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Book: The 10 Big Mistakes People Make When They Learn To Tango by David Turner
A short and punchy companion volume to the best-selling 'A Passion for Tango' by the same author. It seeks, in an amusing and forthright way, to help beginners who are learning Argentine Tango to avoid the many of the pitfalls set for the unwary. For those more experienced, it will provide insights and different angles on familiar aspects of this, the most passionate and addictive dance. Here is [...]
 
Book: No Mistakes Resumes - How to Write a Resume That Will Get You the Interview (No Mistakes Careers) by Giacomo Giammatteo
Warning: Reading this book could get you a new job. Keep your resume out of the trash! Discover the secrets to a perfect resume. Learn the 3 most important parts of a resume. Find out how to get the hiring manager's attention. Learn which sections of your resume can send it to the trash. Uncover the magnificence of the perfect cover letter. What you'll get out of No Mistakes Resumes. If you've [...]
 
Book: Learning to Date from Other People's Mistakes by Teena Richardson
Teena Richardson offers this collection of 15 short stories to help single adults use biblical principles to avoid the pitfalls of dating. Learning To Date From Other People's Mistakes is for all-age groups. Whether you're new to the dating arena and have only experienced a few relationships or you've been divorced and looking for love again. Learn how to find the right person, maintain a healthy [...]
 
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: The Big Bang and Lines of Space - A Simple Dialogue on Two Diverse Concepts by Devinder Kumar Dhiman
This book is about the the creation of the Universe, written in simple conversational style, with a background story set in India. According to Big Bang theory approximately 13.7 billion year ago, an infinitesimal point in space exploded with such a gigantic force that it is still expanding. During its expansion, it caused the formation of billions of galaxies, numerous stars and our own solar [...]
 
Book: Rip-Roaring Rockies by John Robert McCauley
A Sandy-like storm slammed the Colorado Rockies in 1976 causing massive death and destruction. This is a nature-gone-awry story. Come ride the range with lasso-toting Trevor and Stella as they take the reader on a journey through the storm-ravaged Colorado landscape. Their desperation is made grimmer as they deal with the reality of survival and the gruesome wrath of nature.
 
Book: Lost Time by Barb McIntyre
Despite a strong attraction, Greg and Fiona spend two years apart because of a wrong assumption on Greg's part. During those two years Greg renovates and moves into his grandmother's house, acquires a dog, and becomes a Big Brother to six-year old Tyler. Fiona takes a sabbatical, sublets her apartment, moves in with her mother, and completes her PhD. Both Fiona and Greg try dating others without [...]
 
Book: Living The Big Sky Life - Urban Tales Of My Tortured Tenure In by DK King
"Living The Big Sky Life" is a clever memoir by DK King that will take you on a healing journey from the outside in - from the coastlines of Orange County, California, to the big sky resort town of Whitefish, Montana. In a written voice that can be described as nothing short of audacious - real, raw and irreverent - DK King portrays her powerful passage through the peaks and valleys of love and [...]
 
Book: Absolution by A. Alico
This is a short story about a man who tried to live his life to the fullest till a tragedy occurs and his wife dies. It has poetic elements inside it. When his wife dies, he gives up on his life. It is over in the blink of an eye. In the end, his daughter, whom he had stopped talking to, finds a check in the house with the same last name, realizing it was her fathers. The check was never cashed. [...]
 
Book: Monster Catfish - Fishing for Whales by Paul Andrulis
'Monster Cats, Fishing for Whales' provides a proven technique and a wealth of catfish specific information for catching huge monster catfish in any water, in any season. The book is focused specifically towards catching huge catfish weighing over twenty-five pounds by fishing with rod and reel. Most fishermen and anglers of all stripe hit the so called weight barriers in which they cannot seem [...]
 
Book: Second Chances (Time) by Lincoln Cole
Nichole is caught in a tough position. She is juggling too many responsibilities as her world falls apart. She isn't sure where she can turn to for help, and she is facing a lot of harsh realities about just how much society can hold her back. Richard is a corporate lawyer who lost his way. He wants to help Nichole through this heartbreaking situation, but he makes mistakes and loses her trust. [...]
 
Book: GROW BIG 60+ Ideas for Party Plan Profits (Wealthy WAHM Book 2) by Moehr and Associates
*A Must Read for All Direct Sales and Home Party Plan Women* **UPDATED 2015 - Now includes BONUS sections for using INSTAGRAM and TWITTER to grow your direct sales and home party plan business!** GROW BIG! 60+ Ideas for Party Plan Profits is an all-you-need guide to building your home party plan and direct selling business. Go beyond the usual and get unique and fun tips to: -Get an abundance of [...]
 
Book: Rock Star - Almost by Paul John Miller
Have you ever heard a singer, duo, or maybe a local band that sounded so good you always wondered if they would have made it in the Rock and Roll World? I suppose the definition of made it can be interpreted many ways, but we all know the names and songs of our favorite bands and singers. Introducing Finbar Schuler, an individual unlike most people you will ever meet. Finbar is a tall, handsome, [...]
 
Book: Make MIS-TAKES for Better Grades - A 15-Week Self Correction Program by Dr. Robert D. Kirk
The Self Correction Program (c) I developed over 40 years ago is for parents and grandparents who want to help their student improve following directions, increase attention spans, cope with making mis-takes (c), increase reading rate and improve grades. We are taught when we are very young to strive for perfection, an impossible task. In new learning, we all make mis-takes. When we do, we get [...]
 
Book: Our Mistakes, Our Pain, Our Ministry! by Adrian & Nicole Bowens
In this book "Our Mistakes, Our Pain, Our Ministry" whether you are married, engaged, dating or single you will obtain Christian based teachings and practical information that will assist you in making your current relationship or future relationship for those who are still waiting, reflect the Word of God. Our desire and mission, through the direction of the Holy Spirit is that all couples have [...]
 
Book: Nothing You Can't Do! - The Secret Power of Growth Mindsets by Mary Cay Ricci
Have you ever thought about your dreams and if you could achieve them? Guess what? You can! You can find your full potential and become more successful than you ever dreamed possible it just takes changing the way you think to change your life. Unlock the secrets and clues to success in school, sports, afterschool activities, life, and so much more with the tips in Nothing You Can't Do!: The [...]
 
Book: Parenting Wisdom - What To Teach The Children by Richard Andrew King
PARENTING WISDOM is a must for any parent and for all parents to be. Richard Andrew King should be called Dr. King. His books are of the magnitude that will be read with reverence for generations to come. ~ Dr. Victoria Ford, J.D. Parenting is the most important and critical job in life because it encompasses the cultivating and sculpting of life itself as reflected in our children - the sanctity [...]
 
Book: Clergy Tales--Tails - Wagging - Friendly but Exhausting by Stephen P. McCutchan
The miracle of the church is not in our faithfulness but in God's faithfulness. We are witnesses to how our confused reality keeps being interrupted by grace. In this second volume of Clergy Tales, I continue to paint the picture of what it is like to practice ministry in a resistant world. A major cause of stress for a pastor is the disconnect between the ideals of faith shaped by his or her [...]
 
Book: MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX - The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 3) by Lance Morcan
MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: The $ickness Industry, Big Pharma and Suppressed Cures is a no-holds barred critique of mainstream medicine and the various players who make up one of the largest and most profitable industries on the planet. Written by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan & Lance Morcan, with a foreword by retired pharmacist Denis Toovey (author of Better [...]
 
Book: The 7 Deadly Sins of Advertising And How to Avoid Them - Small Business Marketing by Glyn Williams
Amazon's Hottest Book for Small Business Marketing Tips Sometimes business marketing feels like a 'black art', especially when it comes to creating effective advertising. Some ad's work great and some seem to drop off some kind of cliff. In reality most business advertising is done by owners that are trying hard, but end up just stabbing in the dark frustrated. How would you like the ability to [...]
 
Book: The Big Bend by Gary Showalter
The day begins like any other: Terry Rankin, sole proprietor of Rankin Personal Security Services in Orlando, Florida, accepts a private meeting with a potential client. Sheila Adamson is looking for a bodyguard to protect her from her abusive husband, but Rankin refuses to take the job until she begins divorce proceedings. Moments later, Mrs. Adamson is dead and Rankin is buried beneath the [...]
 
Book: I Befriended Big Foot by Doyle Turner
There are many who believe there is an unknown creature roaming our remote wilderness areas. Could it be possible this creature roams some areas not so remote? There are many claims of his [or her] signs and sightings. In this publication you will read of a much more personal experience with just such a creature we have come to recognize as Big Foot. I can now tell my fifty year old secret of [...]
 
Book: Parenting Wisdom for the 21st Century - Raising Your Children By Their Numbers To Achieve Their Highest Potential by Richard Andrew King
"This book is a must for any parent and all parents to be. It is vital to read this book now before you name your children. If you already have children, then it is just as important to understand them. Richard Andrew King should be called Dr. King. His books are of the magnitude that will be read with reverence for generations to come." ~ Dr. Victoria Ford, J.D. "Parenting Wisdom for the 21st [...]
 
Book: Lonesome Cove (The Big Bend) by Gary Showalter
Terry Rankin isn't so sure about his new client, Gianni Lupo. Gianni is an old man, just released from prison after serving the full twenty-five years of a Life sentence for a double murder in Miami. But Terry figures the man's paid for his crime and now he'll spend his declining years tottering around his home on Sanibel Island. Terry isn't sure why Lupo feels the need for armed bodyguards, but [...]
 
Book: If mistakes could fly, You'd be a Superhero - Flash Fiction Detective Humor (Jonny Gonzo and Money Man Book 1) by Kenyon Ledford
If the literary landscape was actually Walt Disney's Fantasyland, then the book, If Mistakes Could Fly, You'd Be a Superhero, would be Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. -- This whiplash collection of flash fiction revolves around a hazy private investigator, a shady superhero, and a clueless, sloppy cop. They all chase each other around the pages and into the dizzyingly dystopian world of Batman and Robin in [...]
 
Book: Big Brother by Tracey Morait
When his dad leaves for a job in New York Ash is left to cope with his drug-addicted, alcoholic mother Rhonda, who decides to move away from the life she hates in Bristol to her home town of Liverpool, taking Ash away from his school, his mates and his gran. Not only does Ash have problems at home with a harassing, demanding mother, he becomes the easy target of a gang of bullies at his new [...]
 
Book: Twisted Key (The Big Bend) by Gary Showalter
Terry Rankin has a new client; Fatima al Natsche, a Muslim woman living under a sentence of death for her work on behalf of women suffering under Islamic law. Terry's not a religious kind of guy - he'll protect just about anyone who can pay the freight. In fact, he admires Ms. Al Natsche and the sacrifices she's made to get her message out. But then her daughter flies over from Norway and gets [...]
 
Book: Murder Under The Big Top by Heather Haven
Up and coming circus performer, Jeri Deane, finds a young clown strangled inside a beloved lion's cage. The town sheriff's threat to close down the Big Top won't stop her from finding his killer. Beneath the spangles and sawdust of the canvas sky, Jeri uncovers deceit, treachery, and secrets more dangerous than any death-defying trick in the circus. Even she has much to hide. If the Big top [...]
 
Book: Crowdfunding - The Next Big Thing by Gary Spirer
In CrowdFunding: The Next Big Thing, money-raising expert Gary Spirer reveals the secrets of raising capital in the digital age. He outlines the ins and outs of the five major capital-raising strategies, including how the current Kickstarter type crowdfunding differs from crowdfunding equity. The new world of crowdfunding equity can be hard to navigate due to numerous regulations, and the [...]
 
Book: Is It Big? Does It Bite? by Shirley Michelle
As bedtime rolls around for a young boy the sounds of the outside world inspire him to conjure up some silly monsters. When he's had enough and he finally finds the courage to find out what's actually making all the noise he learns it's not nearly as bad as he thought it was. "Is It Big? Does It Bite?" is a poem and song as much as a bedtime story. The lyrics for this story were dancing in my [...]
 
Book: Deadly Exodus (Desperate Dreams) by Kim McMahill
Their love is forbidden. Their lives are in danger... Trapped in a dystopian America where men are being exterminated and relationships are forbidden, Nyla is determined to change the course of her future and protect Ethan. Fleeing means abandoning her grandmother and imprisoned mother, but Nyla and her friends will do anything to escape an authoritarian government which has stolen their freedom [...]
 
Book: Gorgeous at Forty by Adam Mann
Tony is accosted by a lovely lady whilst walking to his hotel for lunch, but they remember having met for the first time nearly twenty years earlier, and liked one another then but had been held back by convention and the possibility of a husband or a wife, and children. Now only an adult child remains as a handicap, which makes them free for their relationship to develop, and it does. They are [...]
 
Book: The Adventures of Big Daddy by Sai Sumanth Chava
Big Daddy would like to welcome you to come to the adventure along with him and defeat crime and criminals in the town of Townsville. Now this is your chance to have a close read on how superheroes are and how they work. This is an action and adventure and also a children literature book. Send your comments or suggestions to saisumanthchava@gmail.com and visit my website at saichava.weebly.com.
 
Book: The Big Wide Calm - A Novel by Rich Marcello
A young woman's journey to find herself and create the perfect album - Paige is a rock star. The world just doesn't know it yet. With a name like Paige Plant, how could she be anything but the future frontwoman of the next Led Zeppelin? She's got the charisma, the drive, and, of course, the mega-musical skills. All she needs is to make her debut album, one that will change the world, inspire [...]
 
Book: Radiant Hunger by Diane Lefer
I was always fascinated by the children who grew up on the ranch with Charles Manson. Unlike their mothers, they didn't choose to be there. And I thought they probably had delicious childhoods, running free, unaware of the ugliness and violence. Then one day, they're taken away either to foster care or are adopted by normal middle class people. What a transition that had to be. So I started [...]
 


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