Books and crooks

For many students beginning a new semester, their greatest fears are supposed to be related to term papers or tough professors. Instead, many must worry about how much their textbooks will cost, and whether the total will be something that they can possible afford.

Best-selling author comes to NSU

NSU will host a free speaker and book-signing event with Rip Esselstyn — former professional athlete, firefighter and author of the New York Times best-selling book “The Engine 2 Diet” — in the Don Taft University Center’s Performing and Visual Arts Theater on Feb. 28 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The event is sponsored by Whole Foods Market in Plantation and is open to the public.

Mastering the Kindle: How to get a bang for your buck

Love to read? How about getting a good read on the cheap, better yet, for free? If you have an Amazon Kindle, you’re in luck. If you don’t, well, I suggest you invest in one. Fast. Here are some exciting eBooks that will keep you entertained:
(If you’re an undercover bookworm, be sure to download the Kindle app, available for iPhone and Android, to read your collection on the go!)