Book Review: The Thing About Life Is That One Day You'll Be Dead

The Thing About Life Is That One Day You’ll Be Dead contains a mixture of an autobiography and facts about the body’s growing and aging. The stories told and the given facts both humor and depress readers. Rather than linearly cover author David Shields’ life from childhood to adulthood sprinkled with quotes and stories about … Read more

Book Review: Sell Your Book on Amazon

Despite a way too long subtitle and “salesy” claims, Sell Your Book on Amazon surprises. Its format simplifies finding the sections of interest – couple that with the ratings from five stars indicating “a must do” item to one star meaning “Don’t waste your time.” Authors who publish their books using a print-on-demand (POD) service … Read more

The Success Effect Book Review

The Success Effect takes a different tack to many books with interviews by printing them in question and answer format. Such an approach doesn’t always succeed. However, Eckberg successfully culled great material from past interviews and put them together to create a conversational and educational resource. A chapter consists of an interview and interviews range … Read more

Bullyproof Your Child for Life Book Review

Bullying today looks nothing like bullying 15 years ago. While many of the things we know about bullying from our childhood years remain true, bullies can now follow their victims 24/7 using the Internet and cell phones. Bullyproof Your Child for Life quotes the National Girl Scouts Research Institute and Harris Interactive report, which states … Read more

How Book Review

Don’t expect “how to” type of advice from Dov Seidman’s How. The “how to” doesn’t help you get ahead of competitors. You could lower prices, do things faster, and customize the product to the customer’s exact specifications. The competition can easily turn around and lower prices, do things faster, and customize more. It turns into … Read more

Rules for Renegades Book Review

Renegades usually don’t follow rules because that is what makes them renegades. Rules for Renegades aims to share Christine Comaford-Lynch’s experiences. She states that she started with no special advantages and that 10 life lessons — the rules — she shares will help readers gain confidence and self-esteem, build strong relationships, and become financially independent. … Read more

Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse Review

I bought my first portable mouse when it was on sale for very cheap. At first, I thought it was a bad investment because I didn’t use it for a long time. However, I started using my laptop for all work for a specific client and needed to use a regular mouse instead of the … Read more

The Hamster Revolution Book Review

Taking cue from The One Minute Manager, Zapp!, Fish! and Who Moved My Cheese?, The Hamster Revolution uses a parable to show how to better manage and organize e-mail and information. The hamster represents people endlessly running on the wheel of e-mail. Right away, I start using concepts from the 90-minute book. Considering I’m an … Read more