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Book: Schizophrenia or Spirit Possession by Mike Williamson
While working as a medium over the past 35 years, I have met many people who thought they were mentally ill because they were hearing voices. There are people who will live their lives taking medication they don't need, because the medical profession don't believe people's brain can be affected by discarnate spirit. There are other causes for hearing voices and having mood swings etc. Like the [...]
 
Book: Parker's Folly (The T'aafhal Inheritance) by Doug L Hoffman
TK Parker is a driven man. A retired oil billionaire, he has been obsessed with an object called the "artefact" for nearly three decades. From that obsession has come new, advanced technology that has enabled him to build a spaceship on his ranch in Texas. As the ship nears completion news of his private space program has leaked to the press--and the government. Ready or not, Captain Jack Sutton [...]
 
Book: Peggy Sue (The T'aafhal Inheritance) by Doug L Hoffman
Captain Jack Sutton and the crew of the starship Peggy Sue have returned to Earth following a close escape from a hostile alien space station in the Beta Comae Berenices system. Their warnings about coming interstellar war go unheeded and several members of the crew are incarcerated. The missing crew is soon rescued, TK Parker and friends help establish a base on the farside of the Moon, and the [...]
 
Book: Polar Bear Plunge (Christmas Holiday Extravaganza) by Linda S. Glaz
Brice Taylor might not be on Aleni Callan's Christmas list, but she finds him under her tree anyway. Nurse Aleni Callan's anger toward God is fueled when Brice Taylor enters her life. Not only does Brice have no regard for his own life as evidenced by the concussion and hypothermia he suffers after participating in the Polar Bear Plunge he escaped the war in Afghanistan and lived to tell his [...]
 
Book: Polar Dog by Robert F. Lyons
Imagine a sweet Arctic born cub that can't accept his surroundings - his wish makes his family question his identity! On his own, an outcast - he struggles to find acceptance - and manages to find some adventurous friends Just when it seems he'll realize his dream and its joy he encounters a huge threat that can easily ruin his life. POLAR DOG is on the path to becoming a children's classic - A [...]
 
Book: The Ticket by Debra Coleman Jeter
"Jeter's novel considers the problems that might follow a sudden windfall."~ Publishers Weekly "One would be hard-pressed not to root for the likable protagonist and hope that her story ends with a happy ending." ~ Romantic Times Book Reviews Tray Dunaway, an ordinary teenager from a poor Southern family, longs to become part of the popular clique at school. Her mother, Evelyn, lies in bed most [...]
 
Book: Polar Melt - A Novel by Martin Roy Hill
They call it simply "the object." It sits at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean, waiting. Waiting . . . for what? An American research ship disappears in the Arctic's Chukchi Sea only to reappear a few days later. When a special U.S. Coast Guard unit boards the vessel, they find it deserted, its power grid wrecked, two bombs waiting to explode, and an even darker secret hidden below her decks. A few [...]
 
Book: Little Miss History Travels to the North Pole by Barbara Ann Mojica
Ever feel like you're standing on thin ice? Here at the northernmost point on Earth, no land lies below. Are there seasons? Who lives here? What does Santa look like and where does he live? This is the ninth book in the children's history series with Little Miss HISTORY arriving at the North Pole in a sled pulled by four huskies.What you will learn... Location of the North Pole What's under it [...]
 
Book: Mother Earth Loses Her Hat and Boots by Kamon Therrien
While writing another book, a friend asked me: "I am sick of seeing garbage everywhere, can you write a book about that?" I replied that I write children's books and my friend added: "Yes a story for children, that is what I mean, write a picture book that all children can read so they can grow into more respectful users of the earth." And a few weeks later Mother Earth was on my working table. [...]
 
Book: Red Bear and the Indian Chief (The Misadventures of Red Bear) by Paul G Day
Sometimes a Bear just needs to be loved, to feel wanted, to belong. Red Bear leaves his home on a new adventure, where he will find the courage to meet every challenge the outside world sends his way. In his travels, Red Bear will meet Indians, Robots, Wild Cats, Amazon Warriors and Polar Bear, King of the Fairies. Sometimes the least likely of creatures can do the most unlikely of things.
 
Book: Rock Crazy by Rochelle Weber
Katie McGowan is bi-polar, and she's run the gamut of medications, but nothing works anymore. Everyone says her she should have a microchip implanted in her brain that can regulate her mood swings. But Katie doesn't want to be a robot. In a tough love move, her husband, Scott takes her to the Moon and dumps her. Katie's stuck on that God-forsaken "rock" and thinks she's space sick. But she's [...]
 
Book: Confidante - The Brothel by Lilliana Anderson
This is the full book version, no more teasers - this is it! Ok, I'll admit it - My mother in law used to be a sex worker. She worked in a brothel, as an escort and, as a madame in and around Sydney Australia in the late '80s. It's something that she has confided in few people outside her immediate family until me. We are polar opposites in many ways but we get each other - as a result I have [...]
 
Book: The Little Yarnmouth Abduction by Tim Van Minton
Falsely accused of murder, twelve-year-old Evan Peregrine battles through a raging storm to get home to the island of Little Yarnmouth, only to find it deserted. Searching for explanations he is soon plunged into the savage world of the Conkwoyoto, an Arctic tribe that turned to piracy after the polar ice cap broke apart. But there is something strangely familiar about these fearsome men and [...]
 
Book: Book 1 - The Girl With No Name (Bedtime Tales From The Apocalypse) by Michael Hammor
Bedtime Tales From The Apocalypse - Earth: a nearly dead world. The deserts in what used to be the southwestern United States expand as the polar ice caps claim ever more territory. No one notices because almost no one is left. Selfishness, pride, and arrogance have destroyed this once vibrant world. For the few humans remaining, the world has stopped being about fashion, IPods, and the internet. [...]
 
Book: The Three Doors by Brian D Holland
Jared Helm is transported out-of-body to mystifying destinations. One evening, his imperceptible spirit embarks on a journey to an amazing castle bordering the ocean. Though the importance of the venture eludes him at first, he eventually learns that the castle is the stomping ground of a murderous sect abducting individuals for ritual sacrifice. An offshoot of the English and Irish Hellfire [...]
 
Book: Battle-Born Love (Battle for Love) by Lynda Bailey
Love Born from Battle - Rory Dawson is the proud owner of a repo business. She also has a father with a serious drinking problem. When Pop lands in jail--again--no way does she have the ten grand for his bail. Enter Kane Williams, a mid-level bank executive who'd like nothing more than to trade in his business suits for jeans and a t-shirt. His dream is to build custom furniture, but he's under [...]
 
eBook: emerald by Brian January
Beneath the ruins of a time-lashed temple in the Egyptian desert, two ancient pillars one made of solid gold, the other of emerald reveal the existence of an unknown power source, an element so powerful that a single teaspoon could turn an entire city into molten slag. 27,000 miles above the Arctic Circle, a clandestine satellite-based laser weapon readies to boil the polar ice pack to slush, [...]
 
Book: Literary Agents - Beware by Johnny Ray
This is another romantic thriller from one of Amazon's bestselling mystery authors. This story of a serial killer that stalks and brutally kills literary agents is set inside the world of publishing, looking at it from both a writer's and publisher's point of view. Just asking, but after sleeping with a literary agent, shouldn't you receive more than a form rejection letter? It might also have [...]
 
Book: Terra Nova - Antarctic Voyager by Tony Riches
* Updated to include video footage of the discovery of the wreck of the Terra Nova * On the 15th June, 1910 the Terra Nova left Cardiff Docks to the cheers of a huge crowd, sailing into maritime history and carrying the hopes of a nation. The old whaler had been cleaned, painted and fitted out for the voyage of a lifetime to the coldest place on earth, the frozen sea ice of the Antarctic. Robert [...]
 
Book: Liaisons - Meeting Connecting Committment by Victoria Roberts-Siczak
LIAISONS is an exclusive on line dating service where ordinary people can be matched to the person of their dreams, literally! But is it really all it seems to be? There is what you want and what you receive in life. Beauty is superficial and life can be distorted with the dysfunctional undercurrents of the psychologically deranged. But that shouldn't matter if you really love someone, should it? [...]
 
Book: Friday in France - A humorous memoir about leaving it all behind. by Judy Block
Friday in France, is a laugh-out-loud, 5-STAR, true, fish out of water story about a successful, New York TV Production Executive that leaves the rat-race and insanity of her life behind to go live on a calm and quiet, French Island in the Atlantic with her surfer-boyfriend. If you ever dream of leaving your life behind, this is the book for you. This charming account of turning one's life [...]
 
Book: The Heavy Stuff by H.R. Phillips
THE HEAVY STUFF - The Thoughts And Ideas Of H.R. Phillips - The material you are about to read comes from the unique brain of H.R. Phillips and his blog called simply The Heavy Stuff. Some material has already been released into E-Book format from the blog The Heavy Stuff in 2012; that book, of 15 selected essays, is called 'Beyond The Great Beyond' and won H.R. Phillips an 'author award' from [...]
 
Book: Sublime Planet (The Celebration Series of Poetry) by Magdalena Ball, Carolyn Howard-Johnson & Ann Howley (Photographer)
"Sublime Planet begins with Carolyn Howard Johnson's love poems to the living world, rapturous poems, expansive in spirit yet precise in detail: 'An impossible moth,/dark eye at its center, opaque//helicopter blades buzz and blur... .' In Magdalena Ball's darker meditations, hurt and thirst have entered the world facilitated, in part, by the machinations of civilization. While Howard-Johnson's [...]
 


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