Ted Sturtz

Ted Sturtz established New York Journal of Books, LLC, during an extended break from a long career in finance. As an investment banker, Ted covered media companies, including publishers, for ten years. He ghost-authored a business-category book released in the fall of 2009 that received numerous highly favorable reviews. Ted majored in fiction writing as an undergraduate at Brown University.

Book Reviews by Ted Sturtz

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“. . . this quick read is chock full of complications.”

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“. . . brimming with sage advice about how to use social media tools. In the end it most succeeds where many other books come up short: in fully communicating . . .”

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“Social networking newcomers: Munch on this book like you would a good snack.”

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“The Kickstarter Handbook should be read by anyone contemplating a Kickstarter campaign.”

This review is something different.

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“The Art of SEO is the Holy Grail of search engine optimization books.”

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“Do not start a startup without this book.”

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“Want to learn and implement SEO? Read this book. . . .

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“For that tiny percentage of readers who build their own computers, shamelessly reduce tech support drones to puddles, and know just enough to be, well, dangerous, this may just be the book

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Rick Hodes grew up on Long Island. There was nothing in his background to suggest that he would become a doctor who devoted his life to some of the sickest and poorest souls on our planet.

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Well over a year passed between the publication of Niall Ferguson’s The Ascent of Money in hardcover and the paperback text reviewed here.

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The prose of Joyce Carol Oates has long established her as a living national treasure.

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Andrew Ross Sorkin has written what many consider the definitive book on both Lehman Brothers and the financial crisis.

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Andrew Ross Sorkin’s Too Big to Fail left a clear impression that Sorkin has to a great extent merely repeated the words of some of the government and business titans who played major role