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  • The Suburban Micro-Farm: Modern Solutions for Busy People

    by Amy Stross
    The suburbs are ripe with food-growing potential. The Suburban Micro-Farm will show you how to grow healthy food for your table in only 15 minutes a day, proving that you can have a garden even on a limited schedule. With tips for creating an edible and ecologically friendly landscape, learn how to garden while maintaining aesthetics. You'll find simple tricks for growing food even in the worst yards. Worried about follow-through? This book is a gold mine of life hacks, guides, and tools... more
  • The Cheap and Easy Guide to Natural House Cleaning

    by Amanda Alix
    The Cheap and Easy Guide to Natural House Cleaning shows readers how to make their own non-toxic cleaning alternatives, how to reduce the amount of shelf space dedicated to storing store-bought cleaners and how to generally reduce their waste stream. The book is full of actionable advice and frugal cleaning tips that will save readers both time and money.
  • Especially For You

    by Ken Brack
    Awakened to the death of his son in a car crash, reeling in the desolate place that no parent ever expects to be, Ken Brack sets out to find how people rebuild their lives after catastrophic loss. A journalist and former high school teacher, Brack gathers the wrenching and ultimately uplifting stories of grieving families who grow through extraordinary trials by finding a new purpose. Especially For You casts fresh light on our responses to horrific ordeals, including healing oneself by lifting ... more
  • Creating Places (The Art of World Building Book 2)

    by Randy Ellefson
    Creating Places is a detailed how-to guide on inventing the heart of every imaginary world - places. It includes chapters on inventing planets, moons, continents, mountains, forests, deserts, bodies of water, sovereign powers, settlements, interesting locales, history and maps. Experts and beginners alike will benefit from the free templates that make building worlds easier, quicker, and more fun. Learn the difference between types of monarchies, democracies, dictatorships and more for realistic... more
  • Creating Life (The Art of World Building) (Volume 1)

    by Randy Ellefson
    Creating Life is a detailed how-to guide on inventing the heart of every imaginary world - life. With chapters on creating gods, species/races, plants, animals, monsters, heroes, villains, and even undead, it will help readers decide on goals, how to reach them, and whether they are even worth pursuing. Always practical, Creating Life will quickly improve the skills of beginners and experts alike, making a time consuming project more fun, easier, faster, and skillfully done. Storytellers, game d... more
  • freelance academic writing jobs online

    by Mac Larry
    Nerdy Turtlez commenced its journey way back in the year 2009, starting small to grow into one of the largest platforms for freelance writers from the world over. From the beginning, our aim has been to provide writers with the opportunity to display their skills and talents to a wide audience in return for a rewarding pay. We help give wings to the careers of freelance writers by providing them with a wide variety of interesting and fun projects that challenge them and help them grow as a writ... more
  • Becoming Whole (Living Whole)

    by Paul J. L. Burton
    Catherine awakens to pure horror, trapped in a rowing boat in a raging storm with a stranger, James McKinnon, who claims to have saved her. With no turning back to England she faces a Europe that she doesn’t recognise, cities, landmarks and entire countries aren’t where they should be and what lies in their place is a society on the verge of collapsing at any minute. They both need to reach the Eastern continent and join up with the mercenary Gillian Valdes who promises to free the people of E... more
  • The Performance of Medicine: Techniques From the Stage to Maximize Patient Satisfaction and Restore the Joy of Practicing Medici

    by Dr. Bob Baker
    The magic of medicine begins with the doctor-patient connection. By employing techniques that performers use to connect with their audiences, physicians, nurses and other providers can better connect with their patients. This leads to greater satisfaction for patient and provider alike. With medical practice undergoing the most radical changes in our lifetimes, and with "the patient experience" coming to the fore, the techniques and strategies in this book will help physicians to maximize pat... more
  • Pour a Glass: : The Wine and Drink Pairing Guide for Terrible Writing (full color edition)

    by Leslee Koritzke
    Professors, teachers, and book editors alike all confront horrible writing, often with a satisfying glass of wine in hand. Written in the style of pretentious wine descriptions, Pour A Glass: The Wine and Drink Pairing Guide for Terrible Writing points out the ludicrous language usage of today’s college students. Each student's writing sample includes a carefully paired wine or drink selection. Enjoy this gem with your favorite wine! A fun gift for educators and English-lovers everywhere.
  • How To Navigate The Social Media Maze

    by Donna Wolz
    Social Media is one of the fastest ways to promote your book and yourself to a worldwide audience of readers. It is also complex and time-consuming. Do you know How to Navigate the Social Media Maze? Which platforms serve you best? How to network to build your fan base? The pitfalls and the benefits of using Social Media? If you answered 'No' to any of those questions, this is the book you've been waiting for. In "How To Navigate The Social Media Maze", we offer tips and advice on using S... more
  • Surviving Common Core Math: Finding Common Sense in the Confusion

    by Carol Pirog
    Many people are confused with Common Core Math. Everyone from students to parents and even teachers are struggling to make sense of the new Common Core Math. This book outlines the problems and what can be done to make sure your child survives Common Core Math instruction. Reading this book with help you to understand the difference between important math concepts your child must know and current trends in education that will not survive the test of time. Follow the steps outlined in this book... more
  • The Gnostic Notebook: Volume Three: On Plato, the Fourth Dimension, and the Lost Philosophy

    by Timothy James Lambert
    The last time we saw the author, he had just broken off his presentation of the seven key parables of Jesus, with only three remaining. These were the seven canonical parables identified within the Secret Book of James, the successful interpretation of which is supposedly sufficient to unlock the mysteries hidden within the teachings of Jesus. Lambert claimed that he was unable to continue without first revealing an "alternative philosophical/cosmological system based on the properties" possesse... more
  • Beginner's Guide To Running: The Definitive Guide On How To Start Running & Discover The Runner In You

    by Kanisk Nayan
    The book was featured in Top 100 Free Kindle Store in Amazon India & reached #1 Best Seller in its Category. 'Beginner's Guide To Running' is an ideal book for all those aspirants who want to start with jogging or run their first official 5K, 10k, half-marathon or marathon. Before you start training for any of the race formats, it is vital to get the basics right. This book will help you understand all the little integrities which only an experienced runner would know. Various topics have ... more
  • Garage Band Theory

    by Duke Sharp
    A full course of study under one cover, "Garage Band Theory" is impressively informed and informative, practical, insightful, and should be considered an essential resource for any aspiring musician. The chapter quizzes (and answer keys) make it a practical guide for all music teaches and home-schooling parents who have rudimentary skills on any instrument. Exceptionally 'user friendly' in organization and presentation "Garage Band Theory" is very highly recommended for both community and aca... more
  • HACKED MINDS - A Loss of Personal Freedom

    by Jorge Rudko
    HACKED MINDS – A Loss of Personal Freedom SYNOPSIS Jorge Rudko, Author Summary Overview Hacked Minds is a short book of nine chapters and an epilogue that succinctly and in a thought-provoking manner reviews and analyses features and trends in our modern digital age, pinpointing the issues we face, challenging some of our assumptions, and alerting us to how much our privacy may be at risk. It then provides guidelines on commonsense strategies to use, as well as encouraging the proper use... more

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