.....and Those of Others
“Anchored this morning in the Bay of Whales, digging holes in the ice with picks and shovels. This was the only way of tying the ship up along the ice.…
By Neale Orinick, Senior Contributing Writer After finishing On the Clock by journalist Emily Guendelsberger I will never order a product from Amazon, …
By Guest Contributor Kris Wood My experience with graphic novels is twofold: One, my son reads manga on occasion. I read them first or alongside him. A…
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Feature Interview With Bestselling Author Mark Schaefer
“The Number One Problem Facing America Today Is That We’re Not Avid Readers”
There’s a ton of talk these days about the “Great Resignation.” And for good reason as this massive surge of workers quitting their jobs is having a pr…
For many of us, the Covid-19 pandemic has created uncertainty and at times upheaval in our lives. Now, new variants are creating a fresh set of vaccine…
I [Diamond-Michael Scott] am a perpetual wanderer. Curiosity seeker. Deep thinker. Minimalist The life of a location-independent nomad has long appeale…
In his recently released book “Be a J.E.D.I. Leader, Not a Boss: Leadership in the Era of Corporate Social Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion,” …
My fellow book aficionado Owen Sammarone (who I featured earlier this year in one of our “Great Books, Great Minds” digital editions) appears to have a…