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Worth Reading: “EVERYTHING IS NEGOTIABLE”
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Worth Reading: “EVERYTHING IS NEGOTIABLE”

EVERYTHING IS NEGOTIABLE: The 5 Tactics to Get What You Want in Life, Love, and Work by Meg Myers Morgan is this week’s book pick worth reading. IPPY award winning author of “Harebrained” and successful Tedx speaker Meg Myers Morgan is releasing her latest self-help title “Everything is Negotiable: The 5 Tactics […]

Fall Books Worth Reading Part 1
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Fall Books Worth Reading Part 1

Driven: A Daughter’s Odyssey by Julie Heldman In the mid-20th century, the Heldmans were tennis royalty. Julie was a volatile and gutsy tennis star, twice ranked number 5 in the world. Her mother Gladys was broadly admired for her unique magazine, World Tennis, and for engineering the women’s tennis revolution. […]

Digital Bookmobile Marks 10th Anniversary Celebrating Library Ebooks
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Digital Bookmobile Marks 10th Anniversary Celebrating Library Ebooks

As the popularity of ebooks and audiobooks continues to grow, so has the high-tech Digital Bookmobile, celebrating its 10th anniversary this month. This traveling exhibit tours public libraries and schools throughout North America to promote their digital catalog of ebooks, audiobooks and other digital content to their communities. During its 10 […]

Author Interview – Carriers of Genius by Jan Helen McGee
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Author Interview – Carriers of Genius by Jan Helen McGee

WE Magazine for Women Interview with Jan Helen McGee, Author of Carriers of Genius: Conversations with the Mothers of Twelve Famous Men    What is the premise of your book? Carriers of Genius: Conversations with the Mothers of Twelve Famous Men examines the lives of Disney, Einstein, Franklin, Gershwin, Hughes, […]

10 Empowering Books for Modern Working Women
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10 Empowering Books for Modern Working Women

By Jennifer L. Jacobson Having a career can be both rewarding and challenging for anyone, but look closer at modern working life and it isn’t long before differences become apparent in the treatment, expectation, understanding, and assignment of women in the workplace. These biases do not stem from any one […]