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Worth Reading: “EVERYTHING IS NEGOTIABLE”
Worth Reading

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 Two
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Fall Books Worth Reading – Part Two

Pieces of Me: My Journey from an Abusive Childhood to a Life of Hope and Healing by Rose Marie Abrams From the day she was born, Rose Marie Abrams was nothing more than a pawn in a sick chess game in which there would be no winner. The players were […]

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. […]

Quantum Success:  7 Essential Laws for a Thriving, Joyful and Prosperous Relationship with Work & Money
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Quantum Success: 7 Essential Laws for a Thriving, Joyful and Prosperous Relationship with Work & Money

WE Magazine for Women Interview with Christy Whitman,  Author of Quantum Success Q: The basic premise of your new book is that we can attract anything we desire by adjusting the frequency of the thoughts, feelings and beliefs that we are sending out.  Can you describe how the process of attraction works and […]

Worth Reading – Blue Collars
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Worth Reading – Blue Collars

A Conversation with Catherine McLaughlin Author of Blue Collars Why did you choose Blue Collars as the title for your novel? Blue Collars felt right for the story of the Kilroys, a working-class family living in this blue-collar neighborhood in the South End of New Bedford. The novel speaks to […]