Guest Post from Bruce Berlin, author of Breaking Big Money’s Grip on America I submitted my book, Breaking Big Money’s Grip on America, to independent reviewers to seek recognition that would help.
Guest post by Joe Bovino, author of Field Guide to Chicks of the United States It was now or never. My business partner and I had decided to throw a festive party at a swanky hotel bar in West Hollywood.
The Puppy Baby Book was published in 2000. In late 2000 I entered it into a competition and in early 2001 it was a finalist in the Independent Publisher Book Awards competition. I thought that would launch the book, but it didn’t. The book languished in cartons on pallets in storage because I didn’t know […]
In a blog post many years ago, Seth Godin declared the following 98% rule: By a factor of three, what you do is not nearly as important as how it makes people feel.
Here is some of the simplest advice I’ve ever come across. I don’t know who originally gave the advice, but it’s worth paying attention to.
Guest post by Ellen L. Hughes, author of Be a Smart Client Ask for Help; Get More Help Working as a paralegal for over 20 years, I noticed many clients were intimidated by lawyers and the legal system.
Is this why wind energy is so wrong yet so right? Are the greens so callous as to wish the destruction of Western civilization? Is the truth just what they say and nothing more?
Communities around the world are facing a plague of industrial wind projects that like hideous War of the Worlds steel monsters are destroying communities, mountains, and wildlands; slaughtering birds and bats; and sickening people and driving them from their homes. Even though these wind projects do not reduce greenhouse gases or fossil fuel use (as […]