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Kick - Paula Byrne

Its been a while I know – sorry! I’m back and I’m back with a review of a book I wouldn’t ordinarily read.

My husband and I have really different tastes in books – he loves what I fondly call a ‘big boring book’ ( I recognise this is very mean of me and completely unfair – no offence meant anyone reading this!) These are books hefty enough to kill a man and predominantly about war or history and very much factual. 426 more words

"A Day at the Office" Tuesday, July 26th

So today at work I made the decision to document my thoughts and feelings at the exact moment I experienced them. This was the result: 298 more words

Dolly Parton

In Memoriam: Fred Ward (1935-2016)

Photographer Fred Ward—who captured intimate moments at the White House with Martin Luther King Jr., John F. Kennedy and Gerald Ford—died last week, from Alzheimer’s disease, says his daughter, Lolly Ward. 208 more words

Hiring managers want one thing: A salary negotiation coach's advice to her female executive clients

I’ll never forget the first time I found out I was making less money than the equally qualified man sitting in the desk next to mine. 1,066 more words

Former FBI Agent Reveals Who Really Killed JFK

John Fitzgerald “Jack” Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963), commonly referred to by his initials JFK, was an American politician who served as the 35th President of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963… 87 more words

Pieces Of History

A review of "JFK and the unspeakable" by James W. Douglass

It’s summer and vacation. I’ve just finished JFK and the unspeakable by James W. Douglass. I am not a JFK scholar and know very little about Kennedy and his times; I was born ten years after he was assassinated. 2,394 more words