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Book: Bounce, Don't Break - Stories, reflections, and words of encouragement during times of change. by Penny L. Hunt
When life T-bones you like an eighteen wheeler, Bounce! Don't Break! Learn the skills to successfully navigate the choppy waters of change and build resilience along the way. Bounce! Don't Break provides important steps to help you bounce back after a crisis. Learn to shift your focus from problems to solutions from problem people, to problem-solving supporters. Comeback from setbacks, find faith [...]
 
Book: Nasty Women's Almanac - Poetry Edition - Feminine Voice Striving Toward a Brighter Day by Lorelei Kay
One of the many deplorable events in the 2016 election occurred during one of the final moments of the final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Donald interrupted Hillary while she was answering a question by calling her a "nasty woman." His comment immediately created a feminist rallying cry. Within minutes, #NastyWoman and #IAmANastyWoman were trending on social media [...]
 
Book: All My Tomorrows by Colette L. Saucier
PLEASE NOTE: This title has been retired. An enhanced and expanded version has been published entitled THE PROUD AND THE PREJUDICED: A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice, with 9900 more words than the original, 3 more chapters, and 4 more scenes of our hero and heroine battling their pride and prejudices as well as their intense attraction to one another. 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award [...]
 
Book: Let's Make Our World Better - How Politics and Religion Stand in the Way by Warren William Luce
Our conditioning, both by religion and in a secular sense, that we are flawed, poor sinful beings has become the greatest, most harmful self-fulfilling prophecy in the history of mankind. Let's Make Our World Better: How Politics and Religion Stand in the Way provides a reasonable blueprint for a better world, explaining how we humans have gone astray, what that has done to our beautiful world, [...]
 
Book: From Junk to Jesus, In the Blink of an Eye by John Michael Weber
From Junk to Jesus, In the Blink of an Eye is an autobiographical book detailing one man's journey from sin to Salvation. Beginning at age 12 and continuing until the age 42, John Michael Weber lived a life of drug addiction. He details a day in the life of a heroin junkie at the very bottom knocking on the gates of Hell to get out and leads to the day when God opened the gates and let him out. [...]
 
Book: Drabsville by Jan Clifton Watford
Drabsville, is a picture book about Matthew John Paul Abernathy, a bright boy that lives in a very drab town. After he dreams in color of how to change his surroundings to a more colorful environment, he succeeds in making his home, and town a brighter more colorful place. This educational story introduces the primary and how to mix the secondary colors in addition to the importance of color.
 
Book: Natural Colours - A celebration to unnoticed treasures by Luiz Valerio de Paula Trindade
Black, blue, green, purple, red, white, yellow, you name it. Vibrant, vivid, pale, dark or light, and so forth. Those and many other equally incredible aspects are all characteristics of the fascinating colours that nature provides us with on a daily basis and most of the times many people do not notice them. Therefore, this photo essay is both an awakening and a celebration to those amazing [...]
 
Book: Loving The Tigers (Caspian Cascade Book 3) by Tianna Xander
Never allowed to forget her wild adolescence, Kelly has had enough. It appears as though moving from her hometown is the only way to discard her sordid past for a brighter future. Leaving with her best friend, Jessi, seems the appropriate course until they meet up with four men who attract the wild, wanton woman still trapped inside her. Watching Jessi give in to her two men only tempts Kelly [...]
 
Book: Last Writes - A Forensic Handwriting Mystery by Sheila Lowe
Claudia's friend Kelly learns that she's an aunt when her estranged half-sister Erin shows up in desperate need of help. Erin and her husband have been living as member of The Temple of Brighter Light in an isolated compound. Now Erin's husband and child have disappeared, leaving behind a cryptic note. Using her skills as a forensic handwriting expert, Claudia gains entry to the compound. She has [...]
 
Book: Is Coffee Good For You? Discover the powerful health benefits of coffee by Jeen van der Meer
Is Coffee Good for You? Discover the Powerful Health Benefits of Coffee Coffee has the potential to benefit the health in numerous ways. In this book, you will learn how coffee assists migraine users, prevents cardiovascular complications such as stroke and heart attack and why it is believed that it could actually prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes. Is coffee good for you? The answer to that [...]
 
Book: Living Life with a Smile by Stephanie Tehan Patterson
It can be life changing when you discover that your own thoughts and words play a major role in how joyful your life will be. They determine your successes in life and affect your relationships with others. They are the foundation upon which you base your decisions and establish your own self-worth. In other words, they hold a lot of power. That is good news! That means that your joy in life is [...]
 
Book: The Proud and the Prejudiced - A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice by Colette L. Saucier
"A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice" All My Tomorrows is losing the ratings war. For headwriter Alice McGillicutty, the past year has had enough drama. Her mother passed away, her last relationship ended in disaster, and now poor ratings are catapulting her long-running soap opera toward cancellation. For comfort and creative inspiration, she begins reading 'The Edge of Darkness,' an old [...]
 
Book: The Johnson Project by Maggie Spence
In 2017 every woman on the planet is barren. No more babies. No more human race unless someone can cure the virus and jump start the population. Priorities change drastically as people realize they are the last generation on earth. Renowned fertility specialist, Ted Johnson, comes up with a cure but he's not so sure he wants to go back to the old reproductive ways. His family initiates The [...]
 
Book: Shattered Dreams by Joseph C. Walls
Shattered Dreams is a poetry book that is based on abuse. These poems will help you cope with any kind of abuse that you encountered. Being experienced and knowing several people who were faced with these circumstances gave me the ability to write these poems that I do. I hope that the poems in the book will not open your eyes but give you an understanding and how you as an individual can cope [...]
 
Book: The Hun and the General by Tristram La Roche
Livianus is bored and longs for action. His reward for serving Rome is the governorship of a quiet corner of Gaul, but as he whiles away his days at his sumptuous villa, his thoughts turn to Attila the Hun, the feared barbarian with whom Livianus once enjoyed an intimate friendship. When a desperate emperor asks him to return to Pannonia to broker a truce with Attila, Livianus's old passion [...]
 
Book: Awesome Science Experiments for Kids (Busy Kids, Happy Kids Book 3) by Deb Graham
A bored child is a sad thing! Children are endlessly curious about the world around them. A child who can look at their surroundings and wonder "what would happen if..." will be brighter than most, and certainly more interesting to be around. This easy to read book is chock full of simple science experiments, ideal for children in any setting, including home school, classroom, scout groups, or a [...]
 
Book: Travels with Charlize - In Search of Living Alone by David R. Gross
After losing his wife of almost fifty-three years to cancer, David Gross adopts Charlize, a German shepherd rescue dog, buys a camping trailer, and the two begin their travels. They explore the West, visiting parks and vistas, rain forests and deserts, family, old friends and new. Accidents, adventures, sadness, joy, problems, and peace populate their journey of discovery. Ever patient and [...]
 
Book: The Sand Bluff Murders by C. M. Albrecht
Sleepy Sand Bluff hasn't had a murder in twenty years. That's about to change!" When Jonas McCleary gets the opportunity to join the force in sleepy Sand Bluff, he jumps at it. A cushy job in a little town where nothing ever happens. He can relax and enjoy life, and since Jonas is getting onto thirty, he's hoping with a little luck, to meet Miss Right. But on his third day in Sand Bluff, another [...]
 
Book: Think Smart Not Hard - 52 Key Principles To Success and Happiness by Roy Huff
Are you unhappy with your directionless life? Discover a roadmap for navigating your successful, fulfilling future. "A simple, effective plan to change your life and attain your goals." - Jim "The Rookie" Morris, Athlete, author, teacher and inspiration for the movie, The Rookie. Struggling to cope with personal tragedy? Worried you'll never live up to your full potential? Bestselling author Roy [...]
 
Book: The Unexpected Life of Carnegie Lane by Virginia Higgins
This stunningly, amazing story, was written by a relatively new talent to the literary world Virginia Higgins. Within the pages of her book, she offers readers reflection and insight into their own life choices, importantly, the ones we walked away from. She targets, rather poetically, those of us who are edging towards forty and beyond. Carnegie Lane reminds us what it's like to remember your [...]
 
Book: The Shepherd Chronicles Part I - Books I through V of by Aaron Vincent
Nestled between the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean in the forty-second of the United States of America, Washington, are the two small cities of Centralia and Chehalis in the county of Lewis. Less than twenty-five thousand people live in these two small hamlets, a full third of the entire - population of Lewis County, with nearly ninety percent of the people being white. In tough times [...]
 
Book: Life Rocks On by Laura Pinto
***Mature Content*** Three men. Two women. New York City in the Sixties was a place and time when rock music ruled the airwaves and the souls of teenagers forging rebellious paths diverging from those of their conformist parents. Inside of a decade, life in the civilized world had undergone a paradigm shift, evolving from a single-course meal into a veritable buffet ... and the choices were [...]
 
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