"Ducks and Bunnies" is an indispensable fable for anyone who gives business presentations.
Loaded with useful insights, it's an entertaining exploration of the key elements of successful presentations -- from storytelling and effective visuals to stagecraft and selling.
Written by a consultant with decades of experience in the field, it also features stunning visual illustrations.
"Bee School" is a business fable that should be on the Required Reading List of every MBA candidate.
Loaded with useful insights, it's an entertaining "inside job" by a graduate of a leading eastern business school.
Plus, it's beautifully illustrated for our Visual Age.
Jolene Dykes is right up there with Lisabeth Salander in the kick-ass
heroine category. The Sleeping Cab is a fast-paced road trip in pursuit of a
serial killer along I-40—but with a lot more twists and turns than an
Interstate. The action is non-stop and the characters are compelling. I
highly recommend this book.
1962. The year of "American Graffiti" in California, "Animal House" in New England -- and "Flyover Country" in Little Rock.
"Flyover Country" is a story of intertwined lives from all walks of life -- from small-time crooks to bankers to touring pro wrestlers to society matrons -- told with a sense of humor that captures the human comedy in mid-century Middle America.
A good, fun read.