Category: books

  • Deciding on a Book, and How to Read It via @nickbilton for NYTimes

    One of the things about taking a vacation is deciding what books to bring. Today, the choice is made more cumbersome with the question of medium and device. I already made decison to stay unwired with books for the duration of my “vacation”. Read more about one person’s decision process.

  • What’s Your Super Power?

    I just finished reading Seth Godin’s Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? and one question has stuck out in my head. What is Your Super Power? If your not able to communicate to others what makes you unique and what makes you stand out from the pack, how do you expect to make an impact? When networking,…

  • Book Review: Stop Pushing Me Around

    Disclosure: I have known Ilise Benun professionally since 2004 when she spoke at the WorldWIT (Women in Technology) Camp. We have also worked together on a project or two. Here we are, my first blog post of 2010. Since I had *some* time over the holiday break to read (on the Amazon Kindle for iPod…

  • Should you create a website around your book or yourself?

      One of the many tips about blogging that I have encountered is the question focusing on book authors. Should I create a website around my book or myself? I know I will get comments from the peanut gallery, that’s what the form below is for. However, my vote will always go to self, and…

  • Audition a book before you buy it

    It’s yet another Saturday afternoon and I recently decided to put my new library card to use. Instead of buying books outright, I decided to test them first by borrowing it. I have checked out Rule #1: The Simple Strategy for Successful Investing in Only 15 Minutes a Week! However, I don’t know how up…

  • Just released: Twilght Musings

    My Poem, “A City Halt Calling” is published in a book called TWILGHT MUSINGS edited by Howard Ely . The book is published by the International Library of Poetry the people who are behind

  • Just Released: Get More Business – The Women’s eMarketing Guide to Promote Your Products and Services on the Internet

    “GET MORE BUSINESS – The Women’s eMarketing Guide to Promote Your Products and Services on the Internet” (Published by Heidi Richards written by members of The Women’s ECommerce Association, International). Stephanie M. Cockerl, owner and Principal of nextSTEPH is a contributing author. Available to nextSTEPH Strategies, Tips and Tools Subscribers only.