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  • I Thought the Grass Was Greener

    by Lakyshia Shelton
    People sometimes think that if they leave a bad situation for another one that it would be better, when in all reality if they would have stayed where they was at and watered the grass it would soon turn green and then they would start to see things blossom. Just like in Kerry's case she thought the grass would be greener until she crossed over to the other side and found out things weren't what she thought they would be. Please enjoy this book as this situation happens every day in life a... more
  • Victorious Woman! Shaping Life's Challenges into Personal Victories

    by Annmarie Kelly
    Empowered Women is the focus of this book that features stories of real life women who overcame seemingly impossible odds, including abandonment in marriage, domestic abuse, beating cancer, physical challenges and professional "glass ceiling" breakthroughs. Readers will recognize themselves in the feelings each woman expresses as they reveal "the good, the bad and the ugly" that eventually resulted in their victory. It's been called "inspirational," "uplifting," and "practical." The "Less... more
  • A Teacher's Story: The Attempted Character Assassination of a Gifted Teacher

    by Eardine Reeves Lee

    A gifted teacher shares many heart wrenching, joyful, insightful adventures inside the classroom/workplace and in her personal life.  On this voyage you will get an up close, personal look at her life and education in America.  

    This journey involves the actions of friends, lovers, school administrators, teachers, parents, children and everyday people. A teacher's destiny unfolds within the pages of this book.  With story upon story; some nearly too painful to hear, b... more

  • The Earl Campbell Story: A Football Great's Battle with Panic Disorder

    by John Bernard Ruane
    In 1989, three years after retiring from the NFL, Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell was diagnosed with panic and anxiety disorder. From that point on, his life would never be the same. In this biography, Campbell reveals himself as a powerful young man who, with his parents and 10 siblings, struggled to make ends meet working the famous rose fields of Tyler, Texas. He accepted a scholarship to the University of Texas, won the Heisman Trophy, and eventually became a three-time winner of the... more
  • Racing With "The Doctor": Recollections from a Member of Jerry Crabb's Sprint Car Pit Crew

    by Todd R. Thomas
    Jerry Crabb raced motorcycles, 3-wheelers, and 4-wheelers from the 1960's into the 2010's. At the age of 47, in 1990 he made his first start in a 410 cubic inch sprint car at Knoxville Raceway. In 1991 he built his own 360 cubic inch sprint car, and raced at Knoxville and several Iowa tracks until 2006. He was the winner of the 1998 Masters Classic at Knoxville Raceway. This book contains recollections from a fifteen year member of Jerry's sprint car pit crew. At the age of 18 in 1985, Todd Th... more
  • Racing With "The Doctor": Recollections from a Member of Jerry Crabb's Sprint Car Pit Crew (Black & White Edition)

    by Todd R. Thomas

    Black & White Edition (same content as Color Edition, except photos are black & white): Jerry Crabb raced motorcycles, 3-wheelers, and 4-wheelers from the 1960's into the 2010's. At the age of 47, in 1990 he made his first start in a 410 cubic inch sprint car at Knoxville Raceway. In 1991 he built his own 360 cubic inch sprint car, and raced at Knoxville and several Iowa tracks until 2006. He was the winner of the 1998 Masters Classic at Knoxville Raceway. At the age of 18 in 198... more

  • Racing With "The Doctor": Recollections from a Member of Jerry Crabb's Sprint Car Pit Crew (Full Color Edition)

    by Todd R. Thomas

    Full Color Edition (Same content as Black & White Edition, except photos are in color): Jerry Crabb raced motorcycles, 3-wheelers, and 4-wheelers from the 1960's into the 2010's. At the age of 47, in 1990 he made his first start in a 410 cubic inch sprint car at Knoxville Raceway. In 1991 he built his own 360 cubic inch sprint car, and raced at Knoxville and several Iowa tracks until 2006. He was the winner of the 1998 Masters Classic at Knoxville Raceway. At the age of 18 in 1985, To... more

  • Writing to Be Understood

    by Anne Janzer
    Writing To Be Understood is the thinking writer’s guide to effective nonfiction writing techniques, such as using analogies to illustrate unseen concepts, appealing to the reader's innate curiosity, and balancing credibility with humility. For each topic, the book combines insights from cognitive science with advice from writers and expert practitioners in fields of psychology, technology, economics, medicine, policy, and more.
  • Spiritual Atheist

    by Nick Seneca Jankel
    For the millions who want to find peace, love, and purpose without religion, Cambridge-educated scientist, wisdom teacher, and leadership expert Nick Jankel sets out a radical new life philosophy that reunites cutting-edge science with timeless spiritual wisdom to help us make better life choices, understand our place in the universe, and deal with our life, love, and leadership challenges so we thrive. Spiritual Atheist is a ground-breaking ‘philosophical memoir’ that draws on the author’s k... more
  • Born to the Flame: La Casa Monte

    by Gerrald Mccollister
    Born to the Flame: La Casa Monte is a book of true life experiences about forest firefighting through the eyes of one firefighter, from the 1970's through the early 1990's. It tells of actual forest fire ordeals, and work and personal relationships between individual firefighters and fire crews as a whole.
  • Upanishads - A Journey Into the Unknown (Essence of Timeless Insights Attained Through Deep States of Meditation)

    by Dr. King .

    These timeless insights, recorded several thousands of years ago, declare the oneness of not only the human beings – irrespective of cast, religion, gender, race, but also the entire animate and inanimate world. They ask:”How can anyone hate or kill anyone else, when in reality, we are all one in the ultimate sense?” They also provide us a way of experiencing this ultimate truth, the pinnacle of our spiritual journey.

    At the same time, Upanishads don’t advocate a... more

  • Five Simple Grafting Techniques Best Suited for Most Exotic Fruit Plants (Economy Edition)

    by Dr. King .
    This book describes in detail 5 most useful grafting techniques that can be used to propagate many exotic fruits. The book contains detailed illustrations, examples, fruit chart as well as root stocks and techniques well suited for these fruits.
  • The Valueholder

    by Roberto Fusté

    VALUEHOLDER [val-yoo-hohl-der]
    noun
    A professional that works in an organization and due to his/her skills and contributions holds a proportion of its value. In the old days, these people used to be called employees. The latest hard-nosed data confirms that 85% of employees around the world are disengaged and unhappy with their jobs.

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    THE VALUEHOLDER aims to dignify the employee. This book invites disengaged and unfulfilled employees to get u... more

  • Thinking Through Galatians

    by L. A. Mott, Jr.
  • The God Presumption

    by Caroline S Fairless

    This book challenges the god-sanctioned primacy that has allowed the dominant culture of the Western world to subjugate and exploit non-Christian communities and wreak havoc on the planet.

  • How to Self-Publish a Book: For the Technology Challenged Author

    by Barb Drozdowich

    Do you struggle with technology? Are you interested in self-publishing a book, but fear it is beyond your capabilities?

    When confronted with the confusing, multifaceted world of publishing, many authors make the assumption they aren't capable of self-publishing - nothing could be further from the truth!

    Sadly, many authors get taken advantage of by unscrupulous "self-publishing" companies because they don't really understand the process of publishing a book and therefore... more

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