New Book Releases – A selection of the best books released this month. There are many new book releases every month, and WhytoRead compiles the best selection based on readers reviews and sales. There will be a collection of new book releases from a variety of different genres, from Money & Business non-fiction, to Fantasy & Science Fiction literature.
The world of business books is a dynamic one. Every month, new business leaders and innovators publish a new book to share their success secrets. In an environment where you need to keep up to date, reading the most relevant books and business magazines in the entrepreneur genre is essential. These new book releases are the best of the books released this month, based on user and critical reviews.
5 Best New Book Releases In Business & Money – October 2014
Gene Simmons has one philosophy. The philosophy of ME. His book is a hard-hitting discussion on how to make lots of money. Focus 100% on ME. Not your wife, not your children, not your friends. Just ME.
We already features this book in our non-fiction new releases for this month. Here is the review from that post. ‘The Innovators‘ is a serial biography of a number of highly creative scientists and engineers since the 1840s who gave us the Third Industrial Revolution – transistors, microchips and microprocessors, programmable computers and their software, PCs, and the graphic interface.
Zero To Oneis full of unique, practical insights, and discusses success in terms of human nature and culture. Along with business strategy, Thiel outlines how successful innovation shapes society and shares an intriguing vision.
The newest book from Tony Robbins, his first for over a decade, is a guide about money which is useful for everyone. Whether you’re a regular investor or you want a guide on how to handle your day to day finances, this book will have some useful insights.
A great guide on time management. You can run a successful business and enjoy your free time as well. Steven Shallenberger has more than 40 years of experience as a successful entrepreneur, and in this book, he shares his experience.
Lena Dunham has written a powerful and funny book about her coming of age. Her insights, experiences, and humor are a blast to behold. We rarely see a woman be so truthful about her mistakes, flaws, neuroses and family.
This small book is a guide to thinking, seeing, touching, and decision making, which are all called tidying here. The tidying project she suggests seems more suited to a small Japanese apartment that a house full of maybe-some days, but it is easy to adapt her suggestions into methods that help in making decisions.
This book could be a game changer, if enough people read it and take it to heart. Atul Gawande addresses end-of-life care, and how we’re getting it wrong, both within the medical establishment and in our families.
In Amy Poehler’s first book, Yes Please, she offers up personal stories, funny bits on sex and love and friendship and parenthood and real life advice. Powered by Amy’s charming and hilarious, biting yet wise voice, Yes Please is a book full of fun.
‘The Innovators‘ is a serial biography of a number of highly creative scientists and engineers since the 1840s who gave us the Third Industrial Revolution – transistors, microchips and microprocessors, programmable computers and their software, PCs, and the graphic interface.
Unlike more traditional mysteries, My Sisters Grave focuses on a crime from twenty years ago that has already been solved with the main character being the victim’s sister. Part police procedural, part amateur detective, part courtroom drama, this is very much a modern mystery.
Set against the backdrop of the Great Recession of 2008, Gray Mountain by bestselling author John Grisham follows a 29-year-old female Manhattan associate attorney who gets downsized and is forced to leave her Wall Street law firm. Having to work as an unpaid intern in a small town, she begins to uncover the generations of secrets which want to remain buried.
The Glassblower by Petra Durst-Benningis the first book in The Glassblower Trilogy. The book tells the story of the three young Steinmann sisters who live in the glassblowing village of Lauscha in Germany at the end of the nineteenth century. The sisters have to make a living by glassblowing in a male dominated profession, after the passing of their father.
This is a very unique, unusual and entertaining mystery thriller. The book is about a teenage girl searching for her missing mother. Jenna must puzzle out why her mother, Alice, disappeared from the New England Elephant Sanctuary. What follows is an emotional masterpiece.