• how the plot and characters were developed
• the key business skills illustrated in the book
• the questions from readers club guide at the end of the book (e.g., having children early in one’s career versus later; how work friendships affect professional interaction;
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Working Girls: Money, Power and Love is an Indie entry into the growing Working Girl Lit genre which has had huge successes like Lauren Weisberger’s The Devil Wears Prada (2003) and Jennifer Weiner’s The Next Best Thing (2012). Working Girls is set in a fictional Fortune 100 Company from about 1990 to the present. In the story, the four heroines’ careers take divergent paths. One climbs the corporate ladder and competes for the CEO position, another quits to launch an entrepreneurial venture, a third decides to start a family, and the fourth enters into an adulterous relationship with her boss.
About Shavon Jones
Shavon is an author, editor, public speaker, reformed attorney and a lover of travel, architecture, scrapbooking, tennis, entertaining, and good food & wine. She also is the founder of fortyorso.com, a lifestyle and social networking website for professional women, which was featured in the July 2012 issue of Legacy Magazine. Before abandoning corporate America for greener pastures, Shavon held positions at PwC, NCR Corporation and a sizeable Florida law firm. Shavon is on the Miami Herald/Legacy Magazine 2012 Top 40 under 40 List and was selected from among 75 candidates as the 2004 winner of the South Florida Business Journal’s Up & Comer’s Award in the Legal category. For ten years, Shavon lived, worked and attended law school (Temple University Beasley School of Law) in Philadelphia, which is the primary setting for the story.
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