Tag Archives: nonfiction

discover Japan


discover Japan by lonely planet is a fantastic guide book. It’s beautiful; every page is printed in color. While it did not list all the awesome locations I visited when I went to Japan last year, it offered interesting alternatives. Continue reading

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The No Asshole Rule


The book talked about different facets of asshole behavior: what it is, how it affects businesses, how to mitigate it, and how to recognize whether you are the asshole that everyone complains about. Continue reading

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Little Flowers of Francis of Assisi


Little Flowers of Francis of Assisi is a compilation of about 53 short chapters recounting the life of St. Francis of Assisi and his first disciples. St. Francis was a real man living in medieval Italy. He was a dissolute … Continue reading

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How to Talk About Books You Haven’t Read


There are literally hundreds of thousands of books published each year. Some people rely upon the recommendations of others, for example the New York Times Best Seller List, to narrow their selection and thus save themselves time and effort. However, … Continue reading

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Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us


If you choose to read this book, consider it carefully. Enjoy the message, and maybe search online for further information about the examples he offers. Continue reading

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