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  • Kicking the Bucket List: 100 Downsizing & Organizing Things to Do Before You Die

    by Gail Rubin

    Kicking the Bucket List: 100 Downsizing and Organizing Things to Do Before You Die is your guide to a clean house and a clear mind. Death educator Gail Rubin brings a light touch to cleaning out those dark recesses of your drawers and closets. In these pages, you’ll learn how to:

    •    Tackle downsizing without being overwhelmed by the job
    •    Evaluate what to keep, toss, donate and recycle
    •    Creatively remove excess goods from your home
    •    Manage your finances for t... more

  • The Zorzi Affair: A Novel of Galileo's Italy

    by Sylvia Prince
    In the rich world of Renaissance Venice, daughters are valuable commodities. But Zaneta Lucia refuses to be bartered away on the marriage market. Instead, she flees to Padua to study science. The only catch: she has to disguise herself as a boy to enroll at the university. Her new life seems perfect, but it can't last forever.
  • Rumors of War (Cadicle Vol. 1 - 3): An Epic Space Opera Series

    by A.K. DuBoff

    The Taran Empire is fighting a secret interdimensional war... and they're losing.

    Cris Sietinen joins the Tararian Selective Service to hone his latent telekinetic abilities, but being a TSS Agent puts him at the center of a galactic conspiracy.

    The TSS has been waging a generations-long war within a hidden dimensional rift against the Bakzen, a mysterious race skilled in advanced telekinesis. The only hope for victory is the prophesied Cadi... more

  • Big: Beginnings

    by Greyson Bryan
    Duncan Luke is no stranger to impossible situations. A high-priced international lawyer, he digs up business intelligence to eliminate threats to his clients or make them millions. Burned out, he wants to take refuge in academia, but his personal life implodes when his soon-to-be ex-wife seeks custody of his autistic son, Sam. To fight for Sam, Duncan is forced to take one last job - an assignment that takes him from LA to Tokyo to Panama City and further and further away from his beloved Sam.
  • Shattered

    by Kimberly Rae
    This book is the soon-to-be-released sequel to Shredded, Reviewed by Publisher's Weekly here: http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-5147-0151-5 Christian Romantic Suspense Revenge, Fears, and Lies... Can Anyone Be Trusted? Jean is finding freedom from her past and Grant has hopes for their future. Slash is in jail, and Candy moves forward with her new ministry despite it scandalizing half the church and forcing the rest to face their own prejudices and fears. When a former friend calls for he... more
  • Chasing Down the Moon

    by Carla Baku
    In 1883, a young Chinese woman is sold to human traffickers and taken from her family and home in the mountains of Hunan. In San Francisco, Ya Zhen is sold to a hotelier and sent to Eureka, a remote area of coastal California, where she must serve as an indentured prostitute. A small group of friends, determined to help Ya Zhen escape, is thwarted when a terrible accident precipitates the upheaval of the entire town and the clock starts ticking for everyone.
  • Head-On, Stories of Alopecia

    by Deeann Callis Graham
    This collection of personal narratives follows the courageous journeys of over 75 writers as they find their way after being diagnosed with alopecia areata. Their discovery of acceptance, adaptability, and finally celebration are intertwined in these thought-provoking inspiring stories and captivating photos.
  • The Smart One

    by Drew Yanno
    A SIMPLE LIST. TWELVE NAMES. NONE FAMILIAR. When an elderly small town doctor dies, his widow contacts his most famous former patient, a noted author and neuroscientist. It seems that the doctor has left him something. A list of names. A mystery of sorts. One that the doctor has taken great pains not to explain. But one that he feels the scientist alone can solve... What starts out as a lukewarm promise to honor the doctor's dying wish soon turns into a race halfway across the country to find... more
  • Judah's Scepter and the Sacred Stone

    by D. A. Brittain
    In 586 BC, Princess Teia, daughter of Judah's last king, begins a harrowing journey after she’s rescued by the prophet Jeremiah from the burning city of Jerusalem. They flee to Egypt, where amid Teia’s efforts to cope with devastating loss comes an unexpected awakening of her heart when she meets Eochaid, a foreign prince. The two young nobles fall in love, but are soon forced to part and follow their preordained destinies of ruling separate nations. Against the backdrop of daring escapes on ... more
  • Levels

    by D H Richards
    Talbot Singh is a small time fixer who is happy to kick around level 29 of a massive city that reaches over a mile into the sky. It's a city where the higher you go the more riches you enjoy, and the appearance of someone from a higher level can only mean one thing—trouble. So when Talbot is hired to investigate the murder of a family friend, what seems like tragic violence tied to a simple burglary turns out to be much more when the authorities from upscale level 35 get involved. Finding h... more
  • My Temporary Life: Book One of the My Temporary Life Trilogy

    by Martin Crosbie
    Malcolm Wilson learns that everything is always temporary. Growing up, he'sraised by a promiscuous mother who can't stay out of trouble, his best friendis a thirteen-year-old alcoholic, and the masters at his tough Scottish schoolare always raising their canes in his direction. When he becomes an adult, heescapes, and chooses the safe route, watching the world from a distance.Everything changes the day he meets the beautiful, alluring, green-eyedHeather, and when he learns of Heather's own abusi... more
  • Banshees

    by Mike Baron
    Notorious for their satanic lyrics, drunken excess and rumors of blood sacrifice, the Banshees shocked the world with their only album Beat the Manshees. Death stalked their concerts--lightning, stabbings, overdoses. The world heaved a sigh of relief when the Banshees all died in a plane crash. Or did they? Forty years later, with no fanfare, they appear in a seedy Prague nightclub. Ian St. James, son of original Banshees drummer Oaian St. James, can't believe his eyes. Ian's attempts to get bac... more
  • Journey to Peace: 31 Devotions Through the Grief of Miscarriage, Stillbirth, or Other Pregnancy Loss

    by Keanna Barnes

    Have you experienced a painful and heartbreaking miscarriage, stillbirth, or other pregnancy loss? Do you suffer silently while trying to heal on your own? Have you buried your emotions in order to escape them?

    Journey to Peace allows God’s word to penetrate the very depths of your soul along a 31-day path of carefully chosen bible scriptures, honest thoughts, and exercises that help you achieve the peace that surpasses understanding. Through her own loss, Keanna shows you how to find p... more

  • Hiding Magic

    by Ray Rhamey

    When is magic not magic? It is when the Hidden Clans control living energy to do things that appear magical to us—cure disease, slow aging, and heal a heart from the inside—or incinerate an enemy’s as it beats. And those abilities have deadly consequences for the Clans. Annie, a gifted healer, has ancestors who were burned at the stake as witches. She must conceal herself from the lessi, “normal” people who would persecute the Clans. But she and many other clansmen also venture freely among u... more

  • The Dining Car

    by Eric Peterson
    Fresh from a public humiliation and in search of his true calling, former college football star Jack Marshall enlists as bartender on flamboyant food and wine writer Horace Button's vintage private railroad car, making a whistle-stop tour of America's gastronomic hotspots. Decked out in a white jacket, learning to mix perfect cocktails, young Jack is immersed in a style of living—and dining—he’d assumed was extinct. Striving to appease the eccentric, finicky Horace and his enigmatic personal che... more
  • Alaska Virgin Air

    by Izzy Ballard
    Fairbanks, Alaska? Adventure, -40 °, bears, moose . . . husband-school dropout of an ex. Yikes! Abigail Vertuccio, reluctant clairvoyant, has three simple goals in \tlife. One. Don’t let people find out about her infuriating habit of seeing the future. Two. Stop seeing the future. Three. Get as far away from her her past (and that means Alaska) as possible. \t\t She thought she’d succeeded when she hopped in her ancient motor home and hit the road. Only now she’s back in Alaska – Grandma’s ord... more

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