Category Archives: Books

By : 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 : 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 : 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 : 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