Why Does It Take Two to Tango? A Book Review Tango Instructural Dance Book

Why Does It Take Two to Tango? A Book Review Tango Instructural Dance Book Do you ever remember your folks or grandparents telling you; “it takes two to tango,” meaning that there must be more to the story and more fault of the circumstance to spread around. Often, it was a notification that they were… Continue reading Why Does It Take Two to Tango? A Book Review Tango Instructural Dance Book

Book Review – Bad Land, An American Romance

Book Review – Bad Land, An American Romance Johnathan Raban’s Bad Land: An American Romance brilliantly and descriptively describes the attempts by would-be farmers and ranchers, those of the late 19th Century and the early 20th Century, to make a living on highly questionable land. This land, most of it in eastern Montana and the… Continue reading Book Review – Bad Land, An American Romance

Dream New Dreams: Reimagining My Life After Loss by Jai Pausch-Memoir Book Review

Dream New Dreams: Reimagining My Life After Loss by Jai Pausch-Memoir Book Review On September 18, 2007 Randy Pausch delivered his world-renowned speech entitled The Last Lecture. Pausch was a professor of computer science at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon University; and had been diagnosed with adenocarcinoma, a terminal form of pancreatic cancer. The Last Lecture urged… Continue reading Dream New Dreams: Reimagining My Life After Loss by Jai Pausch-Memoir Book Review

To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others by Daniel H Pink – Business Book Review

To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others by Daniel H Pink – Business Book Review On December 31, 2012, Daniel H. Pink released his new book, “To Sell Is Human.” Pink is the bestselling author of “Drive,” and “A Whole New Mind.” Pink announces that, regardless of our career, today, we’re all… Continue reading To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others by Daniel H Pink – Business Book Review

Book Review – Mob Fest ’29: The True Story About the Birth of Organized Crime

Book Review – Mob Fest ’29: The True Story About the Birth of Organized Crime Mob Fest ’29: The True Story About the Birth of Organized Crime was written by veteran mob writer Bill Tonelli, and while I don’t think this is a great book, it’s certainly an excellent book that deserves your attention. Tonelli… Continue reading Book Review – Mob Fest ’29: The True Story About the Birth of Organized Crime

Book Review – Father Divine’s Bikes by Steve Bassett

Book Review – Father Divine’s Bikes by Steve Bassett “Father Divine’s Bikes” by Steve Bassett is not only a great read – it is a cultural experience in the era following World War II. The city of Newark flourished during the war, only to fall to destitution and lack as peace spread throughout the world.… Continue reading Book Review – Father Divine’s Bikes by Steve Bassett

Book Review: Computer Investigation by Elizabeth Bauchner

Book Review: Computer Investigation by Elizabeth Bauchner Who is the target audience for this book? Make no mistake. This book is not targeted for computer professionals. If you have a degree in Computer Science or just know a lot about computers, you won’t learn anything from this book. This book is targeted to children in… Continue reading Book Review: Computer Investigation by Elizabeth Bauchner

What’s It Really Like to Live With the Amish – A Book Review

What’s It Really Like to Live With the Amish – A Book Review Several years ago I went to Lancaster Pennsylvania, and spent some time visiting the Amish country. It was incredible and such an interesting way of life considering our modern era. It was like a scene out of the old West where everything… Continue reading What’s It Really Like to Live With the Amish – A Book Review

Ecology: The Ascendent Perspective By Robert Ulanowicz (1997) – Book Review

Ecology: The Ascendent Perspective By Robert Ulanowicz (1997) – Book Review This is a review of the book Ecology: The Ascendent Perspective, by Robert E. Ulanowicz. Brief overview: Ecology: The Ascendent Perspective, first published in 1997, is in many ways a more accessible and more philosophical follow-up to Ulanowicz’s groundbreaking but highly technical Growth and… Continue reading Ecology: The Ascendent Perspective By Robert Ulanowicz (1997) – Book Review

A Scientific Conversation of Non-Pharmaceutical Drugs by a PhD – Book Review

A Scientific Conversation of Non-Pharmaceutical Drugs by a PhD – Book Review Surely, you’ve considered the huge amount of pharmaceuticals we deploy into our society. Perhaps you’ve considered the costs as a tax payer or the cost increases on your insurance policy for health care. I bet you’ve even thought about the usage of psychiatric… Continue reading A Scientific Conversation of Non-Pharmaceutical Drugs by a PhD – Book Review

Book Review of "Kiss My Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who’s Boss" by Danica McKellar

Book Review of "Kiss My Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who’s Boss" by Danica McKellar Kiss My Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who’s Boss [Soft cover] by Danica McKellar 352 pages, $24.95 ISBN-10: 1594630496 Nonfiction At the end of the 80s, the network ABC blessed America with an endearing drama entitled “The Wonder Years.” A youthful Fred Savage navigated… Continue reading Book Review of "Kiss My Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who’s Boss" by Danica McKellar

Book Review – Selling to China by Stanley Chao

Book Review – Selling to China by Stanley Chao In his book, “Selling to China,” author Stanley Chao delivers a straightforward, practical guide for small to medium-sized businesses currently doing business in and those interested in expanding their horizons to China. Well-crafted, and straightforward, Chao has taken his 20+ years of experience in the industry… Continue reading Book Review – Selling to China by Stanley Chao

Book Review of The Steel Queen

Book Review of The Steel Queen Endowed with the markings of an unforgettable debut read, Karen Azinger’s The Steel Queen, draws readers into Erdhe, a fantasy imbued realm ripe with intrigue, knights, bravery, swords, sorcery and pure evil. As the premier novel in her Silk and Steel Saga, this novel serves well as an introduction… Continue reading Book Review of The Steel Queen