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Book Review: ‘Leading Imperfectly’ by James Robilotta

Leading Imperfectly: The Value of Being Authentic for Leaders, Professionals, and Human Beings by James Robilotta

New book, 'Leading Imperfectly' by James Robilotta, claims true leadership lies in acknowledging human imperfections. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Long Utopia’ by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter

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If you enjoy science fiction you will be pleased with 'The Long Utopia' - a step into an exciting new future. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Legend Of Fast Eddie,’ Crime Fiction by Anthony Murillo

The Legend of Fast Eddie

Anthony Murillo may have revamped an urban legend, but he knows how to tell a story. Read More »

Book Review: ‘ReLovenship: Look Within to Love Again!’ by Mario P. Cloutier and Diane Sawaya Cloutier

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ReLovenship™ - Look Within to Love Again! shows you how to internalize your intention to find a new, companionable relationship Read More »

Book Review: ‘James Madison: A Life Reconsidered’ by Lynne Cheney

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A reconsideration of one of the co-writers of the U.S. constitution reads like one of Gore Vidal's history-based novels. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Business of Family: How to Stay Rich for Generations’ by Linda Davis Taylor

New book gives advice on managing family owned businesses

New book looks at effective ways to manage, grow and sustain family owned businesses for generations. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Scorpion Rules’ by Erin Bow

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'The Scorpion Rules', a riveting new YA model set in a dystopian future to rival 'The Hunger Games.' Read More »

Book Review: ‘Work Rules!’ by Laszlo Bock

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Laszlo Bock celebrates Google in his new book. Prospective Googlers, it could also be your ticket to a job there. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Angry Optimist: The Life and Times of Jon Stewart’

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'Angry Optimist' is a mostly fluffy and, at times, disjointed look at the host of 'The Daily Show.' Read More »

Book Review: ‘Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye: The Barbara Payton story’

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O'Dowd maintains a passionate tone, almost febrile in some passages, throughout this extensive and methodical biography of an underrated performer whose career was truncated by her terrible death at only 39. Read More »