Monthly Archives: September 2011

It’s Banned Books Week

I’m a bit late highlighting Banned Books Week, but this is a good case of better late than never. Visit the Banned Books Week website by clicking on this word website. Once there, click on the Mapping Censorship tab near … Continue reading

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Book Marketing, Part 5

Here’s a fun piece of book marketing, this one from Michael Moore as he promotes his memoir, Here Comes Trouble. You still have a few days (deadline October 1) to get your name in if interested. (Thx for tip from … Continue reading

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Book Review – On Relationship Networking

For those of you interested in improving your networking skills, take a look at my newest book review, located in the “Book Reviews” tab above. The book title is The 11 Laws of Likability.

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So Beautiful Is Paul Simon

Last spring my husband and I bought a copy of Paul Simon’s latest CD, So Beautiful or So What. Gary didn’t have time to listen to it right away, so I was with my own thoughts for the whole experience. … Continue reading

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Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11

It would be hard to determine a total for the number of ways people come across books they want to read. “Word of mouth” is a great catch-all term, but it can mean a zillion specific ways. For example, my … Continue reading

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Just Another Puzzle

I enjoy puzzles. Crossword puzzles, jigsaw puzzles, number puzzles, word puzzles like the one at the end of this posting. As a kid I loved a game now sold as Tangoes or Tangrams. It may have been called one of … Continue reading

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