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Book: Forsythia - A Memoir of Lost Generations by Peter Longley
Encased within the drama of John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga ,' Peter Hovenden Longley weaves an autobiographical reminiscence of his own English family from the 1880s to the 1960s. Brought up in the last days of 'Forsythia', a world of the 3 percent born in privilege to serve the British Empire, Longley celebrates his family's lost generations. Nothing--neither the abdication of the king and [...]
 
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: The Underbelly - Dr. Jacquelyn and Mrs. Hyde by Evelyn Cole
An upmarket adult novel with comic undertones, The Underbelly is aimed primarily at women, but several men who read it confessed to having a crush on Trishita. One wanted her to run for president of the United States. Trishita McCabe, 25, six feet tall and redheaded, wants an education in order to escape the slums and her alcoholic mother. Her father, a visiting professor from Scotland, knows [...]
 
Book: The Girl Most Likely (Class of 85) by Jana Richards
Cara McLeod, the girl most likely to have the perfect marriage, is now divorced and, in her own words, "fat, frumpy, and over forty." The thought of facing former classmates--and the ex-husband who dumped her--at her high school reunion terrifies her. Cajoled into attending by her kids and her best friend, Cara enlists help at the gym to lose weight and look great for the reunion. Personal [...]
 
Book: Maryland Street by Pat Jourdan
In the middle of Liverpool, this one street is rich with friends and family, a small village oblivious to the world outside. They are linked spiritually as Roman Catholics. But as Mary begins to question her faith, and the 1960s arrive, Maryland Street is demolished by Liverpool Corporation and there is no trace these people ever existed.
 
Book: Legacy Discovered by Kerry Reis
When they first met sixteen years ago, Ali was convinced she had found in Ryan a man who grew up like she did: as a foster care orphan. In college on the East Coast, the couple was young and in love so Ali did not think it strange when Ryan demanded that they quickly marry and immediately transfer to a Midwestern university to begin their life as newlyweds. They are now a poster for stable, [...]
 
Book: How You Can Help Save Social Security by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
Social Security is in deep financial trouble today, and, unless action is taken soon, the government may be unable to pay full benefits as early as 2015. Most Americans don't know the true financial status of Social Security. How could they possibly know? There are so many versions of the truth being dispatched by various groups, and most of these groups have their own axe to grind. The American [...]
 
Book: Censor Monkeys Have No Class by David Germain
It's a bright shiny morning in Mrs. Fitzbottom's kindergarten class. Her assignment for them was for each to make their own drawings of whatever they wanted. Their unbound creativity lead to the creation of many delightful little masterpieces. Each child got the chance to display their creations and very enthusiastically talk about their motivation behind them. However, lurking in the shadows [...]
 
Book: The Plot to Destroy Social Security by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
Social Security is facing its most difficult crisis ever. It is a crisis made in Washington, and one which most people do not even know about. For more than 30 years, the government has been using Social Security surplus revenue as general revenue, to finance wars. tax cuts for the wealthy, and other programs. The intent of the 1983 payroll tax hike was that all of the Social Security surplus [...]
 
Book: Consequential Economics - How Globalization has Impaired the Prosperity of the Middle- class and what Policy Makers should consider in the Future. by ...
Economics is on the mind of every working American today, as arguments arise debating a globalist construct versus a nationalist construct of the US economy. What are these two views? Which one is better? In Nicola DellaCioppa's book Consequential Economics: How Globalization has impaired the prosperity of the middle class and what policy makers should consider in the future, readers journey [...]
 
Book: THE LOOTING OF SOCIAL SECURITY - New release of the book by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
This is a new release of a book that was censored and pulled from the market in 2004 because it exposed the government's ongoing misuse of Social Security funds. During an appearance on CNBC morning news, to respond to Alan Greenspan's call for cuts in Social Security benefits, the author held the book in front of the camera and said, "Alan Greenspan should be ashamed of himself for what he is [...]
 
Book: Ronald Reagan & The Great Social Security Heist - How Reagan Gave Birth to the Looting of Social Security by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
The money's gone! Social Security doesn't have $2.7 trillion stashed away for paying benefits, as so many people believe. It cannot pay benefits for another 20 years, as is often claimed. In fact, Social Security does not have enough money to pay full benefits, even for 2014, without borrowing money from China or another of our creditors. How can this be? Wasn't Social Security fixed by the [...]
 
Book: 2082 - The Chronicles of Hope by Robert Breeze
Frank Noon divides opinion. Whilst some say he's a philosophical genius, some say he's a fanciful dreamer who deliberately courts controversy with his anti-establishment views about the failings of modern society. Seemingly nearing the end of his life in politics, he reluctantly fronts an experimental inter-galactic government project late in the 21st century aimed at making life on an [...]
 
Book: Socially Smart - Twitter Plus Facebook, Marketing Multipliers And Brand Boosters by Rolando Gomez
Rolando Gomez, who maintains a high Klout score for social interaction and engagement, explains some tips, strategies and techniques to help build your brand. He'll describe some ideas that might help you in gaining that "infamous" Twitter verified blue checkmark like the one found on his personal Twitter account. Learn how to gain followers, get celebrities and other verified Twitter accounts to [...]
 
Book: First Class Indulgence - Erotic Short Stories For Women (First Class Series Book 1) by Jayne Jennings
*Amazon Best Seller - Adult Only Content. 18+* Book 1 -First Class Series Simone flees, heartbroken, after finding her cheating husband enjoying the company of another woman-in her bed. After this cruel betrayal by her husband, time with her sister is clearly what she needs to sort her life out. On her flight to France, she meets an exciting stranger, an airline pilot with time on his hands. Is [...]
 
Book: Hand Over The Global Empires and the world Goes Free - 2012 Social Engineering Business Plan by Gabriel Kullos
Have you ever wanted to be rich like Bruce Wayne? I know I have. You can do it with detailed business plans to create a mega-corporation from the ground-up, starting with philosophy. The outline of strategies and tactics enables you to build the largest capital foundation in the world, leveraging each power and influence in industries along, with stuff such as address of buried treasure, social [...]
 
Book: My Little People - A Social Worker's Journey by Annie Brown
Annie Clara Brown is passionate about her work in hospice. It is gratifying to have embraced the social work profession in this manner! She cares deeply for her patients and caregivers, she has developed a healthy sense of humor working in an area that can be demanding both physically and emotionally. Annie's strengths lie in the personal stories and her personal feelings, reactions, and [...]
 
Book: Grow Your Business Through Social Media - 10 Simple Ways You Can Use Social Media to Increase Sales and Quickly Grow Your Business by Richard Obire
If you have a business but you do not have the budget to indulge in a full blown graphic explosion of a marketing campaign, the knowledge in this eBook will prove to be a lifesaver for you. Social media tactics are one of the fastest, easiest, and least expensive ways to make sure that you too get to enjoy some of the competitive edge for your business. The Grow Your Business Through Social Media [...]
 
Book: Who Cares? by Adir Borges de Oliveira
The story is to compare the social behaviour at the time when the only nature could provide way of development, where man had to work hard to survive! It starts in the XVI century and the rule was made by the crown and church! And the days of today that the men could join easy lern, job and do many more ways of living.
 
Book: SOCIAL SECURITY - The Attempt To Kill It by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
In 1983, the same year that the recommendations of the Greenspan Commission on Social Security Reform were enacted into law, allegedly "fixing" the long term Social Security solvency problem, members of the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation drew up a long-term plan for privatizing Social Security. They published their plan, entitled "Achieving A Leninist Strategy" in the Fall 1983 issue [...]
 
Book: The Race to the Top - How to Take Over the Social Media Feed by Jonathan Goodman
We're entering an age of information overload. Almost every company in the modern World is trying to use social media. Most are terrible at it. It doesn't matter how many "likes" you have on Facebook or followers on Twitter. They are not the end game. Your product is. Social media is a tool to engage the customer, build a relationship, develop trust, and eventually sell your product. Think of it [...]
 
Book: The Alleged Budget Surplus, Social Security & Voodoo Economics by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
This book deals with the budget-surplus myth, the Social Security Trust Fund, and economic malpractice (voodoo economics) over the past 20 years. It exposes the deliberate deception of the public by politicians from both parties, which has led to the erroneous belief that the government has surplus money which is available for financing a large tax cut or new government programs. The book points [...]
 
Book: Mindfulness For Social Anxiety Relief - Regain Control of Your Life and Overcome Social Anxiety, Fear, Worry and Self-Criticism Forever by Sarah Jones
Discover How to Regain Confidence in Yourself, Break Through Your Limitations and Experience True Freedom of Being in Charge of your Life! This book provides simple and effective strategies to: Recognize the distractions keeping you stuck and make internal decisions to take control of them Put an end to self-doubt holding you back and create a thriving and fearless lifestyle on your terms [...]
 
Book: A Tree Called TENALPA by Tim I. Gurung
Bert Yellow was running a noodle shop with his wife and son in a foreign soil. Life was simple and happy until the people from the foods and hygiene department paid a surprise visit at his noodle shop. Bolak Brown had a grocery store and was living happily with his family in a foreign land until the police raided his shop and found a package of drug. Lander Gray was working in a big corporation [...]
 
Book: The Devil Inside the Book by Wayne Quartermaine
There is a truth everyone is willing to accept, social media is fun, useful, and it's here to stay. But in New York City; a social media killer is on the loose, and seven people are dead. At the crime scene were photos printed from a popular social network; The Book. Greed, corruption, manipulation, murder, and through the madness, love prevails. The Devil Inside The Book; is a novel that will [...]
 
Book: Liberty Ramblings - Social and Political Poetic Justice by Kit Clayton
Liberty cannot be forced, it must be chosen; chosen at acceptance, chosen to keep, and chosen to defend. These musings reflect on the tenets and gift of Liberty; it delves into social and political aspects of joys and downfalls of Liberty. During this journey, the poems reflect on the importance of the true meaning of the pursuit of hapiness, and how it ties into our living in the now. Liberty [...]
 
Book: Can you be...that stupid? - A Polite Guide to Stimulating Conversation by Geoffrey Robinson
How many times have you found yourself in conversation with a person who made a statement that confirmed for you that they had absolutely no idea what the hell they were talking about? Everything you'll find here was personally heard, read or viewed by me. Over an extended period of time I began writing these little cast in stone truths on post-it notes. Eventually I typed and organized them. [...]
 
Book: Women in Jazz - The Women, The Legends & Their Fight by Sammy Stein
This book is about women in jazz. It charts their journeys, celebrates their presence, hears their voices, wonders at their prowess and revels in their being. We hear from female agents, arrangers, composers, musicians, PR people, radio hosts, record label managers, singers, writers and more. These are their stories; their views of jazz and how they see the future. The established performers [...]
 
Book: ec·o·nom·ics - a simple twist on normalcy: a blend of pop culture, economics, and social trends by Kersten L. Kelly
Professional football players, corporate tobacco advertisers, volatile gasoline prices, and the Cold War all share an undetected commonality each is an intrinsic part of economics. Though not obvious to the naked eye, each entity shares a pattern with the others. This book helps to shed light on these mutual characteristics. It is an extensive compilation of theories interpreted using supportive [...]
 
Book: The Common Good - Rising of a New Dawn How Living a More Conscious Life Can Heal a Nation One Heart, One Mind, One Thought at a Time by Juanita Farrow
An inspiring guide about how our daily decisions can turn hate and fear into hope and love. The Common Good: Rising of a New Dawn will forever change how you see your neighbor. On this captivating spiritual journey through America, hear the stories of how ordinary people people in the trenches devoted to the common good are making an extraordinary difference in the lives of many. With passion, [...]
 
Book: After Ten by Michele Shriver
Four women, once best friends, have not spoken to each other in ten years. A drunken, decade old promise and a class reunion will bring them together again. For Jordan, her lofty dreams now a distant memory and her life at a crossroads, a reunion with her one-time friends offers a chance to make amends and start anew, but only if she can avoid falling back into self-destructive habits. After [...]
 
Book: Shattered Allegiance by Philip S. Woods
Conspirators who view the United States' entitlement class as a bottomless drain upon the economy decide to take unilateral and decisive action. These determined collaborators carefully plan and put into motion a campaign to eliminate the black population within the Continental U.S. The group orchestrates and unleashes a campaign of terror in the nation's inner cities. The death toll from these [...]
 
Book: Searching for Abraham - A Roadmap to Political Change by Geoffrey Robinson
Regardless of your party affiliation, if there was a simple legal system for radically changing the toxic environment in Washington: Would you use it? With the ease of tapping an app on your smart phone you'd become involved? Tapping that app will result in a radical change in the direction of the ship of state. That radical change provides people both the time and opportunity to search for their [...]
 
Book: The Kids Wore Plaid by Brianna Thorpe
I'm graduating from high school this year (2012). After attending the same school for seven years, I decided that I wanted to give something back to the place which made me who I am. And that is where the idea for "The Kids Wore Plaid" came from. I made a list of every person in my graduating class (57 people), the teachers who mean the most to me, and included two kids who passed away while at [...]
 
Book: The Switchbacks by Nick C. Roberts
The Switchbacks is a story of the disturbing consequences of a well-to-do young man's infatuation with a working-class girl who works at his father's factory. Set in the industrial north of England, in my hometown, each chapter of the story is told in the first person by one of the four main characters. The inspiration to write the book, its title and backdrop are the result of my own experiences [...]
 


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