Today’s Word: luculent (adjective) – Luculent (LOO-kyoo-luhnt) means cogent, convincing, clear or lucid. As I used it today: “… a book that strikes us as luculent in our youth might seem dim or even dimwitted decades later.”

Did You Know? There are more than 130 million books in print. The three most read books in the world are The Holy Bible (King James version), Quotations From the Works of Mao Tse-tung, and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.

Worth Quoting: “When the reader is ready, the best book will appear.” – M.M. Ford

What I’m Reading: From The Atlantic: “Rising Instagram stars are posting fake sponsored content”

The cleverest marketing is usually not created by the companies that win awards but by the oddballs cruising on the thin tails. Instagram marketing is no exception…

Watch This: I can’t get enough of these rockabilly dancers… the skill, the technique, and most of all the spirit. You can’t watch them without being reminded of how youth, at its energetic apex, once felt.