Archive for March 2013

A Big Hand for a Little Weiner

March 23, 2013

In America, all can be forgiven. Remember former congressman Anthony Weiner, who sent out sexually explicit texts and photos to women he hardly knew? He had been considered a rising star in politics until he had to resign in disgrace. Well, he may not be tanned, rested and ready like Richard Nixon, but he’s got his fingers doing the working again. This time, he’s testing the waters at making a political comeback in New York. Some people say he could even be successful – if he stops texting . . . Read more

Find Romance, Adventure in Inspiring Novel

March 10, 2013

A brilliant idea, a hope and a dream follow a creative, yet tortured soul whose personal demons nearly destroy his goals and his life. But with perseverance and discoveries about himself and the world around him, Blake Doyle manages to overcome challenging obstacles to realize his dreams and also find love. You can read this enchanting, suspenseful and inspiring story in “The Dream Chaser,” a new novel from Anne Higgins Petz. It’s a fascinating page-turner with plenty of interesting characters, who keep you guessing about their next moves and their effects on Doyle. I can’t wait for the next novel from Petz. Check out this wonderful first novel . . .

Dipping into Your Savings

March 8, 2013

You want to keep your investments growing in your retirement fund for future security. But during troubling economic times, you might be tempted to dip into your savings. If you have an individual retirement account, you can begin making withdrawals without difficulties as you reach a certain age. If you take early withdrawals, you can face tax penalties. However, there are exceptions to this rule. You might take advantage of loans, medical emergencies or educational needs if you need fast cash . . . Read More