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Hello Lovely Bookclubbers. Today I offer you a review of the first book in the Equilibrium series, The Core by Kate Thomas. (See my column on for excerpt and more!) The Core There’s something strange about David, something that goes beyond the way he makes Ellie feel. He’s wealthy, poised, and a complete enigma. With nothing to lose but her… Read more »

A 2000 Gallup poll conducted in the United States found that 25% of working adults surveyed felt like screaming or shouting because of job stress, 14 % had considered hitting a co-worker, and 10% worry about colleagues becoming violent.  A quick look at the news will prove that workplace anger is a serious issue. Recent in a local Home Depot… Read more »

So this is my thought for the day. I’m not ashamed to say that Monday was not the best day for me. Without going into all of the details (as I’m sure you can fill in the blanks from your own life), I had difficulties. But what I’ve realized–and my colleague gave me dubious kudos for–is that there is a… Read more »

Thought for the Day

Posted on March 2, 2015 In: Lexicon, Thought for the Day

My girlfriend and one of my most valued associates forwarded this to me on Friday, but I thought I’d hold on to it until today. It seemed like a thought for a Monday, the day when most of us roll over to find our work week beginning again. Even if you are one of the few 12% who love their… Read more »

Open Invite: Shifter Party 2015

Posted on February 3, 2015 In: Book Club, Lexicon

You’re Invited! Shifter Party 2015 Date: February 28, 2015 11:30AM Venue: Facebook Event Location: The United States Website: Description: Come join the following 12 authors in our love for everything shifter related on Feb. 28, 2015. Each author will run the show for 30 minutes and have prizes to give away. ONE GRAND PRIZE winner (chosen by Rafflecopter entries)… Read more »

Happiness Is Here! Job Search 2015

Posted on January 30, 2015 In: Lexicon, On the Hunt

Job Search 2015 Move Into Your Happy Now! I just received an update email from LinkedIn that 23% of my network made a major career move in the last twelve months. 23%! That’s almost 1 in ever 4 people I am linked with on the professional network. Wow! Do you realize what this means? You could be one of those… Read more »

Hope in 2015: Jobs

Posted on January 13, 2015 In: Lexicon

Yes, “there is hope.” Job Creation and Increased Wages We have been through dark days. And even the most amazing professional resumes have not always gotten the job in the past five years. The economy has been in the toilet (no matter what the official numbers reported–my mother always said “the proof is in the pudding.”) And frankly, as the… Read more »

ChickLitPlus is Turning 5!

Posted on October 10, 2014 In: Lexicon

Happy 5th Birthday! Popular book/women’s lifestyle blog is celebrating five years during the month of October! Started in 2009 by owner Samantha March, Samantha has since gone on to start CLP Blog Tours (virtual tours specializing in indie authors) and Marching Ink, her own independent publishing company that currently has six published titles, three of her own, and… Read more »

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 »

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