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Book: Urban Preppers with Kids, Pets & Parents by James G. Mushen
Disaster preparedness for urban dwellers, do you live in the city? What have you done to protect you, your family, your parents and pets when the; earthquake, flood, fire, hurricane or other disaster suddenly destroys your world? What is emergency preparedness anyway? Do you have any emergency food or will your kids go hungry? What will you do when the power grid is gone and with it the light, [...]
 
Book: Drink Pure Water by Elle Garner
Love your body - HYDRATE! Drink Pure Water contains some great tips on how to find pure, clean water, great resources for finding natural springs globally, why hydration is critical to health, mental clarity, performance, and much, much more. If you're concerned about the impact of water quality on your health, and you want to know the secrets and benefits of drinking pure water, how you can get [...]
 
Book: Water Play by Betty Mermelstein
Water Play is about four friends who use their imagination for a fun day of play while swimming in a lake. It was inspired by my own childhood experiences at Klinger Lake, Michigan, and all of the children's activities are ones I participated in myself. We swam through the raft supports, played King of the Hill on the raft, gave ourselves mud shampoos from the weed bed, pretended a neighbor's [...]
 
Book: Healing Your Life with Water - How to use your Mind Body & Water Connection to Awaken Your Inner Fountain of Youth by Diana E. Ruiz
This is a ground breaking book that reveals the surprising key to feeling better, looking younger, living longer and CHANGING THE WORLD - using your Mind, Body and Water Connection. If you want to feel and live better, read on ... You are made up of 70% water in essence, you are a body of water. Taking care of your inner water has a greater effect on your health and the world than you ever [...]
 
Book: poems in water by Mary Langer Thompson
As a former high school English teacher, I was teaching writing and poetry and also writing my own. My first collection of forty poems, "Poems in Water," published by Green Fuse Poetic Arts in Loveland, Colorado, 2014, contains poems of everyday experiences. The title poem, "Poem in Water" was written after observing a poet in China write a poem with a brush in water upon pavement. Talk about [...]
 
Book: Fruit Infused Water - 50 Quick & Easy Recipes For Delicious & Healthy Hydration by Elle Garner
Drinking water is among the most important things we can do for ourselves and our health. That's why Fruit Infused Water: 50 Quick & Easy Recipes For Delicious & Healthy Hydration is packed with simple recipes that you can make easily, quickly, and drink every day. If you're one of the millions who have given up on drinking water, or simply don't think you can really drink 8 or more glasses per [...]
 
Book: Klop & Pop's Watery Tips & Tales - with Paco! by Ky Lehman
Klop & Pop's Watery Tips & Tales - with Paco! is a fun and education children's book for toddlers through to young tweens to share with their families. It is written in memory of a family member we lost in a drowning accident: the same beautiful soul whose memory is the foundation of the Swim School we started shortly after his passing. Being involved in the teaching of swimming and water safety [...]
 
Book: Frack off - Trouble in the High Country and the Kimberley (trouble the water) by Michael Mardel
FRACKING DOWN UNDER - WHAT YOU MAY NOT KNOW - You need to read this book because: It will tell you about fracking and lock-the-gate against coal seam gas - You will meet alternative lifestyles - lesbian and trans - There is a mystery as well as civil disobedience - You will travel to Broome in the WA tropics. Order today
 
Book: Water's Blood (The Elemental Clans) by Elaine Calloway
In the Elemental world, there is a rule: Never mate - with humans. But for Brooke, a Water Elemental stationed in New Orleans, following the rules can be tricky. She's spent countless millennia protecting - the innocent from the evil fallen angels, who reap human souls and force them - to do their bidding. Keeping her supernatural powers hidden--another rule--has - begun to take its toll. When [...]
 
Book: From Thine Own Well by Norm Hamilton
Wonderfully realistic dystopian! Who controls the water controls the masses. Disillusioned former Yukon mining exploration worker, Landon McGuire, is torn from his self-imposed exile into a Canada he no longer recognizes.Water is a precious commodity, and the environment is contaminated. Individual rights are non-existent and corporate rule is the law a law enforced by the corporation's own [...]
 
Book: Blood & Water by Stuart Edmond
Secrets can be dangerous and the one Detective Inspector Christina Blake has kept buried could ruin her entire career - or even get her killed. The body of a teenage girl turns up discarded on the streets like yesterdays garbage. When the victim is linked to a notorious crime syndicate, responsible for trafficking guns, drugs and prostitutes, DI Blake is called in to track down the murderer. Can [...]
 
Book: Blood in the water by Slater Jackson
Jack Bloom has embarked on a career opportunity that presents itself and that will also change the course of his life forever. Agent Spencer is an unstoppable, unrelenting agent. He is in command of a mysterious team of agents. They are in hot pursuit of Jack as he is attempting to stop a plot that would see a worldwide epidemic of catastrophic proportions result in the culling the human race. [...]
 
Book: Out of Deep Water by Nicholas Saville
Are you ready to sit back with a cup of coffee and enjoy one of the best new fantasy stories this year? If so, then this book is for you! Are you interested in the high seas adventures of a young sorcerer, from being in love, to magical travel by sea, to visiting the world of the Gods, and a discussion of philosophy with a bright scarlet dragon? Sir Nigel Rameslie lives in the fantasy world that [...]
 
Book: Across the Water - Tales of the Human Heart by Phil Harvey
Across the Water is one of Harvey's most famous short story books, and it features Roberta's River, winner of the Antietam Review award. Phil Harvey has said, "We rarely recognize the extent to which human happiness requires struggle." Love and the relationships it spawns with children, for parents, among friends, and between neighbors are addressed in Across the Water, his best short story [...]
 
Book: Under the Black Clouds by Suren Hakobyan
Having attained near total control of his Earthly elements, humanity perceives itself as a master without rival. Man ignores his roots. He forgets that he himself is part of the world. How can we dare to challenge nature's raw powers when we still know little about this universe? Yes, mankind managed to survive the first Flood. Given our technological advances, we might have been able to survive [...]
 
Book: Treading Water and other misadventures by Noreen Braman
"Treading Water and other misadventures" is the second edition of Noreen Braman's slightly damp collection of humor columns and essays that have appeared online and in print, including the "Evil Pants" series and "the House of Rhyming Pests." Tales of domestic life include hilariously unsettling "Don't Worry, It's Just a Stage!" as well as adventures at both the nail salon and the hair salon. New [...]
 
Book: Control.Gov by Sandra Rains DeBusk
We live as though we are blind, unable to see what is truly happening. Things are about to change for the people in the small city of Royce Nebraska and waking up now is just a bit too late. The government has dropped an experimental weapon on the city of Royce, and people are changing. Craninium S3 causes you to change how you feel, how you think and most of all, it changes your appetite so much [...]
 
Book: Water Over Blood (Last Moon Rising #3) by Dale Ibitz
Darkness. Pain. Loss. This is what seventeen-year-old Haley feels when waking up in a damp, gloomy cave. She doesn't know who or where she is, nor does she remember that she is Eyid-emos, a descendant of the God of Air. All she knows is the dark angel, Dane, who comes to her rescue, making her feel safe and protected. It's from Dane, descendant of the God of Fire, that she learns she's looking [...]
 
Book: Silver Creek by A.H. Holt
John Garrett is my image of a real cowboy, and my heroes are still cowboys. He's good with his gun and his fists, but doesn't fight except when forced. Smart, loyal and tough, John captures your heart, and the heart of "Andy" Blaine the heroine. Andrea is a bit of a tom-boy, but a beautiful, strong and true western woman. John gets involved in the war for water rights on Silver Creek and [...]
 
Book: Hanoi Heat - even the Ants are drinking water by Adam Mann
How often can you meet the man of your dreams? Nicky was lucky and had no idea that her chance encounter with Tony would leave her quaking with need, and even become wantonly immoral! Tony takes her to his office, based in a hotel, and dominates her first of all at a meal they share, and then up close as he removes her clothes and her inhibitions. This novel is designed for mature audiences.
 
Book: Chopping Wood & Carrying Water by Paul Wolanin
Recovery from addiction is a marathon, not a sprint! Many recovering folks want what they want, when they want it - and the 12-step program simply was not designed to work that way. Whatever someone might be struggling with - alcoholism, drug addiction, over eating, gambling,depression, anxiety, worry, procrastination - or just about anything else - there IS HOPE and there IS a solution. A [...]
 
Book: A Case of Black Mineral Water - and other stories by Simon Marshland
A short story collection with subjects ranging from a closet vegetarian dog, a Bishop unaware he is dead, a hit man whose obsession with tidiness causes his own demise and others with an unusual slant.I have a strange view about death not shared by many so some readers may find these stories a little odd and touching on fantasy even so most seem to enjoy them. I hope you will too. The Short Story [...]
 
Book: Alchemist (The Four Corners of Santerria) by Terry Reid
Terry is an ordinary girl living in an ordinary world. But a secret buried nine years ago is about to rear its ugly head. Joined by her childhood friend Connor and her uncle Lyle, Terry must hunt down her old nemesis whilst coming to terms with what she left behind and more importantly, who and what she is. Set between Terry's adoptive home in Edinburgh, Scotland, and the fictional world of [...]
 
Book: H2O Conspiracy (CLBB) by Robert C. Bofshever
September 11, 2001 will always be remembered as the day Al-Qaeda, an Islamic extremist group, brutally attacked the United States in a suicide mission, using four hijacked passenger airplanes. On that day two planes were flown into the World Trade Center in New York City completely destroying the Twin Towers, a third struck the Pentagon, and a fourth crashed into a field in Pennsylvania. Sadly [...]
 
Book: Granny's Magic Garden by Diane Griffith
Fairies, Pixies and Many Other Fantasy Characters in the Garden Come to Life in - Enchanting New Children's Story - Four children discover a world of fantasy and wonder in - Granny's Magic Garden. George and Freddie share the same Daddy as Harvey and - Saffie so they are a special kind of family. They all love to - hear stories from their Granny about the mystical things - that go on in her [...]
 
Book: Behind The Waterfall by Rory Richards
The water is cool and the action is hot ! This romantic, erotic story is about every woman's fantasy of making love in the water. Safely hidden from the view of watching eyes, she can let loose and completely lose control. The warmth of the sun, the wetness of each other's bodies, and the feelings that lead to complete satisfaction are all described in detail. What readers say about Behind the [...]
 
Book: I See Fear by Sandra Rains DeBusk
A small town in Southern Ohio falls victim to a Government experiment whilst it's populace is driven to the edge of insanity and even DEATH. A tainted water supply renders Frostbridge, and it's people defenseless and vulnerable to their greatest fears alone, most will die. What do you see? I See Fear
 
Book: The Marked Ones (Fairytail Saga) by S.K Munt
Mermaids have three purposes in life: to breed, to protect their environment and to keep the knowledge of their existence limited to pages in fairytale books. Ivyanne Court is the personification of a mermaid princess; Breathtaking, pure, kind, sharp and strong, she is the envy of every one that she has ever met, human and mer alike. And yet she hasn't known a day's happiness since she came of [...]
 
Book: The Second Half of the Cross by Barton Jahn
The second half of the cross of Christ is not just a New Testament concept. It runs throughout the Bible from beginning to end. The cross applied to our lives through a God-composed journey of faith is a divine creation that elevates the Christian life above horizontally conventional normalcy. The narrative stories of faith in the Bible rise above human literary invention, beyond the creative [...]
 
Book: One Life to Give by Rick Blaisdell
Book Description: Rick Blaisdell's new book exists for those who are sincerely looking for hope and purpose in their lives. It is a living testimony of what God can do with a life given to Him in faith. The author's experiences prove that God opens the door, and makes the seemingly impossible, possible. In addition to the detailed journal entries, which provide vivid details of Rick's mission [...]
 
Book: Notes Above Water - Selected Poems by Kirby Wright
The poems in NOTES ABOVE WATER are concerned with the lives of suburbanites and their secret sufferings alienation, boredom, infertility, and infidelity. Reoccurring family members are threaded through the book, particularly dysfunctional parents who seem oblivious to the pain they re inflicting on their kids. There s excruciating conflict between the narrator and June Spoon, an ice queen [...]
 
Book: The Age of Water by Sean Craft
Handsome, clever, if not yet rich, Philip Clarke finds himself drawn by the cool beauty of Mei Li, lawyer and colleague, yet at the same time is unable to relinquish his weekly visit to the near-by shanty-town and the waiting arms of the fishing village woman who offers exquisite and unexpected pleasure. His simple ambition is to continue to enjoy the heady gratifications of both, without undue [...]
 
Book: I Knew I Was Naked by Sean Lacey
An earthy, literate read-laced with a strong dose of humor-awaits the reader in I Knew I Was Naked. Authored by Sean Lacey, this fiction-adventure is the window to a unique American boyhood that will amuse and inspire. Set during the Great Depression and World War II, the language of the novel recaptures the time. This is the story of Sean Lacey, an American boy of Irish descent. Sean is shy, shy [...]
 
Book: Barely Above Water by Gail Pallotta
An illness comes out of nowhere and strikes Suzie Morris. Her boyfriend dumps her. She has no living family, and her physician can't diagnose the malady. Suzie relies on her Christian faith as she faces the uncertainty of the disease, and turns to a renowned alternative doctor in Destin, Florida. She takes a job coaching a county-sponsored summer swim team. She's determined to turn the fun, [...]
 
Book: Dead In The Water (Rider Bradbury Book 2) by James W. Brown
Rider Bradbury is back. This time he is on the hunt for a serial killer known as the Water Demon. Bradbury will need all his skills as a cop and martial artist, to carry him through this ordeal. The Water Demon believes water is power and he will use this as the resting place for his victims. Bradbury bends the laws in order to try and capture this devious and dangerous killer. Follow Rider [...]
 
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