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This book describes the chronology of events that led up to getting diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Dr. Fox describes in depth the family dynamics and child abuse he believes laid the foundation for being susceptible to getting MS. It is a detailed look at how a psychologist constructed a treatment and personal approach that sent Multiple Sclerosis into remission. The many medical approaches are described in depth. [...]
 
It's Not as Bad as it Sounds (my life with MS & Fibro) by Yvonne Decelis
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The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Book - New Edition by Tessa Buckley
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America Libre by Raul Ramos y Sanchez
After years of anti-immigrant backlash, anger seethes in the nation's teeming barrios. The crowded streets bristle with restless youth, idled by a deep recession. When undercover detectives in San Antonio accidentally kill a young Latina bystander during a botched drug bust, riots erupt across the Southwest. As the inner-city violence escalates, Anglo vigilantes strike back with shooting rampages. Exploiting the turmoil, a [...]
 
The Last Drop - The Last Drop Series #1 by Andrea Perno
Jeremy always said Space Academy was Earth's last hope. People only dream of leaving a dying planet in search of better lives. Avery never expected he would be forced to do just that. On the heels of his brother's murder, his father's disappearance and Earth's dwindling water supply now contaminated with a deadly virus, Avery and his younger brother have no choice but to leave Earth behind and join the survivors migrating to [...]
 
Looking Glass Friends by E. L. Neve
Winner of 15 BOOK AWARDS: a Lyrical love Story, inspired by real letters "This novel features an original and fascinating premise... Readers will be compelled to keep reading until the very end." ~ Booklife by Publishers Weekly. When our souls fall in love before our bodies meet... LOOKING GLASS FRIENDS is a story about finding your soul's reflection, the ideal person put on this earth just for you. But what if you are [...]
 
Finding Hope - When Facing Serious Disease by Dr. Steven J. Sommer
When he almost lost his life in 2012, holistic medical practitioner Dr.Steven Sommer, became inspired and determined to share his experience andknowledge before his life was done. The result is this, his first book. In it,he shares his patients' and his own personal journey exploring how to defy theodds with Meditation as medicine, Lifestyle as therapy, Mind-body weaving,Epigenetics, Complementary therapies, Humor that heals, [...]
 
The Psychology of Music Performance Anxiety by Dianna T. Kenny
Why are some performers exhilarated and energized about performing in public, while others feel a crushing sense of fear and dread, and experience public performance as an overwhelming challenge that must be endured? What are the factors that produce such vastly different performance experiences? Why have consummate artists like Frederic Chopin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Pablo Cassals, Tatiana Troyanos, and Barbra Streisand [...]
 
Renaissance - The Fall and Rise of a King by Marla Skidmore
The Plain of Redemore, 22nd August 1485 - Richard III - betrayed and defeated! His gaze sweeps over the bloody carnage surrounding him. A cry goes up: "We have found the king!" He sees Henry Tudor standing triumphant over a mauled and battered corpse and hears him whisper, "It is done. England is mine." How can this be, when he is not dead? With the help of his celestial mentor Father Gilbert, a Franciscan monk, Richard will [...]
 
I'm Hot!... and I'm Bald! Chemotherapy for Winners by Elaine Jesmer
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Pond Punkies Book One - The Arrival by Lisa Riebe, Cindy A. Nunn
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Ada's Daughter by Jacqueline Maduneme
Jacqueline Maduneme's life should have been paved with the types of stories little girls dream of, but the landscape of her life was torn apart by a commanding and overbearing father and a series of horrors that would tear most anyone apart and ruin them for life. Ada's Daughter recounts the life of Nigerian-born Jacqueline Maduneme who endured and overcame physical and emotional pain and suffering most anyone would find [...]
 
Solo Vietnam (Flying Solo Series Book 2) by Jeanette Vaughan
French Cajun Aviatrix. A-4 Skyhawk pilot. Vietnam. Nora Broussard dares to earn her wings gaining liberty. Despite the heroics, her heart remains unrequited and broken. When she finds out her star-crossed lover is now free, yet thousands of miles away from New Orleans flying bombing missions in Vietnam, nothing will keep her away. The U.S. government won't let her fly combat in a war zone, so she uses her next best assets - [...]
 
Travel To The G-Spot -- The Guide Book by Steve Cohen
It's hard being travel writer Danny Gladstone. There are all those first-class free trips, all over the world, staying in the best hotels, eating at the finest restaurants. Terribly stressful. There are women! There are drugs. Then there's the family back home. He tells himself he does it all for them, but... When Danny learns he's dying, it triggers a late wave of self-reflection. His story is a look back at the choices he's [...]
 
Quintspinner - A Pirate's Quest (Quintspinner Series) by Dianne Greenlay
(*previously titled QUINTSPINNER - A PIRATE'S QUEST) Even in the year 1717, one month, one week, or one day, can make all the difference in the world. One month ago, Tess Willoughby, the daughter of a well-to-do physician in London, witnessed the murder of an old seer and came into possession of the dead woman's odd ring - an ancient Spinner ring, known by the locals as the Ring of Prophesy. One month less a day ago, she was [...]
 
Tapestries and other short stories by Alana Woods
A collection of five short stories by Australian author Alana Woods, the Intrigue Queen of thriller fiction How's about a little romance tale with a happy ending? Or perhaps another with a punch-in-the-gut jolt at the finale? They're right here. Would you prefer a really short one that'll make you laugh 'til your eyes water and your sides hurt - so funny that you'll have to hang onto the chair arms to keep from falling over? [...]
 
Near + Far by Cat Rambo
Whether set in terrestrial oceans or on far-off space stations, Cat Rambo's masterfully told stories explore themes of gender, despair, tragedy, and the triumph of both human and non-human alike. Cats talk, fur wraps itself around you, aliens overstay their welcome, and superheroes deal with everyday problems. Rambo has been published in Asimov's, Weird Tales, and Tor.com among many others. She was an editor for Fantasy [...]
 
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YOU ... and an Army of Ten! TEN-HUT! Gear up for your writing with tried-and-true tips from the trenches. Ten award-winning authors share invaluable tips and secrets they've gleaned the hard way, offering a broad range of insights and opinions on the best way to tackle subjects such as the following: Plotting Techniques - Research - Characterization - Villains We Love to Hate - Dynamic Dialogue - Sigh-Worthy Heroes - The [...]
 
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Eve is a mother to us all. Here is her story of longing, anguish, and hope... Eve wants nothing more than to fulfill God's two commandments: live in absolute obedience and replenish the earth with her children. But the power of the Destroyer is strong, and when she's told she has a chance to fulfill the second commandment by breaking the first... she takes it. Expelled from a garden paradise into a wild, dangerous world, Eve [...]
 
Sweet Melissa - Shine On You Crazy Junkie a memoir (Book Six 6) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
After decades of heroin addiction and crime the author finally wakes up as reality strikes her hard in the gut. She is chained to her deathbed with correctional officers by her side. The doctor has told her that there is nothing more they can do for her and she will most likely die within a few days.
 
Myagrace Wants to Get Ready - A True Story Promoting Inclusion and Self-Determination by Jo Meserve Mach
MyaGrace loves music and dancing. Her school is having a big dance and she wants to go with her friend Emily. She has so much to do to get ready. What should she wear? How should she fix her hair? What color should she paint her fingernails? Will she get everything done in time? Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories.
 
Immortal Relations - Coming Out by Guy D. Ogan
After saving mankind from a war between two major powers before it went nuclear and solving two ecological disasters, our guardian vampires discuss coming out to humans. Seeing a potential for an open relationship protecting humans from evil vampires, criminals & power-mad politicians, a newer member of the good coven proposes they support patriots fighting for humanitarian liberty. This idea for an open relationship seems [...]
 
Sublime Planet (The Celebration Series of Poetry) by Magdalena Ball, Carolyn Howard-Johnson & Ann Howley (Photographer)
"Sublime Planet begins with Carolyn Howard Johnson's love poems to the living world, rapturous poems, expansive in spirit yet precise in detail: 'An impossible moth,/dark eye at its center, opaque//helicopter blades buzz and blur... .' In Magdalena Ball's darker meditations, hurt and thirst have entered the world facilitated, in part, by the machinations of civilization. While Howard-Johnson's poems praise, Ball's seem to [...]
 

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