Monthly Archives: December 2018

Can a 600+ Unit Bookstore Chain Evolve and Prosper in Today’s Market?

Can a 600+ Unit Bookstore Chain Evolve and Prosper in Today’s Market? by Marcus A. Nannini Barnes & Noble recently announced it is opening a “new concept” bookstore in the form of a 21,000 sq. ft. space in the Twin … Continue reading

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Year-End Wishes

Year-End Wishes by Patricia Grady Cox The end of the year is approaching, and the beginning of the next. I’m not big on resolutions, but last year I did resolve to keep better track of my writing business. And so … Continue reading

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On Being a Reluctant YouTuber

On Being a Reluctant YouTuber by Vaughn Treude These days it seems like everybody and their little brother wants to become a YouTube personality. Too bad Andy Warhol didn’t live to see his 1968 prophecy come true: “In the future, … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Got Goals?

The Effective Author: Got Goals? © 2018 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. This time of year, there’s a lot of conversation about goals, what one’s goals should be, and whether we have set them for the next … Continue reading

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Lifetime Gift or Landfill Gift?

Lifetime Gift or Landfill Gift? by Rita Goldner I’m telling a holiday gift-giving story in reverse. The ending is at the city dump. According to research (references listed below) approximately 1 percent of plastic toys remain in use six months … Continue reading

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