Business Musings: Generations

I write books set in the 1960s, a time of such generational upheaval that it makes the changes happening now seem tame. Maybe the research for those books (and my memories of the time) have given me more perspective than I should have at 58. Or maybe, it was in the study of history that I learned about generational change. Or maybe it was because […]

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The Business Rusch: Bestseller Lists and Other Thoughts

The Business Rusch: Bestseller Lists and Other Thoughts Kristine Kathryn Rusch On Tuesday, in my morning business reading, I came across a rather startling statistic: the claim that it only took 20,000 sales of paper books to hit the paper bestseller lists. I’m also assuming the statistic means paper; it might mean that it takes 20K to hit any bestseller list, which is still shockingly […]

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Recommended Reading List, June, 2010

June was the longest short month in existence. Each day felt like it was two days long.  I have no idea why. We traveled in June.  Dean taught. I did a lot of work. And I read.  And read. And read.  So it was a good month. In fact, it was a spectacular month, considering how much of what I read I enjoyed.  This is […]

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