I know I said I wouldn’t do another nonfiction book, but I’d entered a Goodreads giveaway for this and didn’t win, then saw this on Blogging for Books a few days after and thought, “Maybe fate is a thing.”
Also, as a writer, I felt obligated to give it a chance. It could prove itself a useful resource.
I’m always interested in ways to better hone my writing craft.
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This book details the necessities of women in the workplace and how men cannot create successful businesses without including women in the core decision-making. We see things they don’t, foresee what they fail to consider, feel things they forget to acknowledge.
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A review for The Bee-Friendly Garden, a book whose photography I fell in love with and information on bees I ached for.
I recommend this book to anyone interested in creating/maintaining a bee-friendly, pesticide-free garden. (Bees are important.)
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