The Operator book review

I just finished reading The Operator about Robert O’Neill, the Navy SEAL who shot and killed pure evil on May 2, 2011. It is one of the most intense and interesting non-fiction works I’ve read. Below is the review I posted on Amazon. Our military is one of...

Disagreeing With Me = You Hate Me?

As a contract manager and a freelance writer, one of the most challenging skills I have had to learn over the years is understanding the other person’s perspective. I shared this story on my personal social media, and I feel like it is an important message to share...

Is a $30,000 Book a Good Use of Your Money?

Ferrrari offers a $30,000 collector book to learn more about Ferrari. While I get that there are some people who can drop $30K on a book like I would spend $30 at JoAnn Fabric, I don’t get why someone would want a coffee table book that probably cost twice as...

The Art of Turning Knowledge into Wisdom

My husband and I visited friends in Montana last fall, and I absolutely fell in love with the area. I have since ordered some books on Montana, including Montana Trivia. Merriam Webster defines trivia as a reference to bits of information, often of little importance,...