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  • Soul Divining

    by Jocelyn Prosser
    Intuition is real. In this book, I wanted to share some of my experiences in order to raise awareness of this much-undervalued sixth sense. It can protect us and bring positivity to our lives. As humans, we rely almost totally on logic to problem solve. Hopefully, this book will give an insight into how important this sense is. Negative experiences very often occur when we ignore our gut feeling. Intuition is a spiritual tool that should be regarded as highly as the other five senses we possess.
  • Unwavering Pursuit: Road to Becoming One with God

    by Kayla D Thomas
    Whether we are pastor's, new followers of Christ, Kingdom Warriors, or just good stewards, we all get to the point of just wanting more of God. This happens when we're in a spiritual rut, when we feel as though we've exhausted all of the possibilities on our own, or even when we're just looking for God to move for us on a deeper level. This 14 day pursuit allows you to grow closer to God, while interceding for others, seeking more of Him, and letting go of yourself. Each day consists of scriptur... more
  • Tough Man: The Greg Haugen Story

    by Anthony "Zute" George
    From the rough streets of Auburn, Washington, to the amateur circuit, the bars of Alaska, to the professional ranks, and the championship level, Greg Haugen has excelled in pugilism. For the first time, hear his own words about his boxing career. Anyone who has ever known Greg has respected him immensely as a boxer, even those who hate him. Read the testimonies of Hall of Famers Jeff Fenech, Al Bernstein, Kathy Duva, Don King, and Pernell Whitaker. Opponents Jeff Bumpus, Freddie Roach, Chris Cal... more
  • The Twelve Months of the Year in 850 Languages and Dialects

    by Kukisvoomchor
    Here are the sets of calendar months for 850 languages and dialects, complete with profiles of each. This is the database feeding “Today’s date in 850 languages” at CuriousNotions.com, except here you get to see all twelve months along with lots of intriguing supplementary information. These are languages that lie at least a bit off the beaten track, offer Gregorian calendar terms departing substantially from our modern neo-Latin, or both. Italian, German, French? You’re not here for those. Inst... more
  • Learn Linux Quickly

    by Ahmed Alkabary
    If you have always wanted to learn Linux but are still afraid to do so, this book is for you! A lot of people think of Linux as a sophisticated operating system that only hackers and geeks know how to use, and thus they abort their dream of learning Linux. Well, let me surprise you! Linux is simple and easy to learn, and this book is the ultimate proof! You may have stumbled across a variety of sources that all explain Linux in a complicated and dry manner. This book does exactly the opposite; ... more
  • Revenge In America

    by K. Bruce Weddel
    The Balkan: Revenge in America Georgi Emir Angelov was his birth name. His mother’s maiden name was Bakalov meaning “grocer”. But when her illegitimate son was born, she put Angelov on the birth certificate, meaning “son of angels”. As he grew up, he lived an idyllic life in Bulgaria raised by his single mother. In one day, on his seventeenth birthday, his life went to hell when his up-till-that-very-day unknown father found them. His father destroyed Georgi’s world when he told the boy his moth... more
  • Self-editing for Self-publishers

    by Richard Bradburn

    What is self-editing?

    Self-editing is a vital stage of the production of a book. It's usually either ignored by "how-to-write" books, or treated as part of the creative writing process. Both of these approaches can result in a poor end product.

    This book gives you a clear and easy-to-follow three-stage process to work through, mirroring the editing that a traditionally published book undergoes. Broken down ... more

  • IN WHAT IMPORTANT WAYS SCHOOL CLEANING SERVICE WILL DECREASE FLU EPIDEMICS?

    by Wilson Alton
    It must be a common observation that Flu season is going to be rigid on everyone, but it is particularly inflexible on teachers, students, and faculty in schools. While several staff members get the flu shot each year to aid in stopping infection and keep the virus from spreading, it is not a fully efficient solution to keeping the flu at bay. Constant hand washing and sanitizer usage assistance, but not everybody keeps an eye on these vital flu avoidance protocols. Sick students make for sick t... more
  • "Desert Gold"

    by GD Bruny

    "DESERT GOLD":- The lure of Lasseter's Lode.

    At the time of The Great Depression, in 1930, Lewis Harold Bell Lasseter and his fellow expedition members ventured into Australia's vast and remote desert wilderness; enticed by the expectation of making their fortune.

    [Desert Gold, is a 48-page pictorial and textual digital book]

  • A Fracture Within

    by Peter Sellin
    Extreme hallucinations, metaphysical imprisonment, paranoia, and heart-wrenching sleep delusional experiences are what happens when things don’t go according to plan and your mental health gets the better of you!
  • Christianity a Flawed Religion

    by Warren William Luce
    This book shows how Christian dogma has strayed far from God’s word and the teachings of Jesus Christ, the harm it does and what to do about it. Based on the words of God and Jesus, this book explores a new reality of religion which, when followed, will make our world better, perhaps even the paradise that was intended for us.
  • Christianity a Flawed Religion

    by Warren William Luce
    This book shows how Christian dogma has strayed far from God’s word and the teachings of Jesus Christ, the harm it does and what to do about it. Based on the words of God and Jesus, this book explores a new reality of religion which, when followed, will make our world better, perhaps even the paradise that was intended for us.
  • Christianity: A Flawed Religion

    by Warren Luce
    This book shows how Christian dogma has strayed far from God’s word and the teachings of Jesus Christ, the harm it does and what to do about it. Based on the words of God and Jesus, this book explores a new reality of religion which, when followed, will make our world better, perhaps even the paradise that was intended for us.
  • Ultimate: The First Five Decades, Vol. II

    by Joseph Seidler
    ULTIMATE--The First Five Decades, Vol. II covers the history of the sport of ultimate frisbee from 2005-2018. It is a coffee-table style book with over 200 great ultimate photos and a detailed history.
  • After Adam: The Books of Moses

    by Laurance Wieder
    After Adam is a prosimetrum, a story told in prose and verse. Mortality is its theme. Populated by rabbis, storytellers, mystics, poets, travelers and philosophers, this Abrahamic saga in 54 chapters begins with the creation of the human and closes with the death of Moses.
  • The Last Lead Holders - guest for fulfillment

    by Richard Deatherage
    Unemployed by the recession of 2008, author Richard Deatherage tells his coming of age story as he struggled through his unemployment, while visiting his ailing father at his parents home, he is reminded of his childhood growing up, going up and down his parents stairway, walls filled with family photos, as a parade of memories flood over him, reminiscing the untold stories of his youth with his parents. Moving from Air Force base to Air Force base every four years. he lived and traveled throu... more

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