Book Reviews Articles
Expert Author: Ken Snodin
In today's world, we are unable to find time to indulge ourselves in our favorite pastime or hobby. You find people who love literature but reading does not interest them. Surprised? Our world has become so digitized mainly due to our dependence on computers and also the availability of everything in a digitized format - be it songs or books. This has led to people losing interest in paper-based reading material.
"7 Habits" is one of the most popular self-improvement books on the market. This review tells you why should or shouldn't read this book. The Alchemist is one of those "esoteric" feeling books that makes you feel like life is vivid again. It certainly plays on the feeling that "there is something more" that you've forgotten and the thought that you are part of a bigger plan.
"7 Habits" is one of the most popular self-improvement books on the market. This review tells you why should or shouldn't read this book. I read it in 1993 when I was 20. If I had read it when I was 19, I would have gotten nothing out of it. To be honest, when I did read it, it was an answer to my prayers.
Expert Author: Harry Rackers
After 70 years audio books are still going strong. Nowadays it is very easy to download audio books from the Internet, which makes them more popular then ever befor.
Expert Author: Adam McFarland
Everyone loves to read other peoples success stories. It provides us with evidence that amazing things do happen to normal people. By learning what they did to succeed we come one step closer to success ourselves. Such is the case with the ten stories told in Net Entrepreneurs Only - 10 Entrepreneurs Tell the Stories of their Success by Gregory K. Ericksen and Ernst and Young.
A book review of "Rich Dad Poor Dad". This is one of the most popular personal finance books on the market today. A lot of people have read Robert Kiyosaki's books (and he has a lot of them), but this is the one that started them all. I think what endears people to Rich Dad Poor Dad is the story. It seems to me that whenever a non-fiction book teaches with stories, it does very well. So, if you're going to write a non-fiction book, weave your info into a story.
Expert Author: Johnny Kicklighter
A book review of Deceptive Diagnois: When Sin is Called Sickness. The authors share their views on how the church and society have replaced man's sinful behavior with psychological terms.
Expert Author: Pat Marcello
I just finished reading T. Harv Eker' s Secrets of the Millionaire Mind. I searched for the book and couldn't find it in our bookstores, so I went to Amazon.com and got a copy. I was astounded when the book arrived--in a dust jacket, signed by the author.
Expert Author: Danny Wirken
The first book of the Song of Ice and Fire series is my first foray into George R.R. Martin's world. Before I was introduced to his work, I was mainly a Robert Jordan fan. Upon reading A Game of Thrones, I realized that I was missing a huge part of the high fantasy genre.
Expert Author: Adam McFarland
There have been thousands of sports books written throughout the years. Some have been absolute crap and most are mediocre at best, but there are that select few that remain deep-seated in our memories as classics. Below is my Top 5 of all time. There are some popular books missing - either because I don't think it is as good as everyone else, or because I haven't read it.
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