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Need more control? Write a novel. Guest Post by Pamela T Starr

Need more control?  Write a novel.

When I was newly married, I couldn’t understand why my husband wouldn’t do the things I wanted.  When I was a new mother, I couldn’t understand why my baby cried for no apparent reason.  As a woman, I couldn’t understand why my hair looked great when I was staying home and got frizzy when I need to look good.

Need more control? Write a novel suggests author @PamelaStarrFL  #TruthsNotSpoken #GuestPost

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So I wrote a novel.

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Truths Not Spoken by Pamela T Starr

Disclosure: I received a free copy of Truths Not Spoken by Pamela T. Starr to read and review through iRead Book Tours.

I’ll be honest. The way my life is set up – it’s been a long time since I sat and read something that was not business or personal development related. Truths Not Spoken by Pamela T. Starr was a welcome change and gave me the opportunity to lose myself in the lives of fictional characters.

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Mama Says, “Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees!” by Iris Mack

Dr. Iris Mack’s financial literacy book “Mama Says Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees!” is focused on teaching students that math can be fun and key to understanding money and interest.

Book Details:

Book Title: Mama says, ”Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees!”
Author: Iris Marie Mack, PhD, EMBA
Category: Middle-Grade Non-fiction, 48 pages
Genre: Financial and Math Literacy
Publisher: CreateSpace
Release date: January 14, 2011
Tour dates: April 17 –

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Interview with Jae Ellard: Author of Success With Stress

Disclosure: I received a free copy of Success With Stress by Jae Ellard to review and share my thoughts with my community here on my website and social media outlets.

For years now, stress seems to be a constant in my life. There are times when it overwhelms me; times when it propels me and times when it’s just there – hovering.

When the opportunity read and review Success With Stress came up,

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SCREW YOU! Startup Business Tips by Tim Carthon

How many times in your life have you been dissuaded from following your entrepreneurial dreams due to either fear of failure (be that fear from yourself or others) or doubt due to the unknown?

Startup business infrastructure specialist Tim Carthon’s new book, SCREW YOU! Startup Business Tips to Destroy Doubt, Especially Inside You (Tips 1-20); the first in his new 5-part business tips book series, gives you streamlined, powerful tips for pivotal decision points that can make all the difference in your business and its startup outcomes.

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Words of Caution for Female Entrepreneurs by Felena Hanson

Thank you to Felena Hanson, author of Flight Club: Rebel, Reinvent, and Thrive: Your Dream Business How to Launch Your Dream Business, for today’s post with words of caution for female entrepreneurs.

I list many words of caution in Fight Club but here are three of my favorite:

Be Imperfect

As Voltaire famously wrote, “Le mieux est l’ennemi du bien”—the perfect is the enemy of the good.

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Speaking Up For Suicide Prevention

Thank you to Yvonne Williams Casaus, author of A Drop of Water, for today’s guest post discussing the importance of speaking up for suicide prevention.

September is Suicide Awareness Month. Over 800,000 people die due to suicide every year. For every suicide there are many more that have considered or attempted suicide. For every suicide and attempt there are families and friends that have to learn how to overcome the traumatic aftermath.

I am a Therapist and Suicide Loss Survivor.

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