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text 2018-06-19 04:42
A Good Education Opens Doors To Great Jobs

Jobs are plenty these days for the one who has the qualification. The economy is good condition and companies across the globe are spreading their operations and recruiting more people. Despite automation in many sectors, the demand for human workforce has not decreased. In many sectors, there is an increase in demand for people. Companies look for people who are not just qualified but have passed out from good institutions. When there is a choice of candidates available, big companies choose the ones who have studied in institutions that are known for good, quality education.

 

A degree or diploma from a reputed university is highly valid in the job market. You all know how the big corporates go to big universities to get the best of the lot. Companies also don’t shy away from paying well for the right candidate. You can see how important education from a good university is. Singapore has some of the finest universities in the world and Tap Enrol can get you admission to any of these universities. We can also suggest you as to which university is good which courses.

 

Universities in Singapore follow the syllabus that is being followed by the world’s leading universities. These universities also give an opportunity for the students to have practical training while in college and also a chance to interact with students and faculty from other universities. This gives them an opportunity to know the trends elsewhere in the world. Tap Enrol can get you admission in courses for part-time degree in Singapore has to offer.

 

These courses are helpful for people who don’t have the time to do full- time courses. These courses are good for working people who wish to get a degree to earn a promotion to the next level in their careers. Engineering colleges in Singapore offer courses in all streams of engineering.

 

These courses are of international standards and offer the students a good exposure to the practical use of their knowledge. There are also big companies in Singapore. Where you can seek an opportunity to do an internship. Tap Enrol can help you get into any of the engineering colleges.

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text 2018-06-18 05:08
Reading progress update: I've read 5%.
A Dance with Dragons - George R.R. Martin

Tyrion! Dany! Jon! Bran! It's like a family reunion, GoT style, complete with arguing villagers, that weird neighbor you all try to avoid and the occasional murder. And you're sure this is roast beef that we're eating, right? :D

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review 2018-06-17 02:06
Historical Romance
Kilt Trip: Part 1 - L.L. Muir Kilt Trip: Part 1 - L.L. Muir

Kilt Trip is my first book by L.L. Muir, but won't be my last.  Ms. Muir has delivered a well-written book and populated it with fantastic characters.  Bridget, Mallory and Vivianne set off dressed as men on a quest in Scotland.  Rory's grandfather has passed away and he feels he must help the three women.  Rory and Bridget's story is loaded with drama, humor, action, suspense and spice.  I enjoyed reading Kilt Trip and look forward to reading more from L.L. Muir in the future.  Kilt Trip is book 1 of the Scavenger Hunting Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

I voluntarily read a complimentary copy of this book.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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review 2018-06-13 04:06
Drums of Autumn (Outlander #4) (Audiobook)
Drums of Autumn - Geraldine James,Diana Gabaldon

As I mentioned in my review for Outlander, I started this series with the fourth book by accident. I was just out of high school, my mom was having health issues and I was the one who was driving her around to her various appointments and spending a lot of time in waiting rooms. So when I saw this book sitting on the new releases shelf in the bookstore, the only thing I cared about what that it looked interesting and it was thick. It would give me hours and hours and hours of reading time. So I got it, started reading, and got to around a quarter of the way through when I realized this was part of an ongoing series. I kept reading though and enjoyed it. It provided exactly what I needed at the time and even got me to go back and read the first three books.

 

Now, twenty plus years later ... this got annoying. It starts off really slow and rambling. All the books in this series ramble, but it gets worse the longer the series goes on. The first three books at least have obvious plots right off the bat. This one takes over 500 pages to get around to it's main conflict, and up till then it's basically just the four main characters doing stuff. I still really enjoy Claire and Jamie's relationship, but I couldn't give two figs about Briana and Roger's courtship, especially when Roger gets all caveman about it. 

 

I was never a fan of Briana, but wow. For someone so smart, she can be really stupid. Roger's kind of a jerk but he's tolerable. Neither one is prepared for 18th century living, despite both of them being history majors. They not only lie to each other about crucial things, but they make one reckless decision after another. How in the world they survived is beyond me. 

 

Actually, the main conflict isn't exactly what I would call contrived. Considering what Bree's been through and that she just barely met her father, her decisions make sense, even if they're illogical. Given what Lizzy thinks she knows, and what she tells Ian and Jamie, their actions also make sense. What doesn't make sense is

Claire not telling Jamie what Briana told her. She could've done that and kept Bonnet's name out of it.

Also, if you're looking for someone, a physical description usually helps.

Also, both Claire and Briana went by different last names when they went through the stones, so it makes zero sense they wouldn't consider Roger doing the same.

Also, Jamie would've killed Roger based on the info Lizzy told him. But of course he couldn't because the reader - and Bree - wouldn't be able to forgive him if he had.

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The Big Misunderstanding required these characters who are usually extremely good with communication to be really bad at it.  

 

And it's just a little ridiculous that these characters are all encountering the same villain no matter where they are in the world. 

 

But once I got through all that nonsense and the characters all started to act like their intelligent, rational selves again, it got way better. The last third of the book is definitely the strongest.

 

Not enough Lord John though. 

I hate that he sleeps with one of the slaves. It's not on page, but it's implied. I guess I can have a smidgeon of consolation that John wouldn't have forced himself on anyone unwilling, and he's a pretty perceptive fellow, so he could probably tell if someone was just pretending to be willing. But still. Don't sleep with slaves, John.

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Edit: Oh, and I forgot to mention the narration. Davina Porter does her usual stellar job, but she doesn't even attempt an American accent for Briana. I guess she's the UK's answer to Kevin Costner. ;) But since I'd rather listen to a pleasant British accent than a terrible American (much less Bostonian) one, I wasn't bothered by it too much.

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review 2018-06-11 11:54
Part-Time Lover by Lauren Blakely
Part Time Lover - Grace Grant,Lauren Blakely

This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.

This was just a lot of fun! I really enjoyed just about everything about this audiobook. This book had a lot of things going for it with a sweet and sexy story read by two excellent narrators. I have only had the chance to listen to Lauren Blakely's books twice before starting this book but I have found all of the books I have read to be remarkably well done. I am so glad that I had the chance to listen to this fun and romantic story.

This is one of those books that doesn't have a whole lot of surprises but it doesn't matter because the journey is just delightful. I am finding that books with fake relationships are really working for me lately. Most fake relationships in books quickly turn into real relationships and this book is no exception. I had such a great time spending time with Christian and Elise and they fell for each other and their initial meeting really set the playful tone of the story.

Christian and Elise were both great characters. Elise's past was unexpected and really did a great job of giving the reader some insight into her hesitation to put her heart at risk. I usually fall for the Heroes in this kind of book and I had no problem falling for Christian. His personality was just magnetic and he really was a fantastic guy. I really enjoyed that this book is told in alternate points of view so that I got the chance to experience the thoughts and feelings of both Christian and Elise.

I loved the narration. This was the first time that I have had a chance to listen to both Shane East and Grace Grant and I thought that they both did a wonderful job with this story. They both were able to handle the story's dialogue really well and I thought that it was a great decision to have the narrators read the text messages written their characters. I thought that each narrator did a great job of adding emotion to the story and adding some heat at just the right time. I would not hesitate to listen to more of each of these narrators work in the future.

I would recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance. This was a quick feel-good romantic read that often put a big smile on my face. It was so easy to fall for these characters as they were falling for each other. I look forward to reading more from Lauren Blakely soon.

I received a review copy of this audiobook from Lauren Blakely Books via Inkslinger PR.

Initial Thoughts
This was fun! I loved the chemistry between these two characters and thought that the narration was very well done.

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