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Hello Lovely Book Club, Today, I offer you a review of Kate Robbins’ third installment in her Highlander Chiefs series, Promised to the Highlander: When the dark Sutherland clan leader declares open hostility on the MacKays and all of their supporters, Nessia Stephenson finds herself in grave danger. Her father brokers a marriage that will protect her from the marauders… Read more »

Can Martin’s Place ‘Keep the Dream Alive’ for NJ Job Seekers? Political heavy hitters flocked to Jersey City for the re-opening of a jobs training program…but is this showboating, or a new day for people in need? After the opening of the new Martin’s Place in Jersey City, this Dirty City resident felt the need to pose the question to… Read more »

Wage War Against Alzheimer’s!

Posted on September 22, 2014 In: Book Club, Lexicon

Support New Book Project! Alzheimer’s Stress Relief A practical guide to help caregivers make the best decisions for their loved ones. Get Your Free Copy Tuesday, September 23 If you or anyone you know is suffering with Alzheimer’s, you will want to read this book. Laura Town and Karen Kassel have started a series of books to help caregivers battling… Read more »

New Book Release: A Sports Illustrated Strategy for Success by William Christopher Harris POSE Magazine hosts Galaxy Tablet Sweepstakes Giveaway! Saturday, November 16, 2013 Pick up your copy of POSE to see details on how to win a brand new Galaxy Tablet just by checking out this new book. A Sports Illustrated Strategy for Success: A Christian Perspective gives you… Read more »

“Do you know what it’s like not to exist?” Breaking In: The Author of a New Era By Wayne D. Casey Foreword by Bernie Casey, Afterword by Doug Tench Paperback: $14.95, ISBN 13: 9781492767664, 198 Pages Order online at www.WayneCasey.com or on Amazon.com In this powerful coming of age story, Wayne D. Casey reminds us of the realities of Jim… Read more »

By Eileen Ramos Listless (adj): having or showing little or no interest in anything; languid; spiritless; indifferent There is nothing worse than a completely listless piece of writing. There is no protagonist to root for. No enticing plot to follow. No lesson to learn from. No point to read at all.  It’s a waste of time to read something indifferent;… Read more »

By Eileen Ramos Battology (n.): wearisome repetition of words in speaking or writing. There are few things that annoy me more  than battology. To hear or read the same words over and over is extremely grating on the nerves.  If you want to avoid annoying your audience, review your piece. Read it (preferably aloud) at least once so you can… Read more »

By Kate E. Stephenson Cupidity (n.): eager or excessive desire, especially to possess something; greed; avarice. While the word may manifest images of a cherubic angel with a heart-shaped bow, cupidity is seriously not cute. There is a fine line between ambition and cupidity. Ambition can be admirable whereas cupidity is just ugly. When drive crosses the line to desperation,… Read more »

By Eileen Ramos Obdurate (adj.): Not changing in response to argument or other influence. It is good to stand your ground but you have to choose carefully about when you should relent and when not to give in. When it comes to your job, be especially cautious; you don’t want to lose your position over a silly argument. It is… Read more »

By Eileen Ramos Resile (v.): 1. To spring back; rebound; resume the original for or position as an elastic body. 2. To shrink back; recoil You have two choices to make; either rebound or shrink away from adversity.  To resile is a tricky action because it means to do both. But there is no mistaking which definition forms the root… Read more »

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