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  • Buying a Home: A No Nonsense 20 Step Guide to Buying Your Home from Pre-Approval to Closing ((First time home buyers, New Home,

    by Lady Donegal
    Use These Steps To Get Into YOUR Home! "Money can't buy me love.” The legendary band from the '60s known as the Beatles used that expression. But it can buy us a whole lot of things that can make our lives more enjoyable and memorable such as dream weddings, memorable holidays around the world and our own home sweet home. These are the things that people want in their lives. Buying a house with cash, however, isn't as easy as it looks. In fact, most people need financial assistance to be a... more
  • Wool and Wine: People, Passion, Conversations

    by John Martin
    Wool and Wine tells the stories of the people behind unique pairings of yarn and wine – how they got their start, where they are headed and what has happened along the way. Captured in 175 stunning photos and featuring 12 family run wineries and 12 independent dyers from across North America and Europe, the book brings together yarn, wine, food recipes, knitting patterns and projects from some of today’s most prominent knitting designers in a fun, engaging package with a little something for ev... more
  • Raw and Thriving: The Ultimate Guide to Getting (and Keeping!) Your Dog Healthy

    by Kristin Clark
    Throughout this book, Kristin Clark shares with you how to keep your fur babies healthy and thriving by feeding them food that’s healthier and more nutritious than a conventional diet. Raw and Thriving discusses different raw diets, how to easily transition your dog to a healthier lifestyle, common fears about raw diets and how to overcome your concerns, and more. But it doesn’t end there: far from just being a book about feeding your dog a raw diet, Raw and Thriving also discusses many of the d... more
  • Let Food Be Their Medicine: Using Nature's Principles to Help Your Dog Thrive

    by Kristin Clark
    More and more dog owners around the world are supporting their dog's wellness and vitality by feeding them a species-appropriate raw food diet. By feeding their dogs what they have evolved to need, they are helping to support them so they can thrive. Let Food Be Their Medicine: Using Nature's Principles to Help Your Dog Thrive describes how to get started feeding your dog a species-appropriate raw food diet, the logistics and nuances of feeding this way, common fears about feeding a species-appr... more
  • She Dances Salsa... With Him!

    by Francisco De La Calleja
  • So You Want to be a Dog Trainer

    by Nicole Wilde
    Are you considering a career as a professional dog trainer? Get the inside scoop from internationally recognized trainer/behavior specialist Nicole Wilde. You will get advice, tips, how-tos (and how-NOT-tos), along with specific, step-by-step instructions and resources, all presented in a down-to-earth, humorous manner. What it is really like to work with dogs--and their owners; can you make a living training dogs? (Oh, yes!); how to get an education (hint: It doesn't necessarily involve school)... more
  • Social Justice and Parent Partnerships in Multicultural Education Contexts

    by Katherine E. L. Norris, Ed.D.
    This book takes a look at the need for creating authentic partnerships between schools and multicultural families. The book looks at best practices and university, school, and community partnerships.
  • How to Evangelize with Confidence

    by Richmond Donkor
    Evangelism is very important to every ministry, but unfortunately, it has become a challenge for churches and individuals alike nowadays. I hear people say that they don't know how to evangelize; they don’t know where or how to start a conversation about Jesus. Jesus always sought other people out to evangelize to them. He went to their workplaces and homes, showing concern for them and sharing fellowship with them. As Paul wrote to the Romans: For “Everyone who calls on the name of the LORD wil... more
  • Ask Me about My Grandcats: And Other Essays

    by Michael Jenkins
    Who's ready to smirk insignificantly? Michael has put together a collection of 58 (count 'em--58!) comedy essays that is almost (but not quite) guaranteed to make you kind of grin maybe. Included in this collection are such titles as, "The Unappreciated, Aspiring Author Files an Auto Insurance Claim," as well as the ever-tantalizing, "This Condolence Card Should Add Just the Right Amount of Sexual Tension." Are you intrigued? Would you like to read more? No? Well, let me sweete... more
  • God Answers Science

    by Gary W. Driver
  • How To Drive Like An Idiot In Bacolod: An Expat's Experiences of Driving in the Philippines and How to Survive

    by Stephen Bentley

    'How to Drive Like an Idiot in Bacolod' is the story of the British expat author's "road culture shock" when faced with the hazards of driving in Bacolod, Philippines.Those hazards are vividly described in this book.

    He draws on his vast experience as a police-trained driver to offer tips in defensive driving in the hope it will help in surviving the chaos on the roads of the Philippines.

    This book also addresses the negative impact of the author... more

  • The Haunted: Legends from The Wilderness (A Haunted History Series Book 2)

    by L. Sydney Fisher

    VOLUME II in the Bestselling Series.

    From the likes of frontier legend, Davy Crockett or Ruby Elzy, African American opera singer to Gladys Presley, mother of Rock-n-Roll's legendary King, Elvis Presley, the Mississippi hills of The Wilderness have stories of grandeur to tell. It's a place of new beginnings and heartbreaking endings. A place where battles and bloodshed have weaved a history destined to be retold. And beneath the graves of many left behind lies t... more

  • The Haunted: True Stories for the Ghost Lover's Soul (A Haunted History Series Book 1)

    by L. Sydney Fisher

    A TRUE HAUNTED PAST......
    I want to tell you a story......about a place once called The Devil's Furnace. A place that dates its beginnings in prehistoric times. Where Indigenous people once lived and hunted.

    A place that's known massive bloodshed......This bloodshed has stained the soil of the landscape and created a portal to another world. It's a world where the souls of the deceased enter and exit at will.
    ... more

  • Wise-Love: Bhakti and the Search for the Soul of Consciousness

    by Pranada Comtois

    #1 Hot New Release in Metaphysics and Philosophy on Amazon

    We all long for boundless love as we long for home. But how can we find our home our meaning and purpose if we don't know our self? Wise-Love is an exploration of the self, or consciousness, guided through the meditative eyes of saints, sages, seers, and mystics.

    Joy comes from an awakened heart and expanded consciousness, not from a controlled or stilled mind.

    When we encounter the self, we're automatically ... more

  • Bending Time: The Power to Live in the Now

    by Patrick Paul Garlinger
    It is a commonly held spiritual belief that we should live in the present moment. But what does that really mean? Bending Time offers a novel answer to that question. We must understand time as a psychic phenomenon that we ourselves create. As a product of our own creation, time structures our entire perception of the world, including our relationships with other people. In our relationships, we recreate the past in the present moment rather than experience the present as it truly is. Our a... more

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