Category Archives: Books

By : read.plash.in March 4, 2015

Manage your time In Getting Results the Agile Way, author J.D. Meier introduces Agile Results®-a simple system for meaningful results! It’s a systematic way to achieve both short- and long-term Read More

By : RecombinantRecords.net February 28, 2015

Amusing Ourselves to Death: Huxley vs Orwell Continue Reading…

By : Jeffrey Goldberg October 15, 2014

In a very optimistic book published at a very pessimistic moment, Walter Isaacson explains how a group of oddballs and savants collaborated to create the world we live in today. Read More

By : Andrew Corsello October 11, 2014

Do you know this gentleman with the umbrella? Your wife sure does. He is Nicholas Sparks, and he has written seventeen mega-best-selling novels that have been made into nine films Read More

By : shortlist.com October 7, 2014

Everyone’s got a book in them, right? Problem is, it’s likely to be an absolute turkey. Face facts, writing a runaway literary hit is incredibly hard, and doing it with Read More

By : shortlist.com October 7, 2014

Attempting to predict what life would be like far away in the future is no easy feat. But in 1932, Akdous Huxley achieved the damn near impossible: he created a Read More

By : Drew Toal August 20, 2014

While Nick Offerman’s Emersonian manual Paddle Your Own Canoe might appear to be the one-stop instructional screed for aspiring rugged individualists, there are plenty of other books out there that Read More

By : Edward Mendelson August 20, 2014

Ernest Hemingway wrote the first letter in this collection when he was twenty-three, the last when he was twenty-six. In these three years, living mostly in Paris, he fathered his Read More

By : Jeffrey Hayzlett August 4, 2014

Whether you’re on a plane traveling to your next meeting, taking vacation on the beach, or out on the prairie, there are five must-read books you need to bring with Read More

By : Spencer Althouse July 10, 2014

You probably SparkNoted these books before, but now’s your chance to read them. 1. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald A love story within a love story. It takes Read More

By : Rose Pastore July 9, 2014

Earlier this month, we published John Steinbeck’s 1966 letter to the editor of Popular Science, in which the Nobel-prize winning author made the case for creating a NASA for the Read More