Angela Pierce will speak about and sign Twenty Tips for Corporate Chicks. Whether you are a recent college graduate or have been managing employees for years, we can all use a few tips for career advancement. In Twenty Tips For Corporate Chicks Angela takes the experiences from nearly twenty years of successful ladder climbing in corporate America and distills her personal lessons down to a simple set of tips. A light and witty read, the book promises to inspire a change in your habits and provoke a few "ah ha" moments. So pull out your highlighter and let's get down to business.
Jan Notzon will speak about and sign The Dogs...Barking, the story of a boy growing up on the Mexican border in Texas. As grows into a man, he battles with the demons his upbringing has instilled in him. First, he must navigate the wild-eyed, rebellious temptations of university life in the ‘60s and then the raw power of the concrete jungle of New York as he desperately pursues an acting career he hopes will quiet the fiends that torment him. To his astonishment, he finds the answer in the home he had abandoned and the lonely howl of the dogs that once serenaded him to sleep.
Rick Foster will speak about and sign Sandman. In 1972, Joe Bryan, a young Marine, just wants to get home from Viet Nam. He catches a ride on a freighter but the plane is caught in a massive storm and crashes in to a remote area of the South China sea. Joe is the only survivor and winds up on an uninhabited island. Eighteen years later Frank Simmons, a billionaire oilman and his young assistant Sarah Reagan sail to the same island on a mega-yacht for a small vacation, where they are savagely attacked by modern day pirates. Sarah is rescued by the young Marine still on the island. She is suspicious of her rescuer at first but as the months go by they fall in love and together they face the ruthless pirates and also the fact they may live the rest of their lives on the island.
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