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Book: THE NEOPHYTE ENTREPRENEUR - How to Go From Unemployment and your 9-5 Job To A Successful Entrepreneur. by Patrick Paul-Lukpata
Are you tired of being bossed around, living your boss's script or simply living with the fear of losing your job? Do you want to help solve societal problems? Do you want to live your passion and purpose in life and not bug down by the grind of daily living? Do you want to be your own boss and help create jobs in your own little way? Do you want to be financially free and give back to life and [...]
 
Book: EARN and grow RICH on the Internet by Harry Heydon
"EARN and GROW RICH on the Internet" is a step by step do it yourself book providing everything the reader needs to succeed in earning on line. The Author is a twice awarded NEDBANK Local Hero (2008 and 2010) who was awarded for his expertise in providing simple to apply methods to earn on line. As these methods and instructions are applicable to any person living in any country of the World the [...]
 
Book: 3 Paths To Internet Wealth by Robert B. Ingalls
The Internet has absolutely changed the whole world's business landscape since its inception, especially the employment market, which has never been stable lately. As a matter of fact, one cannot guarantee his own job security in such fast moving economic condition. People keep talking about multiple streams of income, passive income and financial freedom but still encounter great obstacles to [...]
 
Book: Step by Step Journal to an Internet Business by Beckey Berry
There are so many people searching for the steps it takes to get started with an internet business. This book that will show you exactly what to do. You get the benefit of all the years of research that I have done so that you can get started right away. The Step by Step Journal to an Internet Business will show you the exact steps to go through to get everything set up.
 
Book: Internet Research For Fiction Writers by April Taylor
One of the most frustrating of problems for a novelist is how to find information on the Internet and how to evaluate it. This short guide by April Taylor, a chartered information professional, is intended to solve the problems encountered on the net by novelists. It includes sections on where to search, how to search, evaluating information found, staying safe and within copyright, pictures, [...]
 
Book: eloves me, eloves me not by LA Johannesson
Still single at 39, Kayte Wexford has everything but Mr. Right. She has a fabulous career and interesting friends, but there's still no one waiting at home for her but the dog. With keyboard at the ready, she turns to technology for help, hoping online dating will finally deliver the man of her dreams. eloves me, eloves me not is a contemporary romantic comedy that follows Kayte's online dating [...]
 
Book: The Fridgularity by Mark A. Rayner
Chill out. It's only the technological singularity. Blake Given's web-enabled fridge has pulled the plug on the Internet, turning its owner's life - and the whole world - upside down. Blake has modest ambitions for his life. He wants to have his job reclassified, so he can join the Creative Department of the advertising firm where he works. And he wants to go out with Daphne, one of the account [...]
 
Book: Authors Digital Enterprise - A Master Guide for Amazon Book sellers by Malini Chaudhri
This book engages the reader in the momentum of change generated by the digital transformation of the globe and the internet. It offers a panoramic view of the scope for excellence in the book business, and shows the way from Individual author in self publishing to a vast landscape of professional Entrepreneurship. Authors Digital Enterprise covers and conveys the nature of Artificial [...]
 
Book: Can A Beer Mat Change Your Life? - Money Making Musings Of An Island-Hopping Internet Entrepreneur! by Roy Carter
Freedom means different things to different people. For me, it means not having some boss telling me what to do and where to go and when to go there. It means not having to wake up in the morning until my body feels like it. It means never having to worry about monthly bills any more. It means being able to take days off in the middle of the week, or just deciding on a whim to go and live on an [...]
 
Book: Never Be Discouraged - With God, All Things Are Possible by Alice Crespo
Through this book, I hope to encourage you to never give up on your dreams. Remember, you have the best helper of all-the Lord. And He will send good people into your life to help you along the journey. I grew up with nothing, but through God's love and mercy and my own hard work, I broke the poverty cycle. I know that you can do the same, no matter what the struggle is. God is on our side; He [...]
 
Book: Things Are Not Always As They Seem by Barb McIntyre
When I finished reading O. Henry's The Gift of the Magi I couldn't stop thinking about how wonderful it would be to write a story like it. In other words, to write a story that would wow the reader. That is when, and why, I started writing. I really enjoyed thinking up these stories, looking at things from different angles, and different perspectives. One of the rejection slips I received said [...]
 
Book: I Have Three Things To Tell You, My Friend. by RM DAmato
This is a completely revised, 2nd edition. Many thanks to the readers who pointed out the numerous errors our first editor missed. 2014 National Indie Excellence Awards Finalist The Golden Years Can Be a Killer! In 2033, every senior citizen is offered a second chance and a second career. At 65, John Sinclair, a life-long teacher, faces two choices a second career or permanent retirement and [...]
 
Book: Seeing Things by Jana Richards
When psychic Leah McKenna "sees" the abduction of a small boy, she knows she must help find him, no matter the danger to herself. David Logan, the boy's uncle, doesn't believe in psychic phenomenon. He believes Leah knows who kidnapped his nephew, and plans to stick close to her to discover the truth. As they search for Jeremy they uncover truths about themselves and the way they feel about each [...]
 
Book: Senior Things I Said, Say, Did and Do by Ronald E. Hudkins
This book will take you back in time or even recently when you did something so stupid or out of character you and everyone around you could not do anything but laugh. When you think about the family tree you always remember the ones that make you laugh. You know; those days sitting around at the reunion listening to family stories, pranks, jokes and friendly banner? We all have that relative [...]
 
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: 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: Things That Matter Most - Reflections by Don Hodge
Initially written as a series of articles by Don Hodge, 'Things That Matter Most: Reflections' recounts the author's life, experiences and the bold lessons he has learned along the way. With a separate chapter for each subject, Hodge's work is poised to empower spiritual and personal growth within readers from all walks of life. In 2013, Don Hodge commenced a unique yet empowering project; [...]
 
Book: These Fragile Things by Jane Davis
Life can change in a split second. And nothing you can do will stop it. 'Very occasionally a story jumps out at you with a raw burst of originality and thought-provocation that goes deeper than most, leaving you pondering the issues and plot lines unfolding in front of you. That story is These Fragile Things.' ~ Lorraine Devon Wilke, Author As a London suburb reels from riots in neighbouring [...]
 
Book: The Order Of Things - An Indian Legend by Robert Marquiss
Indians have lived in the south west of Northern America for longer than the white man has been on the East Coast. No one thinks that Indians ran across dinosaurs, but I venture to say that they did! I have found that not many people know that tigers, mammoths and other creatures lived in that area in the distant past. There is a museum dedicated to creatures of that distant past called The La [...]
 
Book: DreamDate.com by Cathy McDowell
Janice, or Janny as her sister Faith calls her is looking for love on the internet. At forty something and recently divorced, she's met several men and was ready to throw in the towel when she gets a new message from Jim. In the meantime, her mom gets sick and she has to go out of town. Back at home in Florida, she meets Jim and after several months she wishes she hadn't. Her story is common [...]
 
Book: Starflake on Thrill World Volume One by Nicola Cuti
Thrill World used to be a paradise when it was first built by Jonas Grebe. It contained a children's hospital, where children from all parts of the galaxy could come to be cured of alien diseases, and while they waited, there was a planet-wide zoo filled with creatures from across the universe and an amusement park packed with rides in the galaxy. But now, the planet that used to be a haven for [...]
 
Book: We Create Nothing! We Manifest All Things by Mirko Popovich
Do our thoughts and emotions really create our reality? No, our thoughts and emotions do not create reality; they merely define what portion of what already exist we perceive and experience as real. This is a rock-solid conclusion and, as a matter of fact, we are totally unable to create anything at all because Creation is complete and finished. This may sound too drastic and totally nonsensical [...]
 
Book: 90 Things That Irritate The S**t Out Of Me...Or At Least Make Me Frown by G. Eric Francis
"I will say the language for me was a little too much but once I got past all of that I will say it's easy reading." "The sad thing is that the humor was diminished by the vulgar language." "Laugh out loud funny and downright poignant at others times, this is a good piece of work." Sigh. The above are samples of reviews from my 4th book, "90 Things That Irritate The Sh** Out Of Me...Or At Least [...]
 
Book: A Date with Angel - and other things that weren't supposed to happen by J. Judkins
Kim could tell at a glance Angel wasn't the average attractive yet poorly disguised extraterrestrial scout sent to assess Earth's defenses before the inevitable alien invasion. Angel's memory loss cover story? Lame. Robbing a passing ruffian of his shirt to cover her naked body? NOT a good way to avoid attracting attention! As a science fiction geek, Kim felt herself uniquely qualified to watch [...]
 
Book: Things Go Wrong For Me (when life hands you lemons, add vodka) by Rodney Lacroix
FINALIST - 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards (Humor/Humour) FINALIST - 2013 National Indie Excellence Book Awards (Humor/Humour) Think you've got it bad? You ain't seen nothing yet. Murphy's Law, meet Rodney's Law. If it can go wrong, it has already happened to Rodney Lacroix in the worst, most comedic way humanly possible. And you'll find all of those stories right here, in full-color [...]
 
Book: Things We Once Held Dear by Ann Tatlock
"It is a joy to savor Tatlock's stories." Publisher's Weekly New Yorker Neil Sadler returns to his hometown of Mason, Ohio, where the small-town was rocked by the suspicious death of Helen Syfert, the mother of Neil's friend, Mary. As the pair reconnects, Neil learns their once-close relationship hasn't survived the tragedy of Mary's loss. In time, though, the couple finds that what pushed them [...]
 
Book: 12 Things Successful People Know (That You Don't)! Learn Them and Reach the Top by Jeffrey Littorno
Ask ten people and you will most likely get ten different definitions of success. To some, it might mean getting that dream job. To others, success could mean meeting the right person and enjoying wedded bliss. Still others might see success as having boatloads of money. To a parent, success might mean rasing your children to be terrific people. To a student, success is probably getting an A on [...]
 
Book: Act Two for Three by Barbara Fox
A little book about the friendship between Jenna, the actress trying to adjust to life as a widow, Natalie, who chose a career instead of marriage and Liz,wife/mother/grandmother/volunteer/former cabaret singer. They think their lives are settled; they don't expect any drastic changes but they are in for some surprises. Travel, internet dating,family problems, new friends, computer classes, a [...]
 
Book: Accomplished - How to Go from Dreaming to Doing by Jodi Flynn
Accomplished : How to go from Dreaming to Doing takes you through a simple, step by step system that gives you the foundation and structure to take your goals and make them happen . Mindset has been shown to be a critical factor in the achievement of any goal. By cultivating a new mindset you will gain the self-confidence and a new level of self-leadership to commit to your dream, overcome stress [...]
 
Book: Dark Tidings by Ken Magee
What happens when ancient magic meets the internet? One thing is certain, modern life will never be the same again. A thousand years ago, a young thief, Tung, and a disgraced wizard, Madrick, are thrust together in an executioner's dungeon. In the darkness, Madrick reveals an incredible secret about a legendary spell. The great spell helps them escape their prison cell... and eventually their [...]
 
Book: Things You Need to Know About Your Thyroid - (but nobody tells you) by Bette Dowdell
If you've been told you have thyroid problems, we need to talk. Bette Dowdell has been there and done that, and this book talks about what Bette learned that got her hair, brain and energy back. Thyroid problems are a mess, and they lead to even larger messes if you don't take care of business. This book has the "in the trenches" information you need to answer your questions.
 
Book: Second Age - A Recall of Things Gone By and a Bit of Now by Carl A. Franson
You're pulled into Second Age and the author's travels and adventures in the early 1930's during the Great Depression. He wrote simply and directly, from the heart, in a warm and personal manner that you enjoy reading. You live his adventures when he was a student and as a young man. He and a poet friend floated part way down the Mississippi in a shanty boat, with adventures, challenges, and good [...]
 
Book: Outernet by D.P. Nicholls
Imagine a world without the internet. For some, this would be a catastrophe: for others, a Godsend. For one man, however, it has become a necessity and with his power and money, he is determined to see his fantasy turned into reality. In this novella, D. P. Nicholls examines the consequences of one man's actions in a story of greed, intrigue and murder. * This is a new, revised edition * ** [...]
 
Book: The Thick of Things (In Medias Res Book 1) by J. L. Campbell
Life has a way of going awry when you least expect it, and Khalila Skyers learns this lesson the hard way. In one devastating blow after another, she loses her cosy existence. Then Douglas Blythe overtakes her life like a flood, and she's not equipped to deal with an attraction that seems forbidden and overwhelming. But her body and heart want what they want, and leave her wondering if she ever [...]
 
Book: The End Timers by Q Allen
Is Tammy losing her mind or is she uncovering a government conspiracy? Casual doomsday prepper Tamara Umbra just bought a membership into a luxury fallout shelter called The End Timers. During a weekend visit to the shelter an incident occurs trapping her and her fellow members inside. Not able to take her medication, she begins to hear a voice in her head. At first she makes an effort to fit in [...]
 


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