The Reluctant Matchmaker

by Gillian Pritchett on July 20, 2012

Shobhan Bantwal’s website greets the visiter with: Shobhan Bantwal’s books are romantic, colorful, action-packed tales, rich with elements of Indian culture — stories that entertain, educate, and enlighten . . . And Shobhan’s latest novel – The Reluctant Matchmaker – is no exception. The opportunity to read and review The Reluctant Matchmaker came at a […]

Farewell 2011 – but was it nice knowing you?

January 1, 2012

I can’t say I’m too sorry to wave farewell to 2011. Whilst professionally it was a good  year for me – my Idea to Launch programmeTMgoing off-line when I was invited to deliver it at McGill University’s Centre for Continuing Studies in the Spring and again in the Summer;  signing a contract with Business Expert Press in […]

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My wish for you in 2012

December 31, 2011

I found this on a website of  Irish blessings and sayings. It sums up nicely what I wish for us all in 2012. May love and laughter light your days, and warm your heart and home. May good and faithful friends be yours, wherever you may roam. May peace and plenty bless your world with […]

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Tell them a story

December 25, 2011

They say you should tell your potential customers a story they can relate to, a story that makes them feel they know you and can trust you. So this means I should tell the story of how 9/11 blew my corporate career out of the water and I reinvented myself by moving into marketing and then following […]

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Tribute to Jack Layton

August 22, 2011

Today Canada lost one of her greatest politicians of recent times – Jack Layton, leader of the NDP – the official Opposition Party. His views may not have been shared by everyone but he dared to say what he believed needed to be said. The first time I was able to vote as a Canadian I voted […]

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