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  • Bookstore Explorer: West Virginia

    by Matt Browning
    "Bookstore Explorer: West Virginia" showcases the Mountain State's independent bookshops through photos and firsthand accounts from owners, employees, customers, and locals. Plus, literary luminaries like best-selling author Rajia Hassib ("A Pure Heart") and West Virginia Poet Laureate Marc Harshman share their own bookstore memories. From the tips of the panhandles to the southern coalfields, it's a literary journey throughout West Virginia.
  • Getting Your Book Into Libraries

    by Eric Otis Simmons
    In “Getting Your Book Into Libraries,” Simmons lays out the methodology and strategy he developed to successfully get his self-published books into 85 libraries, including 7 of America’s largest, in less than two years, and without paying for expensive book reviews! Based on Simmons’ article, “How To Get Your Books Into Libraries,” posted by Joanna Penn from, that generated 4,061 interactions, from readers in thirty (30) countries not long after its posting, and became the... more
  • My Homework

    by Saleh Al-Shalaby
    This workbook for those learning English will be a mainstay in the libraries of both beginning and advanced learners. Saleh Al-Shalaby, a longtime English as a Second Language teacher, pinpoints the languages most essential rules simply and clearly. He shares tutorials that will help you apply these rules, including: using the articles a, an, or the; making poorly written sentences more readable; discerning the differences between somebody, someone, something, and somewhere; and applying differe... more
  • Buying Cars Smartly

    by David Roppolo
    This book is a guide for anyone in the market for a new or used automobile. It will help you make the best possible choice depending on your current condition, needs and budget.
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  • Anonymous Is a Woman

    by Nina Ansary

    Award-winning author and women's rights advocate Dr. Nina Ansary takes readers on a 4,000-year global and historic journey exposing the repercussions of centuries of gender inequality.

    In 1929, British novelist Virginia Woolf ran her fingers along the spines of the books in her library wondering why no woman in Shakespeare’s era had written “a word of that extraordinary literature when every other man, it seemed, was capable of song or sonnet.” She concluded, &ldqu... more

  • Equipped: Ephesians 6 Devotionals to Empower and Make You Victorious in Everyday Struggles

    by Ruth L. Snyder

    Is spiritual warfare real? Are you aware of how you’re being attacked? Equipped takes a detailed look at God, at our enemy, and at our response.

    Everyday struggles happen, but you can be victorious.

    In Africa, people believe in spirit beings. Witch doctors cast spells. People dance barefoot over red-hot coals without being burned. Spiritual warfare is obvious.

    In other cultures, the spiritual battle is not so evident. Still, it is very real. Homes are divided by discor... more

  • Water Damage Tehachapi

    by Alert Disaster Restoration
    At Alert Disaster, we provide residential as well as commercial services for cleanup of water damage in Tehachapi. Hire us if you are facing a problem water damage problem!
  • Stubborn Credulity: A Contribution to a Critique of Supernaturalism REVISED

    by Jonathan Giardina
    Counter-apologetics influenced by David Hume .Learn why theologians were once referred to as "insuppressible fallacy-mongers." This book debunks many apologist arguments, including: The Kalam Cosmological Argument The Fine-Tuning Argument The Entropy Argument The Ontological Argument The Moral Argument The Argument from Success The Argument from Prophecy The Argument from Alleged Miracles The Argument from Martyrdom The Argument from Scripture Pascal's Wager The Argument from ... more
  • End Old Politics Now

    by Rene Blampain
    Ending old politics now is simple even if there is a lot of work to do.
  • The Argument from "Merely"

    by Jonathan Giardina
    The story behind the viral meme. We have all seen the post. It begins, "C. S. Lewis on Reasoning to Atheism". How should we assess Lewis's "Argument from Reason"? This book provides the answers while thoroughly analyzing several versions of the argument. You will learn: •\tHow to identify the key words. •\tHow to uncover the unstated assumptions. •\tHow the original argument came to be "out of print". The book ultimately rejects Lewis's argument.
  • Living the Dream?: The Problem with Escapist, Exhibitionist, Empire-Building Christianity

    by Tristan Sherwin
    Some Christians are obsessed with “Life Hacks” and self-realisation, whilst others preach hate and encourage division, and then there are those who are indifferent towards our ecology and matters of justice. They all say they’re seeking God’s dream for their lives and this world, but is the Kingdom of God supposed to be so tribal and self-saturated? In Living The Dream?: The Problem with Escapist, Exhibitionist, Empire-Building Christianity we’ll voyage through the scriptural story, glimpsing... more
  • Hops and History

    by Jim Dent
    All across the country, craft breweries are memorializing important people, places and events from American history and folklore. Thousands of breweries and beers in the U.S. today are named in remembrance of an important piece of America and the stories behind those names can now be found in one place - Hops and History! Inside the pages of Hops and History, readers will find fascinating stories about important Native Americans, the Revolutionary War, America’s westward expansion, military ... more
  • Seeing The World My Way: A totally blind and partially deaf guy's global adventures

    by Tony Giles

    Seeing The World My Way follows Tony Giles’ journey of hedonism and thrill-seeking adventure as he travels across North America, Oceania and parts of South East Asia.

    Full of drama, danger and discovery, this fascinating travel biography is a young blind man’s view of the world as he sets out to achieve his dream, dealing with disability whilst living life to the limit.

    From bungee jumping in New Zealand to booze filled nights out in New Orleans, Seeing The World My Wa... more

  • Seeing The Americas My Way: An emotional journey (Seeing The World series Book 2)

    by Tony Giles

    Tony Giles’ second fascinating travel biography offers a more sensory observation of backpacking. From the sounds, smells and cuisine of Brazil and Argentina to the rhythm of salsa in Cuba. Mexico, Chile and Uruguay are also briefly explored.

    Whilst there are the usual adrenaline fuelled activities associated with this author in the United States and Canada, the main thread of the story deals with a personal challenge of compromising between love and friendship.

    It is a jour... more

  • Momma Grinch, a short, sassy guide to stopping the holiday madness

    by Terri Weeding
    Moms, do you dread the advent of the holidays? Do you find yourself faking the Christmas spirit WAY too often? Does the “happiest time of the year” make you feel exhausted, anxious, inadequate, underfunded, overwhelmed, and scrooge-like? It’s okay to admit it…just not out loud. Blink once if you agree then— STOP the holiday madness with this stress relieving, LOL guide for MOMS who kill themselves trying to make the holidays picture perfect for their families. Enjoy these lively and inspi... more