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Book: THE TEDIOUS VOYAGE - Understanding The Journey From The Labor Room to the Delivery Room by Dr. Elvis Crews
At the end of your pregnancy, comes your trip to the delivery room which you would be undertaking. Have you planned for your trip from the Labor Room to the delivery room yet? Knowing the full extent of what is to come on this trip of yours keeps you better prepared to handle the situation. The pain during the delivery of your baby could be like a combination of stabbing pains and really awful [...]
 
Book: BEYOND INFERTILITY - 48 Reasons Why You are Not Getting Pregnant by Dr. Elvis Crews
A woman's body is a mixture of cells, tissues, lots of hormones, eggs, tubes and absolute magic. What a woman's body can do when trying to conceive is very fasinating, but when it doesn't do what is expected it can be diffucult to know what the problem is. Having trouble conceiving may be the result of current or past health conditions, but often it's simply a case of your body being a little out [...]
 
Book: Children of the Mechanism by Jeffrey Aaron Miller
Young slaves live and work in the bowels of a massive, mysterious factory, watched over by cruel robots. They live and die without ever seeing the world outside of their own working rooms, never understanding the nature of the factory or the purpose of their suffering. The work is endless drudgery, and life for the slaves is short and cruel and meaningless. But one day a door opens where no door [...]
 
Book: Trona, Bloody Trona - A Revolution in Microcosm by Paul Henry Abram
Trona, Bloody Trona - A Synopsis 2013 By Paul Henry Abram This is the story of a young radical lawyer in L.A. and his literary non-fiction tale of a labor strike which takes place in 1970 in Trona, CA, the Gateway to Death Valley. When 750 workers walked out on Kerr-McGee - a world-wide conglomerate that controls a little bit of everything and all of Trona, having paid its workers in company [...]
 
Book: Silk Legacy by Richard Brawer
In early twentieth century Paterson, New Jersey, dashing twenty-nine year old Abraham Bressler charms naive nineteen year old Sarah Singer into marriage by making her believe he feels the same way she does about the new calling of a modern woman. He then turns around and gives her little more respect than he would a servant, demanding she stay home to care for "his" house and "his" children. [...]
 
Book: Room Service (Novella) by Vanessa Stark
Natasha Raven has a secret. Although she is the bestselling author of erotic fiction, she has never penned a sex scene. Her sister, Liza, was responsible for the sizzle in Natasha's books until she passed away only months ago. Now Natasha must write the scenes herself. Trouble is, she hasn't a clue what to write and being a virgin doesn't help. When she is invited to speak at a conference [...]
 
Book: The Clone's Mother by Cheri Gillard
Nurse Kate has a date! An actual date, with a real person. Not just a Friday night with her finicky cat or a movie marathon with George Clooney. Mack is more than she could have ever hoped for. But there's one catch: Mack's lab partner, Kate's creepy gynecologist, is up to something. Something dark. Kate finds evidence that the unethical doctor has used his patients as guinea pigs to make a [...]
 
Book: The Teacher's Strike by Gabby Matthews
This debut novella by Gabby Matthews marks the first historical fiction set against the backdrop of the 2012 Chicago teacher's strike. Based on extensive investigative research of the monumental event, Matthews weaves a complex narrative that seamlessly blends perilous romantic intimacy with sultry political struggle. School administrators pegged Telly Jorgenson as a 'troubled' teenager in and [...]
 
Book: Yarashell Abbily and Her Very Messy Room by Sybrina Durant
The book is about a delightful little girl who wakes up joyfully each day. She sets about getting herself dressed and ready for the day. In the process, she pulls most everything out of her dresser drawers and closet, tossing them this way and that. They all land in unique configurations about the room, creating a fantastic wonderland in her imagination. Through it all, she discusses her [...]
 
Book: The Consular Investigator - Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire by Onofre Poonin
Get involved with one of the unknown facts about the life of a Consular Investigator! The author provides you with an in depth description of ten of his well-depicted chapters. He carefully describes the circumstances that lead to taking you to his simple dream, his adventure and fulfillment, even to his downfall and his faith in God, the tragedy that destroyed him, and a vivid description of the [...]
 
Book: Memories of Evil - A World War II Childhood by Peter Kubicek
We Holocaust survivors all suffered from what is now called PTSD -- post-traumatic stress disorder. In effect, we found it difficult to live with our memories. Each of us had to make his way back to normalcy in his own way -- a long circuitous road, which some traversed better and some worse. There are many Holocaust survivors who were unable to ever speak of their experiences and ultimately took [...]
 
Book: Evil Secret by Ben Westbrook
Beverly and George are impressed with the camp house she has inherited from a great-uncle she didn't know. But, there's a room they are forbidden to open. Even before they see the camp house, the murders have already begun. Mystery, Money, and Murder -- All intertwined as good and evil meet in Chester, Colorado - Dayton, Ohio and Marble Cliff Lake, Texas.
 
Book: Elephants in the Room by Charlene Wexler
Elephants In The Room is award-winning author Charlene Wexler's latest collection of short fiction and essays examining life, love, and the tragedy and comedy of the human condition. Whether she is tackling fiction or essays, Charlene Wexler writes from the heart. With a keen eye for detail and a way of looking at the world a bit sideways, Wexler's writings in Elephants In The Room will entertain [...]
 
Book: Elephant In The Room by Diana J. Febry
I really enjoyed writing this book and I hope it shows. It is about friendship, family and trust but also self reliance. Penny has suffered a nervous breakdown following the break up of her marriage which she had considered to be happy and stable. Feeling she has recovered she turns her back on her own issues and throws herself into the dysfunctional family of her new boyfriend. She thrashes [...]
 
Book: Why Immigrants Come to America - Braceros, Indocumentados, and the Migra by Robert Joe Stout
Stout plunges the reader into the social and political upheaval that the immigration question exerts on 21st century America. Personal encounters, conversations, interviews and newspaper accounts provide a vivid and accurate picture of indocumentado life, both in the workplace and at home. They highlight the successes and failures of immigrants, as well as the challenges and contradictions that [...]
 
Book: Inside Room 913 by Bruce A. Borders
"Excellent book! 5 Stars! I thought I'd figured it out, and then..." Parkview Manor has a secret, and eighteen-year-old Cynthia is curious! When Cynthia Holt takes a job at a former sanitarium, now operating as an assisted living center that doubles as a hotel, she instantly discovers something more is occurring than simply providing the elderly with housing and care. Something very strange is [...]
 
Book: A Room of My Own (Legacy Series) by Ann Tatlock
Excellence in Media "Silver Angel Award" Virginia, the young daughter of a wealthy doctor's family, sees her life forever altered by the Great Depression. Forced to give up her own room so that relatives can move in, her resentment at those circumstances is altered as she helps her father, who spends his spare time giving medical attention to the people of "Soo City." Soo City is a makeshift camp [...]
 
Book: Working for Peace and Justice - Memoirs of an Activist Intellectual (Legacies of War) by Lawrence S. Wittner
A longtime agitator against war and social injustice, Lawrence Wittner has been tear-gassed, threatened by police with drawn guns, charged by soldiers with fixed bayonets, spied upon by the U.S. government, arrested, and purged from his job for political -reasons. To say that this teacher-historian-activist has led an interesting life is a considerable understatement. In this absorbing memoir, [...]
 
Book: Transplant - He May Let the Abductor Live... Only as a Donor by Susan J. Barrett
Johnny enters the O.R. as the most intriguing mystery transplant surgeon that lives. Imagine a Greek god-like man that stands before you, boarding a yacht on Lake Minnetonka during the summer of 1981 in Minnesota, that literally takes your breath away. Those were the thoughts of the lovely young Sierra Starr. "I may let the abductor live, only as a donor," were Johnny's last words upon abruptly [...]
 
Book: The Night the Moon Ate My Room! by Jesse Wilson
The moon was bright and full that night, bigger than I could ever even remember it. Maybe because it was moving towards me... After giving the worst violin recital of his life, and being laughed at by the entire school, the boy vows to never play music again. Later that night, when the moon swallows up his bedroom, it shares the secrets of being a true artist, helping the boy re-claim his [...]
 
Book: The Quarry - Firehouse Family Series - Book Two by Laurie Loveman
It's 1933 and Dr. Jessica Malloy is losing a beloved patient to cancer. There is nothing she or any other doctor can do to halt the disease's progress. Jess faces a medical ethics problem and she discusses her dilemma with her close friends, Dr. David McCann, Laura Darvey, and Woodhill Fire Department First Aid Officer, Eli Sheffler. With opiate pain killers being the only means of keeping her [...]
 
Book: Murder by Reference (The John Lloyd Mysteries) by D.R. Meredith
In a variation of the classic locked room mystery, Attorney John Lloyd Branson and his beautiful, trusted, but often impetuous legal assistant, Lydia Fairchild scare up ghosts from the past and rattle family skeletons as they try to discover who murdered the young museum curator. It's no Halloween trick when Brad Hemphill materializes in a locked museum at midnight, the main feature in a [...]
 
Book: The All Souls' Waiting Room - A Black Comedy about Karma and Killing Yourself by Paki S. Wright
Why would a gorgeous, smart-mouthed, eighteen-year-old girl named Johnnine Hapgood -- raised by free-loving followers of the controversial psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich (inventor of the orgone energy accumulator and the cloud-buster) -- try to kill herself? What lessons does she have to learn about karma and reincarnation? And what are the consequences of suicide? Floating away from her tenement [...]
 
Book: Storms of Life - Storm - Book III by Steven Paul Germane'
Something was different about my family. I had no idea what it was, but I knew my father, who suddenly, after being assumed missing and possibly dead, just shows up at the front door as if he had never been hurt at all, and Antonio was in a coma after being found by a fisherman. Dad wasn't acting the same. He looked like him, he sounded like him, but his demeanor was off, and I was bound to prove [...]
 
Book: Mr. Jefferson's Piano - & Other Central Harlem Stories by B.L. Wilson
Mr. Jefferson's Piano & Other Central Harlem Stories is the second updated edition of an anthology that weaves together a rich tapestry of 68 short stories, agency memos, and letters of events that take place during the late seventies, eighties, and nineties as seen through Melba Farris' eyes. Melba writes notes about everything work-related, chronicling her journey into the field of property [...]
 
Book: Miracle In My Living Room - The Story of a Little Mann by Evelyn Mann
In this inspirational story of hope, a first-time mom is faced with unthinkable circumstances. This was not the pregnancy any woman would have planned. This mom was forced to face the option of abortion while medical professionals said her son would never survive a day outside of the womb. There were many harsh words used to describe her precious unborn child, including the devastating [...]
 
Book: The Mormon Quest for the Presidency - From Joseph Smith to Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman by Craig L. Foster, Newell G. Bringhurst
Mitt Romney (2008 and 2012) and Jon Huntsman (2012) are not the only Mormons to run for president of the United States. A odd assortment of nine other Mormons have previously vied for the title, including the founder of the Mormon church (1844); a member of the Black Panthers (1968); an ultraconservative who later became president of the church (1968); a feminist (1984); and a former Green Beret [...]
 
Book: Vague Images (Jolie Gentil Cozy Mystery Series Book 7) by Elaine Orr
Bad enough that Jolie ends up in the emergency room because she tried to avoid hitting a deer. Worse to find a dead woman in the hospital restroom after Jolie gets patched up. As the chief budget cutter at the hospital, Tanya Weiss was unpopular, especially in the Radiology Department, where Scoobie works. In between appraising houses and feeding her pet skunk, Jolie's on the lookout for a [...]
 
Book: Room For Doubt (A Carol Childs Mystery Book 4) by Nancy Cole Silverman
"Grips a reader from the first page, offering an addictive mix of wit and suspense. Silverman is a master at crafting ripped-from-the-headlines storylines that feature a smart, appealing protagonist. Room for Doubt leaves no doubt this is one of the strongest contemporary mystery series out there." - Ellen Byron, Award-Winning Author of Body on the Bayou - When radio reporter Carol Childs is [...]
 
Book: No Longer Alone - Based on a True Story by Melinda Viergever Inman
Manhood arrived prematurely. At the tender age of fifteen, Prentis lost both his father and his confidence that God loved him. He grew up fast after that day, abandoning his education to take on the responsibility and hardship of supporting his mother and siblings. Now, in Prentis's twenties, Avery reenters his life. A Sunday School teacher with a passion for learning and theology, she is [...]
 
Book: The Forgotten Room - A Sequel to Frances Hodgson Burnett's 'The Secret Garden' by Stacie Morrell
Did You Love The Secret Garden? Find Out What Happens NEXT! 'The Secret Garden,' written by Frances Hodgson Burnett and published in 1911, has been beloved by generations. Made into a stage play and numerous movies, this enchanting story remains a popular classic today. 'The Forgotten Room' begins a few months after the original concludes, continuing the stories of Mary, Colin, Dickon and the [...]
 
Book: You're Wrong - A Passionate Paranormal Romance (Bridesmaids, Weddings & Honeymoons Book 3) by Maggie Tideswell
Rubi needed a man. After six years, she suddenly found herself in the market again. At precisely the right moment, Nathan walked into her life. He was very handsome, hot and gay. He could only be temporary distraction. But Nathan had other plans for Rubi than being a mere distraction or a girly BFF. He abducted her to prove her wrong in the only way he knew how. He said he wanted to have sex with [...]
 
Book: Dead Editor File (The Taylor Browning Cozy Mysteries Book 1) by G G Collins
Funny how complicated life is until you're in danger; then it's all too simple. Preston Endicott, Jr. was hated by most of his staff at Endicott Publishing, at least until he turned up dead in his locked executive office. Taylor Browning, the new mystery editor at the book publishing house, sees plenty of possible perps right in the office suite. But his employees were hardly the only people to [...]
 
Book: Sir Laurence Dies (The 'Dies' Trilogy Book 1) by Christopher D. Abbott
Sir Laurence was a decorated soldier in the Great War, and a hardnosed businessman. He was also a man of whom everyone was a little afraid. So when he boasted to Doctor Straay about his expert knowledge of crime fiction and requested that Straay spend a weekend at his country estate, the detective had reservations. What began as an absorbing evening of drinks, conversation, and card games, soon [...]
 
Book: Filling Your Funnel - Building Your Business By Reaching Out To Strangers by Steve Hoffacker
"Filling Your Funnel: Building Your Business By Reaching Out To Strangers" is a special type of sales book that has been prepared to help you be more successful. It has been needed and now is available to make a real impact on professional selling. Years in the making and fully field tested, the concepts in this book are solid. They are ready to use "right out of the box" or can be adapted to [...]
 
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