There’s nothing like snuggling up on the couch while holding a hard copy of a good book and flipping through its pages
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As the world goes increasingly digital, technology is changing the way people perform conventional tasks. Reading is no exception. Physical books are holding their ground better than DVDs and CDs, but some in the publishing industry wonder if they will be able to maintain dominance.
After reading this article to the end, you will find out: which books are definitely worth reading if you are the owner of a coffee shop, barista, or just love coffee or just want to understand the intricacies of its preparation.
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, it’s actually in contention for THE favorite holiday. I love that it’s not commercial, there is no stress of presents, just good food, drinks, family, and fun. The holiday is only as religious as you want to make it, or none at all if you wish. The spirit of the holiday, however is the same regardless, take one day a year to appreciate all you have.
If all you know of Jewish history is the Bible or your World War II classes in school, this book attempts to fill in some of the gaps.
Words can be powerful. Most readers will know from experience that certain books and their ideas and philosophies have the ability to affect how you see the world
I was very interested in the author’s philosophy and rebuttal to the books which he chosen to analyze
When you’re at the negotiation table, you want results skewed in your favor. The person you’re negotiating with wants results skewed in their favor, too. The negotiator who is best prepared will likely win the day.
It can be hard to stop reading a good story. Chapter after chapter, there’s always something to keep you turning pages. For avid readers, a great book is the ultimate escape, and our favorite authors our heroes.
A non-fiction memoir of the author’s time as an antiquarian book seller