21. Carolyn 101 by Carolyn Kepcher
There is really no reason to read this book, unless you are obsessed with Carolyn from "The Apprentice", as I am. This book is basically a "how-to" for people to deal with various issues in business. It is a good book, and the tips are good, but don't go much beyond common sense and are not too useful to me, as I am not a business person. That said, this is a fun book to read to get insights into Carolyn's personality. She seems like a really authentic person, who is in actuality a lot like she seems on TV. I liked seeing more of her personality and enjoyed the book. Carolyn is totally my hero.