Own It: The Power of Women at Work by Sally Krawcheck

A new kind of career playbook for a new era of feminism, offering women a new set of rules for professional success: one that plays to their strengths and builds on the power they already have.

Weren’t women supposed to have “arrived”? Perhaps with the nation’s first female President, equal pay on the horizon,

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It's Monday! What Are You Reading

It’s Monday, What are you Reading?

It’s Monday, What are you Reading? It’s Monday, and the Book Date asks What are YOU reading on this day. Check out the Book Date site and mention your current reads…. It’s a LOT of fun!

So far, this is what I am reading this week:
It's Monday, What are you Reading?

I am reading a few other things,

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I Take You by Eliza Kennedy

I Take You by Eliza Kennedy

I Take You by Eliza Kennedy–Lily is getting married to Will, the perfect guy. While he talks about his archeology job and fancies a lot of old-timey type things, she cannot deny the fire that they once shared. However, it isn’t until the week before the wedding that, as she is called to cancel said wedding by multiple people, that she realizes her true feelings for him.

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Freedom’s Child by Jax Miller

Freedom Oliver works the bar in Oregon. She finally convinced the whippersnappers to leave her alone for the most part. She’s an alcoholic, and keeps to herself (except for a core group of friends, no one really ‘knows’ Freedom). Until the day when she finds out her daughter was killed. Then she tells her cop friend, and disappears into the night.

Mason left his religious family years ago,

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I’ve reviewed a few Doctor Who books previously, so when Broadway Books (the paperback subsidiary of Crown Publishing) gave me the opportunity to read a new book featuring the 12th Doctor in exchange for my honest review, I jumped on the chance. Thank you, Crown/Broadway books.

It is the far future. The Doctor, and his ‘associate’ Clara are working with a team of explorers who are on a new-top-of-the-line ship,

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I hate spiders, especially since seeing Arachnophobia as a kid. However, I love Doctor Who. So, when I was given the opportunity to review Doctor Who: The Crawling Terror by Mike Tucker, there was some initial hesitation.

The village of Ringstone is quiet and quaint, but when large insects suddenly descend and threaten the residents, only the Doctor and his companion, Clara, can help with the giant Daddy Longlegs that have appeared without warning.

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