Sandra L. Fielden is an occupational psychologist who worked at Manchester Business School for 20 years, she has authored five academic books, edited six more, and has written numerous academic papers. She was the Co-Director of the Centre for Equality and Diversity at Work, and her research interests are in diversity, female small business owners, ethnic small business owners, entrepreneurial coaching, women in management, coaching and mentoring, and the psychological contract, and sexual harassment. Sandra has owned cats for the last 40 years. She also volunteers as a recruitment and induction officer at the local Cats Protection Branch. Most of the cats featured in the book are, or have been, owned by Sandra and her husband, Stuart. The others have been owned by friends.
Lynn D. Radcliffe began her career in banking, where she worked in West Yorkshire, before moving to Cornwall. She has been working in product development with high-class retailers for the past 20 years and has worked with children in developing their creative skills. She has been a volunteer with the Women’s Institute for the last 31 years, and with the Royal Volunteers Service for the past 20 years, specifically with library services. Lynn has two adult children and a grandchild called Luna.
More Magical Words - Book 2
Penny finds a necklace that she decides to keep, just for a little while, but then starts to believe that the necklace is hers. She does not connect her actions with those of the ‘jewel thieves’ she has been trying to evict from the park, even though she lies to her friends about how she got the...