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The Most Ridiculous Relationship Ever. A True Story.

March 11, 2014
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Have you ever met a man that makes you act foolish? You are in good company. Melanie Moore tells the story of the most ridiculous relationship ever, in her new memoir, “Tomato Stakes.” By her own account, Mel was a free spirited gypsy who needed no man. She had her crazy cousin to fill her days. They drank until they couldn’t stand. They drove people insane. They were inseparable The secret, though, was that Melanie…

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Memoirs of a Top 40 Radio Legend

December 18, 2013
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It’s been said that when you’re born with the middle name “Records,” your destiny truly has been chosen for you. John Records Landecker fulfilled HIS destiny by becoming one of the most popular and respected disc jockeys in radio history, helping shape and define Top 40 radio in its heyday. Listeners by the millions in Philadelphia, Toronto, and Chicago never missed a John Records Landecker show — waiting for the “boogie check,” for example —…

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How To Tell If Your Kid is Spoiled – And What To Do About It

July 15, 2013
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We live in the age of the Entitled Child. Many books have been written about entitlement and entitled children. but Indie author Peggy Harper Lee‘s book “Spoiled,” by contrast, is written for and about the parents of an entitled child. Whether you know you have an entitled child and want to change your relationship, or you’re wondering if you have an entitled child and want to learn the signs so you can be sure, or…

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“Yours, Mine and Ours” – Now We Know the Truth

July 12, 2013
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For many years, people asked Tom North what it was really like to grow up in the family he was part of. What they were asking was, was it really like in that movie, “Yours, Mine and Ours”? Tom North is one of the eight North children, who, together with the ten Beardsley children, became the family which was featured first in the 1968 film starring Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda, and again in the…

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Learn to See Your Book The Way An Editor Does

June 27, 2013
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Writers have a love-hate relationship with editors and editing. The value of good editing is obvious, but it’s not something most writers look forward to doing, or having someone else do. While editing is integral to the writing process, its role is often misunderstood. So, what if editing could make writing less stressful and more enjoyable? What if it could help you write sharper, more compelling prose? Now “The Editor’s Eye” by book coach and…

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What We Can All Learn From a College Rowing Team

June 24, 2013
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Success, in an organization and in life, is not a solo effort. It’s created through working together, working in sync with colleagues, clients, and valued friends or family. Through this reciprocity, small ideas grow into big plans, local efforts have a global impact, and productive managers become great leaders. It’s the power of leading without a title and getting greater results through coordinated efforts. In his new book “Working in Sync,” Whitney Mitchell tells the…

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