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After starting several other titles on my “reading list” of books that I’ve designated to be the up-and-coming reads for my blog, and deciding that none really matched my current mood, I found myself drawn once again to my #kindlesteals list of free books that are regularly priced $4.99 and above.

In this latest foray into my #kindlesteals list, I came back with “The Giving Game” by Merri Lee Marks. Regularly priced at $9.99, it is still free at the time of this blog post.

Part memoir, part charitable-social-networking how-to, part “Real Housewives” and part exposé, “The Giving Game” is a non-fiction work that gives the reader insider information on the world of high-society charitable giving. I enjoyed the easy reading style which merged a feeling of investigative journalism by including quotes and references to other sources with flowing narratives.

Anyone vaguely familiar with the world of…

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Writing a non- fiction study How do we feed the world's starving. Published The end of Humanity and have four books to publish.
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