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on 28 May 2009
A glossy, well-packaged book with lots of photographs, many of Emma Jones herself. But unfortunately that's it - it's really just a coffee table book for would-be homeworkers. There's nothing here you wouldn't already know (eg 'What is a blog?') and some of it is laughable ('Feng shui tips for your home office'). It's enthusiastic, and makes it seem like setting up a business is a walk in the park, but skips over the various topics in a superficial manner, devoting a few words to each before making way for whole-page pics of Emma smiling at you over a coffee mug. I read the whole thing over a coffee myself, and wasn't smiling at the end. The author has obviously made a successful business of packaging & selling the concept of home-working in this way, but if you're serious about setting up a small business from home, don't waste your money on this book.
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