into this dark mess of alienation and frustration The Washington Post
Stephen Markley's bruising novel offers a prehistory of now.
Gary Shteyngart takes aim at white male privilege The Washington Post
'Lake Success' skewers the clueless monied class but also has grander ambitions.
A novel attempt to understand the father of the atomic bomb The Washington Post
Louisa Hall's âTrinityâ uses fictional characters to revisit the life and legacy of Robert Oppenheimer.
Alice Walker: By the Book The New York Times
The author, most recently, of the poetry collection âTaking the Arrow Out of the Heartâ feels a duty to read about countries devastated by war: âThe suffering, ...
Haruki Murakami turns his gaze toward middle age The Washington Post
The Japanese novelist's latest, âKilling Commendatore,â has familiar flourishes but a *fresh* focus.
A hostage crisis erupts at an abortion clinic in Jodi Picoultâs âA Spark of Lightâ - The Washington Post
A hostage crisis erupts at an abortion clinic in Jodi Picoultâs âA Spark of Lightâ The Washington Post
The novelist sticks to her usual script â and that's not a bad thing â with this real-life-inspired story.
A cardiologist on matters of the heart The Washington Post
Sandeep Jauhar opens his new book, âHeart: A History,â with the story of a patient â Jauhar himself. Shortness of breath while climbing the stairs to his office ...
The âmost wounded man in the history of warâ comes home in âWaiting for Edenâ - The Washington Post
The âmost wounded man in the history of warâ comes home in âWaiting for Edenâ The Washington Post
Elliot Ackerman's latest novel, âWaiting for Eden,â is a classic triangle story of love and friendship, a ghost story, a captivity narrative and a study of human ...
Jenna Blumâs âThe Lost Familyâ is lost in needless detail The Washington Post
Jenna Blum's third novel, âThe Lost Family,â begins in 1965 and centers on an improbable couple: an elegant Auschwitz-survivor chef and his much younger ...
âBig Little Liesâ author Liane Moriarty is back with another page-turner The Washington Post
Nine Perfect Strangersâ is a locked-door mystery that makes the most of sustained tension.
In âBecoming,â Michelle Obama Mostly Opts for Empowerment Over Politics The New York Times
The former first lady's memoir is mostly about her childhood in Chicago, her marriage and her time in the White House, but she leaves room for some ...
John F. Kennedyâs assassination sets a thriller in motion in âNovember Roadâ - The Washington Post
John F. Kennedyâs assassination sets a thriller in motion in âNovember Roadâ The Washington Post
It is a moment in history we return to again and again: the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Entire libraries have been filled with volumes generated by this ...
BrenĂ© Brown knows what makes a great leader â and most politicians wouldnât make the cut - The Washington Post
BrenĂ© Brown knows what makes a great leader â and most politicians wouldnât make the cut The Washington Post
In âDare to Lead,â the researcher and TED Talk all-star turns her attention to the boardroom.
Primal Leadership - A Book Summary
Primal leadership takes center stage in this book. This concept goes beyond the set of conventional competencies on the making of a leader.
Enron Debacle: Review Of Kurt Eichenwalds Conspiracy Of Fools A True Story
Title: Conspiracy Of Fools: A True Story Author: Kurt Eichenwald Publisher: Broadway Books (A division of Random House) ISBN: 0767911784As I reached the end of the 675 - pages of Kurt Eichenwald's saga of Enron recounted in Conspiracy of Fools A True Story, I walked away shaking my head in disgust and at the same time shock!Award winning journalist, Eichenwald, has written for the New York Times for more than seventeen years. Letting the facts tell the story, Conspiracy of Fools, A True Story, is based on the author's more than one thousand hours of interviews he conducted with over a hundred participants.
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.
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.
Why The Dems Can't Stand Tom Delay & Tim LaHaye
THE MORAL OF THE STORYLou Dubose and Jan Reid's new book, THE HAMMER, a biography on House of Representatives Majority Whip Tom DeLay, is allegedly a story of God, Money, and the Rise of the Republican Congress-and just how Tom DeLay took advantage of Newt Gingrich and fellow Texan Dick Armey's Republican ascendancy and became himself the most powerful man in the House of Representatives. We'll get into the "God part" a lot more than the money and political parts for now-but just to warn you, the King of Tyre (money) and the King of Babylon (political power) have a whole lot to do about this most interesting story.
A Monster Named Criney who Makes Kids Whiney - Review
Excellent! The best children book of this genre that I have had the pleasure to review!A Monster Named Criney Who Makes Kids Whiney by Heather Zuckerman can be classified as a juvenile fiction geared for children aged between three and seven. Mood-setting bright color full pages greet the reader upon opening the durable cover.
The Cranberry Bog - Book Review
"Scott Underhill takes readers on a stimulating, emotional ride in his book The Cranberry Bog, an environmental suspense novel. Environment Engineer, Jeff Ridge works for the Environment Protection Agency.
Be the Captain of Your Lifes Ship
In his book, "Crossing the Unknown Sea: Work as a Pilgrimage of Identity," author David Whyte explores the concept of work from an internal perspective and how work allows us to become the individuals that we are. He refers to the works of the well-known poet and engraver, William Blake.
Book Review: Christmas in Dairyland
Author/Publisher Christmas in Dairyland by LeAnn R. Ralph Published by LeAnn R.
The Global Wolf Pack
Description:Intense action and gripping suspense characterize the seemingly real story about tax evation, money-laundering, intrigue and murder in corporate world.Book DescriptionThe fast-paced story about tax evasion, money-laundering, fraud, intrigue, and murder takes the reader from the outskirts of Munich to the vibrant vitality of Manhattan, from the South African wilderness to Tokyo's nightlife, from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong to the serenity of Alberobello in Italy.
The Southwest Airlines Way - AchieveMaxź Top Ten Book Review
Over the years, several books and countless magazine and newspaper articles have been written about Southwest Airlines. Numerous MBA programs highlight the Southwest structure, its culture, its CEO, its low fares and other reasons as to why it is the bright spot in an otherwise dismally performing industry.
Ideas Are Free - A Book Summary
Without great ideas, no organization can stay afloat, much less flourish. Managers and top executives are constantly struggling to come up with big ones - creative marketing strategies, ingenious cost-cutting schemes and other corporate solutions that will save time and money and improve productivity.
Geeks & Geezers - AchieveMaxź Top Ten Book Review
Geeks & Geezers: How Era, Values, and Defining Moments Shape Leaders by Warren G. Bennis & Robert J.
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.
Putting it on Paper - Book Review
"Dawn Josephson, author of 14 books, has written a fantastic author resource with her latest book Putting it on Paper - The ground rules for creating promotional pieces that sell books. This book discusses the development and use of contents within a media kit, and other marketing materials.
Book Review: Karmic Relationships
Karmic Relationships: Healing Invisible WoundsCharles Richards, Ph.D.
Book Review: Money Without Matrimony
MONEY WITHOUT MATRIMONY: The Unmarried Couples Guide to Financial Security, Sheryl Garrett and Debra Neiman, Dearborn Trade Publishing. Paperback $21.
Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life - AchieveMaxź Top Ten Book Review
Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life is another book focusing on the obvious. We've heard it all before.
Born Evil - Book Review
"Author of two books and many short stories, J.P.
Product Review: Quick and Easy Ways to Instantly Mine Pure Gold from WordTracker
The other day I was surfing the net looking for resources relating to WordTracker. WordTracker is, in my opinion, one of the top two market research tools on the net.
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