The Metamorphosis of Troubadour Merriwether by Diana Hockley

The Metamorphosis of Troubadour Merriwether by Diana Hockley is all about a nerd who learns to self-worth from a rat. He goes from the ultimate geek to model perfect, but looks aren’t everything, nor do they ensure a happily ever after, at least not the one you might have imagined. Like many well-written short stories,
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Confection Connection by Lizz Lund

Lizz Lund continues her Kitchen Connection mystery series with book four, Confection Connection. In Confection Connection, Heroine Mina Kitchen is unemployed, but that doesn’t means she has nothing to do with her time. Between social engagements with faithful friends and family, she is busy nurturing a budding catering business with her new questionable boyfriend James
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Privilege

A friend posted a video about privilege to her Facebook page. The video makes you think about whether you come from a privileged background or had to fight to get where you are in life. The video is thought provoking, but I disagree with some aspects of their experiment. Most specifically, I think there is
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