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-“Pursuit of Honor”

By Vince Flynn (New York: Atria Books, 2009, 431 pages) A brilliant continuation of the story line that started in the previous book of this series: Extreme Measures. The story left of with al Qaeda terrorists devastating Washington DC with a series of explosions and then directly attacking the Counterterrorism Center itself killing 185 people. […]

-“ProBlogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income”

By Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett (Indianapolis, Indiana: Wiley Publishing, Inc., 2008, 220 pages) The ultimate book on how to make money while blogging. Both of the writers are successful bloggers who make a 6 figured income doing what they love to do best. Darren and Chris map out a number of different strategies that […]

-“The Last Patriot”

By Brad Thor (New York: Pocket Books (Simon & Shuster), 2008, 480 pages) Scot Harvath was in Paris with his girl friend Tracy Hastings recovering from his last assignment. Scot, a Navy SEAL who was assigned to the President’s Secret Service detail had been released by the President to seek and destroy terrorists wherever he […]

-“Google Blogger for Dummies”

By Susan Gunelius (Hoboken,NJ: Wiley Publishing, Inc., 2009, 362 pages) The coming of this book is long overdue—a definitive manual on using Blogger. This is bound to become the essential book for those using the Blogger program whether one is starting out in the blogosphere or has been around a while. There is something for […]

-“WordPress for Dummies, 2nd Edition”

By Lisa Sabin-Wilson (Hoboken,NJ: Wiley Publishing, Inc., 2009, 394 pages) Second Edition is quite an improvement over the already excellent original. It is the essential book for those using WordPress in publishing a blog. This edition is updated to feature version 2.7+ which reflects the last major program change. The writer introduces one to the […]