Caper Mystery Books by Kim Smith

Caper Mystery Books by Kim Smith

Caper Mystery Books by Kim Smith

Shannon Wallace Mystery Series DISK OF DEATH – In South Lake, Mississippi a killer is looking for something that could incriminate him. But he takes items from the scene of his latest murder; including a disk that belongs to Shannon Wallace with very personal information on it. Shannon Wallace is the murdered man’s girlfriend and secretary. She’s the most naive, inexperienced, and sweet young woman that Fine, Fine, Fine Furnishings has ever employed. But when Rick Fine’s murder sends her off on a whirlwind journey to find her property, she sets off a series of events too hilarious to forget.

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5 Ways to use Twitter effectively

5 Ways to use Twitter effectively

Twitter for you and me. Sounds like a song, right? Everyone knows what Twitter is, but most people, still are not using it. That is, people over the age of fifty. We know HOW, but we just don’t “GET” it.  What is the purpose of a format that only allows 140 characters? Why wouldn’t someone just use Facebook or another social media forum to say what they are thinking, what’s on their mind, what’s happening in their world? Well, they would. But we can also use Twitter and benefit. Here’s how: Five Ways to Use Twitter and Benefit From It

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Two books to take to the beach

Are you reading at the beach? Here is my latest book reading post, and if you are reading a book that is just super dooper please feel free to leave a comment below and tell me about it! I am currently reading two books, both in paper. One I keep in my drawer at work and read it on my lunch hour, and the other is at home. What beach read is Kim reading? The work book *hah, workbook! tiny joke* is The House on Mermaid Point by Wendy Wax. This is another one in her series that started with

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What does read and recharge have in common? What would you think if you could come home from work, plug yourself into a recharge station, and when you wake up, you are good to go again for another twelve hours? You know like the recharge for a new electric car…? I know there have been movies with similar things in them. I just think it would be cool if we could bring our tired and weary selves to a machine to plug into and recharge. Tonight, I got home from work, changed clothes, went outside to the shed we are

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Mistakes when trying to go it alone

Mistakes when trying to go it alone

Mistakes happen but I ain’t smiling… When I first start working on something, I get so ramped up about it that I fly through every stage. It’s hard to make myself slow down and take issue with things that might be going off in a direction that I don’t intend to go. Just one of the mistakes we make when we are trying to go it alone. This even goes into my work-a-day job. I almost don’t want to ask anyone for help because I am a little bit of a control freak. But when I am flying through a

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