Cults Inside Out: How People Get In and Can Get Out by Rick Alan Ross is an informative tome that explores how individuals get involved with cults… and what steps can be taken to heal those who have been drawn into these damaging groups so that they can leave. Riveting. So Suzy Says.
T’was the night before Christmas and all through the house… everyone was enjoying several iterations of Clement Clarke Moore‘s classic, The Night Before Christmas. The younger tykes were enjoying the pop up version, while parents read the classic edition to the toddlers. History buffs read a WWII take on the tale while one lucky child unwrapped the FAO … Continue Reading
The New Rules of Consumer Privacy: Building Loyalty with Connected Consumers in the Age of Face Recognition and AI by investor investment banker turned technology executive Peter Trepp examines the intersection of convenience, security privacy and the tradeoffs between this troika that consumers regularly make. Maybe I won’t sign in with my Facebook account next time. Intriguing. So Suzy … Continue Reading
Cabana Anthology is an anthology of the best of the style magazine’s art and editorial by its founder, Martina Mondadori Sartogo. An artful collection of artful essays and photographs on interiors, objects, and visual essays from contributors ranging from Justine Picardie, Patrick Kinmonth, and Christian Louboutin this is one coffee table book people will actually read. So Suzy Says.
Start a new family tradition with The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition. The book comes with a Blue-Eyed Girl Scout Elf or Brown-Eyed Boy Scout Elf or Blue-Eyed Boy Scout Elf and other iterations. Regardless of which version you buy, all have a magical story that explains how Santa’s scout elves help him manage his naughty and nice … Continue Reading
The Girl Who Saved Christmas by William Thomas Thach and illustrator Richard Bernal is the charming tale of Molly the only child in the world who hasn’t been naughty. Molly saves Christmas by reminding Santa of the power of forgiveness. I was fortunate to meet Will Thach last December and have a signed copy of the book that … Continue Reading
The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom (A Toltec Wisdom Book) is Don Miguel Ruiz’s classic tome about how to rid yourself of self-limiting beliefs that create needless suffering. Ruiz outlines a powerful code of conduct based on Totemic Wisdom that will show you how to reach your potential and enjoy life. Wise. So Suzy Says.
Second Bloom: Cathy Graham’s Art of the Table byAlexis Clark with a foreword by Joanna Coles is filled with tips to make every gathering gracious and memorable from Artist, collector, and entertaining guru Graham. A great Thanksgiving resource. And for your post-Thanksgivng meal, try serving up leftovers on Charm Majesty’s new looks-like-linen-to-most paper plates and placemats. They are the bomb. … Continue Reading
The New Childhood: Raising Kids to Thrive in a Connected World by Jordan Shapiro, Senior Fellow for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop, and Nonresident Fellow in the Global Economic and Development program at the Brookings Institution, discusses new parenting paradigms for our new technology age. Pre order it — and start 2019 in the know. … Continue Reading
Dior and His Decorators: Victor Grandpierre, Georges Geffroy, and the New Look by Maureen Footer with a forward by Hamish Bowlesexplores the work of the interior designs of Victor Grandpierre and Georges Geffroy whose elegant and opulent aesthetic brought color to a war-weary world. Beautiful So Suzy Says.
The Rule of One by Ashley Saunders and Leslie Saunders takes place in the near future, in a time where the USA has followed China’s lead and instituted one child policy. But… what happens to identical twins? Well…. it’s not good as the heroines of this book — the debut novel of identical twins — find once when … Continue Reading
So Suzy Says was born out of my love for sharing all of my personal resources and innate sense of style with those I care about. I’ve been told that I can ‘sell ice to Eskimos’ and connect people together on many mutually beneficial levels. Read More >