Having It All Brown 1983 I am sure most of you have heard of Helen Gurley Brown, probably best known as the editor in chief at Cosmopolitan. Her best known book was Sex and the Single Girl, published in 1962.
One Man’s Forest Stephens 1974 This book is part memoir and part how to build a lumber business on your acreage. It has a fair amount of charm, but as a DIY forestry manual it is woefully out of date.
How to manage your boss Build a Partnership with Your Boss That Will Make You Both Successful 1996 I think there should be a Dewey number for books I like to classify as “Never going to happen.” These include books
Everything You Need to Run a Business at Home Lesko 1996 If you were paying attention in the early 1990s, you might remember this guy, Matthew Lesko. He was on a bunch of infomercials hawking free money from the government.
Start Your Own Mail Order Lingerie Business Prentice Hall 1999 Looking for a career alternative? How about your own mail order lingerie business? This oddly specific business book has maybe 10 pages related to actual lingerie. What the publisher did
A New Review of Pitman Shorthand Coombs 1970 (reprint 1975) I took shorthand a century ago and nearly failed. The scratches never looked like anything sensible and I never got near to the speed classmates seemed to manage. I dropped
Crisis of the Working Mother Resolving the Conflict Between Family and Work Berg 1986 Well this little book was geared to my generation as we hit the job market in the 80s. For most working mothers, you got the choice
The Woman’s Guide to Management Success How to Win Power in the Real Organizational World Cannie 1979 This is a “how to get along with boys” book for women in the office. There is lots of deconstruction of management style,