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Book: The Purpose of Fantasy - A Reader's Guide to Twelve Selected Books with Good Values and Spiritual Depth by Philip Martin
Good fantasy literature is far more than a bunch of elves, dwarves, or other imaginary creatures running around fighting dragons, ogres, or orcs and having adventures. The Purpose of Fantasy looks at some of the core spiritual values of a dozen beloved fantasy books. With an introduction about fantasy literature in general, it holds up to the light a key purpose of fantasy: to ask spiritual or [...]
 
Book: Bothers - Powers of the Archangel Michael by Tekeyla Friday
"Five year old Maya is frightened of the Bothers, who pester her while she sleeps. They want her to get up and play with them. It's so hard to rest when you have a room full of invisible visitors watching you sleep or one who constantly steals your favorite teddy bear. She wakes up her older brother, Gage, to comfort her and he teaches her about the Powerful Archangel Michael who helps the [...]
 
Book: Business Infrastructure, in a Computer Environment by Michael Bivona, CPA
FROM THE PREFACE "For businesses to develop successfully and grow requires leadership with a clear vision of the future. This can only be accomplished through an effective Management Information Reporting System (MIRS) fed by an equally strong business Infrastructure. The information and data supplied by the appropriate Infrastructure within an organization will give management accurate and [...]
 
Book: Keep Going! Modeling Michael Jordan's Success Story (I can, You can, We all can) by Mayra A. Diaz
Learn why with dedication and effort dreams can come true! * Read it FREE as part of your PRIME or Kindle Unlimited membership * * Also available in Spanish Sigue Adelante!, please visit author page This is a story about Ken a not so brave little kid, Which learn that with consistency, perseverance and courage dreams can come true. This children's book will also help you motivate your kids and [...]
 
Book: The Dealership by Michael Bronte
Carmen Madrid finally got his opportunity when general manager Big Tony DeLorenzo moved him from being an air wrench jockey back in the shop to being a hotshot salesman selling Jaguars, Lincolns, and plain old Chevys. Life in Jamaica Queens was good for a while but the commission checks weren't as big as he'd anticipated, and it wasn't long before he was flat broke, looking for other ways to pay [...]
 
Book: Underneath by Michael Cargill
Look at the person sitting just across from you. It doesn't matter whether they're a loved one, a friend, or a complete stranger. Now look at their face. Are they happy? Are they sad? Or are they angry? Can you even tell? How well do you actually know the people closest to you? Have you ever seen the real person that lies just underneath what you see...?
 
Book: Funhouse by Michael Bray
From the author of the bestselling Whisper trilogy comes a brand new collection of terrifying stories in the vein of The Twilight Zone, Tales From the Crypt and the Outer Limits. Funhouse is a collection of 16 macabre tales each with a chilling twist or a case of the ordinary becoming something utterly terrifying. A man who makes an unscheduled stop gets more than he bargained for in 'CANDYLAND.' [...]
 
Book: Six Bits by Michael C. Ringering
It's three days before Christmas and Jack London Clarke has just issued a stunning ultimatum to his wife, following a damaging confrontation regarding his suspected infidelity. As Jack prepares to flee his suburban Chicago estate, a knock upon the front door delivers a most unlikely character who sets in motion Jack's personal life to spinning out of control. Consumed by entitlement, excess and [...]
 
Book: James of Elan by Michael Walsh
James of Elan was born into a family that had a secret. They were the leaders of an organization that protected their country, Kembor, from the influences of Sorcerers and Wizards. At birth he was destined to one day be the leader of this group. While in training he befriends someone that eventually becomes his best friend. When his friend is murdered he travels to another land to revenge his [...]
 
Book: The Milk Run by Michael Brachman
It was supposed to be easy! Aason Bierak is a not-so-ordinary 21-year-old man living in the 35th century. He and his 16-year-old sister Lupe take a quick trip to the home of Planet OMCOM, a computer the size of Earth, to upgrade a crucial piece of equipment. The trip was supposed to be easy, so easy Aason's father dubbed it a milk run. After Aason and Lupe complete the upgrade, Planet OMCOM [...]
 
Book: Mysterious Ways by Michael Barry
When it comes to explaining the meaning of life, religion and scientific division always makes any single definition impossible. However, Michael Barry melds both schools of thought to serve up a definitive model that satisfies all. Everything is exposed in 'Mysterious Ways', which finds perfect middle ground synergy between genetics and the 'days' of Genesis. Michael Barry's message is short and [...]
 
Book: Presidential Risk by Michael Bronte
When dead presidents in a supernatural world play the board game of world conquest, their moves are carried out in the human world. Leaders are born and dictators rise to power as presidents past such as Teddy Roosevelt, Abe Lincoln, Dwight Eisenhower, and others, plot their moves. One of them makes a move, and an invasion takes place on Earth. In the supernatural world, it's about strategy, [...]
 
Book: Inner Journeys - Explorations of the Soul by Dr. G. Michael Vasey
Inner Journeys: Explorations of the Soul is an autobiographical account of studying with a western mystery school. It explains; How to meditate, visualize, and explore inner worlds, What occult schools actually offer their students, Why the occult and magic have more in common with self improvement and psychoanalysis techniques than with the idea of wand waving, broom riding magicians
 
Book: Three Days by Felicia Case & Michael Wojciechowski
While flying home, Kadie rushes to finish the latest Kurt McCarthy novel. When she does, her nosy seatmate, Paul, asks if she liked it. She claims it's average at best and argues that McCarthy has lost his edge. Unbeknownst to her, her seatmate is Kurt McCarthy. Kurt McCarthy is Paul's penname a secret Paul doesn't reveal. Paul's headed to Chicago for his first public reading a sold out [...]
 
Book: The Handyman by Michael Bronte
I was inspired to write this book out of respect for how many of our fighting men had to rebuild their lives after having come back from some war, from someplace far away that they had no idea about before being deployed. It takes a lot of bravery and a lot of loyalty to fight for something you little about except loyalty to your country. As an Army Ranger Jake Blackwell had done four tours of [...]
 
Book: Final Solution by Michael Davis
Three stellar wars have stretched the ability of Earth's ruling authority, the Council, to control the populace across twelve star systems. Unrest among the people threatens the oppressive reign of the government and they're left with one option: to execute the Final Solution. Their grand scheme is so abominable; should the truth leak out, it could threaten stability of the Order and incite open [...]
 
Book: Tsunami Connection by Michael James Gallagher
Pressured from all sides. If she makes one miscalculation, Israel perishes in a gasp of chemical fumes. A bomber, part of an annihilation plot, misconstrues his rescuer. His last breath reveals an insidious connection. Can she uphold her pledge of 'never again'? An Elite agent, but an ordinary woman, embarks on an impossible mission. A lead or a quagmire? Will she fathom the global web of deceit [...]
 
Book: The Tenth Caller by Michael Bronte
He'd been up there with the biggest of them, shock-jock extraordinaire, on the biggest stations, in syndication in every major market in the country. It had been quite the fall, all right, his last gig ending when the station manager didn't accept the fact that jail time was a valid excuse for not showing up for work. With good behavior, he was out in two years, but he'd become a media scum at [...]
 
Book: Truncate - A Novel by Michael Toledano
A unique Victorian era suspense story heightened with a touch of mystery and romance. The focus rests on the efforts of the unwitting protagonist to thwart attempts on his life instead of the usual ace detective or the latent genius of an amateur sleuth so typical of the genre. The plot centers on the survival of an unsuspecting member of the rising London commercial gentry toward the end of the [...]
 
Book: Porchball by Michael Bronte
We had just come off one of the most memorable years in American history. Our boys were dying by the thousands in the jungles of Vietnam and the war protests were rocking our world. The assassinations of Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy rocked it even more. Our cities were being torn apart by riots, and then 1969 slung off '68 like a skater in a roller derby. The Mets and Jets won their [...]
 
Book: An Odder Quintet by Michael Brookes
An Odder Quintet explores a world of dark and strange happenings. From new technology to ancient legends, nothing is quite what it seems. Prisons without Walls - A prisoner serving a life sentence takes part in an experimental programme that manipulates the perception of time to rehabilitate prisoners and ensure they never reoffend. The Tapestry - Legend speaks of a Great Loom, operated by three [...]
 
Book: A Forger's Tale by Michael Saint
Michael Saint was convicted at an East London Court for printing the largest amount of foreign currency ever found in Britain. The currency was Spanish pesetas and he was sentenced to six years imprisonment. In the dock with him stood John Dean, Sylvia Smith and a Grass. Born into a poor East London Family, Michael Saint became the most successful forger in British history. Michael manages to [...]
 
Book: Lost Friday by Michael Bronte
It's Saturday, September 25th, and the entire town of Sea Beach, New Jersey, has no recollection of what happened to Friday the 24th. Reporter Johnny Pappas is among the baffled residents, as is Chief of Police Roy Mulroney. It's only when Johnny discovers the abduction of high school quarterback David Robelle that the fog over this mystery begins to lift. The evidence leads to the unfathomable [...]
 
Book: The Diary of a Babydyke in Transition by Michael Mardel
This is a teen's blog of her journey into accepting she is a lesbian. She can't tell her friends and she hides it from her family. She ends up at a party after work where there are only women. She is so uneasy and organises a lift home. She has a gay cousin in Perth and asks to join him. They go to a few night spots though it's usually drag shows. She eventually finds work in a cafe and is happy [...]
 
Book: Call Me Crash by Michael Bronte
Few people would consider the department store business to be a dangerous profession. Similarly, not many people would think that a skinny kid from the streets of D.C. would have any fashion sense. It's 1979, Jimmy Carter is president, and Rosenbloom & Starr is a department store empire in which Tom "Crash" Crandall has worked his way up to become floor manager at the flagship store where the [...]
 
Book: Faust 2.0 (Morton & Mitchell) by Michael Brookes
A new entity is born into the internet. Is it the rebirth of an ancient evil in a new realm? Or something much worse? A sexy looking avatar grants wishes for people across the web, but nothing is truly free, and for those who accept, what price must be paid? Sarah Mitchell must discover the truth of this creature and stop it while it can still be stopped, but why is a mysterious lawyer dogging [...]
 
Book: Cinco de Mayo by Michael J. Martineck
What would you do if suddenly your most private thoughts and experiences were shared with another living person - and you got theirs? A new name. A new language. A new past. In Chicago, a transit worker now knows enough about the Aryan Brotherhood to mark him for death. In Abu Dhabi, a playboy experiences modern day slavery. A New York advertising executive shares the memories of a blind railroad [...]
 
Book: Dogwood Season by Michael Altieri
The sexually abused body of a young, talented actress is discovered at Lake Mohegan in wealthy Fairfield, Connecticut. The perverted erotic death and positioning of the body suggests the desire to humiliate the victim. Detective Frank Gianni's sixth sense screams serial killer the minute he lays eyes on her. This erotically charged thriller calls upon the synergism of Detective Gianni and rookie [...]
 
Book: Confidential Bounty by Michael Altieri
"The reclusive life of former homicide detective Brenda Corrino has suddenly leaped from post-traumatic stress disorder recovery to something much more interesting: Murder! Her ex-partner was investigating the bizarre murder of a college student when he inadvertently let his guard down and now he remains comatose in a hospital. Brenda recruits her ex-boyfriend, Medical Examiner Dr. Darren Crowe, [...]
 
Book: Precinct by Michael Grant
Captain Richard Leland is a rising star in the NYPD. Young, bright, and super ambitious, his goal is to be the police commissioner by the time he's forty. He's right on track, but then department politics rears its ugly head. All his carefully laid plans are suddenly thrown into jeopardy when his boss, Chief of Department Charles Drum, decides his young protege needs more patrol experience [...]
 
Book: TaleSpins by Michael Mullin
A trilogy of alternative fairytales and retellings. Discover the real Snow White story through the eyes of Creepy, the unknown 8th dwarf! Meet a teen princess who hires "The Frog Prince" witch to get revenge on a Mean Girl! And learn how the giant, boy thief and magic beans tale truly went down! Reviews of the 1st story here: http://amzn.to/UJlFqq
 
Book: We are only human by michael blaney
This is Part one of a two part autobiography by Michael Blaney a screenwriter, author, singer, songwriter whose life has been plagued with painful events one after another. The riveting autobiography shows how forgiveness is important as you watch this young man grapple with some of lives most horrible obstacles. The original book IM ONLY HUMAN was released last year. In this version, the writer [...]
 
Book: The Cure for Love - A novel about Life's Most Sublime Affliction by Michael O.L. Seabaugh
The first rule of psychotherapy is to do no harm and Dr. Jack Cochran, an experienced psychologist, was surely aware of this when he accepted Andrew as a patient. How could he have known that this earnest young man, who contacted him because he needed help navigating a difficult relationship with his mercurial fiancee, would throw the doctor into an ethically murky journey, one with twists and [...]
 
Book: A Journey into the Spiritual Quest of Who We Are - Complete 4 books in 1 by Michael Joseph Kiser
Within this complete four book series your physical self and your soul will be prepared for the New Millennium. The Earth is moving forward. She is making her Quantum leap into the fourth / fifth dimensions... This is a true Spiritual Adventure of a being called Kiazer and his journey here on Earth as he helps teach the people of Earth about the coming changes. Are you ready to transform with the [...]
 
Book: Davidia's Seed by Michael W. Smart
Following a calamitous space battle, a small damaged pod drifts amid the debris, a single individual aboard, clinging to the final moments of life. A ship, hidden behind a small orange and red hued moon while the battle raged, approaches the debris field, searching for items to salvage and discovers the pod. The serendipitous encounter of two strangers in space spawns an extraordinary journey and [...]
 


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