Best books about Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart, the model-turned-stockbroker-turned-caterer-turned-lifestyle-queen-turned-federal-prisoner-turned-even-bigger-lifestyle-queen, is a fascinating, iconic and often-emulated figure. Here are the essential books on (and by) the domestic goddess.

(Photo: David Shankbone/Flickr)
(Photo: David Shankbone/Flickr)

The Martha Rules: 10 Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start, Build, or Manage a Business by Martha Stewart
Drawing on her experience in building her own empire, Martha helps readers find their own entrepreneurial voice and use their skills to start or expand a venture of their own.

Being Martha: The Inside Story of Martha Stewart and Her Amazing Life by Lloyd Allen
A portrait of Stewart through the eyes of her longtime friend and former neighbor, Allen.

Martha, Inc. by Christopher M. Byron
This New York Times bestselling book details Stewart path from Connecticut caterer to CEO of a her domestic empire.

Did we skip your favorite book on this subject? Kindly let us know in the comments below so we can check it out. 


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