Originally Posted by Teacher
That one's on my list, and soon.
Originally Posted by javyn
Everyone on my Facebook who reads, is reading this...What the hell kinda crap is this?
LOL I think my wife's cousin has rubbed out a few after reading this. She might be re-reading the trilogy as I type this, and her house probably smells like fish.
Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy
What Every Body Is Saying by Joe Navarro. An ex-FBI agents guide to reading peoples body language. This is a fun and easy read. Brings up a lot of interesting clues besides the usual facial expressions. Such as "the feet don't lie", how changes in movements or expressions are more important than the expression. How people of high confidence express themselves and influence others with these expressions and movements.
He peppers the book with interesting and entertaining sidebar stories of tricks used in interrogating criminals and coaching witnesses for trials.
This would be ideal for anyone involved in hiring or negotiations.
Added to my list. Thanks!
Originally Posted by edinatlanta
would anyone be interested in forming an SF book club of sorts? we all read a book for 2/3 weeks and have a thread/IM service where we could discuss it? Or is that too gay?
It's gay but I'd be interested depending on the book choice.
Originally Posted by imatlas
I'm in, but good luck coming up with a reading list that we'll all agree to!
currently reading this, it's remarkably good thus far.