Monthly Archives: April 2014

Review: “Echoes of Mercy”

Set in the early 1900s in Sinclair, Kansas, “Echoes of Mercy” follows the intrepid workplace investigator Caroline Lang.  Caroline is tasked with going undercover to look into the death of another investigator, as well as finishing his report on the working conditions at the Dinsmore Chocolate Factory with a special eye toward forced child labor

Read More

Throwback Thursday: Easter Bonnet

We’re throwing way back today. This looks like Easter. I’m guessing either 1970 or 71. I’m clearly cranky. I’m guessing that I was not digging the hat, and my basket looks empty — possibly pre-egg hunt, so I have not yet been given candy. Thinking back, it was a probably a rebuilding year for my

Read More

“Go To” Techniques for Success

We’ve all heard the saying, “Fake it until you make it.” Personally, I’ve always thought that’s how people lead themselves into bankruptcy because they are faking being millionaires without the bucks to pay the bills that do eventually arrive. Still, there’s a certain sense of optimism to the saying that sounds better than reality usually

Read More