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Good Things for Easy Entertaining: The Best of Martha Stewart Living (Good Things with Martha Stewart Living Series)
Editors of Martha Stewart Living Magazine
1400048788
March 2003
Hardcover
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Book Description
In this latest volume in the Good Things With Martha Stewart Living series, you will find dozens of ideas, projects, and recipes to help you entertain more easily and often. Delicious drinks and hors d'oeuvres, simple lighting projects, beautiful centerpieces, clever place cards, creative table coverings, and luscious desserts round out this inspired collection.

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In this latest volume in the Good Things With Martha Stewart Living series, you will find dozens of ideas, projects, and recipes to help you entertain more easily and often. Delicious drinks and hors d'oeuvres, simple lighting projects, beautiful centerpieces, clever place cards, creative table coverings, and luscious desserts round out this inspired collection.


Just Desserts -- Martha Stewart
Jerry Oppenheimer
193227023X
July 2003
Paperback
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Martha Inc.: The Incredible Story of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Christopher M. Byron
1413205577

Hardcover
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Being Martha: The Inside Story of Martha Stewart
Lloyd Allen
0471771015
January 2006
Hardcover
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From Booklist
Get ready for the slew of books on Martha Stewart now that her prison term is completed--some obnoxiously pro-Martha, others tenuous (since, after all, she is one of the world's wealthiest women), and some straightforward, without bias. Former Connecticut neighbor Allen definitely falls in the first category--all Martha, all the way. There is little, in fact, to report on the negative front; Allen had ample access to family and friends to paint a flattering portrait. To be sure, her ego reads loud and clear, like her yearbook quote: "I do what I please and I do it with ease." Tracing her background back to the Kostyra household, he touches on her multitude of successes--in modeling, stock brokerage, catering, and book publishing and as CEO--along with the well-documented ImClone troubles. Occasionally, as a seeming sop to...


The Martha Rules: 10 Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start, Grow, or Manage a Business
Martha Stewart
1594864705
October 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
Martha Stewart is an undeniable force in the business world. One of the world’s greatest entrepreneurs, she turned her personal passion into Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, a billion dollar business. This Fall she’s breaking new ground with two television shows from NBC—her reality show The Apprentice: Martha Stewart and her daytime syndicated show Martha—as well as a radio program on Sirius satellite radio which will provide daily round-the-clock how-to content. What’s her secret for success?


The World According to Martha
Bill Adler
0071464565
September 2005
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
She's been incarcerated. She's built a lifestyle empire. She has over three dozen pets. Her name is used to sell everything from paint to cookbooks. Her thoughts on these and many other topics are related here in bite-size capsules, organized into 30 categories for easy browsing. Due to the book's wide focus, Stewart's comments range from the mundane to the philosophical, and though, by some accounts, she's been known to be less than pleasant to live and work with, she comes across in Adler's quote compilation as angelic. (He does note that her husband of 29 years, in the divorce papers, accused Stewart of "mental cruelty," though it's spun as a manifestation of Stewart's perfectionism, which-surprise-is Stewart's "greatest strength and greatest weakness," according to her daughter.) Which isn't to say there...


The Martha Rules: 10 Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start, Grow, or Manage a Business
Martha Stewart
0739332333
October 2005
Compact Disc
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Book Description
Martha Stewart is an undeniable force in the business world. One of the world's greatest entrepreneurs, she turned her personal passion into Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, a billion dollar business. This fall she's breaking new ground with two television shows from NBC -- her reality show The Apprentice: Martha Stewart and her daytime syndicated show Martha -- as well as a radio program on Sirius satellite radio which will provide daily round-the-clock how-to content. What's her secret for success?

Now, for the first time, Martha Stewart shares her business knowledge and advice in this handbook for success. Tapping into her years of experience in building a thriving business, Martha will help listeners identify their own entrepreneurial voice and channel their skills and passions into a...


Naked Pictures of Famous People
Jon Stewart
0688171621
October 1999
Paperback
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Book Review
Sometimes it seems like every standup comedian worth his or her salt just has to do the book thing, and you might feel that yet another warmed-over stage routine is the last thing you need taking up valuable bookshelf space. Jon Stewart's book will come as an extremely pleasant surprise. He eschews the standard standup patter and instead gives us 18 short comic essays in a variety of styles that recall the prose work of Woody Allen, only with a few more references to genitals. Stewart proves himself a remarkably nimble humorist with a sharp eye for parody, whether he's writing "A Very Hanson Christmas" or "Adolf Hitler: The Larry King Interview."

HITLER: ...Larry, look, I was a bad guy. No question. I hate that Hitler. The yelling, the finger pointing, I don't know ... I was a very angry guy.

KING: And this ......



Martha Stewart
Charles J. Shields
0791063186
December 2001
Hardcover
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Martha Stewart
Charles J. Shields
0791063194
November 2001
Paperback
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Martha Inc.: The Incredible Story of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Christopher M. Byron
0471123005
March 2002
Hardcover
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Book Review
There's probably no woman in America who is as famous--or controversial--as Martha Stewart. In Martha Inc. Christopher Byron gets past the public persona to tell how "the quiet little girl from the house on Elm Place" became the "richest self-made businesswoman in America." While Byron acknowledges that Stewart has a good side, there's not much evidence of it here; much of the book focuses on the darker aspects of Stewart's private life that were first popularized in Jerry Oppenheimer's mean-spirited Just Desserts. Unlike Oppenheimer's account, however, Byron keeps the mudslinging in check by also chronicling her amazing business success as "one of the most potent and effective brands in the history of American marketing." He details her relationships with Kmart, Group W, and Time-Warner, noting that her maneuvering to buy...

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