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Why I Don’t Mind Sparkly Vampires, Pretty Aliens or 30-Year-Olds Playing Teenagers

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It doesn’t matter if the ratings of a supernatural TV show with pretty supernatural characters is high or low. It doesn’t matter if the book about the love between a shining pretty vampire and a human girl tops the bestsellers list or is published into oblivion. If the said creatures were formerly written as ugly, […]

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The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell

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Epidemic means a “rapid spread or increase in the occurrence of something”. (dictionary.reference.com) The Tipping Point:” the levels at which the momentum for change becomes unstoppable.” (The Tipping Point) So have you ever wondered how things turned into epidemics? Think in terms of diseases, fashion trends, social movements, religious movements, Sesame Street, crime rates, advertising […]

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Crush It by Gary Vaynerchuk

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  This post has moved to my writing blog.

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Updated: I heart Hollywood by Lindsey Kelk

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Alright. A couple of laziness on my part (meaning my work a.k.a my writing- shame on me) but at least I got to finish Lindsey’s book. For those who haven’t read the introduction post; The Plot: English Angela Clark has given her life a total make-over when she moved to New York a couple months […]

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Podcasting on 2 Upcoming Book Reviews.

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Well, the books are already out and famous. In fact Seth Godin‘s “small is the new big” has been first pubished in 2007. But hey, I got to reading it a couple of months ago and I am still reading through some of Seth’s best stuff online (featured in the book). Gary Vaynerchuk’s book “Crush […]

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Currently Reading: I heart Hollywood by Lindsey Kelk

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I still haven’t finished typing my latest work of fiction so I feel guilty indulging in others’ work but hey, I am addicted to reading and let’s face it, computers aren’t 100% reliable. Meaning, my computer a.k.a office a.k.a dvd player crashed a couple of times. So I realized I had to stop worrying about […]

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Whatever You Think, Think The Opposite by Paul Arden

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About the Author:       “You can’t afford the house of your dreams. That’s why it is the house of your dreams. You either find a way of getting it (you’ll find the means) or be satisfied with dissatisfaction.” Paul Arden, from Whatever You Think, Think The Opposite Want to find more about the […]

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Johnny Depp A Kind of Illusion: The Book Review

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It feels weird to have so many resources on anyone, especially when it comes to our favorite actors and musicians. Did I sound ancient? Well I did grow up in the 90s where we had to hunt down magazines for posters and collect every bit of info we could collect on people through whose work […]

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The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss

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First, an introduction: The New Edition You see the cover. You turn its back and read: WARNING: DO NOT READ THIS BOOK UNLESS YOU WANT TO QUIT YOUR JOB Brilliant. I did want to quit my job when I picked up this book. But yes, it might really and irrevocably encourage and motivate you to […]

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Burnt Toast by Teri Hatcher: The Book Review

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image via http://ebooks-imgs.connect.com/ebooks Teri Hatcher plays Susan Mayer in Desperate Housewives and Susan is my favorite among them all. Sure, there are thing I can relate in most of the women there but Susan is the one that I identify them most. OK, so I’d have kicked Carl’s ass a long time ago and I’m […]

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