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  • Building for Retirement in Belize: How a Primary School Dropout Conned a Multiple-Degree College Client!

    by Gloria Alecia Swift
    Ms. Gloria Swift immigrated to the United States in 1973. She worked long, exhaustive hours and saved her money to retire in tranquility somewhere in Switzerland. However, as her retirement date drew near and she listened to her sisters’ decision to return to Belize and assist the underserved people in rural areas, she changed her plans. She joined them, but they needed a home. She found Ben, a contractor in Belize, sent money to him, and the result was a disaster. Ms. Swift sued Ben in Supreme ... more
  • Decision Point

    by Nathan John
    Decision Point is an exciting new approach to personal development and motivation. With a saturated generalist market for personal development, self-help and motivation decision point focuses the wide and general narrative to a single point, the point in which a person makes a decision to make a change, and what to do immediately after. Decision Point shows it’s reader how to introduce small disciplines into their lives as part of a wider plan to that personal success is ensured. The author uses... more
  • Weeping Goes Unheard-Sacred Tears for Victims of Indigenous Genocide

    by Lucia Mann

    A Historical Record Attesting to the Heartless and Brutal Atrocities of Canada's Indigenous People.

  • The Strong Delusion: Revealing the Strange God of the Antichrist

    by John Milor
    John Milor’s fascinating work is based on the Bible telling of a powerful deception that will overshadow the Earth, a deception so intense that only those with a genuine love relationship with God will be able to endure it. Events from the author’s own life, including a series of supernatural encounters, have revealed some key components of this “strong delusion,” which he believes will initiate a grand display of open contact with extraterrestrials. It will also involve the rise of Islam. I... more
  • Sage Advice - The Lives and Maxims of Some of History's Wisest People

    by Richard K. Borden

    What If You Could Acquire Four Thousand Years of Wisdom in One Book?

    Eighteen wise leaders...

    Four millennia...

    Spanning the entire globe. In Sage Advice, you will examine the lives and maxims of eighteen sages selected for their unique contributions to human thinking. You’ll find a short thought-provoking biography of each, followed by quotes from their carefully collated texts that address timeless topics like patience, wisdom, making mistakes, and leadership, among ... more

  • Christian Ufology

    by John Milor

    To quote the movie, A Few Good Men, the world decries, "I want the truth!" Yet the military and the government have shouted back, "You can't handle the truth!" Until now...

    We are on the cusp of public disclosure, and the implications are staggering. Is it possible for Christians to believe in the existence of extraterrestrial (ET) life? Author John Milor argues yes; it simply requires looking at Scripture with an updated lens. This book does that by hig... more

  • Elmer & Virginia: A World War II Romance in Letters

    by John Odell
    "Elmer & Virginia” is not your parents’ or grandparents’ folksy nostalgic family war letters memoir. Professionally edited and designed, it’s a saga written by two gifted story tellers who happened to fall madly in love with each other. Here is romance, humor, tragedy, history. As Elmer flew combat missions above the battlefields of Europe, Virginia wrote newspaper articles about life on the home front. To open this richly illustrated book is to follow them through the turbulent years of World W... more
  • So You Think You Know Canada, Eh?

    by Marianne Jennings
    A book of fun facts and quirky trivia filled with all things maple syrup, amazing Canadian inventions, famous Canadians, breathtaking nature, the kind people who live there and a few words to help you speak Canadian.
  • Chasing Ostriches

    by Victoria Stevens
    Ever since I learnt that people drive around Africa in 4x4s, sleeping in rooftop tents for months at a time, I dreamed of joining them. My obsession became reality in January 2020, when together with my boyfriend I bought a 20-year-old dark blue Land Rover Defender. She's called Nyala. After a few test weekends to check out the car, we were ready to go. Coronavirus struck. Borders closed, hard lockdown began. Our plans to spend six months overlanding through southern Africa were put on hold. ... more
  • The Bible's Hidden Treasure: James: the Precious Pearl: Hageman M.S. C.H.P., John P.: 9781973692850: Amazon.com: Books

    by John P. Hageman
    This book’s primary goal is to lead us on our most important quest, to discover, understand and travel on our narrow path to heaven. Our narrow path to heaven is simply obedience to God’s will and His Commandments. One person told me the whole concept of the Bible might be summed up in four words, “do good – resist evil.” The tough question is, how do we do this? One book of the Bible, the short book of James, is what I found to be like a hidden treasure or a precious pearl, as discussed in t... more
  • GROW

    by Molly Schrieber
    GROW is the perfect book to deepen your understanding of Mindfulness and how it can benefit the children in your life. Regardless of your title-teacher, parent, friend, neighbor-you can become a Change-Maker. GROW shows you how.
  • Wave Expectations

    by Oliver Bee
    Not so long ago, I was someone who loved hearing about other people’s adventures and whilst I might wistfully wonder about having one myself, I never actually thought I would. That was until one bleak Saturday evening in November, having been surfing in the chilly North Sea earlier that day and my dreams of riding waves like a California surf-dude seemed as far away as ever, I decided that if that’s what I wanted to do, then I should just go and do it. And so, within days, I had handed in my not... more
  • Why Muslims Lagged Behind and Others Progressed

    by Nadeem M. Qureshi
    In the fall of 1928, the Imam of Java, a certain Mohammad Basyuni Imran, had a letter delivered to the Lebanese author and scholar, Shakib Arsalan. In his letter, Basyuni Imran requested Arsalan to explain the reasons for the backwardness of Muslims of the time compared to other nations. Furthermore, Basyuni asked Arsalan to suggest what they need to do to join the ranks of nations that have overtaken them and, in many cases, rule over them. Arsalan published his response in a series of articles... more
  • Classic Motor Cartoon Book

    by John Stoneham
    Classic motorcars have been featured in movies and pop songs for over seven decades and contributed to the fun of driving historic cars. This book of motor cartoons illustrates the adventure and romance of classic and vintage cars which also have been part of automobile racing history – from Louis Renault, Henry Ford and Enzo Ferrari to Kiichiro Toyoda today. From Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Grandma Duck, Noddy and Big Ears to Bonnie and Clyde, Thelma & Louise and The Italian Job, comedy and traged... more
  • Understanding A Course in Miracles

    by D. Patrick Miller
    The indispensable guide to a great teaching of our times. Published in 1976, the mysterious teaching known as A Course in Miracles has changed the lives of millions with its uncompromising discipline of profound forgiveness. In 2019, the New York Times identified the Course as an “esoteric bible that has gone mainstream” — providing guidance and inspiration to the rapidly growing number of people who think of themselves as “spiritual but not religious.” Drawn from over thirty years of origi... more
  • (Just As Well) It's Not About The Bike

    by Chris Atkin
    Discovering the untold stories of one of the world’s most popular coastlines. Part sporting travelogue, part political history, (Just As Well) It's Not About The Bike follows journalist Chris Atkin's 1,300km cycle from Valencia to Gibraltar. En route, he travels through Spain’s most picturesque towns. And Benidorm. Along the way he learns about the region’s history, from the time four hydrogen bombs fell over Spain, to the politician who shot General Franco’s daughter in the bottom yet ros... more

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