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The Break Down

This book poses the question: If you saw someone stranded on a dark and desolate road amidst a terrible storm, would you stop to help? A fearful Cass makes the decision not to. And when she’s discovered the woman that she’d passed was found murdered, she’s ravaged with guilt. That’s not the only thing tearing […]

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Create Lasting Conference Experiences

Fifty? One hundred? I’ve lost count of the conferences that I’ve attended over the years. Some have been professional conferences focused on re-honing skills and attaining continuing education credits. At others I’ve been a keynote speaker (yeah, really) or have presented in breakout sessions. But those conferences never hold a candle to the ones that […]

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Good Reads for Your Career

The next time you visit the professional development section of your local bookstore, you might just feel a little overwhelmed. There are so many good reads out there it’s not only difficult to choose the most relevant tomes but it is challenging to keep up with the latest and greatest jargon, assessments and innovative strategies. […]

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They All Fall Down

Excited to participate in a reality show competition, Miriam Macy believes this golden opportunity will help her make things right. With the payment she receives for participating, coupled with the prize she hopes to win, Miriam can pay off her debts and reset her finances. More importantly, she can make things right with her daughter, […]

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Are Writing and Reading Guilty Pleasures?

Attention all you writers and readers out there. I’m certain that if you are anything like me, you sometimes feel guilty about spending time in this world of luxury—writing and reading. There is something so exciting, fun and indulgent about the world of books that, just like eating your favorite pint of ice cream, when […]

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The Switch

Two identical twins couldn’t be more different: Melina is an independent, successful and outgoing publicist and her sister, Gillian, is a woman who prefers her privacy and is consumed with having a child and starting a family. On a lark, Melina convinces Gillian to switch places with her and escort an astronaut who’s in Dallas […]

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Tired of Starting Over on Your Goals?

I cannot begin to tell you how many times I’ve started over—goals, fitness routines, writing projects, smart eating plans, and personal and professional resolutions. I know that after a few failed attempts at the same goal, the goal needs to be revisited. If it’s a worthy goal, a wanted goal, an achievable goal, then it’s […]

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