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Is a Creative Career Calling You? 

John always had a passion for books and art, but thanks to his parents was encouraged to get his business degree and become a banker like his father. Though John is doing well financially, and he’s provided his family with benefits and the security of a solid savings account, John feels little joy in his […]

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Madam President

This is a story about three women thrust into political and emotional battles as they try to thoughtfully navigate their own career survival. On the heels of a terrorist attack on American soil, President Charlotte Kramer is being torn between managing her political reputation and being a stalwart source for the nation’s strength. She’s also […]

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Saying “No” and Letting Go 

I walked away from a book contract. I said no, and finally let it go.  One of the hardest things we can ever do is say “no” to someone. In doing so, we tend to feel that we’re disappointing others or letting ourselves down, too. Possibly we will be missing out on something (FOMO) that […]

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Spy

This story by Danielle Steel draws you into the life of a privileged, young English woman, Alexandra Wickman. Five years after her coming out ball in 1934 where she was presented to King George V and Queen Mary, Alex makes the decision to leave a life of security for the war effort by in enlisting […]

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Outfox

Here’s a book about two conmen trying to outfox one another. The first, Weston Graham is a serial killer with a penchant for obsessive rituals so subtle they’re almost imperceptible. The second, Drex Easton has spent his entire life tracking him down. But Drex is not all that he seems. What’s clear is that he’s […]

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The Power of Books

Reading, reviewing, recommending, revisiting, relaxing, recharging, re-reading and repeat. I’ll go on to list gifting, writing, learning, sharing, blogging, teaching, etc. There is so much power that comes from the words within. While we know what books can do for us, why is it we often fail to give books the credit they deserve. Just […]

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