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  • Why Travel?: A Way of Being, a Way of Seeing

    by Bill Thompson
    In Why Travel? A Way of Being, A Way of Seeing, Thompson writes about one subject as a way of exploring a multitude of others. With 40 years' experience as a world wanderer and travel writer, he guides readers in discovering new ways of seeing themselves, as travelers, individuals, and world citizens, buttressing his approach with personal experience, practical advice, arresting anecdotes and real-world stories. Why Travel? differs from many a travel book in that its approach won’t be obsolete i... more
  • Why Travel?: A Way of Being, a Way of Seeing

    by Bill Thompson
    In Why Travel? A Way of Being, A Way of Seeing, Bill Thompson writes about one subject as a way of exploring a multitude of others. With 40 years' experience as a world wanderer and travel writer, he guides readers in discovering new ways of seeing themselves, as travelers, individuals, and world citizens, buttressing his approach with personal experience, practical advice, arresting anecdotes and real-world stories.
  • Book of Living

    by Ashok Kumar
    The book develops and describes a cogent framework in which human living takes place. The framework depicts linkages and interactions among our behavior, actions, survival, and evolution, and delineates the relationship between survival and morality, and morality and religion, as well as rationale for the latter. Additionally, the framework describes how evolution in humans is similar and yet different from other species.
  • Tour of Insanity: A Manifesto for Better Home Design

    by Kelly Mitchell & Matthew Zakutny
    Have you ever walked around your house wondering WHY this was installed that way or WHY there is orange shag carpet in the kitchen? Maybe you wondered WHY there has to be a front yard or WHY do pests keep getting into your home? We provide a comedic look at the WHY and some insight on what should be. This book provides a tour of the insanity of past, present, and future home design highlighting the tragic comedy of why things are the way they are and what could be done differently to elevate ... more
  • Clap If You Can Hear Me

    by Kelly Mitchell
    When a teacher exclaims, “Clap if you can hear me,” students are meant to clap once in unison in answer to demonstrate they are attentive, focused, and processing what is being said. The essential ingredient in enhancing education is paying attention. This book presents practical solutions to empower students and parents in education. Clap If You Can Hear Me is a navigational guide that exposes critical deficits in PreK through higher education programs. It also illuminates best practices to ... more
  • Perfect in Weakness: The Original Resistance

    by Peter Munoz III
    Do today’s resistance movements pose a real challenge to power? The present volume argues that only the Bible offers a coherent basis and strategy for achieving an authentic resistance, one grounded paradoxically in a radical embrace of nonresistance and a total rejection of violence. This thesis is pursued in conversation with the ideas of Michel Foucault, René Girard, and John Howard Yoder, among others. Beginning with the Hebrew scriptures, the author identifies a dialectical movement tracing... more
  • Sicily Destination Wedding

    by Luana Andronico, Iolanda Muscia
    You have always dreamt to get married in Sicily but you feel overwhelmed by the number of things to do and don’t know where to start from? Maybe you have already read tons of guides and blogs but you feel like they have not given you the right information and have not succeeded in making you comfortable to jump on this adventure? Taormina or Noto, Palermo or Etna, where would you like to get married? How can you find your vendors and how can you trust them? What is it and how important is the w... more
  • The Idea of Things: How Things Really Are As They Seem

    by D W Hoyle
    The Idea of Things is a detailed and systematic, yet patently playful and consummately comical overview of how the brain strives to represent the things in our world, while also imbuing things with feeling—and how the ensuing ideas the mind generates about things, swayed by selective attention, shape our everyday experience with its many ironies and subtle shadings. It's mind candy. With extra sprinkles.
  • Rightsize Your Home

    by Belinda Woolrych
    Like many thousands of mature Australians, you are not alone. Transitioning from your family home can feel incredibly overwhelming and stir up mixed emotions from the past. Downsizing can be difficult or even overwhelming if you have lived in your home for 20, 30 or 40 years. It's a rite of passage almost no one will escape: the difficult, emotional journey of downsizing your or your aging parents' home. Belinda Woolrych, Downsizing Expert & Author, has written a comprehensive and insightful dow... more
  • Crash Course: An In-Depth Guide to Automobile Injury Cases in Virginia

    by T. Vaden Warren
    An automobile accident can be devastating for all parties involved, and the legalities of paying for injuries and other expenses resulting from an accident just add stress to an already terrible situation. Crash Course: An In-Depth Guide to Automobile Injury Cases in Virginia provides valuable insight into all aspects of automobile accidents in Virginia, including how your actions after an accident can influence your case and whether or not you should hire an attorney. For more information regar... more
  • Your Children Are Boring by Tom James

    by Chick Lit Café - Book Reviews & Promotion SERVICES
    “The funniest book of the year” Are you sick of a society that seems obsessed with children? Do you find modern parents insufferable? Your Children Are Boring is a uniquely humorous look at our culture's obsession with children, a world where virtually every advert has a squawking child in it, where pubs are full of wailing infants, and where every other Facebook post is tagged #ProudDad. Why do parents themselves behave like infants? Why having a child doesn't make you less selfish, wh... more
  • The Little Encyclopedia of Modern Ignorance

    by Kevin Casey
    This book takes a no-holds-barred look at some of the baffling ways our brains temporarily cease to function as we navigate the 21st century. As a species, we appear to be transforming from healthy scientific skeptics into ill-informed, outraged cynics. We are losing our intellectual humility, reluctant to accept the limits of our knowledge. We are entering a new post-factual age in which spin overrides reason and science is forced to compete with head-in-the-sand denial. Alternate truths are d... more
  • EXCEPTIONALLY UPSETTING: How Americans are increasingly confusing knowledge with opinion & what can be done about it

    by Howard Burton
    As American society becomes more polarized by the day, the question of how this "exceptional nation" can hope to regain its mojo is more pressing than ever before. With his unique blend of wry humor and clear-headed analysis, Howard Burton, creator and host of the award-winning Ideas Roadshow, wades into America's partisan fray, weaving together historical investigation, pop culture and a passionate belief in the country's true strengths in order to develop a concrete way out of the current cult... more
  • Pedalling To Kailash

    by Graydon Hazenberg
    Pedalling To Kailash tells the story of a long-ago bicycle expedition to Mt. Kailash, the holiest pilgrimage mountain in Tibet. Starting in Islamabad, Pakistan, the author and his fellow cyclists pedalled, pushed and hiked their way around, over and through the world’s highest mountain ranges. For three months they persevered despite a frequent lack of food or anything that resembled a road, following in the historical footsteps of previous pilgrims, explorers and mountaineers. Pedalling to Kai... more
  • Politics, Police and Other Earthling Antics

    by Mickie Winkle
    94, irreverent,illustrated, anecdotes satirizing: politics, police, our renaming mania, California, ATT, Comcast, Charities and our whacky human ways.
  • You Don't Have to Be a Star to Shine--Discover the Writer Within/ A Guide to writing creative nonfiction and fiction.

    by Shanna Lee James
    This book was written to encourage those longing to tell their story in a way sure to captivate readers. And to assure you that you need not be a celebrity to be heard. You can write with confidence in a compelling manner to keep your readers turning pages from the introduction until the epilogue through examples of showing rather than ‘telling.’ I present examples of how to turn mediocrity into excellence and give vivid illustrations of creative story telling in nonfiction and fiction. If ... more

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