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Book: Love on Air (Rivals in Love Book 4) by P.C. Zick
Two TV newscasters find common ground in their pursuit of the story. But their methods for coping with horrific news collide during a shooting at Navy Pier. Diamond Crandall anchors his own cable news show, The Diamond Report, and is resented by some for his age and lack of experience. But he's proven himself as a solid journalist, and most of his colleagues respect him. When Hope Colson shows up [...]
 
Book: Ethics Basics - A Jargon-Free Guide For Beginners by Doug Erlandson
How to Think About Right and Wrong Ethics Made Simple In Ethics Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners, Dr. Doug Erlandson offers an easy-to-understand introduction to philosophical ethics. Drawing on his three decades of teaching introductory college-level courses in philosophy, Erlandson takes the reader step by step through the various approaches to ethics, describing the strengths and [...]
 
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: Ethics - A Concise Handbook On Contemporary Issues by Dr. Charles Craig Lantz
This concise handbook on "ethics" will address many issues that our culture is struggling with that force people, many times, to make "tough choices" between "right" and "wrong." Ethical questions are life questions that people encounter in the process of living and to which they respond in the reality of their own lives. All activity implies such a taking of positions. Human activity is never a [...]
 
Book: Playtoon and the BugTube by Kamon Therrien
Playtoon and the BugTube is an analogy for children. Through the eyes of ants, the children will see and understand that when we want to upload on the Internet we need to be mindful of what we are uploading. The story is meant to be funny, highly entertaining and a social lesson highly relevant to our time.
 
Book: In My Corner by Susan O'Brien Fischer
"In My Corner" is a book about the trials and tribulations of motherhood, gardening, and life in general. In a series of newspaper columns written by Susan O'Brien Fischer for the Sedalia Democrat and posts from her care pages, the book details her views on life as she dealt with brain cancer. Although she was only in her late forties, the book is full of wisdom, encouragement, and life [...]
 
Book: Lamb's Blood by Jerry Genesio
Lamb's Blood is a novel set in Washington, D.C., Boston, and Nicaragua, 1978, during the Sandinista Revolution. American journalist Mark Marino lives with the knowledge that he allowed officials to lie to him when he was a war correspondent in Vietnam. He feels in some way responsible for the millions who died during that conflict, one of whom was his own brother. A decade later he witnesses an [...]
 
Book: Wonderment by Nigel Hey
Book Description Publication Date: October 1, 2012 Wonderment: A Love Affair with Adventure, Writing, Travel, Philosophy, and Family Life keeps the action going from the author's innocent childhood introduction to sex to the danger and suspense of driving a waterlogged tunnel in the Greek mountains. This is the first-person story of a lifelong writer who was born with an insatiable curiosity and [...]
 
Book: Scoop of Lies by Perry Kincaid
How far would you go to save your job? David Clay is a recent college graduate and newlywed struggling to cope with the disappointment of "real life" after earning his journalism degree. With his mind full of grand ideas of writing award-winning stories to change the world, he is quickly introduced to the mundane and often unrewarding existence at a community newspaper. And then the economy [...]
 
Book: Protect The Innocent by Jim Calaway
The public's outrage with pedophiles makes this thought-provoking novel extremely relevant for today' reader. The plot, set in Northeast Mississippi reveals the provocative details of Detective Shaun Sullivan's determination to understand and deal with the influx of pedophiles into his area. The antagonist, a convicted pedophile returns and threatens Shaun's family forcing him to make decisions [...]
 
Book: Arthur's Return by Duncan Wallace
Ever wondered what it would be like to finish school early and head off into the wider world in search of adventure? Well, this is exactly what Arthur decides to do. Though happy and content in the stillness and quiet of his home surroundings, Arthur's return is a tale of a young man's journey of exploration and self-discovery. A story that reflects on a life so far and of the youthful curiosity, [...]
 
Book: Life First by R.J. Crayton
"The prospect of being the human parts drawer society reaches into to cure its neediest patients would drive anyone mad." - Kelsey Reed, Life First - Strong-willed Kelsey Reed must escape tonight or tomorrow her government will take her kidney and give it to someone else. She'll need the help of her true love, Luke, to make this dangerous escape. This dystopian future Kelsey lives in was forged [...]
 
Book: Head Case by Jennifer Oko
As one reviewer states: "HEAD CASE is an enjoyable gem of a mystery, and more...There are drug-dealing grannies, pill-popping celebrities, Russian mob bosses, eccentric ex-Soviet chemists, feuding roommates, faltering friendships, bad bosses and a rat named Raskolnikov - so how can you not have fun?" HEAD CASE is a new, exciting and sometimes laugh-out-loud funny mystery from an author whose work [...]
 
Book: Akard Drearstone by Michael D. Smith
A cinder block falls on Akard Drearstone's head and he trades his print shop job for lead guitar. Months later, as the four members of the Akard Drearstone Group face the onslaught of national fame at their rural Texas commune, twelve-year-old Jan Pace nurses her crush for the narcissistic, paranoid bassist Jim Piston, growing up way too fast in a surreal summer between seventh and eighth grade.
 
Book: Wings at Dawn by Marie Balustrade
Journalist Alexander Adler returns to India to research a story on child prostitution and trafficking, only to end up embroiled in a situation far deeper than he ever imagined. Alex and his companions Julian Lopez and Matthew Cornwall weave their way through the darker corners of society and are entangled in a child trafficking rescue mission that comes at a high price.
 
Book: Kidnapped By Nuns - And Other Stories of a Life on the Radio by Bob Fuss
Taking readers on a journey over the last four decades of news from Hollywood to Washington and around the world from Andorra to Zimbabwe. Ride the campaign plane with Ronald Reagan, get the inside story of why Congress is such a disaster and share adventure travel stories from a globetrotting correspondent. Retired CBS News Correspondent Bob Fuss has traveled with half a dozen Presidents, [...]
 
Book: A Simple Cure by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
A Simple Cure is a fast paced thriller that may save your life. From a top reviewer: A Simple Cure is an "Intense, Riveting, Medical Thriller." The novel engages the reader in the search for the cure of malignant melanoma, a cancer that kills one American every hour. If you think for one moment that A Simple Cure by Lawrence W. Gold is going to be another run of the mill medical mystery/thriller [...]
 
Book: Dilemma by Jacquie Johnson
In Chicago, the name Jon Elliott garners attention. When the legal mastermind offers to mentor Alexis Winters, Bingham, Elliott and Bright's newest associate, she jumps at the opportunity sure this will launch her career. But Jon has a dark side, one that demands unquestioning loyalty and a willingness to defy the spirit of the law, if not the letter. Thrust into Jon's world and expected to play [...]
 
Book: The Flautist by John Needham
Leah Weisman is a twenty-something flautist (flute player) trained at the renowned Juilliard music school in New York. Unfortunately, she makes disastrous choices in men. Benjamin Wolfewitz, now Walters, is a Londoner and one-time refugee and has two things in common with Leah: he's also Jewish, at least by birth, and also a flautist, with a top London orchestra. Patrick Brennan is [...]
 
Book: Trapped (Brier Hospital Series) by Lawrence Gold, M.D.
Emotionally involved with the characters, you hope for a happy ending and prepare for the worst December 18, 2013 By Charles Ashbacher HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE There is enough major trauma and emotional angst in this book to provide the initial threads for four novels. Mike is a physician and Lisa is a nurse that works in neonatal intensive care that grew up in an extremely abusive [...]
 
Book: Bushels And Barrels - Redefining The American Dream by Lee Ray
In today's volatile world, many Americans struggle to just survive, much less achieve something as lofty as the American Dream. After all, financial, family, and emotional challenges have created a sense of doubt, despair, and destruction in the life we all once chased. This isn't the life we dreamed of and worked so hard to achieve, is it? In Bushels and Barrels, author Lee Ray takes us on a [...]
 
Book: The Feline Comedy by Maria Ivana Trevisani Bach
This is basically an educational novel (bildungsroman): a fantasy novel - with highly innovative content and characters - in which magic, fantasy and mystery are intertwined. The story is about the friendship between young Martina and Leonardo, the magic cat Mozot, and their journey into a magical world that metaphorically describes the two youngsters' psychological progress from sorrow to [...]
 
Book: Conversation With A Dead Man - A contemporary historical murder mystery by George Pica
"Conversation With A Dead Man" is an experimental novel, one that tests whether the narrative in an 800-page murder mystery can be contained almost exclusively in dialogue among the book's three principals. It begins with the murder of Country & Western star Sonny Weathers outside his Memphis home late one evening in 2012. His assailant, a complete stranger, appears to have been motivated by an [...]
 
Book: Leaving Story Avenue - My journey from the projects to the front page by Paul LaRosa
Emmy-Award winning CBS News producer Paul LaRosa's evocative memoir of his days growing up in a Bronx housing project and working as a reporter at The New York Daily News in the late 1970s. Paul was a clueless kid growing up in a Bronx housing project when he discovered there might be more to life. As the projects went from idyllic to dangerous, Paul made his way to The New York Daily News where [...]
 
Book: The New Age of Chivalry - Heroism, Healing and a New Code of Knighthood by Queue McPherson
I recently experienced a blazing moment of clarity after discovering some startling similarities between elements of stoic philosophy, taoist thought, and the mystical christian thought that has dominated the Rosicrucian, Masonic, and cabalistic orders throughout western culture. The perpetual human search for Zen-like mental clarity and stoic indifference being of particular importance to my [...]
 
Book: Past Deadline - a blurry glimpse into the aspen music beat by John Zelazny
For the past five years, I have been the music columnist for The Aspen Daily News. The position has had its ups and down, and in this piece I have presented my favorite moments from the journey. When I started writing about the music scene in Aspen, Colorado I had little to no idea of what I was doing. The position was given to me in a precarious way because, at the time, I was a burgeoning [...]
 
Book: Does Evil Exist? - Unveiling the Mystery by Mark Gerard Craig
Evil is a term that has generated a great deal of discussion and argument over the centuries. It is a curious term as what it points to is very difficult to capture in words and pin down. Consequently, this book asks the question: Does evil exist? Is it an actual thing identifiable in the world or is it an idea attached to a mystery beyond words to fathom? This book goes an impressive distance in [...]
 
Book: Silent Mystery - Inspirational selections from “Confessions of a Mystic” and “The Five Jewels” by Mark Gerard Craig
This book is somewhat of a taster for two earlier books of mine. Priced very reasonably, it allows the reader to sample the insights and ideas threaded throughout "Confessions of a Mystic" and "The Five Jewels." Divided into two parts, key sections tackle profound human questions in bite-sized easy to read chunks that may constitute a reflection on where you are in your personal journey. Within [...]
 
Book: The Helpers - Volume I by Suzanna E. Nelson
On the surface, Congo seems to be having the usual rebel conflict. Behind the scenes is a different story. "The Helpers" - a very powerful underground organization whose members include international businessmen and high priests are determined to maintain a stronghold on the natural resources of Congo. When American journalist, Jenny Osborne, and her photojournalist, John Spencer, arrive in [...]
 
Book: Commitment - Predatory Ethics - Book II by Athanasios
Sequel to Mad Gods the book that re-imagined myth and gods. Adam watched Mad Gods drag his father to Hell. Melusine Rothschild, Grande Dame of the Black Nobility wants to raise him by Predatory Ethics and guide him in wielding the power and influence of his dark birthright. Adam wants none of this. He watches his TV shows in one of Danvers Mental Hospital's nice padded rooms, snugly dressed in [...]
 
Book: The Crisis of Authority - Workforce Tensions by Myrah Tshabalala
The public service in South Africa faces an enormous challenge in improving service delivery not only to meet the citizens' expectations but to ensure quality life for the nation. The urgent need exists to establish what went wrong and how can the situation be turned around. The book established the root causes and the link between two key challenges identified by the government; management [...]
 
Book: Mad Gods - Predatory Ethics - Book I by Athanasios
Pixel Acclaim for Mad Gods A tense quick rambling story close enough to reality to be chilling. Vincent R. Colucci Think 300 with some Clive Barker and a little bit of the Exorcist thrown in. It will drive you to never stop reading and move to the next page. Albert Robins III An intricate plot that connects fascinating characters with momentum of this wonderfully ambitious narrative. Aman S Anand [...]
 
Book: Red Pen Redemption by Lori Stanley Roeleveld
What if God took you up on a dare? Helen Bancroft's led a good life and feels no need for her daughter's Savior. When God accepts Helen's dare to edit her autobiography and prove her righteousness, she's in for a lesson in her own history. One woman's journey from unbelief to acceptance turns into the Christmas Eve adventure of a lifetime beneath the red pen of Christ's mercy and grace.
 
Book: The Three Pillar Model for Business Decisions - Strategy, Law and Ethics by George Siedel
Your friend decides to order a pizza. President Obama decides to authorize the mission that leads to the death of Osama bin Laden. You decide that your business should launch a new product. What do these decisions have in common? They all require using the Three Pillar model of decision making. Our personal, leadership, and business decisions are based on a Law Pillar, a Strategy Pillar, and an [...]
 
Book: Vietnam Bao Chi - Warriors of Word and Film by Marc Phillip Yablonka
, the first film to realistically portray the Vietnam War; marine Steve Stibbens, the first Stars and Stripes reporter in Vietnam in early 1962; Jim Morris, 1st and 5th Special Forces Group, whose works such as War Story , recount the soldiering of the Green Berets and their Montagnard counterparts in the Central Highlands of Vietnam; John Del Vecchio, whose classic work of nonfiction, The 13th [...]
 


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