Monday , May 25 2020

Books

Book Review: ‘Losing My Misery’ by Bobby Long

In the collection of poetry 'Losing My Misery' Bobby Long certainly has a way with words, and while his words do not flow to my ear like those of Dylan Thomas, or for that mater Bob Dylan, he is skilled a expressing both wry humor and many other shades of emotion from despair to hope and contentment within the poetiic franework, with or without music.

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Book Review: ‘The Driver in the Driverless Car: How Our Technology Choices Will Create the Future,’ by Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever

The Driver in the Driverless Car by Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever is a fascinating look at the consequences of wholeheartedly adopting new technologies as a society. What do we gain, and what might we lose?

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Interview with Liza Treviño, Author of ‘All That Glitters: A Tale of Sex, Drugs and Hollywood Dreams’

Interview with Liza Trevino author of 'All That Glitters: A Tale of Sex, Drugs, and Hollywood Dreams': "Draw inspiration from everything, always be curious about the world around you and you’ll never want for inspiration or stories."

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Book Review: ‘Transforming Memories: Sharing Spontaneous Writing Using Loaded Words,’ by Liz Crocker, Polly Bennell, and Holly Book

'Transforming Memories' by Liz Crocker, Polly Bennell, and Holly Book celebrates the power of spontaneous writing to unlock and unburden. It's a powerful guidebook on healing — using the power of words.

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Book Review: ‘The Ultimate Business Tune Up: A Simple Yet Powerful Business Model That Will Transform the Lives of Small Business Owners’ by Rich Allen

'The Ultimate Business Tune Up' by Rich Allen is a savvy, no-nonsense guidebook to making sure your business survives. It's a welcome addition to any entrepreneur's library, and well worth the read.

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