"Very few people knew I was writing a book, but those who did encouraged me to keep plugging away."
"In many ways it’s a study in human nature — how the criminal mind works and what mistakes will lead to his or her capture."
"The humorous story will have you knee-deep in the characters' addictions before you know it."
"Never make career decisions while waiting on a man with a knitting needle who intends to stab you in the mouth with it."
"The main message I am attempting to convey with this book is that finding a job is a full-time job."
"Readers and editors kept suggesting that I make a compilation of columns in book form."
“…the staff copy editor missed over 120 simple spelling and grammar mistakes in my manuscript. This added an extra month of frustrating work…”
Those younger and older are tired of hearing about our generation, but nothing they take for granted could have come without what went before.
Malcolm Gladwell's new book Outliers seems to tell us things that we already know.
"I poured through everything about the Congo I could find ... then I traveled to Central Africa to see what it was really like."