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Norm Goldman is the Editor of the book reviewing and author interviewing site, bookpleasures.com. He is also the Editor of the travel site, sketchandtravel.com, where his artist wife, Lily and Norm meld words with art focusing on romantic destinations.

Bookpleasures.com comprises over 30 international reviewers that come from all walks of life and that review all genre.
Norm also offers his own personal express review service that you can find out more about by clicking on www.bookpleasures.com.

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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, November 12, 2006
Are You Thinking of Self-Publishing?
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Review: Woodward And Bernstein: Life In The Shadow Of Watergate Norm Goldman, Editor of the book reviewing and author interviewing site, www.bookpleasures.com reviews Alicia Shepard's Woodward And Bernstein: Life In The Shadow Of Watergate
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Review of the ARC COPY of The Importance of Civility
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Review: The $10 Trillion Opportunity: Designing Successful Exit Strategies for Middle Market Business Owners (2nd Ed) very year hundreds of business books are published, however very often they are superficial-containing a great deal of hype but little substance. In many cases the author lacks expertise and the end result is a book filled with cliches, generalizations, and oversimplifications.
SHARE More Sharing        Friday, August 11, 2006
Review: The Good Works of Ayela Linde
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Review: Double Daggers
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Review: The i Tetralogy.
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Review: The Last Queen
SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, August 5, 2006
Review: Hackoff.com Norm Goldman, Editor of the book reviewing and author interviewing site, bookpleasures.com reviews Tom Evslin's Hackoff.com
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Review: Hamas: Politics, Charity, and Terrorism In the Service of Jihad. Norm Goldman, Editor of Bookpleasures.com reviews Matthew Levitt's Hamas: Politics, Charity, and Terrorism In the Service of Jihad.
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Review: THE UN GANG:A MEMOIR OF INCOMPETENCE, CORRUPTION, ESPIONAGE, ANTI-SEMITISM, AND ISLAMIC EXTREMISM AT THE UN SECR It is quite remarkable to read the sense of detachment exhibited by the various UN secretary-generals pertaining to criminal, corrupt, clandestine and conspiratorial activities going on under their very noses. As if they adhered to the old saying, see no evil hear no evil!
SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, July 8, 2006
Review: The Oldest Europeans Norm Goldman, Editor of Bookpleasures.com reviews J.F. del Giorgio's The Oldest Europeans
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Review: Cybersounds: Essays on Virtual Music Culture Writer, researcher, freelance music journalist and Visiting Professor at Manhattan College, Michael D. Ayers has assembled several international experts with impressive credentials who explore the recent phenomenon of the Internet music revolution, wherein there has been a convergence between artists, capitalism, fans, media, technology, and music itself.
SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, July 8, 2006
Review: Alice In Corporate Wonderland: Down The Long Hallway R.T. Talasek has now reincarnated this famous tale with his loose adaptation, Alice In Corporate Wonderland: Down The Long Hallway.
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Review: Blow The House Down From 1976 to 1997 Robert Baer served as a case officer in the CIA. His first venture as an author was Sleeping with the Devil: How Washington Sold Our Soul for Saudi Crude. Baer has now crossed over into the world of fiction with his second book, Blow The House Down. Although, this one is a work of fiction, Baer indicates in the concluding chapter he hopes that the narrative stands on a firm foundation of reality.
SHARE More Sharing        Friday, July 7, 2006
Award Winning author, journalist and humorist, Burton H. Wolfe is Interviewed Burton h. Wolfe author of a book that is sure to tickle your funny bone, Lucifer's Dictionary of the American Language, is interviewed by Norm Goldman, Editor of the book reviewing and author interviewing site, bookpleasures.com.

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