L.A. Little

Reviewer L.A. Little is a professional trader, author and daily contributor to the trading site www.tatoday.com where L.A. strives to help others take control of their financial destiny. His book, Trade Like the Little Guy (on Amazon) champions the idea that small traders can be successful. With a Masters in Telecommunications and undergraduate degrees in Philosophy, CIS and Computer Science, L.A.’s interests are greater than the time he has to pursue them.

 




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Author: Dora Calott Wang, M.D.

Publisher:The Penguin Group

ISBN: 978-1-59448-753-8

Fragments of a fast paced society! Dora Wang’s book, The Kitchen Shrink, is filled with fragments; fragmented lives, health, work, and time. She succinctly describes a fractured health care system where the drive for profits quickly replaces the desire for wellness. She does it with a masterful writing style of constantly changing images and thoughts all weaved into the larger story.




Author: Leland Baker
Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN: 978-1432749170

In a period where the country most desperately needs real leadership rather than hope; a breath of fresh reasoning rather than tired ideas; Dr. Baker provides us with the opportunity to question our path and to truly consider our future


Author: Kathleen Lane & Christine Hughes
ISBN: 978-0982123003
Publisher: nFormed

Die $mart, tackles the question that all of us face at some point in time; how to leave the greatest amount of what you have worked for throughout your life to your loved ones when you leave this earth



Author: Susan Zaraysky
Publisher: Kaleidomundi
ISBN: 978-0-9820189-8-9

As a world traveler with multilingual skills that most of us could only imagine, Ms Zaraysky has packed a lifetime of travel experience into this book


Author: John F. Wasik
Publisher: Bloomberg Press
ISBN: 978-1-57660-356-7

If you want an accounting of what was proposed and what was enacted (at the time of the writing), then this book provides a good source. If you are looking for anything else, then you might as well look for another title



Author: Peter Brown and Geoffrey Garver
Publisher: Berett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 978-1576757628

Right Relationship isn’t a Utopian book as much as a call to action – a desire to awaken the world populace in an effort to stave off impending doom.



Author: Lois W. Stern
Publisher: Infinity Publishing.com
ISBN: 0-7414-5359-2

Tick Tock, Stop the Clock, is a follow-up book to Lois Stern’s more introspective book Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery, pulling together 11 nationally recognized expert’s writings on how to improve ones look. The uniqueness of this book, as compared to the first, is that the emphasis is on non-evasive procedures that can change ones appearance as opposed to evasive procedures (such as a face lift).



Author: Lisa A. Shiel
Publisher: Slipdown Mountain Publications LLC
ISBN: 978-1-934631-30-0 (Paperback)

In her new book, The Evolution Conspiracy, Lisa Shiel delivers a blistering indictment of not only evolutionary theory but of the scientific community that perpetrates what she labels a myth




Authors: Nirmalya Kumar with Pradipta K. Mohapatra and Suj Chandrasekhar
Publisher: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 978-1-4221-4762-7

Kumar, Mohapatra, and Chandrasekhar’s, India’s Global Powerhouses, is an important and sweeping in-depth examination of how Indian companies have leaped onto the world’s economic stage.

Author: Martine Enrenclou, M.A.
Publisher: Lemon Grove Press, LLC
ISBN: 978-0-9815240-0-9

Martine Enrenclou offers a practical, deliberate, and insightful guide for anyone faced with the heart wrenching prospect of having a loved one undergo hospitalization. In her book, Critical Conditions – The Essential Hospital Guide to Get Your Loved One Out Alive, Martine introduces you to the concept of patient advocacy and your place in that process.



Author: Ross Clark
Publisher: Encounter Books
ISBN-10: 1-59403-248-3:  978-1-59403-248-6

  This 130 page manuscript provides a rather intriguing look into just how much electronic data gathering occurs. While the book centers primarily on surveillance in England, some examples are United States specific.



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