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Book: The Craft Fair Vendor Guidebook - Ideas to Inspire by Brenda DeHaan
Are you thinking about selling your creations at craft fairs but aren't sure where to start? Are you already selling items but would like more ideas to enhance your displays? "The Craft Fair Vendor Guidebook: Ideas to Inspire" is the go-to guide for people interested in personalized selling. Including many color photographs from craft fairs and other vendor events, this book offers logical ways [...]
 
Book: Host a Successful Craft Fair - Tips for Top-Selling Events by Brenda DeHaan
Craft fairs are about fun and making money. If you are the host, organization is key to creating a rewarding event. You want the event's sponsoring organization and the vendors to make money. You want the guests to make memories of a fun time shopping and spending time together. You want to accomplish these things as efficiently as possible. This book tells you how. The information is geared for [...]
 
Book: Fair Is Foul and Foul Is Fair (The Malone Mystery Novels Book 2) by Larry Darter
A gorgeous socialite. A maverick investigator. A deadly connection. When a drop-dead gorgeous socialite with a wad of cash walks into Ben Malone's office with a sordid tale to tell, he does what any self-respecting private investigator with rent to pay would do - he takes the case. But soon, he realizes he may have bitten off more than he can chew. As the body count rises all signs point to the [...]
 
Book: Janoose And The Fall Feather Fair by J.D. Holiday
In Janoose the Goose, she visited her cousin, Molly the Duck on the Free Range farm. Janoose liked life in the barnyard. Having no job on the farm Janoose awaits her flight home, but before her flight arrived the fox began a crime spree, and Janoose was able to stop him and he had to pay the price for his crime. Janoose gets his job collecting feathers. It isn't long before Janoose finds her job [...]
 
Book: A Twist of Faith - Will a wager against her future steal her chance at true love? by Pepper D. Basham
"Basham weaves a unique tale sure to please the romantic at heart."Denise Hunter, bestselling author of Married 'til Monday Dr. Adelina Roseland has worked ten years in research as an accent reduction specialist to attain her dream job. But a secret wager to transform Appalachian cattle farmer Reese Mitchell into corporate material challenges Adelina in ways she never expected, threatening her [...]
 
Book: America We Need A Raise by Mark Mullen
Stagnated wages! Fewer good career opportunities! Absence of upward mobility! Middle Class Americans are dying - literally and figuratively - faster than any other place in the world. There is a pronounced wealth divide between the rich and the middle class in the United States. And it is getting worse every day. Many Americans, perhaps even you, will not be able to retire when planned. The [...]
 
Book: Gabriella (A Regency Romance) by Brenda Hiatt
He lost a wager . . . but won a treasure. Due to a lost wager, the Duke of Ravenham is obliged to bring a pretty little nobody from the country into fashion among the high-sticklers of London Society. Ravenham would never refuse a debt of honor, no matter how unorthodox, so he overlooks Miss Gordon's vulgar relations to do what is necessary, escorting the unsophisticated chit to balls, etc. But [...]
 
Book: Reluctant Dick The Case of the Not-So-Fair Trader by Jim Stevens
A despicable stock trader is found buried under an avalanche of his own garden rocks, causing fired-from-the force- Richard Sherlock to be yanked off the bowling alley and whisked to the crime scene by his pampered protegee Tiffany Richmond. He must prove murder and stop payment of the twelve-million-dollar Richmond Insurance policy. Nothing makes sense. Crime scene is a mess. There is no money [...]
 
Book: Timbo and a Fair Cop by Louise Bond-Fraser
"Timbo and a Fair Cop" is a short adventure story featuring a young mouse who lives at the end of a human's garden in a little town called Button-Bootsville. In the tradition of the English sleuths, Timbo and his friends are involved in the solving of a mystery. The book is fully illustrated with watercolours by the author. Can you guess whodunnit?
 
Book: A Fair To Die For by Radine Trees Nehring
It's October, craft fair season in the Ozarks, and Carrie and Henry are helping their friend Shirley sell her quilts and Baby Cuddlys at the War Eagle Craft Fair. After a mysterious cousin with ties to drug dealers appears, danger stalks the fair. When Carrie is abducted by killers following a breakfast at War Eagle Mill, she's afraid she won't escape, because though her aim in life has always [...]
 
Book: Maahilund (The Fair and Fey) by J. Ellyne
In the first book, Sashegh was a young girl just coming of age and experiencing for the first time extreme dangers, passionate love, and loyal friendships. Her adventures seemed to happen around her, affecting her without directly involving her. In Maahilund, she is the central protagonist, having matured into a wise and brave woman who takes charge of her life and demonstrates great leadership [...]
 
Book: Fair Play by Gunnar Angel Lawrence
Detective Paul Friedman awakes to a disturbing phone call from his former partner. Officer Glenn Kelley has been abducted. Or, has he? Kelley's mistake during an arrest may have guaranteed the release of child molester and murderer Jasper Davis. Friedman races against time to prove that his friend and partner did not take the law into his own hands. Doug Lipton is the defense attorney who aids in [...]
 
Book: Revenge of the Dorkoids - The Secret Club Begins by Holly Beck
In grade school, being smart doesn't warrant the same level of respect and acceptance as being a talented athlete. Athletes are considered stronger, faster, and more popular - all-important traits for elementary school children. Smart kids are generally perceived to be 'dorks or nerds' and are often the social underdogs/less popular kids.
 
Book: Childhood's Day by John B. Rosenman
This story stems from a specific memory. I was walking down the street on the way to a doctor's appointment when I noticed a store specializing in reprographs. Reprography is the reproduction of graphics through various means such as photography. For example, the reproduction of an old photograph into a new one. Just like that, an idea for a story leaped into my head. Suppose you could reproduce [...]
 
Book: Create Your Own Life by Dennis Amankwah
How do you see life? Some say life is unfair. To others, life is fair. Of a truth, life is neither fair nor unfair to anyone. How you perceive life is how life will manifest to you. If you think life to be unfair, the Universe(God) has to arrange every event of your life to agree to how you see life. Therefore, almost every event of your life has no option than to be unfair to you in order to [...]
 
Book: Press Attention (2) by L.T.W. Lucas
So, you want front page news coverage? Then you need to put on a show. In this case, a fashion show. With much to organise and excitement mounting, we follow Eva, the owner of a small town boutique, through the highs (and a fair amount of lows), as she works her way from booking the venue, right through to the final performance. It's a comedy of errors. So will it be all right on the night? What [...]
 
Book: Horses - A Religion by Stephen Place
From the Gypsies at the famous Appleby Horse Fair to International 3 day eventing. This is the story of a lifetime spent with horses. A truthful, at times brutally honest account of dealing horses, competing them and trying to make a living from them. Funny, sad and at times hard to comprehend in its observation of the human aspect when involved in this enchanting, all encompassing lifestyle.
 
Book: The Sharks Crisis Negotiator by John Robert McCauley
This is a tantalizing story of Josh Blake, United States State Department International Crisis Negotiator, who is diving on vacation in French Polynesia when he is dragged into the affairs of a mysterious redhead. That affair is interrupted by an international crisis, which requires him to go to Japan. He must peel back the layers of an international dispute between the Chinese and Japanese doing [...]
 
Book: Marquand Tales - A Non Politically Correct Novel of Horror by Jay Whales
Marquand Tales is the no holds barred, non politically correct novel of horror about growing up in a small town infected with more than its fair share of things that go bump in the night. The residents of Marquand battle witches, in bred red necks, fake police officers and aliens from other planets. They then have their morning coffee and continue the day battling monsters from below the earths [...]
 
Book: Perfect for Him by Suzanne Jenkins
How do you find your husband the perfect wife when he already has you? Handsome Jason loves Harley with all his heart. But when she gets sick, Tiffany jumps in and decides he's fair game, whether he's married or not. What can Harley do to protect her family from the Tiffanys of the world? > > > An Inspirational Comedy that Will Make You Laugh and Cry Perfect for Him is a tale of two lovers whose [...]
 
Book: Mad Love by Janet Elizabeth Henderson
** A Note from the Author ** This is the first romance I ever wrote! And because of that, it holds a special place in my heart. I hope you enjoy it! *** Madeline Lewis wants to be the next big thing in something - anything. She is tired of failure, although to be fair she does cause most of it, but now she wants to be a success. And the only thing standing between her and world domination is Dean [...]
 
Book: Ted Bear Esq. - his photo album (Small Folk Tales) by Christine Larsen
Here is my best old mate, Ted Bear Esq. (lovingly known as Ted to me all the 65 years we have shared, so far!) It all began modestly enough with some photos of him for his story on Squidoo - 'A Little Known Aussie, Ted Bear Esq.', but do you think this was enough for this furry prima donna? No way! He beat his hairy chest for a bit, then demanded a full exposure of his 'togetherness' with all his [...]
 
Book: Verbuggin' by Samuel Alexander Bowyer
Verbuggin' is an ABC book that introduces verbs and alliteration, as well as some new animals, to the young reader. Twenty-six lovable characters each give a message at the end of their story, such as the importance of sharing, playing fair, being kind, and helping. Verbuggin' bridges the gap between traditional ABC books and picture books to get beyond basic words. It introduces new and [...]
 
Book: Hump Dump (Z-Spot Diaries Book 10) by Zoe Scarlatti
Hump Dump is Short Episode 10 of Zoe Scarlatti's Z-Spot Diaries. New Hampshire's slogan? Live Free or Die. Zoe is certainly down with the second part. But a trip to this god forsaken place had to be necessitated by business. Who would choose to visit voluntarily? Only candidates during the run-up to a Presidential Delegate Gang Bang. Ironically. the sexual reference is not misplaced. Even in one [...]
 
Book: Celebration of Life - Book One of the Celebration Trilogy by Patricia Gauthier
What can a girl raised in a rural convent by a group of celibate nuns expect out of life? Okay, so it turns out she's a heiress. Now what? If you're Trish Haywood you open an event planning business and make it a huge success. Should she even dare to dream for more? Life is good...sort of...maybe. Or that was what she thought before the kidnapping... Davis Sinclair has just moved to Harbor [...]
 
Book: The Healthcare System In America Is Neglecting Patients To Death by T. Bush
My book is the story about the neglect, mistreatment pain suffering and ultimately death of three of my family members who were victims of this so called Healthcare system in America. It points out the neglect, lack of compassion and proper care and the unfair and unjust laws in the healthcare system. Let's face it we all have to go to the doctors and deserve fair, honest and caring treatment. [...]
 
Book: Celebration of Life by Patricia Gauthier
What can a girl raised in a rural convent by a group of celibate nuns expect out of life? Okay, so it turns out she's a heiress. Now what? If you're Trish Haywood you open an event planning business and make it a huge success. Should she even dare to dream for more? Life is good...sort of...maybe. Or that was what she thought before the kidnapping... Davis Sinclair has just moved to Harbor [...]
 
Book: California Motorcycle Accident Handbook by Edward Smith
You've been in a motorcycle crash. Something you didn't expect when you woke up this morning. I'm Ed Smith, a Sacramento personal injury lawyer and I've been handling motorcycle crashes since 1982. I wrote this book so that California motorcyclists can understand what comes next. In fact, you may already have some of the following questions. How do I get my motorcycle repaired? Is it best to go [...]
 
Book: Where Bluebirds Fly by Wendy Storer
Ruby would rather not think about the past, and she definitely won't talk about it. She clings instead to her collection of rocks and stones which remind her of Nanna, her garden, and happier times. When Ruby refuses to speak, she is sent to live in a residential school where she is supposed to get help. But Ruby is not the only girl there with problems... Where Bluebirds Fly is a moving story [...]
 
Book: Shrike by Jeff Carlson
Set in present-day Raleigh, North Carolina, Shrike is the story of one young woman's overcoming tremendous physical, emotional and logistical adversity to defeat evil incarnate. When Taryn Spire and her best friend learn that some banking executives plan a cybercrime to embezzle funds from the North Carolina State Fair, the adventure begins. A botched attempt by the perpetrators to silence them [...]
 


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