WTOP members recommend reading books this summer

WTOP staff shares their picks for the best books to read this summer. Summer is almost over, and if you’re still looking for the perfect read on the beach, on the subway, in your bed, or anywhere, many of the WTOP staff have recommendations for you. These page copycats are worthwhile additions to your reading … Read more

3 Utah authors share the stories behind their latest picture book

Utah authors David Butterworth, left; Janelle Thompson and Liel Frankum, center; and two neighbors Ahlmann, right, standing with their books. (David Butterworth, Janelle Thompson, and Garen Ahlmann) Estimated reading time: 7-8 minutes Salt Lake City – Every month I write a book column highlighting some of my favorite children’s books so other parents who love … Read more

R Kelly’s ‘fiancée’ writes a book all about life in his ‘shadow’

R. Kelly’s long-living girlfriend – and now The alleged preacher Joycelyn Savage is set to release a book about her relationship with the troubled R&B star. In an email to The Post, Savage, 26, confirmed that the book would be called “Love and Joy of Robert” and “must be published on Saturday.” She wrote of … Read more

Mary Rodgers’ memoir ‘Shy’ reveals new stories on Broadway, family, and more: NPR

Mary Rodgers and Jesse Green, co-authors of Shy: Mary Rodgers’ Candid Disturbing Memoirs Courtesy of the Rodgers-Betty-Guitell family; Earl Wilson/The New York Times Hide caption Caption switch Courtesy of the Rodgers-Betty-Guitell family; Earl Wilson/The New York Times Mary Rodgers and Jesse Green, co-authors of Shy: Mary Rodgers’ Candid Disturbing Memoirs Courtesy of the Rodgers-Betty-Guitell family; … Read more

Faculty Awards, Notable Publications · Babson Think and Work

The Babson College faculty has been busy in the spring and summer, publishing new books and a range of articles in high-profile journals, and receiving an array of awards for their scholarship and other achievements. Prize winners candida brush P’14, Franklin W. Olin Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship, and Amanda Elamresearch fellow at Diana International Research … Read more

Edge of the Plains by James Crawford Review – Beyond Boundaries | history books

WHat means that the border depends on your identity. The reopening of international borders after the Covid lockdowns has been hailed as a return to normalcy, at least for wealthy global travelers. Meanwhile, British politicians, grumbling about “taking back control of our borders” after leaving the EU, have begun the surreal punitive measure of outsourcing … Read more

Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3 Review

Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book 3 debuted on Netflix on August 11, 2022. Dragon’s Blood is Valve and Studio Mir’s attempt to deliver a more coherent version of the Dota franchise lore, and for the most part, Book 3 does a good job of ending the chaos left by Book 2 – and Book 2 sure … Read more