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You know when someone jokes that they have "done it all?" Halley Suitt Tucker could put Chief Everything Officer on her business card. Halley is currently living in Boston and writes for a living. You name it she writes it. Halley has been blogging for 10 years, went through Techstars, and is now writing books! Halley

This week, I finished my "Christina-Dudley-triathlon-series" (read more about that series here and here) by reading her latest book, The Beresfords.  The book is a modern day adaptation of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park and was actually chosen as "The Best Modern Adaptation" in 2012 by Austenprose.  Similar to the Fanny Price of Mansfield Park, the book tells the tale of Frannie Price and

Sequel to Week 13's Mourning Becomes Cassandra, The Littlest Doubts continues the fun, and at times comical, plot line.  The book also ties up a few loose ends, but not in the way one expects.  Dudley keeps you guessing until the final pages.  And as you finish the book, you'll wish

Last week, I read Half Broke Horses, a true-life novel by Jeannette Walls.  It was fabulous, as I knew it would be because the first book I read from Walls (her childhood memoir called The Glass Castle) I read in one sitting.  Within reading the first few pages of both books, Walls

This week I re-read #SocialEra by Nilofer Merchant.  Reading this book is a rite of passage to work at thinkspace.  I was actually given the book before I accepted the job here (probably to make sure I aligned with the community's core values

A few months ago, I attended a simulcast of The Justice Conference in Bellevue.  One of the speakers at the conference was Claire Diaz-Ortiz.  Claire (@claire) has worked at Twitter since 2009 and manages Twitter's social good initiatives, including the Twitter for Nonprofits and Twitter Ads for Good programs.  She is also known as “The Woman