Two years after Oprah Winfrey abandoned us (and the publishing industry) in a dark world where we could only guess at what was on her bookshelf, the queen of TV (except for maybe cable) is ready to share her reading choices once again. But this time she's giving it an
Bucks' Ekpe Udoh: 'I want to be like Oprah'
Epke Udoh will leave one positive lasting impression from this dreary season for the Milwaukee Bucks, and it has nothing to do with basketball. Few, if any, NBA players can say they've started a book club over Twitter. Udoh, a four-year NBA veteran who started his college career at Michigan before transferring to Baylor, is thinking big.
Oprah Inspires Systems Analyst to Design Workbook for Making Spirituality More Practical
ST. LOUIS, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's been often said that spiritual seekers routinely encounter difficulty with sustaining their spiritual connection throughout their daily lives. Douglas Colbert has discovered that spiritual sustainability rest on the ability to foster a fit, properly conditioned state of being [the SOB]. Even though spiritual seekers may respect and embrace the ...
Sorry, Oprah: Samsung Goes With Amazon for New Book Club
Samsung announced Wednesday a partnership with Amazon to create a custom version of Kindle for its phones and tablets. While the Kindle app, of course, already works on Android devices, Galaxy owners will get a big perk – 12 free e-books a year, with ...
New Book From Oprah Winfrey Is ‘What I Know for Sure’
Oprah Winfrey has written a new book collecting some of her insights about life’s struggles and inspirations, her publisher said on Wednesday. The book, “What I Know for Sure,” is adapted from Ms. Winfrey’s regular column in O, The Oprah Magazine ...