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Book: Accounting for the Curious - Why Study Accounting?
For your career success, it doesn't matter what you study, it matters WHY you study it. When it comes to choosing Accounting as your college/university major or career, you can do it the easy way or the hard way. You can go on semesters and semesters wasting your parent's money to figure out if it is a right major for you. Or you can read this book and figure it out in less than two hours. It is [...]
 
Book: 27 (Twenty-Seven) - Six Friends, One Year by R. J. Heald
Your 27th year is a turning point. Kurt Cobain. Amy Winehouse. Janis Joplin. They died at 27. Six friends reunite in London. From the outside their lives are enviable; from the new father, to the rich entrepreneur to the carefree traveller. But underneath their facades they are starting to unravel. Dave is made redundant, Renee's marriage is crumbling and Katie is forced to return home to her [...]
 
Book: Kingdom of the Jax (Inspector of the Cross) by John B. Rosenman
Accompanied by Yaneta, his beautiful alien bride, Turtan travels across the stars to Cross Imperial Station. The Jax, Overseers of the universe, have given him an amazing navigational device which can enable the Cross to quickly defeat their seemingly invincible enemy, the Cen, and end their five-thousand-year-old war. But will the Emperor welcome him to the station or order the execution of both [...]
 
Book: Inspector of the Cross by John B. Rosenman
Thanks to suspended animation, Turtan is over 3500 years old and travels on freeze ships to distant worlds. His mission is to investigate weapons to help humanity turn the tide against their ancient nemesis the Cenknife. Vicious aliens, the Cenknife seek to conquer the universe and enslave humanity. When Turtan discovers just such a weapon, a beautiful, seductive woman stands in his way. He must [...]
 
Book: Blood Moons Rising! Unlocking the Mystery of the Coming Blood Moons of 2014 & 2015 - A warning of something BIG about to happen? (Supernatural) by Robert ...
Are The End Time Prophecies already revealed in the Heavenly Bodies? Did the many cosmic signs that merged in 2015 signify that something BIG is about to happen? Recently over 6 major signs converged in 2015. Discover what these were and how they are already impacting global stability not just in Europe and the Middle East, but also in America and other diverse parts of the globe. Some world [...]
 
Book: 1 Year of Sunday School Lessons for 3-5 Year Olds by Angela E. Powell
Preschoolers have a LOT of energy. Working with this age group can be challenging as well as rewarding. How do you keep their attention so they don't wander off in the middle of story time? Or decide that a game of tag is more interesting than prayer time? This curriculum is designed to teach preschoolers in a variety of practical ways, including hands-on activities, games, and crafts. Each [...]
 
Book: Freshman Forty by Christine Duval
When eighteen-year-old Laurel Harris discovers she's pregnant four weeks into the start of her freshman year at prestigious Colman College, she has all intentions of telling her emotionally-distant father. But being away at school makes it too easy to hide. And while she can't explain to her friends, or to herself even, the reasons why she doesn't want the baby's father to find out about the [...]
 
Book: Father of the Year by Ann Roth
Entrepreneur Will Stoner is a competent executive, but when he becomes guardian to the son he never knew about, Will does the only thing he can he hires help. Nanny Dena Foster's gentle ways take the trepidation out of parenting, and despite a bad marriage that made Will mistrust women, he warms to Dena. Now he wants more from this nurturing beauty for himself. First he has to erase the doubt in [...]
 
Book: Once in a Blue Year by Michael D. Durkota
"A bold debut, filled with unforgettable moments and characters." - Kirkus Reviews Top Medalist - Psychological Suspense - New Apple e-Book Awards - Finalist - IAN Book of the Year Awards Once in a Blue Year begins during the first days of the Gulf War, with two navy barracks roommates remaining onshore as their submarine leaves without them. Unraveling through different points of view in both [...]
 
Book: The Year Santa Stubbed His Toe by William M Hayes
The man in red really exists. To all the people in the world that say Santa is just a myth, you are simply and completely wrong. Many tales have been told about the man in red. Some true some as true as two-headed unicorns with wings living in the city of Atlantis. This tale is true. A year not so long ago, Santa was ready to take his yearly pilgrimage on the night before Christmas when disaster [...]
 
Book: Just One Year by Colette Smith
Three young women move into a house together. Ronnie wants to become independent; she doesn't always see herself as others see her, and sharing her room with her stroppy little sister Rosie is doing her head in. She's a secretary in a large Advertising Company; not very exciting but Ronnie doesn't value herself. especially as she gets to know her housemates Anna and Clara, both in professional [...]
 
Book: The Days After (The Tenth Year) by J. Richardson
In the early part of the twenty first century, ten years after an EMP disaster, Chris is surviving with her brother and father. In the small South Dakota town, constant threats cause them to reach out and form new alliances. Can they defeat the menace that keeps returning? Can they begin to restore their city or will they continue to live under the shadow of the marauders? Will the new alliance [...]
 
Book: The Year of the Horsetails by R. F. Tapsell
'I chanced upon a novel I read as a child. Re-reading The Year of the Horsetails by R. F. Tapsell (1967), I realized where my interest in nomadic warfare began and, with Bardiya - Tapsell s siege-engineer, outsider hero - something of the origins of Ballista. Tapsell was a superb historical novelist, and some enterprising publisher should put his works back in print for a new generation. Set in [...]
 
Book: A Year on Planet Mercury by Leonard Stegmann
Leonard Stegmann's largest collection of humor essays, quizzes and nostalgia explores such topics such as what it's like to boo a wheelchair-bound sports legend, cooking fried liverwurst, discovering udder cream and why geese are truly nature's most hideous creation. This book is packed with pages and pages of Leonard's dubious wisdom and questionable insight, and certainly contains more of his [...]
 
Book: 1809; The Year They Freed the Slaves by Jack Lourens
The title gives our ending away. The book is the journey we make to arrive. Our journey starts in Africa with a young child, and her upbringing within a unique family. Atende learns the skills of her parents who serve as the Obeahmen and N'ganga of their tribe, the Shaman, but she also evidences behavioral traits that hint at some darker, something different, that lies deeper within. Captured and [...]
 
Book: The Year of the Cicadas by Catie Hartsfield
The inspirational true story of a family, told by Catie, her son Bryant falls from a 180 foot cliff in the isolated back woods of the Gorge, forcing his younger brother, a friend and a lost boy-scout troop to find and rescue him. Catie had not been content with her life and had been praying for change, but not like this. The stress of the accident changes her views about herself, family, God and [...]
 
Book: Letters to Ethan by Sharon F. Svitak
"Sharon Svitak, a native San Franciscan, mother of two grown children, and recently widowed, began writing letters to her grandson, Ethan, to work her way through the painful loss of her husband. But what began as an outlet for her grief became a project to pass on to her heirs some of the good memories of her thirty-four year marriage. A published writer of articles and essays, Letters to Ethan: [...]
 
Book: Reaper Two-Six Year 6 - Act of Redemption by Robert A Grand
If you like techno-thrillers and enjoy books by Clancy, Dale Brown, Coonts, DeFelice, Hunter, or Clive Cussler, then the Reaper Two-Six novels are for you. With fresh, plausible storylines that reflect the world of today, engaging characters, and state-of-the-art technology, the Reaper novels will allow you to experience the intensity, dedication, and skill required to keep the world a peaceful [...]
 
Book: Foxwood - Another Year by Jan Marsh
It's a year since the Foxwood house was set up and the 'community' has grown. It's still home to Maggie, Julia, Ann, Jeff, Josh, Viv and Lewis, but there are also new residents, leading to shifts in allegiance and fallings out, as well as more cosy and intimate times. Add to the mix online dating, a Murder Mystery and the joys of bread making and this second book in the Foxwood trilogy proves [...]
 
Book: Living Space - The First Year of the Foxwood Community by Jan Marsh
Maggie strives to realise her vision of a shared community of friends living out their years in companionship and harmony on the Welsh Borders. But as the saying goes, life happens when you're busy making other plans and she hasn't reckoned on the dark secrets, the rivalries, the exes and the wayward offspring that her housemates have accumulated over the decades. A funny and thoughtful story [...]
 
Book: The Boy with the 40 Year Old Brain by Ken Coleman
If you could live your life over from the age of seven with all the knowledge and experience gained over 40 years. If you were given the chance to rectify all your mistakes and experience new romances and sexual conquests. Would you take the opportunity? This is the story of a man who finds himself occupying the body of a child. He falls in love with his unsuspecting mother who is the most [...]
 
Book: Swim Season by Marianne Sciucco
Sometimes winning is everything. Champion swimmer Aerin Keane is ready to give up her dreams of college swimming and a shot at the Olympics. As she starts senior year in her third high school, Aerin's determined to leave her family troubles behind and be like all the other girls at Two Rivers. She's got a new image and a new attitude. She doesn't want to win anymore. She's swimming for fun, no [...]
 
Book: Cougar's Eve by Giselle Renarde
Trish has big plans for New Year's Eve: a giant bowl of popcorn, a nice warm blanket on the couch, and binge-watching TV all night long. With any luck, she'll be fast asleep when the clock strikes twelve. Not if her vivacious friend from the gym gets a say! Lori has salacious plans, and she's persuaded Trish to join the party even if it takes a touch of trickery to get Trish out of the house. [...]
 
Book: The True Diary of Baby's First Year - a mothering companion by Charlie Plunkett
In Charlie's Diary she recounts those magical first days when she finally gains access to the best club in the world 'Parenthood'... Her diary is a humorous and honest account of her attempts to be that ever elusive 'Yummy Mummy' she keeps reading about. But with boobs that are so sore getting fully dressed isn't really an option and no free time to visit a hairdressers she finds that 'Scummy [...]
 
Book: May This Be The Best Year Of Your Life - A Memoir by Sandra Bornstein
Based on a private journal, memories, and a blog that chronicled her adventure to India, Sandra Bornstein wrote May This Be the Best Year of Your Life to serve as a resource and guide to help others overcome the challenges of living outside their comfort zone. When her husband accepted a job that required extensive international travel, the author was living her version of the American dream in [...]
 
Book: My Favorite Time of Year by Julie Aydlott, Kalie Sullivan, Emily Sullivan
My Favorite Time of Year is a beautifully illustrated rhyming season's book that will bring back memories to the children and even adults who read it. This book was inspired by the holiday traditions that each passing season brings and to see the happiness through the eyes of young children and what they remember the season to mean. Starting with the spring, the illustrated rhyming descriptions [...]
 
Book: The Adventures of Bruno Penny - Norbert de Strangle and the Great Museum Robbery by A. B. Syed
Strange goings-on at the Westside Museum of Rare Art Treasures. The new visiting exhibit is stolen without leaving a clue, police are baffled, quite frankly. Who has taken the statues, paintings and jewellery and stuff? Can Bruno Penny solve the mystery? Norbert de Strangle, international criminal mastermind, thinks not! *AUTHOR'S REVIEW* I wanted Bruno Penny to be a completely normal boy in [...]
 
Book: Weeders - In the Year 2125 Only the Best Survive (Wonderfully Short Series) by Cristiano Caffieri
In the year 2125, in an effort to contain population growth, a points system is established to weed out those who are not fully contributing to society. Those who do not make 100 points are destined for termination and their only hope for survival is to marry someone who has scored well above the norm. If the combined scores total 200 or more the one with the lower score is allowed to live. The [...]
 
Book: Politically Homeless - A Five-year Odyssey across Three Continents by Mary Terzian
In this memoir, Terzian's aspirations to attend college meet parents' refusal, flaring her yearnings even more. Consequently she quits her home in Cairo to work with the United Nations (Un) World Health Organization in Alexandria. Five years later she accepts a Un assignment in Congo, where civil war is rampant. She endures the rigors of expatriation, meanwhile saving funds for her college [...]
 
Book: 1814 - The Year the United States Lost its Independence by Jonathan M. Nielson
Readers of historical fiction know there are two aspects to the genre. One, often highly entertaining and even exceedingly well crafted, is wholly imaginative and escapist by design. It might be a good yarn but the story is implausible in meeting the 'what might have been' test. The second attempts a more complex interweaving of fact and fiction and aspires to a more serious, thoughtful [...]
 
Book: Nonprofit Chronowar by Michael D. Smith
Ranna Kikken creates The Committee to End Suffering on Planet Earth, but its first conference in 2020 is ruined when ex-astronaut Joe Commer time travels from 2036 to lecture Ranna's nonprofit ladies on the coming breakdown of the solar system. Tormented by his role in dropping the superbomb that ended the Final War but rendered Earth uninhabitable, Joe has quit the Space Force, much to the [...]
 
Book: Knowing His Secret (Year of the Billionaire Part 1) by K.C. Falls
Deeply Emotional, Scorching Hot Read for Your Kindle - He looked like the kind of man even my mother would call smokin' hot. Eventually, she did. He felt like the kind of man who didn't just break the rules, but made new ones. He led and it was follow or get out of the way. Why did a billionaire with a voice like liquid silk and a face like a bad angel take a second look at a girl in no-name [...]
 
Book: Writing in Retirement - Putting New Year's Resolutions to Work by Elaine Orr
"Writing in Retirement: Putting New Year's Resolutions to Work" provides a framework for you to decide if writing (self-publishing, for the most part) is a good way to supplement your retirement income or Social Security check. And then it tells you how. What "Writing in Retirement" is not is a "get rich by writing" book. Those are everywhere; this is different. What better time to start writing [...]
 
Book: Beyond The Rapture - An exploration of the three eras prophesied to follow the Rapture by Jesus Christ, King of Kings and Lord of Lords by Denny Bolen
So many have heard of the Rapture, but few know what happens next. Too many have focused on what happens to those left behind and "lost sight" of those who will be taken. For believers, this enticing and completely unique event is just the beginning. With the Rapture imminent, it is expedient and wise to understand the full scope of what God has planned for us who believe. Please see 10 more [...]
 
Book: Keeping His Promise (Year of the Billionaire Part 3) by K.C. Falls
***The conclusion of the sizzling "Year of the Billionaire" Trilogy*** Just carrying a million dollars around is exhausting. Paying my mother's ransom was a relief but I had too much time to think about Tristan on that ferry ride. He was more than I had dared hope for and less than I deserved. I underestimated his power and didn't give him nearly enough credit for determination. He had me on his [...]
 
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