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  • Radio Daze

    by Aaron Zevy
    When acclaimed comic writer Aaron Zevy began to collect vintage radios, his friends and family hoped they might get a respite from the barrage of short stories which had been filling their inboxes. After all, how much trouble can one man, no matter how unusual and prone to social and dating mishaps he might be, get into while engaged in a sedate hobby ordinarily associated with reticence and retirement? In Radio Daze, Zevy, often joined with his usual associates - the Ketel and cran drinki... more
  • A Woman's Guide to Self-Defense: 5 steps to staying safe forever: A self-defense how to for building your mindset, building your

    by Patti Stewart
    A 5-step guide to staying safe in any situation. Written by a woman, for women.
  • Education and Science

    by Christopher K. Slaton, Ed.D.
    The Brain’s Body Help to Improve Brain, Body, and Sense Events is one of those self-improvement books that help readers understand how action research can lead to a more integrated and advanced life. Paraphrasing Wikipedia, action research is a method of transformative change while simultaneously acting and doing research. This self-improvement book guides readers through the benefits of action research to help them live more effectively as they decide how to respond to different circumstances. ... more
  • A Texas Education

    by Tom Segady
    This is a book about personal experience, but it is not a memoir. While experiencing threatening situations and circumstances that define one’s life, the author invites encounters with others to teach him important life’s lessons, while in fact he has been a college teacher for over thirty years. Learning—and unlearning—can come from anyone at any time. What is critical is remaining open to the encounters with others and seeing the joy in the act of experiencing. Life and learning are performanc... more
  • The Hereafter

    by Zagloul Kadah
    Synopsis Of the Hereafter \tThe Oneness of God is the flag post around which this author marshals all his thoughts and ideas to recognize God’s work and His unlimited bounties upon every single creature, so we could give thanks and worship Him in an appropriate way. \tTo prove the point, the author goes back to the beginning of the creation some 13.8 billion years ago when God initiated the Big Bang to create billions of stars in an ever-expanding universe. Out of that, God created our so... more
  • 1-Year Calendar Training Journal For The Science Within A Heathen Warriors Fitness Manual

    by Michael C Williams
    This 1-Year Calendar Training Journal was created to be a Supplement to the Original Copyrighted Version of The Science Within A Heathen Warriors Fitness Manual. Features within: \tA Portable logbook made easier to transport to the gym or any recreation area \tIt can be used with the Original Manual and/or personal exercise program \teBook readers and all Athletes \t1-Year Calendar Log \t7 Av²/ci WOD sheets per six-week Calendar \tProgress Notes for Documenting your Fitness Evolutio... more
  • The Science Within A Heathen Warriors Fitness Manual

    by Michael C Williams
    Whether you are a Soldier in a Military Branch fighting for the Country, Disabled Veteran, Recovering Athlete, A First Responder risking his or her life for the community, Construction Worker, Truck Driver, Warehouse Laborer, Blue Collar, White Collar, or Inmate wearing Prison Blues. The Science Within A Heathen Warriors Fitness Manual can be aligned with anybody's lifestyle and daily/weekly Exercise Goals. Featured inside this Manual: 2 Year Calendar with 30 workout slots per month to track p... more
  • Soldier

    by Danny Stewart
    Soldier: From Script to Screen includes: An examination of the evolution of the western into a whole sub-genre of films and looks in detail behind the scenes of Soldier, one of the most obscure, overlooked, and underrated science fiction films. A discussion of Soldier’s legacy and how it drew inspiration from George Steven’s 1953 western, Shane. An Overview of the Career of Actor Kurt Russell. An exclusive Interview with the Oscar-nominated Screenwriter David Webb Peoples. An interv... more
  • Organizing Tips for 365 Days with Homework

    by Deborah Tebbe

    It is a guide that contains a different do-it-yourself tip each day for a year to obtain a clutter-free environment. With scriptures, website links, and easy-to-implement goals included. Tebbe, a professional organizer, offers a host of pointers-from organization, to time management, etiquette, spirituality, laughter, and charity. Includes homework to become accountable for the tip.

  • Thrive: Long-Term Wilderness Survival Guide; Skills, Tips, and Gear for Living on the Land

    by Juan Pablo Quiñonez



    Combining proven, no-nonsense modern survival skills with bushcraft techniques, step-by-step instructions, and over 400 illustrations, THRIVE shows you how to survive in the wilderness for multiple days.

    Reflecting the latest in survival knowledge a... more

  • Homo Novus: A Brief His-story of Tomorrow

    by Amakiri Welekwe

    Humanity is at a critical moment in history. Our species faces the potential risk of extinction and the rise of a new human species that threatens to replace the current one or become the dominant one. In this thoroughly researched book, Amakiri Welekwe addresses these concerns by examining history from God’s perspective. History doesn’t just tell us something about the past; it also points to the future. We cannot change the past, but history helps us avoid costly mistakes and ch... more

  • A History of Religious Rules: A Legacy of Piety and Coercion

    by claude varner
    The prophets and founders of the great monotheisms, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, have brought stirring messages of fulfilment and hope through faith. Besides great spiritual visions, these messages have contained many rules concerning morals, ethics, organization, punishments, and piety. This book is history of how these rules have played out over the last 2500 years. The other religious questions about eternity, heaven, and paradise will, as always, be the subject of personal experience.... more
  • Behind the Green Apron

    by Riki Farrar
    Experiences told from the Barista’s perspective. After 12 years of making coffee and drinks for the masses this Barista shares what she see’s and hears dealing with customers who can’t seem to get enough. Very relatable and humorous.
  • Short Stories of Meaningful (Meaningless) Sex

    by Jodi Kassowitz
    Short Stories of Meaningful Meaningless Sex" is a captivating collection of short stories that delves deep into the complexities of human sexuality and relationships. From steamy one-night stands to unconventional arrangements, these stories offer a fresh perspective on the nuances of modern relationships and challenge our preconceived notions about what sex and intimacy mean. With thought-provoking prose and provocative insights, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in exploring the i... more
  • On to Plan C

    by Jeremiah A. Gilbert
    After more than two years of trip cancellations and travel credits, the world finally started to open again in 2022. Part travelogue and part photo essay, On to Plan C finds its author vaccinated, masked, and eager to get back on the road, assessing the realities of a post-COVID world. With ever-changing testing and entry requirements, is it possible to get back to normal after everything changed? Or is there now a new normal when it comes to travel? Includes nearly two hundred color and black &... more
  • Heartfelt Goodbye

    by Bruce Rule
    This manual is for you if want to honor your loved one with the proper tribute at a memorial service but in your grieving you don’t know what to say or how to organize your thoughts. Maybe you aren’t comfortable with writing or public speaking. If so, this straightforward step-by-step guide is for you. Inside you will learn how to: * Collect memories that show what made your loved one special * Decide on the main points you want to make * Choose what to include (and what to leave out) * Org... more