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Book: Lifes and Loves of MYRT-TY-KY-LY Dragaan Princess by Mariam Cheshire
Myrt-ty-Ky-Ly returned to Planet Earth to tell the Drak history - the heretofore untold story of Dragoons and Dragaans coming to teach survival skills to the lazy PALE-STICKS. Young Louey in the depression years of the 1930s wanted a friend who knew the answers. She chased the golden Dragaan in a leaking rowboat on James River, but Myrt-ty would only tell her "When you're older." A few more years [...]
 
Book: A Little Birdie Told Me by Barbara Monier
WHAT DO WE REALLY KNOW ABOUT OUR PARENTS? Summer, 1972. Catherine is thrust headlong into an identity crisis in the lead-up to her sixteenth birthday when her much-adored mother reveals her unexpected plans to marry. To add to this, her beloved twin sister announces she's leaving home for dance school. Left to her own devices too young to work and drive, Catherine embarks on a detective mission [...]
 
Book: That's None Of Your Business - And Other Things God Told Me by Donna Davis
That's None of Your Business: And Other Things God Told Me Teaches Us How to Listen to God In 2006, I came across an old man dying in the street, being a former New Yorker, my first reaction was to mind my own business and walk right by. But it wasn't God's plan for that man to die that day, and it was God's plan to change my life forever. Since that day, I've thought about the spiritual guidance [...]
 
Book: PIECES & STEMS - America - A Story Be Told by Jane Elton
Lena Marshall's history of abuse and abject poverty made her a likely person to become a highly regarded elementary school teacher, nurturing the eager minds of the young. Unable to gain protective care for an abused seven-year-old student, Lena kidnaps the tormented child, unaware the child has developed a multiple personality. Ten years later when Lena is stricken with a fatal illness, she [...]
 
Book: Lies I Never Told - A Collection of Short Stories by Martin Crosbie
"It's what we do. We make our own beds. We become thirty and then forty and we divorce and re-marry and visit our children on weekends, and work at jobs we never dreamt of doing, and have too many relationships with people we don't like, and on the outside we look like any other forty year old hero. We're not though, because it never goes away. No matter how much we try to hide it, inside we're [...]
 
Book: Being a Big 4 employee - Truth can be told without using fiction by Jatin Nasa
I am a chartered accountant from New Delhi, India. This story is the account of my rise and fall as a star performer in a Big 4 organization. The political world of consultancy is full of fake faces with flashy smiles wearing Armani suits. They say big things but actually have a little heart to go with it. Beware! Before you get trapped in this world of self-centered little creeps with ego of a [...]
 
Book: A Deadly Haunting - Based a True Story told by Deborah Moffitt by Joie Albrecht
The Moffitts were a typical American family, until the caretaker of their ailing grandmother performed an ancient ritual intended for healing but instead unleashing a powerful and terrifying demon - one of the seven Princes of the Devil himself. Their lives would be torn apart as the malevolent entity haunted and tormented them for eight years, even following them outside of their home. Dozens of [...]
 
Book: Flake - The Trial of a Cop - A True Crime Story Told By The Prosecutor by Hugh Anthony Levine
Authors' praise for Flake - The Trial of a Cop Richard North Patterson, best-selling novelist: "Told with the authenticity and verve of a key player, the real-life courtroom drama of Flake illuminates, in a particularly gritty and compelling way, the darker recesses of our criminal justice system." Robert K. Tanenbaum, best-selling novelist: "Read Everyday Murders and Flake - The Trial of a Cop. [...]
 
Book: Roses of the Moon (Book One of Dark Reliquary Series) by Alyne de Winter
Gothic atmosphere so thick you can cut it with a glass scimitar. For all of her young life, Lady Mara has been plagued with nightmares brought on by strange, frightening noises echoing up through the stairways and vaults of the labyrinthine Castle Szeppasszony in the depths of night. When, at age 16, she finally discovers their origin, the bloodcurdling secrets of the castle's beautiful lady, [...]
 
Book: Is Tithing a Godly Practice? - Over 30 Bible Facts You Have Not Been Told About The Tithe You Pay! by Sesan Oguntade
Do You Want To Know Whether You Must Embrace Tithing As a Practice In Your Church? The debate over the topic of tithing continues in the Christian circle and I don't really see an end to it in the nearest future. This book has been prepared to shed light on this controversial issue. You will be taken your own decision at the end of the book. You will be able to find out whether tithing is a New [...]
 
Book: Cruising Panama's Canal - Experience the sights, sounds and thrills of cruise travel, told with the wit and charm of travel memoir writers Al & Sunny ...
Who would have guessed that it would have taken an almost fatal car accident to motivate Al and Sunny Lockwood to take a cruise ship vacation to the Panama Canal? Riveted by their near death experience. this charming couple decided to make their bucket list dream cruise vacation come true, and now they want to share it with you! Come along with them as they share intimate details of their 17-day [...]
 
Book: Fatapiller - An enchanting children's story of survival & courage. Told in rhyme, filled with fabulous colour pictures with a positive, mindfulness ...
Fatapiller likes eating leaves. He eats so many and he's become so big that he falls from the highest branches of his tree, where all the yummiest leaves are. As he falls, he passes the sleeping Koala, the dangling Mrs. Spider and a puzzled young chick in his nest, before crashing into the soft mossy ground. But Fatapiller's troubles have only just begun. As he lies helpless on his back, a greedy [...]
 
Book: An Emperor Among Us - The Eccentric Life and Benevolent Reign of Norton I, Emperor of the United States, as Told by Mark Twain by David St. John
As cigar smoke hangs heavy in Mark Twain's sitting room, the members of the Monday Evening Club eagerly await his presentation, which they think will be the reading of his paper The Decay of the Art of Lying. Instead, Twain changes his mind and enthralls his audience with the true tale of one man's unconventional and fascinating journey through life. It is 1849 when a thirty-one-year-old Jewish [...]
 
Book: Indian Lands by Fred Albert Ludwig
Tipper had been told the Western Territories already had someone living there, and that they were not interested in any of the whites encroaching onto their lands. She had been told that some called it the Great Sioux Nation, and it was peopled with savages. She had been told of wild hostiles, the Indians who rape white women; those who killed the settlers, leaving their bodies laying out on the [...]
 
Book: Lucy Green Eyes - Not Everything Green is Gold by Paulette Benjamin
"Oh, how I wished I could've told her what had happened. How I wished I could've let go and allowed the tears to spill. But I knew that if I had cried, Mama would've asked me what the matter was. And if I had told her the truth, she would've said that I was lying. And if she thought that I was lying . . . well, you know the rest. Still, I wonder . . . did she know? Did anyone know? Didn't [...]
 
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: A Time for Silence by Thorne Moore
When Sarah, struggling to get over tragedy, stumbles across her grandparents' ruined farm, it feels as if the house has been waiting for her. She is drawn to their apparently idyllic way of life and starts to look into her family history only to learn that her grandfather, Jack, was murdered. Why has nobody told her? Sarah becomes obsessed with finding out what happened to Gwen and Jack. But are [...]
 
Book: Chief Amado Returns Home by Liberty Dendron
In a jungle village high up on Ghost Mountain, the people were happy and lived well, their leader was Chief Amado. The chief told stories and had words of wisdom. All of the people in his village loved his stories which left everybody around him hypnotized. For years nothing exciting happened in the village. Then one day a man wandered into their village, saying he'd gotten lost in the jungle and [...]
 
Book: Little's Toolbox (Toolbox Tales) by Laura Savage
The story of Little and Tim continues in Toolbox Tale's. I invite you to listen to the same story that Little told you but told from the perspective of Toolbox himself. You will see it is a vastly different story to Little's version. In Book Two you will witness a man locked in a battle to keep himself together after a life altering brain injury and a plunge into the dark life of a drug addict [...]
 
Book: Project Secret Circuit by Richard Tomlinson
The new Mystery Book has arrived, Judy says,"There is a thrill around every corner". The story portrays the small town of Austin, where two electronics companies made their start. It also brings together the owners and the people that work for them to form a solid bond. It is told in the 3rd person. This means that the story is told by the people that lived through the death and frustration while [...]
 
Book: Little's Toolbox; Book Two - Toolbox Tale's (Volume 2) by Laura Savage
The story of Little and Tim continues in Toolbox Tale's. I invite you to listen to the same story that Little told you but told from the perspective of Toolbox himself. You will see it is a vastly different story to Little's version. In Book Two you will witness a man locked in a battle to keep himself together after a life altering brain injury and a plunge into the dark life of a drug addict [...]
 
Book: Aliens Within Our Own Selves by Ruth Ann Friend
Daily Living with Extraterrestrials: This book is based on true events and is a phenomenal story of two people living in a dual consciousness by finding out that they both had been chosen by the ETs as companions. This was about living a secret life and keeping records of their experiences together until the ETs told us the purpose of this. The ETs want us to speak the truth for them using the [...]
 
Book: Thoughts To Highlight Your Life - The Beginning by Derrick Allen Thomas
Living a positive life is more obtainable than you 'think'... What if I told you there is a way to stay happy in a sometimes dark and cruel world. What if I told you there is a way to have a positive mind without getting consumed with the negativity of the world and others. What if I gave you a reason to elevate your love for yourself and others. You have arrived to the right place. This is is [...]
 
Book: Rough Diamond Island - A Rough Guide to the Isle of Wight by A.K. Harris
An insider's guide to the real Isle of Wight. An account of the island as seen through the eyes of a walker who walked the perimeter of the island numerous times, and who also lived, worked and volunteered on the island and explored its attractions with enthusiasm. See the real island, the stress and congestion, the sunny summer beaches and quiet and lonely winter island through the storyteller, [...]
 
Book: centripetal forces on the subconscious mind by Brian A. Kenny
i would call this a collection of interconnected images (ink and charcoal, other then isbn copyright and my email there are no words only pictures) with a very recognizable and original style. all the images have symbolic meanings, the trident representing the subconscious mind, many of the other representations use the tarot, astrology, ect...the imagery is mostly pagan (celtic and greek/roman) [...]
 
Book: 22 Kick Ass Green Smoothie Recipes - Juice Clean, Lose Weight and Tastes Delicious! by Patty Anderson
Take Complete Control Of Your Health Today! How to Create Amazingly Delicious Smoothies That Boost Your Long-Term Health, Energy, and Physique! Staying Healthy Has Never Been So Easy! An Issue We All Face - One of the worst feelings in the world is feeling like we can't have something we want, especially if it's coupled by being ashamed about what we have! This is how I used to feel about my body [...]
 
Book: Mimer's Legacy (Tales from the Grey Dragon Book 1) by Ole Jørgen Rodar
Mimer's legacy is the story of the last big human migration. The legend of Mimer, Odins advisor, and how his head ended up in a bucket is well known. This is the story told and seen in a new way. How did Odin come to know Mimer? And who was the old norse God really? More and more, the scientists tells us the old norse gods once were men and women living in Scandinavia several thousand years ago. [...]
 
Book: The Diamond Rush by Jon Lymon
Simon Remnant's not your average hero. Oh no. As far as heroes go, he's way below average. Absent father, absent-minded lover, unskilled and untrustworthy. None of them do his uselessness justice. So there are no expectations other than failure when he joins the mid- 21st Century's equivalent of The Gold Rush - a race to get-rich-quick through plundering the dazzling fortunes offered by an [...]
 
Book: The Swaddling Clothes by Amber Schamel
Second Edition of the Biblical Christmas Novella. Through the ages, many stories have been told about Mary, Joseph and the birth of the Messiah. Stories of shepherds and sheep, kings, angels, and stables. But there is one story that has never been told. One story that has remained hidden in the fabric of time. The story of The Swaddling Clothes. Mentioned not once, but several times in the [...]
 
Book: The Little Green Man In The Red Apple Tree by Bruce A. Borders
This Children's book is a collection of more than thirty short, and humorous poems with pictures, written over the course of several years by the author, beginning at age seven with "Gravity." From tall tales to a unique perspective on actual events, these poems are sure to bring a smile. Inspired by both the author's own childhood and later from listening to his children talk as they were [...]
 


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