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Author AIMEE TITTLEMIER: "DON'T FLUCK IT UP Interview & Review

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We Are So Proud to Have With Us Aimee Tittlemier 



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Rad-Reader:  What inspired you to write this book in the first place?
Aimee: Before writing the book, I worked as a copy editor for blogs and documents including resumes and cover letters. I loved making others shine on paper so that their full potential could stand out among extensive amounts of resumes. It became a passion of mine to help and coach people to prepare for interviews and improve their writing/communication skills. I started getting a lot of wonderful feedback from the people I had coached who felt so confident coming out of their interviews. Most of the feedback included that I needed to get this information out to more people so I started writing...and here we are!
Rad-Reader:  Did you have experience in hiring?  Or at least know people that had hired other and get their point of view?
Aimee:  I've spent an abundance of time on both sides of the interview table and was able to take my mistakes from interviewi…

OPENING ACT

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OPENING ACTSULEIKHA SNYDER
Posted:  May 30, 2014

Reporter Saroj Shah has been in love with bass player and bartender Adam Harper since her first day of college—seven years ago. Forever thinking of her as part-friend and part-little sister, he’s just been too blind, and too clueless, to see it. Until one pivotal moment pulls her into the spotlight.

The moment Saroj steps on stage, Adam sees his friend in a new light. He can’t take his mind off of her and realizes they could make beautiful music together. But seven years is a long time and Saroj is ready to move on. Adam will have to hit the right note if he wants to prove to Saroj he was worth the wait.

MY REVIEW:If you like stories of your friends that become more this book might fit the bill.  You have two friends who meet seven years earlier on their first day at college.  You see it turns out at 18 they were going to be living in a co-ed dorm.  Surprise!  At least for Saroj Shah and her parents.  Adam Harper already knew about it.  She…

GIMME SOME SUGAR

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GIMME SOME SUGARKIMBERLY KINCAID
Posted:  May 30, 2014

Out of the frying pan. . .and into the fire!

Desperate to escape the spotlight of her failed marriage to a fellow celebrity-chef, Carly di Matisse left New York City for a tiny town in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The restaurant she's running these days may not be chic, but in Pine Mountain she can pretend to be the tough cookie everybody knows and loves. Until she finds herself spending too much time with a way-too-hot contractor whose rugged good looks melt her like butter...

Jackson Carter wasn't looking for love. But he's not the kind of man to walk away from a worksite—or from a fiery beauty whose passionate nature provides some irresistible on-the-job benefits...

It's the perfect temporary arrangement for two ravenous commitment-phobes, except that Jackson and Carly keep coming back for seconds... and thirds... and fourths...

MY REVIEW:Chef Carly de Matisse was cheated on by her husband of five years.  So she has ser…

MISUNDERSTOOD

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MISUNDERSTOODKATHRYN KELLY
Posted:  May 30, 2014

John Donovan has been left in charge of the Death Dwellers' MC while the club president is on his honeymoon. With six days left till Outlaw's return and smooth sailing so far, trouble suddenly bubbles up. As the clock ticks, he's determined to bring everything under control.
Kendall Miller, an attorney and the ex-girlfriend of another MC president, is in deep problems. When her little sister is taken by her ex, she needs to supply information to a man who is frantic for information on the highest ranking members of Johnnie's club. When she suddenly shows up at the clubhouse and arouses the suspicions of a very handsome blond biker, she finds herself being taken as his prisoner. 
Evil is all around them. To save herself and her sister, Kendall has to rely on the man she betrayed. To save his club, Johnnie has to trust Kendall's story. Before it's too late. Because lives will be lost and hearts will be broken. 
WARNING…