I am, to use Richard Lederer’s term, a verbivore. Since I was a kid being scolded by my parents for reading at the table, I have loved books and reading. And since becoming involved in the public relations and social media game, I’ve been an enthusiastic reader of books that relate to what I do and what I think about. Hope you enjoy my capsule reviews. These reviews will be of books I own already, that I borrow from the library or from friends, or from books that people send to me (hint hint). I’d be happy to consider reviewing your book, but no guarantees, OK?
PUBLISHERS / AUTHORS: I would love to receive review copies of books you think relate to social media, public relations, business, communications, or the music industry – the main topics I think and write about. Please e-mail me to ask if I’m interested first, though. If you send me two copies, I’ll give one away on the blog via a contest.
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I’m also going to try being an affiliate of Amazon, so please feel free to buy through me. Who says you can’t monetize the Web?!
December 3, 2009: It’s not how good you are, it’s how good you want to be, by Paul Arden.
December 3, 2009: Trust Agents, by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith
December 11, 2009: Ripped: how the wired generation revolutionized music, by Greg Kot
December 15, 2009: Rules of Thumb, by Alan M. Webber.
January 21, 2010: Do the Right Thing, by James Hoggan and Richard Littlemore
January 27, 2010: Knockout Entrepreneur, by George Foreman and Ken Abraham
February 11, 2010: Ignore Everybody, by Hugh MacLeod
November 21, 2010: Making News in the Digital Era, by David Henderson
December 9, 2010: Facebook Advertising for Dummies, by Paul Dunay, Richard Krueger and Joel Elad
December 13, 2010: Content Rules, by Ann Handley and C.C. Chapman
December 15, 2010: Deadly Spin, by Wendell Potter
January 14, 2011: UnMarketing, by Scott Stratten
January 21, 2011: Guitar Lessons, by Bob Taylor
January 22, 2011: Resonate, by Nancy Duarte
February 4, 2011: The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom, by Evgeny Morozov