Thursday, March 5th, 2015

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7 Book Reviews on Becoming a Lawyer

7 Book Reviews on Becoming a Lawyer

Cover via Amazon Lawyer Books – 7 Book Reviews on Becoming a Lawyer Aristotle proclaimed that, “The law is reason free of passion”, and becoming a lawyer has been the career destination for young people from all walks of life for centuries.  It is no accident that most of the major political leaders over the last 300 years had their academic and professional grounding in the law –... [Read more]


Real Life Fahrenheit 451

Real Life Fahrenheit 451

Have you ever read the book Fahrenheit 451? It is about a futuristic world, where books and critical thought are totally outlawed. In fact, a fireman in the book actually means “book burner.” People who are caught owning or reading books in the novel are put in a mental hospital while they books are burnt. I thought of the novel as one thought lead to another while thinking about what... [Read more]


7 Books Reviews about Allergies

7 Books Reviews about Allergies

Living with allergies is more than a chore for many sufferers, it can also mean the difference between life and death with some allergies deeply affecting the welfare and health of those with them.  Some allergies, such as peanut allergy, create a serious constraint on the lifestyle and eating habits of those afflicted – especially as peanuts and products derived from them are used in such widespread... [Read more]


7 Books on Making Marriage Work

7 Books on Making Marriage Work

We all know that marriage is not only about love and commitment, it is about compromise and communication. Just like everyone has his or her good and bad days, healthy relationships have their moments. Turning conflict into progress and learning how to talk without hurting your partner is key to making marriage work. Below are seven books that will help your marriage stand the test of time. by Emiliano... [Read more]


7 Audio Books for Your Solo Road Trip

7 Audio Books for Your Solo Road Trip

Best audio books for road trips -7 Audio Books for Your Solo Road Trip We love our guest bloggers!  Check out this great list for the best audio books for a solo road trip! When you’re on a long journey, just you and the road, you need a little entertainment to keep your sanity. Once you’ve fiddled with the dial on the radio and listened to the sound of the wind through your cracked window long... [Read more]


7 Book Reviews on France

7 Book Reviews on France

One observer remarked that there was nothing wrong with France except for the French!  Love them or hate them, the French have their own Gallic charm and character  which at once renders them amongst the most interesting and infuriating of any people of the West! In short, they are intriguing and have a history which rivals that of any Old World country – to visit France is to take a journey not... [Read more]


7 Book Reviews on Food and Travel

7 Book Reviews on Food and Travel

It can be very beneficial to read up on a location before you visit – especially if you’ve never been there before.  Additionally, if you’re not sure where you want to go on your next travel adventure, reading travel books might be a good way to decide.  If you take your gastronomical pleasure into account when making these plans, it might behoove you to read up on the best places... [Read more]


7 Book Reviews on Software Estimation

7 Book Reviews on Software Estimation

Software Sizing, Estimation, and Risk Management: When Performance is Measured Performance Improves by Daniel D. Galorath and Michael W. Evans If you are looking to improve your return on investment, investing in this book is your first step.  This volume clearly outlines how to use tracking and estimation data to improve overall forecasting and investment identification.  For those who are focused... [Read more]


7 Book Reviews on Car Racing

7 Book Reviews on Car Racing

Motor racing has been with us from the moment cars were invented; indeed a primary reason for the development of the automobile has not been to spread mass transportation to the masses but to enjoy the thrills of racing and the need for speed.  Every car manufacturer in the West can trace their origins to motor racing and relative newcomers have been quick to spot the marketing potential of associating... [Read more]


7 Book Reviews on Blood Diamonds

7 Book Reviews on Blood Diamonds

In 2006, Leonardo DiCaprio hit the movie screens with Blood Diamonds detailing the story of a diamond smuggler cum mercenary and that of a man who had lost his family to rebels who kidnapped his son for work in a conflict diamond mine.  Blood diamonds are not named for their color but rather the very real blood which is shed in order to mine them and more sinister, the arms for civil war for which... [Read more]


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