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Book: The Age of the Female II - Heroines of the Shift by Richard Andrew King
The Age of the Female II: Heroines of the Shift continues the remarkable journey of the female's ascent in the modern world of the 2nd Millennium. This installment is a general read in five chapters honoring the accomplishments of women in categories of female firsts, female Nobel laureates, female athletes, female icons and female quotations. This is an exciting read for everyone, especially [...]
 
Book: Famous People - What Their Lives Reveal by George Pan Kouloukis
Famous people's lives reveal that the good and bad seasons in their lives alternated from good to bad and vice versa according to a certain pattern. A good season has given its place to a bad one at a certain moment, and a bad season has given its place to a good one also at a certain moment - and so on. Great German composer Ludwig van Beethoven, for example, went through a bad period of his [...]
 
Book: Cloud Dancer by Peggy Bechko
Change is coming. Young Cloud Dancer's peaceful life at Acoma Pueblo crumbled before her eyes with the onslaught of war at the hands of the Spaniards. Of those who had come to help, many of the Apache warriors had died. Her new love, White Hawk, of the Apache, was lost to her. Alone and bitter, the beautiful maiden learned the fierce Apache ways of her lost love and vowed never to kneel before [...]
 
Book: The Age of the Female - A Thousand Years of Yin by Richard Andrew King
The Age of the Female: A Thousand Years of Yin highlights the profound and extraordinary ascent of the female in the modern world, placing her center stage in the global spotlight as presidents and leaders of nations, titans of industry, corporate executives, military generals, media magnets, doctors, lawyers and a whole host of other prestigious titles normally associated with the male. Why has [...]
 
Book: Stand For Something or Stand For Nothing by Ebony Jones-Kuye
"Jones-Kuye states that she wants her story to be an inspiration for others, and, to my mind, she has succeeded brilliantly." -Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite - In 2002, former NBA Clippers owner Donald Sterling acquired the Ardmore Apartments in Los Angeles where 67-year-old Kandynce Jones, a Black woman who was legally blind, right side paralyzed due to a bad spinal fusion [...]
 
Book: Destinies of the Rich & Famous - The Secret Numbers of Extraordinary Lives by Richard Andrew King
WHY are rich and famous people rich and famous? Is it luck? Hard work? Advantage by family name? Why is Oprah Winfrey a billionaire entrepreneur? What gives Sarah Palin her Going Rogue persona? What caused Marilyn Monroe to be a sex goddess? What caused Princess Diana's tragic life and death? Why was Michael Jackson plagued by child issues? Why was Howard Hughes a disturbed, rich recluse? [...]
 
Book: The River Girl's Song - Texas Women of Spirit, Book 1 by Angela Castillo
Join a young pioneer girl on a journey of hope and courage on the Colorado riverbank in frontier Texas. Zillia Bright never dreamed she'd be orphaned at sixteen and left to care for her baby brother and Papa's farm. With only a mule and a hundred-year-old shotgun, she must fight to protect what's hers. Countless dangers lurk on the Bastrop Texas riverside. Zillia must rely on the help of her best [...]
 
Book: Alessandra by Ann M. Pratley
After receiving news from her parents of a possible betrothal, Alessandra, an 18 year old with an ingrained belief that no-one would ever wish to marry her, finds herself in a love so great that at times she cannot breathe. To marry someone like herself - someone she can go on a sexual journey of learning and exploration with, who also has no previous experience in such pleasures - contributes to [...]
 
Book: Two Paths Crossing - Then and Now by John Swisher
We follow Atys, a Lydian slave from 560 BC, as he struggles with a chest of solid gold coins while climbing up the treacherous trail leading to the Delphi Oracle. He is one among hundreds of slaves and soldiers involved in delivering a great treasure. We also follow James, an insurance salesman from Scranton, PA, as he travels to Greece to take charge of his grandfather's estate. James forms a [...]
 
Book: The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn by Bill Morgenstein
My dream then was to play baseball for the New York Yankees. I was on the Stuyvesant baseball team, but because of my working hours, my playing time was limited. My first dream to become a corporate president by the time I was 35 years of age was fulfilled. Experience the ups and downs of a life well lived in Bill Morgenstein's compelling new memoir, The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn. While [...]
 
Book: Handwriting of the Famous and Infamous by Sheila Lowe
Handwriting communicates much more than what is committed to paper. A quick note, a carefully composed letter, an autograph or a scribble also reveals a great deal about the personality of the writer. What are the clues to look for in a person's writing and what do they reveal? What do they tell experts that the writer might prefer to keep hidden? Join expert graphologist Sheila Lowe for an [...]
 
Book: Stolen Five Times by John Swisher
Stolen Five Times begins with a documented treasure stolen in Greece during WWII. We follow Franko and Jovan, two German soldiers, as they try to escape from Greece after stealing part of the treasure. They have to navigate back roads, hostile villagers and encounters with the Greek resistance. James, an expat from the U.S. in 2010, is drawn into a search for the treasure after receiving a [...]
 
Book: Rainey - The Story Of A Woman by Lloyd J. Guillory
Rainey is the story of a young woman, born and raised in the rural south during the great depression. She comes from a very poor and dysfunctional family, fatherless, leaving her ill-equipped to handle the trials and tribulations so common to us all. But, she has an inner character, an innate sense of right and wrong, and even though her path through life is rough and torturous at times, she [...]
 
Book: Wave Barracks 232 by B. J. Murray
A bootleg beautician in her hometown, Cherilyn Adams is the only black girl in her class of new recruits at the Bainbridge Maryland Naval Training Station. She's patriotic, loves the military, but has problems taking orders. She is determined to be the best she can be while training to become a Navy Wave. Cheri and the eighty-six other women from all walks of life and from all parts of the United [...]
 
Book: Rhuna, Keeper of Wisdom - An Historic Fantasy Novel by Barbara Underwood
Unique Historical Fantasy "wonderful imagery" "delightfully creative imagination" - Maria Flanagan "a mystical tale of ethereal beauty"- Barry Have you ever wondered who built the pyramids or the eerie statues on Easter Island - and how they were made? Maybe they were made with superhuman powers - or magic - by a highly advanced civilization like Atlantis! And maybe there was a young girl named [...]
 
Book: The Poppy Project - How Fiji's Most Famous Dog Got Saved! by Fiona Ingram
This moving animal rescue book is a must for all animal lovers. Poppy is Fiji's most famous dog and her amazing journey has helped to highlight the desperate plight of animals in Fiji. Poppy arrived at the Animals Fiji Clinic with a brutal facial injury in March 2012. It appeared she had been struck by a cane knife, amputating 50% of her muzzle. With a dreadful open wound, she had been left to [...]
 
Book: Central Ohio's Historic Prisons (Images of America) by David Meyers
With the opening of the Ohio State Reformatory in 1896, the state legislature had put in place "the most complete prison system, in theory, which exists in the United States." The reformatory joined the Ohio Penitentiary and the Boys Industrial School, also central-Ohio institutions, to form the first instance of "graded prisons; with the reform farm on one side of the new prison, for juvenile [...]
 
Book: POPPY WOODS - Nothing could break her spirit by Lilly Adam
When Lady Margaret Hutchinson abandons her illegitimate daughter in 1863 she does not foresee the consequences of her actions. Set in Victorian Oxfordshire the story of Poppy Woods tells of a courageous girl, who from her very first breath suffers neglect and cruelty. Illegally Adopted by the tight fisted and merciless Sidney Woods and his lazy wicked wife, life in the quiet hamlet of Hurst [...]
 
Book: Finding Bella Blue (When Paths Meet Book 2) by Sheila Claydon
International super-stardom is more than Izzie ever expected to achieve so why isn't she happy? Jack Corley thought he had escaped his heritage until a family tragedy brought him home to deal with debts, squabbles and a crumbling ancestral home. Will they find a way to resolve their problems and achieve the peace and happiness they both crave, or will pride and money get in the way? Review: [...]
 
Book: Judging Cicely (Strasburg - The New Generation Book 1) by Pippa Greathouse
A new generation of Strasburg is in full bloom. The twins Cinderella and Henson Andrews are nineteen now and home from school for a month. And they're no less mischievous, to the entire town's dismay. Cicely has loved Abel Carter for most of her life. But last year, when he put her across his knee for one of her pranks on another Strasburg citizen, she decided she could never face him again. [...]
 
Book: Swirled Satin Sheets I by Tiana Laveen
WARNING - This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. "Swirled Satin Sheets I" takes the reader on a journey of three engaging, sensual multi-cultural love stories. In "Electric Knights" we meet a brawny, blue-collar knight in shining armor, Christopher. His killer looks - tall, blonde and blue-eyed - are no match for his [...]
 
Book: The WishCaster and the Seventh Legion (Ben Mason - Book 1) by Kevan Billington
An adventure story for all children aged eight to eighty - Ben Mason is 12 years old, he lives near Stevenage with his mum and dad and two younger sisters. He goes to a local Comprehensive school (Abbot's Grove); he likes sport, in particular cricket and badminton, unlike most children his age, however, he isn't overly keen on computer/video games much preferring to be outdoors playing, walking [...]
 
eBook: The Famous Union by Michael Meyer
Adult humorous fiction Famous Union College is a slow moving train wreck, a place where what is what is not. Two hapless heroes. An exhibitionist secretary. Bumbling administrators. A paranoid football coach. Conniving coeds. A sex obsessed football player. Who knows what will happen next... "The characters are all interesting and well developed - and many would be great study cases for a psych [...]
 
Book: The Cheesehead Devotional - Hall of Fame Edition by Judy DuCharme
"The reading is simple, the characters are very different, and Coach Lombardi's challenge will guide us one day at a time." ~ Sara White, wife of the late Reggie White "This book is a blessing to comfort when it's fourth and one, or you've just fumbled in your own life." ~ Kevin Harlan, CBS TNT WestwoodOne Sports "Judy DuCharme has taken the quotes of Lombardi and the spirit of some of the [...]
 
Book: Temple of the Grail - A Novel (Rosicrucian Quartet) by Adriana Koulias
This Best Seller translated into four languages is a smouldering, menacingly delightful whodunnit for history buffs and lovers of the genre. Murder, Inquisition, Heresy... France, 1254 - High on a mountain in the Pyrenees, the monastery of St Lazarus is a forbidding place. Behind its ramparts and battlements heretical acts are said to take place and there is the rumour of a secret - a secret so [...]
 
Book: Deeper into the Pond - A Celebration of Femininity by Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Thischapbook is a Military Writers' Society Award Winner. Authors Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson expect this fifth in their Celebration Series of chapbooks conceived to as inexpensive gifts or super-thoughtful greeting cards to be their most successful of all. Author Nancy Famolari says, "These poems speak to all the stages of a women's lives reminding us how far we've come and how [...]
 
Book: The Girl Who Would Be Queen (The Kingdom of Naples Book 1) by Jane Ann McLachlan
Ruling a kingdom in the 14th Century was no task for a woman. When Robert of Naples died in 1342, beautiful, sixteen-year-old Joanna and her younger sister Maria became the heirs to one of the largest, wealthiest and most sophisticated kingdoms in Europe. Born in a male-dominated world in the passionate south of Italy and surrounded by ambitious male cousins with an equal claim to the crown, will [...]
 
Book: ifs Imagine Fantasy Science Fiction by Mark Brandon Allen
"What if?" That short two word interrogatory has certainly produced many interesting results in the annals of Fantasy and Science Fiction. ifs Imagine Fantasy Science Fiction delivers a full complement of nineteen what ifs from author Mark Brandon Allen. Divided into eleven short stories, a novelette, two flash fiction nouvelles and five eclectic works of poetry the collection enjoys a sense of [...]
 
Book: Mr. B - An Evening of Temptation and the Ultimate Sacrifice (Volume 1) by Tevin Hansen
Alternative Christian Fiction with famous dead playwrights and the King of Rock n' roll Nathaniel Hawthorne must travel to the Grand Theatre of Hell, located in the center of the Earth, and team up with a bunch of famous dead playwrights, including Oscar Wilde, Euripides, Tennessee Williams, Honore de Balzac, Lord Byron, a wooden marionette version of William Shakespeare, and Elvis.
 
Book: 220 Lyrics from the Eighties - Lyrics from the most famous songs of the Eightie's and beyond by Paul Oliver
Remember the eighties? Well now you have the opportunity to bring back a piece of it. The great eighties were a time when everybody seemed to be having fun. Life was a lot less complicated and we had a lot more time to enjoy ourselves and get those much needed breaks from the general hum-drum of everyday life. This book contains lyrics from some of the greatest hit songs ever to come out of the [...]
 
Book: Historic Columbus Crimes - Mama's in the Furnace, the Thing and More by David Meyers
In Historic Columbus Crimes, the father-daughter team of David Meyers and Elise Meyers Walker looks back at sixteen tales of murder, mystery and mayhem culled from city history. Take the rock star slain by a troubled fan or the drag queen slashed to death by a would-be ninja. Then there's the writer who died acting out the plot of his next book, the minister's wife incinerated in the parsonage [...]
 
Book: Time Trip on a Moebius Strip by D. Richard Lewis
When I first began to write my sci-fi mystery novel: "TIME TRIP ON A MOEBIUS STRIP," I had no idea that it was going to be so mind-boggling. I say this because of the many connections that the sixteen famous and missing people of history, who are in my novel, had with each other. Because my sci-fi mystery novel deals with a time less dimension where all of these famous missing people are trapped [...]
 
Book: NO GOD - Famous Atheists and Infamous Theists by Mike Newell
This fully illustrated black and white book is a tribute to all the men and women, past, present and future who dare to break free of all the old, traditional, religious dogma and who choose to be and do good... simply for goodness sake...not for the hope of god's rewards in heaven or for the fear of punishment in hell, but just because it feels right. Atheists and agnostics are among the largest [...]
 
Book: Wicked Allure by Leslie C Ferdinand, Shirley Holden Ferdinand
What Does A Man Say to the Woman He Betrayed But Never Stopped Loving? Three years ago, Zachary Steele refused to entertain thoughts of permanency with any woman. A hedonist at heart, he didn't want to corrupt the much younger, Madigan DeLeon, by continuing his affair with her. With the hidden scars of his past, he didn't believe in happily-ever-after. By the time he realized how much Madigan [...]
 
Book: Tales of Turmoil, Torment and of Torture too by Appleton Schneider
Short and longer stories of situations from dissatisfaction through strangulation unto ultimately excruciating and elongated agony. Fascinating and even fun - reading: the priest ultimately on the pyre, the cesarian section catastrophe, the dozen dungeon denizens, poor Helga, etc. etc. Warning -- the last of the series may be a bit disturbing . . . . . . . .
 


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