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Good reading, good insights but it ends many years ago-before jail and her expansion into Macys and Home Depot. I wish it was more current, but worth reading anyway.Published 5 months ago by nettiberry
This was an excellent, informative, well researched and written book. Prior to reading this book, I knew virtually nothing about Martha Stewart. Read morePublished 5 months ago by VicP
I have always liked Martha Stewart recipes, crafts and home dec ideas. I'm not sure that I wanted to know so much about her personal life.Published 9 months ago by Carolyn L. Rayburn
Interested In Learning more about Martha? This was a good overview of a very driven and creative individual. Read morePublished 11 months ago by md22
I friend of mine wrote this book. I have absolutely no interest in Martha Stewart. But I wanted to see how well he wrote. Well, he hooked me. I can't stop reading it. Joseph CowleyPublished 11 months ago by Joseph Cowley
I knew she was a shrew, I just didn't know how much! I don't ever want to knowingly purchase any of her merchandise. What a waste of a good mind, but a very hard heart.Published 13 months ago by Carole B. Coffee
I wanted to read for the facts but don't believe all of the dirt. I think she probably is a hard person to deal with but I admire how far she has come-unbelieveable. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Carolyn J. Miller