Fifth Book in Five Years
Great companies hire great people. This short, easy-to-read book will help you recruit, review and refocus your new workers into the style and culture of your company. Motivating people to do great work will manage turnover and keeping good workers at your company will maintain your success. Employee inspiration makes a positive difference in our competitive world. HOW TO HIRE GREAT PEOPLE covers everything, including testing, training, tricks and tips. Follow this guide and you’ll assemble strong teams with smart workers, and you’ll learn some time-tested techniques about how to keep them. Get it now, CLICK HERE.
New Book From Dwight C. Douglas

Gold, God, Guns & Goofballs 

A Collection of Essays on America

These essays on America reflect a blunt assessment of where we find ourselves and a call for open minds to think about how to fix things in the US of A. The author explores the notion of the corporate state of Gold, scrutinizes the meaning of God in our society, questions our unhealthy need for Guns and lays out the damage that the Goofballs in power have wrought in this great nation. This collection of essays is pro-American and uncensored. GET YOUR KINDLE COPY TODAY PAPER BACK HERE.


If God Could Talk: The Diary of a TV Journalist

A Cable television talk show host is approached by a friend who offers a guest for his show who has never been on TV before. The Diary of a TV Journalist is the story about the host of the show and his executive producer vetting the guest and attempting to determine… If God Could Talk. Available at,,


Donald Trump: Repeal, Replace, Impeach

These diatribes of a delusional blogger offer a day by day overview of the 45th President’s first two-hundred days in office. Follow Donald Trump through the tough times on his way to impeachment. Available at,,


If God Could Cry: The True Meaning of Mercy

The famous cable TV talk show host, Jonas Bronck, leaves New York on a quest to find truth. He finds himself in the middle of terror and personal torment for the sake of journalism. He asks, If God Could Cry, would he be crying for us or with us?

Check out his author page on Amazon.

Dwight Douglas Now Available for Interviews