Christmas Book Review & Interview by Roy Berger: Castle Faggot by Derek McCormack.

DECEMBER 23, 2020 – Castle Faggot is a comedic straightforward novella of 85 pages by Derek McCormack with a bonus ten-page afterword by Zac Farley and Dennis Cooper. That last part exists as defense and praise for what I gather is a departure from DM’s normal writing. I admit to being innocent of reading Mr.… Continue reading Christmas Book Review & Interview by Roy Berger: Castle Faggot by Derek McCormack.

An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth by Chris Hadfield: Book Review by Reg Coffey

  CFN – An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth is one of the finest non-fiction books that I have ever read. At first I thought it was just going to be a chronicle of the author’s trip to space and back but it is much more than that. In the book Chris Hadfield not… Continue reading An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth by Chris Hadfield: Book Review by Reg Coffey

Redefining Success: Still Making Mistakes Book Review by Lorna Foreman – Dec 29, 2013

 CFN – I was delighted to be asked to review W. Brett Wilson’s book “Redefining Success: Still Making Mistakes”. For those of you who have watched  “Dragon’s Den” you may be familiar with him. A highly successful business man and philanthropist, his principles for business should be taught to every MBA student. If all Corporate… Continue reading Redefining Success: Still Making Mistakes Book Review by Lorna Foreman – Dec 29, 2013

Joe Clark’s new book How We Lead: Canada in a Century of Change (Random House Canada, 273 pages) Reviewed by PJ Robertson

  CFN – How We Lead covers past, present, and future, “we” being Canada as a whole— citizens, businesses, corporations, NGOs and “not just governments,” Clark insists. And, importantly, Canada’s reputation in the world.   What kind of leadership, he asks, have we shown in a changing world over the past century up until today?… Continue reading Joe Clark’s new book How We Lead: Canada in a Century of Change (Random House Canada, 273 pages) Reviewed by PJ Robertson

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