Tuesday , 28 March 2017

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Guest Post: Author Brooke Davis on Sudden Loss and Creative Coping

Guest Post: Author Brooke Davis on Sudden Loss and Creative Coping

In today's guest post, author Brooke Davis shares the personal tragedy that led to the creation of her debut novel Lost & Found,  and discusses why she wanted to explore what ...

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Biz Book Club – ZILCH: THE POWER OF ZERO IN BUSINESS

Biz Book Club – ZILCH: THE POWER OF ZERO IN BUSINESS

In the guest chair:  Eric Holtzclaw, regular show contributor and Chief Strategist at Laddering Works, Maria Runnels, Strategic Planner and Finance Professional and Margaret Ruthe ...

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Man of the Hour: Haruki Murakami

Man of the Hour: Haruki Murakami

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of months, you’ve heard of the author of the hour: Haruki Murakami. The heavily western-influenced Japanese author recen ...

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Top Business Books for Women by Women

Top Business Books for Women by Women

Let me start by saying that not all of these books are considered your typical “business books”. They may or may not be found in business sections of the bookstore. They also may ...

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Book Review: THE ANTI 9-5 GUIDE by Michelle Goodman

Book Review: THE ANTI 9-5 GUIDE by Michelle Goodman

Admittedly, I’m embarrassed when I’m browsing the self-help shelves at the local library. I’m afraid someone will see me and my scream for help will be deathly obvious. Or worse, ...

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Book Review: A LONG TIME GONE by Karen White

Book Review: A LONG TIME GONE by Karen White

Hailing from the deep South, I was pleased to kick off my summer reading with a book like Karen’s. It brought back wonderful memories of my childhood home and longing for a picnic ...

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Fortune & Fame and a Writing Partnership That Just Works!

Fortune & Fame and a Writing Partnership That Just Works!

Thanks to today's special guest contributors, co-authors Victoria Christopher Murray and ReShonda Tate Billingsley for today's post on writing as a duo! Whomever said writing is a ...

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Do I have to say “Thanks for the Feedback”?

Do I have to say “Thanks for the Feedback”?

Nobody really likes performance reviews, do they?  Even when they're good, they're still stressful. (And when was the last time "meets expectations" felt like a compliment?) But w ...

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Interview with NYT Bestselling Author Scott Turow

Interview with NYT Bestselling Author Scott Turow

New York Times Bestselling author Scott Turow's new book IDENTICAL is quite the page turner.  Part family drama, part legal thriller, IDENTICAL is a page turner and will be a grea ...

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How to be a Friend to a Friend Who’s Sick

How to be a Friend to a Friend Who’s Sick

What do you say when someone tells you they have cancer?  Or they're dying?  Or they had some other family trauma that is generally unthinkable? This is the kind of thing we gener ...

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