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Book: Captive To Cocoa by Kate Taylor and Jeffrey Underwood
A little girl hides behind a frightened young woman's skirt. A distance away, two men talk. One of those men puts money, what would be the equivalent of $35.00, into the much younger man's hand. A woman who has been standing an even further distance away is motioned to come closer. She reluctantly puts out her cigarette and sidles up to the woman and child pair. The stranger man nods to the [...]
 
Book: Flying for Jesus by Lee Carver
Why would an international banker retire early, at the peak of his career, to fly as a volunteer missionary over the Brazilian Amazon? And where did he get the money to donate a two million dollar airplane? He might be running drugs from Colombia or smuggling gems from the rich rocks of Minas Gerais. Many Brazilians believed the American missionaries were CIA spies. There had to be a reason.
 
Book: Missionary or Mercenary by Tim I. Gurung
After working abroad in his entire adult life, he wanted to do something meaningful in life and returned home so he can get the capital city of his home nation rid of street children. He started with an herbal business first and then added a new line of health drink business as they grew and used the money from the businesses to run the charity. Initially, everything went well as planned, [...]
 
Book: Never Work Again - Work Less, Earn More and Live Your Freedom by Erlend Bakke
Never Work Again: Work Less, Earn More and Live Your Freedom Welcome to a very different kind of business book. Never Work Again shows you how you can build a successful and profitable business without the long hours and high stress that most entrepreneurs suffer from. Trust me - I've been there and it's not fun. In the months after I started my first business I didn't know any better. My [...]
 
Book: Head In The Clouds - The Location Independent Office - How to take your business or job online and work remotely from wherever you please! by Phil Byrne
Are you intrigued by remote working? Would you like to create more freedom within your business life to work at home? Or perhaps at your favourite coffee shop? Maybe you would like to work from some sunnier shore full time? Or even a different far flung destination each month? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, this eBook is for you. Within these pages, this ebook outlines the [...]
 
Book: All in A Day's Work by J.D. Kennedy
Regina is the Office Manager and a fly on the wall at a small but successful Public Relations agency in New York City. While some people have to deal with pompous bosses and office politics Regina is coping with a cross-dressing Vice President, promiscuous co-workers, cantankerous clients and the occasional drug peddling intern. After a senior account executive's death at his desk goes virtually [...]
 
Book: Tethered - The Life of Henrietta Hall Shuck, the First American Woman Missionary to China by Brenda H. Cox
Based on a true story, Tethered tells the story of Henrietta H. Shuck who leaves her home in Richmond, Virginia in 1835 to travel 19,000 mies on the ocean with her husband Lewis through Calcutta, Burma, Penang, and Singapore before reaching Chinese soil in Macau. Their mission is a dangerous one in a country known for imprisoning and torturing Christians. Through successive bouts of illness, [...]
 
Book: Designing Work by Collin Carbno
Designing work is an exploration of factors involved in making work fulfilling for employees. Seven key attributes of work that are essential for work satisfaction are explored. Seven work types or classes of work such as craftspersons, assemble line, and knowledge worker are discussed. Four different dimensions impacting work are discussed such as automation-augmentation dimension. A total of [...]
 
Book: Successfully Applying the Basic Elements© of Temperament - At Work! by Brad Dude and Jim Harden
This book is based on What Makes You Tick and What Ticks You Off: How the Basic Elements of Temperament Will Lead You to a Happier Life, written by Jim Harden and Brad Dude. That original work provides a more in-depth exploration of the Basic Elements of Temperament model and highlights its user-friendly structure in dealing with your boss, your spouse, and your child. This book expands further [...]
 
Book: Paddy and his Disappearing Daddy - A charming story designed to help children understand why parents go to work by Elise Lowe
Paddy doesn't understand why his daddy disappears every morning... until he secretly follows him to work. "This is just the cutest little story! The magical way this book explains disappearing daddies is charming!" Val, GoodReads After her little boy became distraught each time his dad left for the office, Elise Lowe created the story of the little leprechaun Paddy and his disappearing daddy. [...]
 
Book: Writing in Retirement - Putting New Year's Resolutions to Work by Elaine Orr
"Writing in Retirement: Putting New Year's Resolutions to Work" provides a framework for you to decide if writing (self-publishing, for the most part) is a good way to supplement your retirement income or Social Security check. And then it tells you how. What "Writing in Retirement" is not is a "get rich by writing" book. Those are everywhere; this is different. What better time to start writing [...]
 
Book: Career Mapping - Charting Your Course in the New World of Work by Ginny Clarke
Plot out your path to a rewarding work life. The world of work is changing with head-spinning speed. Now more than ever, you need to find your footing and design your personalized road map to job satisfaction and career success. Career Mapping offers a template for figuring out who you are and what you can offer to the work world. Inspired by the author's own experiences as a college recruiter [...]
 
Book: The Great Life Redesign - Change How You Work, Live How You Dream and Make It Happen ... Today by Caroline Cameron
Do you feel like you're working harder than ever but seemingly getting nowhere? Maybe it's taking far longer than you hoped it would. Rest assured, you're not alone. While t he 21st-century information age has given us instant access to seemingly everything, it's also created unbearable pressure. With rarely enough hours in each day, stress and anxiety are rising at alarming levels with no end in [...]
 
Book: Self-Esteem - Improve & Change Your Life Journey Now by Lucas Cunningham
We commonly think that self-esteem is merely about how we feel about ourselves at any particular moment. We also tend to think of our self-esteem as being something that is shaped by the events that take place in our life, particularly those from our past. Often we do not tend to think that our self-esteem is something we actually developed or created - Positive self-esteem is very important for [...]
 
Book: Net Jobs at Home - Volume 1 by Tim Daniel Comeau
Net Jobs at Home - Volume 1 Finding Work at home has never been so easy, now with the Net Jobs at Home eCourse. Entrepreneurs no longer face the fear of failure from starting a work at home business / internet business. Net jobs at home clearly outlines in easy, simple to understand language all the essential steps in creating a successful work at home online business. What is this eCourse about? [...]
 
Book: Go For It! - Motivating Christians To Do God's Will by Jeremy G. Woods
I wrote this book after I saw people interested in missions and ministry give up on their goal of being on the mission field or in the ministry. I realized that there are few books actually encouraging people to go follow their goals. There are many books about fulfilling the Great Commission, but there are few books encouraging those already called but not yet going to the mission field or [...]
 
Book: Double or Nothing by Clabe Polk
The Great Cuban Hurricane of 1910 stuck western Cuba, and then turned and struck Cuba a second time doing untold damage and killing hundreds. Some said the storm was the work of the Devil. Some of the older folks said the Devil drove teams of demons with whips through the Cuban mountains clearing paths wherever they went. But at the hurricane's height, on October 18th, witnesses say a strange [...]
 
Book: The Calling of Amos Puckett by Clabe Polk
Amos Puckett grows up to be a missionary in late 19th century Cuba, a Spanish Colony. Unconsciously following in his father's footsteps, he encounters a series of potentially fatal experiences and learns to use a natural gift, an interest in herbal medicine, to heal the bodies and souls of others. His defeats teach him about winning and losing, and about his faith. His wins teach him that God is [...]
 
Book: Love Takes Flight by Lee Carver
Volunteering in the Amazon to escape a broken heart, American R.N. Camille Ringold fears she has lost the chance to be married to a doctor and live well in suburbia. Serving two weeks with missionaries living out a sacred calling, she considers whether a more meaningful life might be hers. When the Wings of Help plane is hijacked, she and missionary pilot Luke Strong escape into the jungle. [...]
 
Book: Becoming A Veterinary Assistant by Ingrid Houde
Since 1996, Certified Veterinary Assistant Ingrid Houde has followed her passion and worked in the field of animal care. After a steep initial learning curve, and later watching employees come and go from clinics because they were not prepared for the reality of the job, she has created an essential resource for those looking to succeed and excel in the field of veterinary assistance. "Becoming A [...]
 
Book: Front Line Heroes - Battling the Business Tsunami by Developing High Performance Organizations by Bruce Hodes
It is possible to develop and grow powerful organizations in challenging times-it just takes courage, determination, and actionable techniques that work. In Front Line Heroes, Bruce Hodes offers executives and business leaders advice culled from 30 years of coaching privately held companies ranging from $5 million to $100 million in size. With humor, real-world examples, and step-by-step guides, [...]
 
Book: When God Says Go - The Amazing Journey of a Slave's Daughter by Lorry Lutz
Mother Eliza Davis-George, the daughter of slaves, grew up in segregated Texas, where she took to heart the stories she had heard as a child in Sunday school. Empowered by her faith, she broke through barriers of sex, color, and status as she told the world about Jesus. This is the fascinating story of a gentle but unswerving Christian missionary, who, during her one hundred years on this earth, [...]
 
Book: Unexpected Hero (The Southern Seas Series) by Gwendoline Ewins
Historical Saga: sensual, intended for 17+ readers The South Pacific, 1866. Their parents have been friends for years but Sebastian Churnside and Charity Trescothick have never warmed to each other. He believes she is complacent about living in her parents' shadow. She believes him to be a cuckoo in the warm family of the seacaptain, though his inability to follow the family tradition of [...]
 
Book: ON THE ROAD WITH JESUS - A JOURNEY TO FAITH by Mark G Nolan
A true story of an epic journey which included angelic encounters, after being held at gunpoint and robbed twice, see what the power of prayer did when a missionary couple found themselves at the end of the road in a strange country without passports, food or money. When husband and wife leave their home, jobs, and all possessions to take a very heavy van load of equipment to an Albanian [...]
 
Book: 21 Stupidly Simple Ways To Make Fast Cash From Home! - Proven Ways of Thinking Outside of the Box by Roy Carter
Amazon Best Seller Think Outside The Box Today's lousy economy is putting a strain on everyone's budget. You need to start thinking outside of the box for ideas on how to supplement your income so that you can make it in this tough economy. I want to show you 21 ways to use the talents and resources that you already possess to help you earn the extra income you desire or need. > > This book is [...]
 
Book: The Third Battalion Mississippi Infantry and the 45th Mississippi Regiment - A Civil War History by David Williamson
This is an accounting of the experiences of the soldiers of Hardcastle's 3rd Battalion Mississippi Infantry from enlistment to the end of the war. It includes their mid-war incarnation as the 45th Mississippi Regiment and the role they played in Cleburne's fabled division during almost every major engagement of the Army of Tennessee. Told as much as possible from the point of view of the soldier, [...]
 
Book: Captured by Moonlight (Twilight of the British Raj) by Christine Lindsay
Prisoners to their own broken dreams... After a daring rescue goes awry, Laine Harkness and her friend Eshana flee to the tropical south of India...and headlong into their respective pasts. Laine takes a nursing position at a plantation in the jungle, only to discover that her former fiance is the owner...but fun-loving Laine refuses to let Adam crush her heart like he had years ago. Eshana, [...]
 
Book: A Work of Heart by Alan Toback
It took over 12 years to write this book. My inspiration was/is my loving wife, Mary, who I married in 2001. I had very little training of creative writing, as I left High School @ age 16. The words you will read are from my heart and deep within my soul! ...There are words of endearment, Romance, Spiritual and Love. Many of the poems and prose was written online , it just came out of nowhere.. ! [...]
 
Book: The Charity Thieves by Robert Cubitt
When did working with a TV company become an invitation to risk life and limb? Andy Mirren can't believe his luck when he is appointed to work as the liaison between his charity and the TV company that runs its annual telethon. But his dream turns to a nightmare as he discovers that the producer and his girlfriend are on the take and that the glittering array of celebrities he must look after are [...]
 
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: Missing the Mark by John W. Ridley
MISSING THE MARK - A young and naive northeast Georgia mountain girl, Margaret Ann, has great aspirations for her life, but does not have the financial or experiential resources to fulfill her life's plans. But through creativity borne of ambition, circumstances that lead her toward her ultimate goal place her on a dangerous and circuitous path. A visit to a nefarious gypsy at a county fair [...]
 
Book: Nice Work by Denise Weeks
Jacquidon Carroll has problems ... She's diagnosed with diabetes and laid off from her job the same week, but that's nothing compared to becoming a suspect in the murder of her ex-boss... She becomes convinced that someone recruited from an Internet sex site is the real killer. To clear herself, Jacquidon and her intrepid sister Chantal steal information from the boss's computer and a mysterious [...]
 
Book: Whatever Sticks Most by Darren Hogarth
Nothing heals the body and soul like moving with the rhythm of life. Myles is a heavy-duty workaholic. Years of drive and dedication have helped him become a partner in an engineering firm and buy pretty much anything he wants. But it has come at a price. The unrelenting stress on his body has manifested in a herniated disc that has turned a successful thirty-seven year-old man into an old man [...]
 
Book: Heat in the Tea Gardens by Adam Mann
Make sure you have a strong cup of black tea before you read this! Roger has been working in highland areas of Vietnam helping farmer families to grow and pick high quality fine flavour highland tea. Tuyet has been working in her family owned business to process and market high quality highland tea from Vietnam into European markets. One day they meet again, in her factory, and suddenly the spark [...]
 
Book: Waiting For Payday by Deliah Linsay Adams
A voyeuristic look at the life of one lonely man who lives in a tiny, semi-detached council house in a fictional suburb which becomes the fish bowl from which he observes the world when he's not working. Most of his friends and relatives escaped the harsh segregation laws by emigrating. It is many years' later and he still feels bereft and unsure of himself. He struggles with issues such as [...]
 


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