This book was exactly the book I needed to read right now.
I got two books in the mail to review this month!
It’s one of the few well-observed stories we have about Big Money and how it affects the lives of people close to it.
I read this book twice, because it’s that good.
I spent most of yesterday’s quasi-holiday getting Financial Fairy Tales to the final-draft stage, which means it’s time to start BOOK PRODUCTION.
What do you do when your financial anxiety starts scratching at the door?
Thanks to all of you who recommended I read Alissa Quart’s new book.
Happy publication day, Ask a Manager!
The very first thing I did was gush about how much her book had changed my life.
I read Mark Sundeen’s The Unsettlers: In Search of the Good Life in Today’s America specifically because Riverhead Books did a 2018 Book Horoscope post and listed it as a good pick for Scorpios.
Kinsey Millhone cuts her own hair, uses coupons, and wears the same black dress over and over.
Let’s take a look at Malcolm Harris’s Kids These Days: Human Capital and the Making of Millennials.
Capitalism, cockroaches, and love are the only things that survive nuclear war.
It’s exactly the book I need to be reading right now.
What happens when life doesn’t go as planned.
We get the realistic and the fantasy ending, both in the same book.
Tenants get evicted both when they fall behind on their rent and when they ask for their rights.