We at WNPC are avid readers. Whether it’s paper, an iPad, or a digital reader, here’s what we’re reading….
Susan Nickle: “The Rhino and The Mosquito” by Craig Postons. This marketing book shows how to differentiate your business in large and small ways. The premise is – do you believe an action is too small? Consider the impact of a mosquito in your room at night.
Susan Wortzman: “Rules of Civility” by Amor Towles. Set in New York City in 1938. I was upset on the plane when my Kindle died….
Luisa Sicilia: “Eat, Pray, Love” by Elizabeth Gilbert. I am enjoying the way Elizabeth uses her humor and insight throughout her journey, and I am looking forward to continuing her journey to “pray” and “love”.
Chuck Rothman: “Northwest Africa: Seizing the Initiative in the West” by George F. Howe. It’s a “riveting” story about how the U.S. Army entered World War II in Europe. It’s actually kind of boring….I hope it gets better (I hear the Allies win in the end, but don’t quote that – I don’t want to ruin the story for anyone else).
Rachael Chadwick: Just finished “Legal Project Management” by Steven B. Levy. A very practical read. Now I’m reading “Half Blood Blues” by Esi Edugyan, which just won the 2011 Giller Prize. I’m already loving it.