The Atlantis Trilogy

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I recently finished up The Atlantis Trilogy by A.G. Riddle. For an unknown Kindle author’s first book (and series), these were high quality. It’s not Robert Heinlein but if you just need an easy fun read, it’s perfect. The books brought a unique perspective to an old story, had engaging characters and a fast paced, interesting story line. I’ve read other reviews …

What I’m Reading

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How to maximize your Costco (or big box warehouse) savings (The Penny Hoarder) We spend tons of money at Costco. Great tips. I’ve never tried their pharmacy. I’ll be checking that out in the future. The Youth Recession: The new normal for young workers (The Atlantic) 30 things to stop doing right now (Ryan Holiday) The future of college (FastCompany) …

Book Review – Choose Yourself Guide to Wealth by James Altucher

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As James Altucher says, “my life changes every 6 months” and that’s quite evident when looking at his bio. He’s been a hedge fund manager, day trader, underground poker player, chess master, entrepreneur of a dozen companies, and is a prolific writer, appearing in major publications across the web as well as his own site. He’s a podcaster (with 2 …

Billy Graham: His Life and Influence by David Akiman

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More than any preacher in American history, Billy Graham has acted as the religious of the Protestant faith in this country. He’s held court worldwide with politicians, presidents, celebrities, and many others. He’s been the spiritual counselor of most of our modern Presidents. His long career also meant he was forced to deal with a changing landscape of civil rights, …

Book Review and Notes: Your Money or Your Life

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I recently finished up a classic, Your Money or Your Life by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin. This is the progenitor of the entire Financial Independence movement (at least the modern version) and I’d never picked it up. I’m glad I did. While a lot of the information isn’t revolutionary 25 years later, I’m sure it was a game changer at the …