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Book: The Eighties Ladies - Historical Fiction & Chick Lit short story about the eighties! by Jacqueline Terrill
An epic short story of the 80's & memories that will last forever! Two friends in the 1980's were graduating from Cosmetology School. They went clubbing every Friday downtown. When Jen, and Aubrey started dating their new boyfriends in town they became head-over-heels. Is their new love everlasting, or does their relationships take a turn for the worst?
 
Book: What She Knew by K. R. Hughes, Tamy Lee Burns
While many believe that Marilyn Monroe was murdered on that fateful night in August 1962, the real question still remains. What was the actual reason for her demise? Marilyn was a well-loved personality who ran in all the right (or wrong) circles. What could she possibly know that was such a threat to someone that only her death would bring them security? Was it Hollywood and the finishing of the [...]
 
Book: Foundations (The Journey of Why) by Christophor Rick
For generations, the Product has been dug out of the ground, packed up and placed in Storage Wagons, to be carried away by the Locomotor. The asking of questions gets one 'disappeared' often, never to be seen again. But with so many questions needing to be asked how could one not? Myranda, 12-year-old troublemaker, finally asks one too many questions and gets sent to Administration. This is the [...]
 
Book: Heart To Hart by Erin O'Quinn
Gay retro with a twist... Two unlikely men meet in 1923 Ireland. Michael McCree seems to be a newspaperman, running from a past in Boston. He's a lover of men and a drinker of whiskey, and yet one with some surprising depths and one huge secret. Simon Hart is a surly, angry, altogether closeted and touch-me-not fellow, a Cambridge-educated private investigator whose business partner has been [...]
 
Book: Tee for two by Sybil Powell
This is my eighth book and with the exception of the trilogy Evergreen they are all totally different yet all in some way reflect the experiences I have had in my life. Not too long ago I took up golf which stimulated this book and made me wonder about the private lives of professional golfers. They too must have ups and downs just like Gemma in this book perhaps not as strange or dramatic but [...]
 
Book: Age Should Never Be An Excuse For Not Succeeding by Chris Vaca
I originally wrote this book after I lost my mortgage business because of the great housing crash, losing just about everything I had at the age of 57. Even though things are much better these days, a book with such a topic will always be needed. Whether you have lost a job or a business, you need to know that there is a way back no matter what your situation might be. People need to know that [...]
 
Book: Beyond The Music by Shannon Brown
Ellen left her life behind when she moved to Canada. Is she ready to start over with a mysterious stranger? Summer 1966. 21-year-old Ellen Daniels has moved to Canada to help out her family's business. She's left everything behind and now the business is failing, she's all alone, and she's just learned her boyfriend's been seeing someone else. Then one day an enigmatic stranger shows up. Ellen [...]
 
Book: Ebay and Beyond - What's Hot and What's Not In Antiques and Collectibles - The Picture Edition by Jonathon Jones
This comprehensive summary, combining text and over 275 images, will take you on a journey encompassing fifteen intense years of online buying and selling experience, and will cover a wide range of antiques and collectibles, from early 18th century porcelain to 1980s action figures, discussing what is hot and what is not for 2014 and beyond. The categories discussed are as follows: Glass, [...]
 
Book: Sparring With Shadows by Erin O'Quinn
Something about Simon Hart's new PI partner Michael McCree not to mention his secret vocation invites trouble. Simon finds himself sparring with shadows: in the hidden bedrooms of a roaring twenties version of a gay bar...as a chained wall decoration in the flat of a thief and sexual deviant...as the quarry in a deadly confrontation in an exhibitionist's bed...and finally in a sewer tunnel [...]
 
Book: Dracula in Dior - The Ultimate A-Z Fashion Guide for the Undead and Those Who Wish To Be by Scarlett Stoker
Twilight. True Blood. Dracula. Vampires are hotter than the sun they don't walk in, and why? Because they have the only two things we humans all want. Eternal life. Eternal thinness. Yet when it comes to style, vampires might as well stake themselves. Sure, their books sell millions and their movies pack them in, but too many are still dressing like the Count from Sesame Street. That's why undead [...]
 
Book: Desire (Ring Dreams Retro) by Jezebel Jorge
Billy Dalton dropped out of school at only sixteen to pursue a career as a professional wrestler. The business killed both his grandpa and his mother, so with nothing left to lose Billy is determined to make a better life for himself with a new start in Charlotte, North Carolina.What he doesn't count on is falling for the daughter of his mentor and the territory's top star, the legendary Paul [...]
 
Book: The Video Game Adventures of Monte McGnarly by George Giese
Monte McGnarly is a ten-year-old boy with a kind heart and a sense of adventure. And a magical cowboy hat that pulls him INSIDE his old video games! Lighthearted, lyrical, original tales inspired by video game classics, The Video Game Adventures of Monte McGnarly are good fun for gamers of all ages. To describe them lyrically: To the gamers from way back, And the fans of games old, Come along for [...]
 
Book: Toys, Games, and Action Figure Collectibles of the 1970s - Volume I Action Jackson to Gre-Gory the Bat by Jonathon Jones
Chock full of 800 pictures and over 75 categories that cover boy and girl toys both, this is the first book in a series that will help to define what 70's playtime was all about. From action figures to general toys to games, this guidebook will give visual examples as well as a checklist on a wide variety of items that were produced during this fantastic decade. Whether you're a collector or [...]
 
Book: Murder Manhattan Style by Warren Bull
In this short story collection, Warren Bull takes his readers across the American landscape with stories of justice and injustice, truth and speculation, and humor and noir. The Manhattan in the title sometimes refers to the suave part of New York and sometimes to its prairie twin in Kansas. The stories are equally diverse. Bull writes tales of children outwitting their elders in the name of [...]
 
Book: Style, Chic, Trendy, Cheap - How to Get an Expensive Wardrobe to Fit Any Paycheck by Elle Campbell
A past graduate of Parsons School of Design, Elle Campbell held internships with companies such as BCBG Max Azria and MTV and had worked in merchandising and buying for contemporary fashion companies like True Religion and Juicy Couture. Now a fashion and lifestyle writer, Elle Campbell really knows what she is talking about when she is using her years of expertise to inform readers how to have [...]
 
Book: The Bad Wife by Madelene Martin
Hannah is a 20-something, hard working woman trapped in a boring, sexless marriage. As she grows increasingly dissatisfied, her sex drive demands more, and Hannah longs to experience new things. The problem is, her husband isn't passionate about anything, and that includes sex. Frustrated with her lacklustre love-life, she turns to her male co-workers for fun and flirtation, longing to feel sexy [...]
 
Book: The heart of a lion! - E-Hare by Serge and Kristina Lapytski
This is an interesting book about a very smart and energetic little hare, and his adventures. When E-Hare, like any other child, goes to school or plays with his friends, he has to meet certain challenges such as bullying at school and tough homework, while learning invaluable lessons like how to study hard, have fun and so on. This book is written in a fiction rhyme style. The idea is to help [...]
 
Book: Short and Sweet - 19 New Zealand Romances by Kris Pearson
Romance novelist Kris Pearson has gathered together her three current collections of short stories, added four new tales, and republished them as this bumper collection of nineteen. Some have appeared in mass-market magazines, some have been produced for radio. Most have been contest winners or finalists. They're all tender uplifting stories guaranteed to make your heart beat a little faster and [...]
 
Book: On the Other Side of Goodbye - Will our last goodbye be forever? by Mable Dotson
On the Side of Goodbye, a Christian romance, is about a teenage girl growing up in the coal mining camps in Eastern Kentucky of the Appalachian Mountains. She is bullied at school because of the way her mother made her dress and it causes her to be a loner. Her father gets killed in a mining accident and leaves her to take care of her ailing mother. While trying to take care of her mother, she [...]
 
Book: Of Foreign Build - From Corporate Girl to Sea-Gypsy Woman by Jackie Parry
After suffering an emotionally-brutal bereavement and against her counsellor's advice, Jackie ran away. Suddenly within a new culture, with a new husband, and no friends, she was living in the obscure world of cruising with zero knowledge of boats. Crashing within the first twenty-four hours, Jackie realised life would never be the same again; a floating home with no fridge or hot water, and with [...]
 
Book: Mapp at Fifty - A Mapp and Lucia story in the style of the originals by E.F.Benson by Hugh Ashton
Elizabeth Mapp-Flint of Tilling is approaching her fiftieth birthday, and plans a party to celebrate the event. However, as so often happens in Tilling, things don't go entirely according to plan, as Major Benjy, her husband, over-refreshes himself at the party, and presents her with an entirely unwelcome birthday gift. Meanwhile, Emmeline ("Lucia") Pillson and her husband Georgie, together with [...]
 
Book: A New Place, Another Murder (A Sheridan Hendley Mystery Book 1) by Christa Nardi
Sometimes you need to be careful what you wish for. Pretty much settled into her new home in Appomattox with Brett and his daughter, Sheridan longs for something to keep her busy. That is, until Maddie and her new friend are framed for theft and murder. Not quite the distraction she had hoped for, but she'll turn over every rock to prove their innocence. In the process, she learns about the [...]
 
Book: Inspired by Paris - Why Borrowing from the French Is Better Than Being French by Jordan Phillips
Part travel narrative and part lifestyle guide, Inspired by Paris: Why Borrowing from the French Is Better Than Being French is a must-read for anyone who's ever dreamed about traveling to or living in France. Author Jordan Phillips is a bona fide Francophile. Just show her a wedge of oozy French cheese or a slightly dilapidated Mansard roof, and she'll swoon every time. Before moving to New [...]
 
Book: Nothing Stays the Same - A Young Adult Rock 'n' Roll Time Travel Romance (Soul Mates Book 2) by Catherine Chant
How far would you go to save someone's life? Leah and Brennan are going all the way back to 1973. One Choice Changes Everything... In 1973, The Beat Detectors are the hottest TV pop band to hit the airwaves since The Monkees, thanks to the appealing vocals of rising teen idol Ronnie Basford. But behind the scenes, not everything is rainbows and unicorns. Ronnie realizes much too late that one bad [...]
 
Book: Hometown Girl Forever (Hometown Series Book 3) by Kirsten Fullmer
Lizzie gave up her stressful job in Boston to embrace her love of all things country in Smithville PA. Her farm, a new job at the spa, and her pet alpacas are a dream come true, if only her meddling, matchmaking, socialite mother would back off. Elliot, a successful architect from Washington, DC, designed the new spa, but he certainly hadn't envisioned the exotic bohemian style manager or her [...]
 
Book: Find The Best in U - Quick guide to personal style, positive attitude and inner strength to bring out the best from you by Leena Joshi
'Find The Best In U' is about finding your personal style combined with positive attitude and inner strength. It is a quick guide about bringing out the best from you. In todays turbulent and competitive world , people are looking for ways for self help and improvement to become the better version of themselves. Being an image consultant and a motivational i always wanted to reach out to more [...]
 
Book: Novel Revision Prompts - Make Your Good Book Great - Self-Edit Your Plot, Scenes & Style (Writer's Craft 17) by Rayne Hall
You've written a novel, and the draft brims with promise. Now you're revising it to shape it into a gripping work of fiction readers can't put down. Revising a novel is fun. With each change, you see your book grow closer to your vision and gain more power. In this book, I offer you ideas on how to bring out your novel's full potential. Play with them, experiment, explore where they'll lead. To [...]
 
Book: The Free Cook Book - New Style of Cooking and Baking by Carmen Schott
Have you ever wondered why diets don't work, or if they do the effects don't last? Have you ever had the feeling that certain foods did not sit that well with your system? Welcome to my world. I test for food sensitivities and have experienced professionally as well as personally the benefits of adjusting ones diet. The biggest challenge was to find alternatives for all our favourite foods, the [...]
 
Book: A Suite Deal - A Clean Small-Town Romance (Suite Love in Buttermilk Falls Book 1) by Sue Gibson
Opposite-attract, but nobody ever said it'd be easy! Dumped by her fiance, Lily Greensly retreats to Buttermilk Falls to help out at her family's rustic fishing lodge... But when she finds a new-age hotel spoiling the view from her cherished Osprey Island, Lily decides that the Nirvana Hotel's handsome owner warrants closer scrutiny. Ambitious hotelier, Ethan Weatherall, is determined to buy [...]
 
Book: Riotous Retirement by Brian Robertson & Ron Smallwood
"A laugh a minute fun read, as an outburst of chaotic humor abounds when newly retired over 50's adapt to a new lifestyle and different friends when downsizing to Burnside Retirement Village, all under the eagle eye of Manager Helga. Hilarious cartoons, eye-catching cover and end of chapter limericks bring the stories to life. The authors deserve a courage medal for this pearl". Independent [...]
 
Book: Writing Vivid Settings - Professional Techniques for Fiction Authors (Writer's Craft Book 10) by Rayne Hall
Do you want your readers to feel like they're really there in the place where the story happens? Whether you want to enrich stark prose with atmospheric detail, add vibrancy to a dull piece or curb waffling descriptions, this guide can help. Learn how to make your settings intense, realistic, and intriguing. This is the tenth book in Rayne Hall's acclaimed Writer's Craft series.
 
Book: My Billionaire Hero Next Door - A Clean Small-Town Romance (The Billionaire Brothers of Frontenac Mills Book 1) by Sue Gibson
Billionaire, Harry Walker, is determined to protect the maple forests... As a scientist, he thrives on researching innovative break-throughs. That's why Walker Industries dominates the syrup business, and why his Frontenac Mill's mansion is often empty. But where has the knock-out next door been hiding? And when did she move back into town? There's nothing more challenging to a scientist than [...]
 
Book: Murder Caribbean-Style (High Seas Mystery - Book 1) by Diane Rapp
Praise for Murder Caribbean-Style: "Sometimes a reader needs to curl up with a deliciously good book and disappear from their own world for awhile. Murder Caribbean-Style spirited me away into a world that oozed with the charms of such exotic locations as Barbados, St. Thomas, Sint Maarten and Puerto Rico. Diane Rapp offers a gift to her readers: She whets an adventurer's appetite with zesty, [...]
 
Book: Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers - The Ultimate Frugal Reference Guide for Avoiding Word Trippers and Crafting Gatekeeper-Perfect Copy, ...
Carolyn Howard-Johnson picks the trip-you-up words that her clients struggle with and puts them in a quick reference guide light enough and small enough to be used as an quickie gift that the recipient can tuck into a glove compartment or purse to keep their homonym skills fresh and explains why following grammar rules assiduously isn't always the best choice for writers. "Carolyn Howard-Johnson [...]
 
Book: An English Custom by James Henry
Major Rupert Stonely came home after a dubious career selling surplus army equipment. Unfortunately, the army didn't know that. He had also expected to inherit his late mother's estate; she, it seemed, had other ideas. Rupert was about to be usurped by a glorified-waiter and he, quite literally, didn't have the balls to do anything about it. Timothy Montague however, did - he just didn't know how [...]
 


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