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Book: A Kid's Guide to Australia by Jack L. Roberts
A Kid's Guide to Australia takes young readers on an exciting and colorful adventure to the amazing country of Australia, where they will learn about the country's history, culture, wildlife, and more. Designed primarily for recreational, high-interest reading, the book is also a great resource for students to use to research geography topics or writing assignments. It is one in a series of books [...]
 
Book: Don't You Savage Me - Explicit Lesbian Romance Featuring Aboriginal Women by Giselle Renarde
In "Don't You Savage Me," bestselling author of the Rainbow Award-winning novel The Red Satin Collection has bundled together six lesbian love stories featuring Indigenous characters. There's a little something for every taste, from the sticky-sweet romance between a cop and the girl next door in "Cuff Divers" to the intense heat of "Sugar Bush." Rusidan learns about her girlfriend's heritage in [...]
 
Book: Set Your Boundaries Your Way - 7 Easy Ways to Say No to Difficult People by Stephanie Sterner
Do you feel guilty putting yourself first? Do you give in to begging, intimidation and other manipulation tactics ... even when you promised yourself you wouldn't? And what happens when you're finally ready to set some perfectly reasonable boundaries? I'll bet you don't know what to say! Whether you hate conflict, don't want to feel guilty, or just don't have the right words, you'll love this [...]
 
Book: How Annoying Are You? - A book for people with the courage to look inward. And also for people who like to judge others. (Volume 1) by Aaron Charles
"How Annoying Are You?" is a collection of comedic profiles depicting several different types of annoying people. The profiles contain a description, a famous example of that person, quotes, some "facts that weren't fact checked", and a fun way to mess with them (at your own risk). Each profile is followed by a Cosmo-style quiz so you and your friends can see how annoying you are with that [...]
 
Book: Among Friends - Travels in Cuba by Heather Murray
What's it like to live in a modern city where water and electricity, soap and paper are rationed? How do you find a pop-up restaurant in the depths of the countryside? Among Friends: Travels in Cuba is an account of one person's discovery of Cuba as it moves towards a more open economy. With an eye for the telling details of daily life, Murray first explores Havana and then other provinces to the [...]
 
Book: Difficult People - A Practical Guide To Dealing With The 10 Main Types by Kimberly Mathews
Difficult people, pig-headed people or just plain A#%*$, pardon my French. But however you refer to them, we've all come across them at some stage. This eBook is straight to the point and deliberately written in a lighthearted, clear and easy to digest style. It will show you techniques and strategies you can use to understand and address the 10 most common types of difficult people.
 
Book: Orieonis (Little People) by Daniel DuBour
Four couples and two boys from the planet Orieon volunteer to go with the astronauts from earth in their space ship to earth. During their flight, the captain and his crew devise a scheme to kidnap the two boys and use them for side shows for monetary gain. Before landing, they separate the two boys from the rest of the orieonis, making mission control believe they only had the four couples on [...]
 
Book: Machines of the Little People (The Eve Project, book 1) by Tegon Maus
Ben Harris's sister died of cervical cancer more than three years ago... his best friend and her husband, Roger Keswick, disappeared the day before the funeral. For the next six months everyone from the local police to the Department of Defense searched for him but to no avail... it was as if he had simply fallen off the face of the planet only to reappear at work as if nothing were out of the [...]
 
Book: The Winter People by Bret Tallent
The Winter People talk in the wind and torment you in your dreams. They call an enormous blizzard to their aid and fall upon the tiny mountain town of Copper Creek. The residents and visitors of this quaint village have more to fear than the raging blizzard that has cut off their town from the rest of the world. They have more to fear than the nightmares they can't quite remember in the morning. [...]
 
Book: Children around the World - An eclectic collection of photos from children from all over the globe by Leo Buijs
Come face to face with some of the cutest children around the world, with this collection of photographs by award winning and retired entrepreneur and writer, Leo Buijs. This eclectic collection of mostly happy and very cute children's photos has eye-opening facts and descriptions of how children live in different parts of the world. The large 8.5" x 8.5" format is a handsome coffee-table book [...]
 
Book: Lessons from a Difficult Person - How to Deal with People Like Us by Sarah H. Elliston
The funny thing is that Sarah Elliston never realized she was "a difficult person," -- someone who harangued people until she got her way, threw snip fits and temper tantrums, talked over her bosses and pointed out what she thought were their misconceptions. In her family, where she felt bullied, the only way she knew how to get someone's attention and approval was to voice her opinion and [...]
 
Book: Glass Half Full - Our Australian adventure by Sarah Jane Butfield
Striving to keep their Glass Half Full, this expat family struggle to cope with loss and grieving, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the devastating Brisbane floods. Life is never without its challenges, but how many life-changing events can one family endure before they reach breaking point? Find out in this heart wrenching and touching true story. After enduring divorce and numerous child [...]
 
Book: Patchwork People (Patchwork People, Volume 2) by D.B. Martin
The dead can still talk - as Lawrence Juste is about to find out - and what they have to say is deadly. A tense psychological thriller for fans of Gone Girl and The Girl with No Past. He thought he'd eluded the nemesis from his past - even made some kind of atonement for abandoning his family by defending his sister's child against a murder charge. His black had become a mere dirty grey, with the [...]
 
Book: Learn Bridge and Have Fun! Make Friends, Meet People by Chris Lee
If you've been thinking about learning bridge but aren't quite sure where to start, this is the book for you. Maybe you've seen others really enjoying playing and wanted to join them but couldn't admit you know little or nothing about the game. If this is the case, don't worry. This book assumes no prior knowledge. It's a step-by-step guide that you can work through with others or on your own at [...]
 
Book: Invest, Reinvest, Rest - Investment Advice for All Generations by Sonja M Haggert
Stock market investing is easy when you are given the right tools in a simple to understand format. The author spent many years learning to become a successful, independent investor. She breaks down what she has learned from investing books and other sources, into common language, so you can get started right away.With a knack for making the complicated simple, she shows how any young person can [...]
 
Book: Creator II - Human Behavior Explored by Allen Pollens
Jeffrey Lerner Travels into the Past to Converse with People Who Changed the World. In the first Creator book, the Guardians of the Universes meet to discuss the unacceptable behavior of Earth's humans. Wars and other violence have to stop or the Guardians will eradicate the species. Creator forewarns actions in 2025 and 2035. Professor Thomas Scribner embarks on a 25-year mission to save [...]
 
Book: Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment by Truus and Joost Daalder
The care with which this book has been prepared is simply astonishing. Its history began when Truus and Joost Daalder acquired their first examples of non-European ethnic body adornment around 1980, four years after their arrival in Adelaide. Creating this magnificent publication has involved much travel and research, and a passionate author Truus Daalder, a collector born into a collectors [...]
 
Book: People in the Walls (Book 2 The Wonder) by T.A. Crosbarn
Get your copy of the first of Crosbarn's new series... Are you looking for a great story of the mystery & supernatural type, that is not the same old same old? People in the Walls will grab a hold of you intensely and not let go, Guaranteed! We have a guy that is made special by a supernatural force, but is caught in the middle of universal contest where the most powerful force in the universe, [...]
 
Book: All The Lonely People by David B. Silva
David B. Silva, legendary author, editor and publisher, once again takes horror's main stage with his latest novel... Chase Hanford owns and runs The Last Stop, a little bar with sawdust on the floor and pine paneling on the walls. It, like the jukebox next to the front door, didn't get much play, but it had its regulars. Until one night, when a stranger appears with a peculiar rosewood box. A [...]
 
Book: People and Things That Went Before by Leonard Stegmann
We are told we shouldn't live in the past, but surely there's no harm in the occasional visit? In this nostalgic collection, Leonard Stegmann remembers those delicious school lunches, his first cuss word, what he should have told those nuns and his grandma's incomprehensible inability to see the nearly-unlimited humor potential in a slice of rubber cheese. A warm, funny and sometimes sad look [...]
 
Book: Some People Deserve To Die by Colin Knight
Alan Davies, a naive and vulnerable teenager, is tricked into committing an immoral and abhorrent crime. Riven by guilt and remorse he runs, but he can't outrun his conscience. For twenty years, Alan tries to silence his conscience with alcohol and drugs as fate and chance propel him in to the dangerous world of smugglers, nationalists, guerrillas, and mercenaries. Battling alcohol and drug [...]
 
Book: Ill 4 Life! Our Time, My Story by J. Wrice Sr.
ILL 4 LIFE! OUR TIME, MY STORY is about my time as an Ill-State Assassin and my group Tha Chamba. What is a Ill-State Assassin you ask. It's an music organization that reigns in the Chicago hip hop golden era in the 80's, 90's and the beyond. It's based on my life in the music industry. The trials and tribulations of thirty members trying to make it big. Friends turns enemies, relationships, [...]
 
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: The Luck of the Weissensteiners (The Three Nations Trilogy) by Christoph Fischer
"...an eye opening and heart-warming story of survival..." "the essence of human nature" in the beautiful historic setting of Bratislava in 1933 - "Left me breathless and in awe" - "should be mandatory reading in history class" Watch the trailer: http://studio.stupeflix.com/v/OtmyZh4Dmc/ Voted No. 21 in http://www.readfree.ly/the-50-self-published-books-worth-reading-2013-14/ In the sleepy town [...]
 
Book: Winning With Dyslexia - How 10 Awesome People Did It by Bev Huttinger
This book has the stories of ten well-known people who refused to let their dyslexia prevent them from becoming successful in life. The preface explains what we now know about dyslexia and why many today consider it a blessing--a learning difference rather than a learning disability. Each story is different, but all of the people had one thing in common--a passion for something in which they [...]
 
Book: We Are Not Good People (Ustari Cycle) by Jeff Somers
Learn the Words. Get the blood. Rule the world. The Ustari Cycle starts here. From the "exhilarating, powerful, and entertaining" (Guardian) storyteller of the Avery Cates series comes a gritty supernatural thriller featuring a pair of unlikely heroes caught up in the underground world of blood magic. Magicians: they are not good people. The ethics in a world of blood are gray and an underground [...]
 
Book: The 7 by T. K.
That amazing house by the beach, an unlimited amount of money in your bank account, to have the man or woman of your deepest desires, the ability to eat and drink the most amazing things, to be the most desired person in the world, to get the perfect revenge on that person that stabbed you in the back, to do absolutely nothing and still be able to pay your bills... what would you give to have all [...]
 
Book: A Search for Donald Cottee by Philip Spires
A Search for Donald Cottee is a comic tragedy about individualism. Donald, nicknamed Donkey, is an internet Quixote, bent on doing good works. Donkey Cottee and his wife, Poncho Suzie, have retired to Benidorm on Spain's Costa Blanca from their Yorkshire mining village. Don has left behind his incessant self-education and Suzie has turned the corner of her illness. Their new life is parked on the [...]
 
Book: The Sand Bluff Murders by C. M. Albrecht
Sleepy Sand Bluff hasn't had a murder in twenty years. That's about to change!" When Jonas McCleary gets the opportunity to join the force in sleepy Sand Bluff, he jumps at it. A cushy job in a little town where nothing ever happens. He can relax and enjoy life, and since Jonas is getting onto thirty, he's hoping with a little luck, to meet Miss Right. But on his third day in Sand Bluff, another [...]
 
Book: Blueboy - The problem with being called a hero is that people expect you to act like one by George Pica
1964 isn't shaping up to be a banner year for Tacoma Police Captain Thomas Gaston. A childhood friend has been murdered. Gaston has been charged with helping to bomb his favorite watering hole. He has been stripped of command of the TPD's detective bureau and replaced by his best friend. His wife has tried to skewer his boss with a pair of shears. His father has suffered a stroke. Two shadowy [...]
 
Book: You've been Warned by Henry Miranda
You've Been Warned is a biblical account of scripture with layman understanding. Author Henry Miranda shares his point of view, what various scripture mean. This is a good read for those struggling with their faith, or have doubt the existence of God. Anyone can understand this book. The Bible warns us of the deceptions of Satan. He can transform himself into an Angel of light. That could be [...]
 
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: Alicia and the Light Bulb People in Star Factory 13 by Barbara Roman
Where do light bulbs go when they burn out? Do they stay dead forever, or can they be regenerated to live a brand new life with a brand new purpose? If they're lucky, they go to Star Factory 13 to become glorious stars in the sky... after they pass a rigorous personality test given by Carelia the Light Goddess, that is. But how in the world did 10-year-old Alicia end up in Star Factory 13? All [...]
 
Book: True People - A Parable & Other Prose by David Rowell Workman
True People is a parable about a man with a failed work past who takes over his deceased father's furniture business and runs it into the ground. He has no business sense at all. One evening he is walking the same bridge where his father proposed to his mother when he is struck by lightning. He is found naked on the bridge after the accident and wakes up in jail. There he discovers he has a new [...]
 
Book: Betrayed (Cry of the Guilty - Silence of the Innocent Book 2) by Joan Donaldson-Yarmey
Despite a promising start, a penal colony set on a far off planet quickly disintegrates into chaos. When the weather turns stormy and snow falls, hungry and cold prisoners swarm the warehouses looking for food. The spaceship that had remained on the planet to be used for trips for supplies is attacked by the prisoners and lifts off the ground. Unable to land due to fear of being attacked again, [...]
 


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