★★★★★ Review - How to Succeed in High School and Prep for College
by Phyllis Zimbler Miller, M.B.A. by Jon Siegelman, Ph.D. of
(abbreviated and used with permission):
I highly recommend this book. 5 stars.
I had not heard of the author until she followed my Twitter account. I
also took a peek at her LinkedIn account; her experience is in marketing and speechwriting (she has also written novels and screenplays). What, no college counseling? I offered to read and review this book with the understanding that my report would be an honest one, and Ms. Miller agreed.
As I began to read, I was impressed. Before I reached the midpoint, I was converted. How to Succeed
is a must read for students who are committed to playing the college entrance game to win.
The book is available in Kindle format (text-to-speech is enabled)
for $4.97, and was 247 pages long on my iPad. It is not meant to be a
comprehensive overview of the entire college application process.
However, it is chock full of useful advice.
About the Author
Phyllis Zimbler Miller has a B.A. in Journalism from Michigan State University and an M.B.A. in Finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Before getting her M.B.A., she was a newspaper journalist and taught newswriting courses and copyediting courses at Temple University Center City. She is the co-founder of the Beverly Hills, California-based online marketing company MillerMosaicLLC.com, which is now WBENC certified. Applying marketing and branding strategies to the academic arena, Phyllis works with students on their college, law school and medical school applications. Check out her other nonfiction and fiction books at www.PhyllisZimblerMiller.com