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Steven M King

Total live articles: 15

Member since: Mar 01, 2012

Steven King loves to read, study the martial arts, discuss theology, and play video games. As an unapologetic geek, all things technological hold him in its grasp like an idyllic beachscape.

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How different would life be in the United States, if the economy had all but collapsed and the government decided that it should monitor and regulate most of what its citizens were up to? In The

Book Reviews> Fiction l 2 years ago

Peter Drucker, who has been hailed by many as the father of modern management once opined, "Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things." Is it possible that current

Book Reviews> Lifestyle l 2 years ago

Those aspiring to professional ministry have the same dreams as individuals entering various careers. After sufficient academic preparation, each young minister has an idealistic view of the world

Book Reviews> Spirituality Religion l 2 years ago

Is it possible to attain a dream body in 16 minutes a day? No, not hardly. This statistic is quoted to entice those that should read this book-individuals who have never seriously contemplated

Book Reviews> Health Mind Body l 2 years ago

Maybe your experience becoming a parent is like that shared by many others-it is a festive occasion where you contemplated the joyful experiences that were sure to come. Not too long into your

Book Reviews> Psychology l 3 years ago

Mark Gregston believes he can answer this question. In his What's Happening to My Teen, he attempts to share insights from his 30-year involvement with teenagers. Moving from his beginnings in youth

Book Reviews> Psychology l 3 years ago

Jane Mayer, in a gripping analysis of the dark side of the intelligence business, portrays Bush's administration on a quest to subvert future attacks against America. In shocking detail, she

News & Society> Politics l 3 years ago

Artist Dan Bartges dovetails on the latter portion of that quote to give the world this guide to utilizing color. It is read like the warmth of a conversation with an old friend but with the

Book Reviews> Arts Photography l 3 years ago

Danica McKellar decided to take a break from acting to attend UCLA where she earned a BS in Mathematics-even helping to author original research proving an original math theorem. During that course

Book Reviews> Reference Encyclopedia l 3 years ago

Laurence Maslon and Michael Kantor have written a phenomenal book in Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America, which is a companion to the PBS series by the same name. In their introduction,

Book Reviews> Reference Encyclopedia l 3 years ago

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