Please recommend askDavid.com
   using these social sharing buttons:
David

Books:  

  

Book: Boots to Loafers, Finding Your New True North by John W. Phillips with Paul Falcone
Every military service member will experience three phases as he moves from a military career to a life outside the gate: transition, transformation, and integration. The foundation of "Boots" is built upon these three concepts. They provide the structure for the advice and guidelines I want to convey to you. You may experience each of these to different degrees depending on your wishes, [...]
 
Book: Bad Book by K. S. Brooks, Stephen Hise and JD Mader
The name's Case. Just Case, that's all. No first name. He is a man among men and therefore only one name is sufficient. Women want to smack him - men want to smack him, too, just harder. Join Case on his epic travels through multiple literary genres as he ruins horror, space-adventure, noir detective, spy-thriller, westerns, classics of literature, pop culture icons and more with his own unique [...]
 
Book: Rock Music in American Culture - The Sounds of Revolution, 2d ed. by Robert G. Pielke
In the years following World War II, something vital and original was born in the restive cauldron of American culture. At that moment the voice of this vital and original something came fully into its own. It was insistent, loud and bawdy, and it finally had a name. It was Rock and Roll, and it was about to challenge society's values about race, sex, love, work, patriotism, fashion, commercials [...]
 
Book: The All Souls' Waiting Room - A Black Comedy about Karma and Killing Yourself by Paki S. Wright
Why would a gorgeous, smart-mouthed, eighteen-year-old girl named Johnnine Hapgood -- raised by free-loving followers of the controversial psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich (inventor of the orgone energy accumulator, the cloud-buster and a stolen orgone energy motor) -- try to kill herself? What lessons does she have to learn about karma and reincarnation? And what are the consequences of suicide? [...]
 
Book: Wise Up - Be the Solution: Establish a learning culture in your home and help your child succeed in school by James L. Casale
As parents, we simply want what's best for our children, but sometimes the modern education system does not always cater to the individual needs of every child. Each child is unique and requires different amounts of attention and support. As your child's first teacher, you are the most influential factor on his or her growth academically, emotionally, and psychologically. In Wise Up and Be the [...]
 
Book: The Last Resistance - Dragon Tomb by Ricardo Alexanders
Want to see Nazi Panzer and Soviet T-34 charging together, not against each other? Want to see Prime Minister Tojo arguing face to face with President Roosevelt on which country is responsible for the attack of Pearl Harbor? This is the book for you. In Dragon Tomb, Writer Ricardo Alexanders tells a story about a young Chinese archaeologist who saves the world from an extraterrestrial Armageddon [...]
 
Book: Embodiment Of Hope - Life Story Based On Luo Culture And Customs by Edward Orony Omolo
EMBODIMENT OF HOPE is Omolo family's footprints on the sands of time based on Luo Culture, Luo customary law and marriage laws Customs. The book investigates the circumstances and experiences of Erasto Omolo family, a remarkable family from Kodero Bara Village in Kenya. There are powerful stories of four widowed women, Ogola Ngare, Flora Omolo, Esta Omolo and Damaris Omolo and their relationships [...]
 
Book: Free Will Positive Moment by Mike Becker
"Free Will Positive Moment" "This beautiful work is a symphony for the senses. It is positive, ethical, and life affirming. The art is gorgeous and the words are clear and poetic. Together they are a work of art that can transform and uplift." --DR. LYNN EGERMAN, MD, PSYCHIATRY, BOARD CERTIFIED. Free Will Positive Moment is a reference, a guide, a tutorial, a reflection, as well a self guided [...]
 
Book: ec·o·nom·ics - a simple twist on normalcy: a blend of pop culture, economics, and social trends by Kersten L. Kelly
Professional football players, corporate tobacco advertisers, volatile gasoline prices, and the Cold War all share an undetected commonality each is an intrinsic part of economics. Though not obvious to the naked eye, each entity shares a pattern with the others. This book helps to shed light on these mutual characteristics. It is an extensive compilation of theories interpreted using supportive [...]
 
Book: kNewspapers - A Novel About Love and Citizen Journalism by K. Paul Mallasch
Sex, Drugs and Journalism Studies Paul Malinski transforms into kpaul as he journeys through the wilderness and the universe when banished from corporate media. Along the way, he learns a lot about journalism, greed, love, black holes, Occupy Wall Street, robots and automation, poetry, selflessness, mental illness and much more. Perhaps most important, he learns about himself and that one person [...]
 
Book: American Panorama - A Comprehensive Guide to the Culture of the United States by Michael H. Collins
American Panorama provides a comprehensive up to date guide to the culture of the United States in 12 chapters for the citizen, citizenship applicant, businessperson, the civics, language and culture student and the traveler, particularly readers who have limited access to libraries. American Panorama is a concise encyclopedia informed by the latest scholarship and statistics. In easy language, [...]
 
Book: Chief Emotional Officer - Intelligent Leadership in 60 Minutes by Simon Casey, Ph.D.
The title of the book was the direct result of interviewing many CEOs and their management styles. The result showed that "when a leader grew organizations grew". Unfortunately my findings revealed that many leaders put more emphasis on their managerial skills and revenue growth than their own personal growth which resulted in poor communication skills, disconnect from the staff and negative [...]
 
Book: Dia a Dia - Language, life and culture (Brazilian Portuguese) (Volume 2) (Portuguese Edition) by Edinaldo E. Santo
This book is divided in four short books/chapters. From Intermediate to advanced level. It starts with the Simple Past Tense (Indicative Mode) through the Compound Tenses and up to four different forms of the Subjunctive (Present, Future, Imperfect and Compound Pluperfect). It is designed to help students to achieve a higher level in Portuguese. it will help you to use most Tenses in Brazilian [...]
 
Book: Spirit of the Mountain (Spirit Trilogy Book 1) by Paty Jager
Book One of the Native American Spirit Trilogy. Evil spirits, star-crossed lovers, and duty...which will prevail? Wren, the daughter of a Nimiipuu chief, loves the mountain and her people the Lake Nimmipuu. When a warrior from the enemy Blackleg tribe asks for her hand in marriage to bring peace between the tribes, she knows it is how she must fulfill her vision quest. But she is torn between [...]
 
Book: The Journey from Donegal by Laurie Smither
Twenty-five-year-old Michael McElhenny has inherited his parent's small holding and picked up the fundamentals of a classical education from an atheist priest. An incident sends him on the run just ahead of the law, leaving his new wife, the high-spirited Mary, to follow him to the new British colony of New Zealand. So begins a journey in a strange and beautiful frontier land. Michael has a shy [...]
 
Book: Poisoned Saints by Ben Coulter
Number 1 Amazon Best-seller Charlie is a cocaine distributor living in a run-down London overspill, but when he discovers his top dealer shot to death, Charlie must find the killer and a way out, whilst losing the tail of Detective Jack Cloud in order to flee the country with his lover and a clear conscience. "Loved it from the minute I started it. Had me gripped the whole way through. Did not [...]
 
Book: Spirit Dog by Frances Altman
"Spirit Dog" was the name the Indians called Adolphus a dachshund that traveled the Texas Road to Oklahoma Territory with Jeffery Martin and his family Adventure begins at Fort Gibson when they explore a riverboat where they discover a captive Cherokee Indian boy named Hawk. The threesome head for freedom only to be captured by fierce Osage Indians. Unlike the Indians' wolf dogs, Adolphus is a [...]
 
Book: Frozen Whispers by Salma Iftikhar Ali
An insight into Pakistan's feudal culture that still holds a pivotal status in the society. The story of male dominance, revealing hidden details of a flamboyant lifestyle full of fun and merriment but along with it bearing the enormity of pain and suffering resulting from blindly following the rituals of the tribal norms. The role of the Pirs and their followers who believe in them blindly. The [...]
 
Book: Mission by Philip Spires
Michael, a missionary priest in Kenya, has just killed Munyasya, a retired army officer. It might have been an accident, but Mulonzya, a politician resentful of the power of foreign churches, tries to exploit the tragedy for his own ends. Boniface, a young church worker, and his wife, Josephine, have just lost their child. They did not make it to the hospital in time, possibly because Michael [...]
 
Book: memna and mishi by Devendri Mundrawal
.The funny faces of mr.moddy and linda adds humor to the novel Mishi was very intelligent so she could easily recognize from his face that he wanted to know about her past life. But she did not want to narrate her past to Memna as she considered him too young to understand, the troubles of life. One day Memna went inside the Mishi's room. Mishi was busy with her studies. She did not even know [...]
 
Book: Tales From Gulu by Camille Khairallah
This book is a summary of what it is like to visit Gulu, Uganda through CVAP (Concordia Volunteer Abroad Program) and it is dedicated to past, present and future participants of the program. It reflects my personal opinion on what I have experienced in Acholiland and helps the reader imagine what it is like to live in such an environment. This book is not only dedicated for CVAPers per se, [...]
 
Book: No More Mulberries by Mary Smith
Scottish-born midwife, Miriam loves her work at a health clinic in rural Afghanistan and the warmth and humour of her women friends in the village, but she can no longer ignore the cracks appearing in her marriage. Her doctor husband has changed from the loving, easy-going man she married and she fears he regrets taking on a widow with a young son, who seems determined to remain distant from his [...]
 
Book: PARABLES - short stories by Ana Nyagul
PARABLES - short stories This little book contains the priceless wisdom of people who lived before us in to our mother Earth. I believe that this book will bring you pleasure, happiness and comfort. Have a nice reading CONTENTS: 1. Is there a God?... 2. The trap... 3. To the other shore... 4. Whatever is - such it is... 5. Buddha and the gifts... 6. The two frogs... 7. The sparrow... 8. [...]
 
Book: Into Africa - The Return by Yvonne Blackwood
Blackwood's remarkable story, articulated in Into Africa: a Personal Journey, told about her first journey to West Africa, land of her ancestors. She travelled alone and her exposure to Nigeria's tight military control caused her to experience fear as never before. In Ghana, destiny led her to meet Adamson, who became her guide, doctor and more....The story left you breathless, wanting more. Into [...]
 
Book: Takeshi's Choice by Michael Matson
Takeshi Kirihara was a self-made man with a problem. As a Japanese living in America with war looming on the horizon, he knew he had to take steps to protect his property. What he couldn't know is that he'd die in an internment camp without sharing the secret of what he'd done: a secret that leads to three murders and an acceptance of a family's destiny.
 
Book: How To Make Love While Conscious by Johnny Hilbun
No Gods. No Masters. Only Truth. "No one cared about us. We weren't a threat. The U.S. Government of AmeriKKKa wasn't going anywhere, it was just the same old undulating blob, except it had gained a few more moldy spots, sprouted a few more choice slimes and hairy patches, vestigial organs posing as progress, all stress and vomitus and orgasm, but no big whoop. We crept up and closed the cellar [...]
 
Book: Further Education by Richard Brennan
Further Education is an exciting culture clash between a working-class student full of common sense and experience of politics, and a group of dogmatic upper middle class students. The clash becomes murderous when the group invite an extremist to speak at their university. The book explores how political dogma can suck people in as well as the rise of materialism and misogyny among students. [...]
 
Book: The Color of My Soul by Melanie S Hatter
Kira Franklin, a black newspaper reporter in Southwest Virginia in 1993, begins to question her own culture when she pursues a story on a local Cherokee community raising money to reclaim ancestral lands. The Harper family is part of a long line of Cherokee tribe leaders, and their knowledge and devotion to retaining their history make Kira long for a sense of place, a sense of self. But the [...]
 
Book: The Year Santa Stubbed His Toe by William M Hayes
The Man in Red really exists. If you are one of the people in the world that say Santa is just a myth, you are simply and completely wrong. Many tales have been told about the Man in Red. Some true some as true as two-headed unicorns with wings living in the city of Atlantis ... this tale is true. A year not so long ago, Santa was ready to take his yearly pilgrimage on the night before Christmas [...]
 
Book: Imperfect Pairings by Jackie Townsend
An encounter with an Italian leads a woman down a path of love and self discovery. Smart, career driven Jamie had not intended to fall in love. And to a foreigner no less, an Italian who doesn't reveal his heritage at first. Jack is short for John, he tells her, but she soon discovers that John is short for Giovanni. Insanely handsome and intense but unreadable, Giovanni is a man of few words. [...]
 
Book: Jessica’s In College by Liberty Dendron
A teenage girl, learns how to cure and heal people. Jessica lives in a small town in Virginia. She grows up in Dendron and learns the knowledge of herbal medicine by helping John Earl. A chance encounter opens up a new life that includes a college education. But Jessica longs for her country home....
 
Book: Anonymous by Richie Andrews
Set over a period of two weeks, Anonymous follows the exploits of Joe and his friends as they indulge in England's binge-drinking culture. His appetite for a good time is often hindered by his best mate Gav, who has a tendency to land them in trouble at the drop of a hat. Meanwhile, brothers Rich and Max are on holiday in Los Angeles. There, they learn that while a new place will always bring [...]
 
Book: Day For Night by Stacey E. Bryan
"What I wasn't expecting was to turn the corner and find my thirty-something neighbor Annie, eyes open, silent, encased by a cone of light and suspended in midair just inside the doorway. Nope. Wasn't expecting that at all." Wacky, off-beat, delicious, witty, and insightful -- all words used to describe Stacey E. Bryan's hilarious debut novel, Day for Night. When reality TV star Rae is dumped by [...]
 
Book: Count The Roses by Jackie Weger
Rich in history and flaming with passion. Travel with Jennifer DeWitt from New Orleans--that humid, high-stepping city of music and magic on the Mississippi River to the depths Louisiana swamps where a brash, sexy Cajun is on the hunt for a wife. He's man to the bone and wants it all. He offers Jennifer a marriage bed. She has her hand out for a paycheck, yet finds herself falling into an [...]
 
Book: The Wounded World by Ariele Sieling
Quin Black, a Door specialist for the Pomegranate City government, was only gone for a few weeks. But when he returns, people are fighting in the streets, a new Door has appeared in his living room, and his father is missing. The whole city is in upheaval. Quin sets out through the new, mysterious Door, joined by his good friend John, a scientist at the Globe Government Center. The Door leads [...]
 


Books:  

  




Home | Contact | Legal Notice | Impressum Book Promotion | Do you like askDavid.com? | Boost Your Karma

As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.