Book of Month

October 7, 2018

Mommy’s Birthday Surprise

"Mommy's Birthday Surprise" by  Audrey Gayle

| Facebook | Twitter | GoodReads |  It is finally Saturday and little Andy is excited, its Mom's birthday! oh boy he can hardly wait to see the look on her face when she sees his surprise, but will Andy be able to deliver?  This delightful little story is a quirky tale of a boy's lovely surprise. The colorful pages, and creative story line brings the book to life. "Mommy's Birthday Surprise" is a book both adults & children will enjoy reading over and over.

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October 6, 2018

Mistress of Desire & The Orchid Lover

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"Mistress of Desire & The Orchid Lover: Book II ~ One Love In A Lifetime" by J. A. Jackson 

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | The Quest of Delmar Devereaux! Can a quest to break an ancient curse give two former lovers a second chance? After a torrid love affair, shady businessman Delmar Devereaux disappeared from Tiara Blake’s life, leaving her to raise their twin sons on her own. So, when he shows up unannounced one day, her first instinct is to kick him to the curb. But Delmar has discovered a centuries-old curse placed on the pair by their ancestors—and he needs Tiara’s help to break it. Ending the curse means they will have to learn to trust each other, which won’t be easy when their explosive secrets are revealed.  Once again torn between lust and duty, can Delmar and Tiara discover the true meaning of love in order to break the curse before it’s too late? Or will their complicated past doom them forever? Join Delmar and Tiara in Book II of the Mistress of Desire and the Orchid Lover, The Quest of Delmar Devereaux, on their sensually sizzling action-packed adventure! 

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October 4, 2018

Moonlight Dancer

"Moonlight Dancer" by Deb Atwood

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kendra JinJu MacGregor can resist neither the antique Korean doll in the dusty warehouse nor the handsome Hiro Peretti who sells it to her. Once she brings the doll home, Kendra pays little attention to misplaced objects or her beloved dog’s fear. That is, until one terrifying night forces her to question her very sanity. Soon, the ethereal, brooding NanJu manifests herself, and Kendra begins her travels through time to 16th century Korea into a history of conflict and intrigue. For Kendra is about to discover the dark past of her ghostly visitor. Now it’s up to Kendra, with Hiro by her side, to interpret the past and prevent murder. Everything depends upon Kendra’s success, even—she discovers to her horror—her own life.

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October 3, 2018

Certified Business Analysis Professional

"Certified Business Analysis Professional: The Certification Exam Guide" by Sorin Dumitrascu

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Business analysis involves determining how an organization functions and identifying its capabilities, and then recommending solutions that will enable the organization to reach its goals. The BABOK® Guide defines the field of business analysis and serves as a benchmark for both business analysis practitioners and the organizations using their services. A business analyst is responsible for understanding an organization and its needs, and identifying problems and solutions. They then determine the changes that are necessary for the organization to achieve its goals and objectives. As a business analyst, there are several key competencies that are important to understand and develop. These are analytical thinking and problem solving, appropriate behavioral characteristics, business and software knowledge, and communication and interaction skills. Analytical thinking and problem solving include creative thinking, decision making, learning, problem solving, and systems thinking. Each of these competencies can assist business analysts in helping clients to solve underlying problems as efficiently and effectively as possible. A business analysis approach defines how and when business analysis tasks will be performed, and what deliverables they will produce. It must take organizational process requirements and the objectives of an initiative into account, and meet agreed standards. Inputs for planning a business analysis approach include the business needs an initiative is designed to address, expert judgment, and organizational process assets. 

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