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Defending Your Faith, Christianity on the Offense, Engaging the Closed Minded, Should Christians Be Environmentalists? Will Dogsby Dan StoryWill Dogs Chase Cats in Heaven? People, Pets, and Wild Animals in the Afterlife is my first self-published book through CreateSpace. My other books are traditional published. The book provides biblical and scientific evidence that pets and wild animals will inhabit Heaven with God's people. It also describes what Heaven will probably be like, where it will be located, and the relationship of humans, animals, and God on this Earth and in the Heaven. Includes many personal experiences as well as a... more
by Stephen RaffertyThis book is exactly what the title says. This book is a collection of fifty of the most ridiculous drawings and funny sayings ever assembled by Stephen Rafferty- a comedian and YouTuber. Frd&Fs for short is based on the style of picture humor made famous by various comedians throughout time. The idea of imagery transcribed into jokes is intriguing and hysterically funny. Now what are you waiting for? Buy the book today! (and you don't want to buy it at least share this to your friends!) Don't b... more
by Mike Kowis
In this amusing and *award-winning how-to guide for college professors, seasoned instructor Mike Kowis, Esq., shares 44 COLLEGE TEACHING TIPS that will help any teacher:
•ENGAGE students in thought-provoking classroom discussions,
•MOTIVATE them to read the assigned materials,
•INSPIRE them to attend all classes and stay till the final bell rings,
•CREATE a fun and lively learning environment, and
•ENCOURAGE studen... more
by Johnny WelshWeedgalized in Colorado is a lighthearted and surprisingly informative read, featuring on-the-ground stories from scores of participants in Colorado’s historic transformation into a cannabis-friendly state. The book doubles as a reference guide, listing dispensaries, strains and more. Johnny Welsh’s unique perspective stems from his career as a professional bartender in the heart of Colorado’s famous ski country. His big, engaging personality encouraged friends and strangers alike to share wh... more
by Dr. Frank Chase JrKLEPTOMANIAC is a journey into the annuals of biblical history concerning what the Bible teaches about tithing and giving. This book will take you on a proverbial archeological quest to uncover the true meaning of biblical words that deal with money. When confusion exists about what certain words mean in the Bible, such as tithe, tithing, tenth or ten percent, this book will examine the Hebrew and Greek language to bring to life what these words actually mean in context. This book will upend the... more
by Diana Walstad
Book is a family history narrative that begins with the emigration of my 8 great-grandparents from northern Europe. I chose gripping highlights--fleshed out with historical information--that I think will appeal to general readers. Book delves into emigration, TB, maternal mortality, sibling rivalry, alcoholism, problems of stepmothers, oil drilling, Australian "war brides" of World War II, etc. Reference sources well-documented.
by Craig MeggyUrban X-Words Volume 1 - Warning - Adult "Hours of fun with your only your hands, scatalogical and just good sh*t man" A must have book for those who want to improve their insult vocabulary, over thirty puzzles and word games! BUT these crosswords solutions are slang terms and obscenities so not for the easily offended.
by Carolyn E. Hood-KourdacheAfter the Battle of Horse Shoe Bend, in 1814, a Creek captive child was claimed by her cousins, and later sold between them, as a "negro" slave. Her life among these "savages," produced descendants delineated within these pages. Flora's royal lineage is no longer hidden. Bright light cleanses all.
Genealogical Sources for Marriage Officiants of Baldwin County, Alabama, 1866-: Jefferson Ellis, and Other Ministers of the Gospby Carolyn E. Hood-KourdacheThis book is a reference for those interested in the many men that officiated at the post- Civil War marriages, in Mobile and Baldwin Counties, Alabama. It includes brief biographical information, alongside reconstructed genealogies. A handy tool for the amateur as well as expert family historian.
Portrait of Margaret Tate, Mistress of Montpelier, a Plantation: Widow and Relic of William Theophilus Powellby Carolyn E. Hood-KourdacheThe brief biography of a Choctaw mixed-blood elite of Mississippi Territory at the height of American expansionism. The widow and relic of two powerful men, Margaret Tate was left to run a cotton plantation during the Removal of 1830. She freed 100 slaves.
by Carolyn E. Hood-KourdacheGenealogical resource book for former slaves, African Americans in Baldwin, Mobile, Clarke, and Monroe Counties, in Alabama.
by Jeffrey S. PfeifferDinosaurs have fascinated people since their discovery over two centuries ago. Perhaps the most endearing of the dinosaur collectibles to many people are the lines of figures and playsets produced by the Louis Marx Toy Company. The figures have attained a near iconic status among collectors of dinosaur toys and memorabilia. Often considered something of a ?baby sister? to the Marx dinosaur line is the series of prehistoric figures and playsets put out by the Multiple Products Corporation (MPC) a... more
by M. P. PRABHAKARAN“The more I travel, the more I discover my ignorance” -- that's how the author sums us his experience at the end of his thirty-day travel through ten countries of Europe, in the summer of 2009. He admits that it's a mangled version of poet Shelley’s immortal words: “The more we study, the more we discover our ignorance.” The 2009 travel, he says, opened his mind to various aspects of European cultures he had been quite ignorant of until then. The book is a mosaic of the conversations he had with... more
by Shirley BassettAre you in a job you don?t like? Maybe you don?t find yourself challenged as much as you would like, and the possibility of advancement isn?t there. Perhaps you?re between jobs. Or maybe you?ve always thought about owning and operating a small business. Author Shirley Bassett knows how you feel. After a series of jobs she didn?t like, Bassett began her own small housecleaning business. She shares her experiences in her book The Antics of House Cleaning. Bassett gives you the basics on how to get... more
by Shawn F. BriscoeIn Why Debate: Transformed by Academic Discourse, Shawn F. Briscoe and a diverse group of individuals introduce readers to academic, competitive debate in our secondary schools and institutions of higher learning.Over the course of twenty chapters, eighteen authors address the role of academic debate on educational development, interpersonal relationships, career and professional lives, and society.
by James T. BartlettWith an arsenal of poison, jealousy, despair, serial killers, scandals, guns, and the ghost stories left behind, Gourmet Ghosts 2 is a second collection of murder, mystery and history at dozens of bars, restaurants, hotels and landmarks across Los Angeles. These weird tales, unpublished accounts, shocking photos and treasures uncovered in the newspaper archives will take you from Downtown to The Valley – and beyond. Learn the truth about “The Romeo Slasher,” “The Rose Murder,” the Deadliest H... more