‘An American Family’ is literally one of the few Advanced Reader Copies or ARCs that I finished reading within days of receiving it via NetGalley. I was curious to read … Continue reading Book Review: An American Family by Khizr Khan
Read this for one reason, if nothing else: the remixing of the classic analogy of the apple & the tree.
Data, like milk, is best consumed fresh; the longer we take to analyze it, the more likely we are to lose the thread that connects it to its original meaning. … Continue reading Beyond Customer Experience, Mapping the Customer’s Journey (notes)
All the books listed below are on my wishlist for Spring 2016. Seriously. Education & Leadership Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, … Continue reading Love is in the Air! Love for Books!
If there is one aspect of modern living that I adore, it would have to be the ability to listen to books on-the-go. I recently downloaded The Martian by Andrew … Continue reading Listen to a book
“I don’t disagree with James about the phenomena he observes: a literary industry with white women in gatekeeping roles and with white women set up as the archetypal consumer to … Continue reading Selections from Aya de Leon’s”On Pandering, White Women as Scapegoats, and the Literary Industry as a Hand-me-down”
Today I commit to writing one paragraph a day until my draft book manuscript is complete. #Universekeepmehonest #bookdreams #authortobe #firststep #commitment