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  • Girl with a Blue Diamond

    by Ashok Y. Tamhane
    An Egyptian immigrant comes to New York city, engineer by profession, struggles through a new life in America, enjoys his single status by going to movies, Broadway plays, bars and horse races, loves Jones beach, meets a gay guy at race tracks, becomes friends, goes through cultural differences, language problems that create funny situations, meets a moody/nympho in new apartment building, feeling sad and sympathetic for that girl, gets bored of his loneliness, goes to Cleveland, away from New Y... more
  • CRASH! From Senna to Earnhardt -- How the HANS Helped Save Racing

    by Jonathan Ingram
    The 20-year struggle by Dr. Robert Hubbard and Jim Downing to gain universal acceptance for their life-saving HANS Device—now in use by over 275,000 motor racing competitors worldwide—is an amazing tale of family, genius, perseverance, tragedy and triumph. It tells how the world’s leading auto racing series shouldered the task of saving their driving heroes—and a sport.
  • How to Live the Dream: Things Every Van Lifer Needs to Know

    by Kristine Hudson
    If you’ve always wanted to live a wild and free life on the road, but have no idea how to get started, read on… Are you bored with living in the city, going to work, and never seeing anything outside your house or office? Do you feel like the walls are closing in on you? Do you finally want to say “goodbye” to the city streets and “hello” to the open road? If so, then we’re here to help.
  • The Family Camping Guide

    by Edward Horner
    This book is for every adult who has ever faced the family camping challenge. We show the reader how to prepare themselves and their family for a great outdoor getaway, under canvas. It is especially useful for new arrivals to Canada who wish to enjoy our natural world, but may not have an outdoor tradition. Included are tips for; selecting tents, cooking, getting the kids to bed, treating common camp injuries, entertaining the gang, building a fire, securing drinkable water, water safety, ... more
  • Finding Shakespeare in America

    by Colleen Sehy
    Finding Shakespeare in America brings together hundreds of Shakespeare-related attractions from across the country in a single guidebook that makes it easy to explore his remarkable American legacy. You'll find more than 200 festivals and theater companies devoted to the Bard; more than 100 places to enjoy outdoor Shakespeare performances; more than 40 Shakespeare and Elizabethan gardens; rare copies of the Bard’s works; replicas of Elizabethan theaters; statues and artwork featuring Shakespeare... more
  • Public Enemy No.1's Guide On How To Travel

    by Brendon Luke
    Public Enemy No.1's Travel Guide is a satirical look on modern travel, and the way our middle class society views it. What does travel mean to you? Does it mean an undying love for newness? A joy found in continuous discovery? Or is it simply a means to an end? Travel, like many things, can excite a light in anyone. Here is where my middle-class privilege really shines. Here is where my pathological inability to walk in another’s shoes becomes apparent. A Syrian child fleeing genocide is prob... more
  • Steering Through It: Navigating Life-Threatening Illness...Acceptance, Survival and Healing (2nd edition)

    by Lynn McLaughlin
    “A beautiful memoir that will make you want to laugh and cry. Very well written – I read it all at once, couldn’t put it down. Highly recommend EVERYONE read this book!” "Steering Through It by Lynn McLaughlin vividly captures the essence of emotions pouring over her in such an exceptional way I could feel them as my own, which shows how wonderfully talented she is as an author! Lynn McLaughlin will captivate any reader brave enough to immerse themselves in the phenomenally uplifting pages o... more
  • Tackling The Perfect Pro Football Coach: Is It Time To Change the Guard?

    by Robert John DeLuca

    Use our COST system to find a great coach!

    One statistic transcends all others when it comes to the National Football League: WINS. WIN and much good will follow. Don’t WIN and nothing much good will follow. So, what does it take to WIN? It is very simple: hire the very best coach you can. Even with a terrific coach, it will still be hard to WIN, but it is impossible without one.

    So, how do you know if a new guy will be any good before you hire him?

    We show you how in ... more

  • Running Life Matters: A Celebration of Running and Life Connections

    by Richard Goodwin, Sr.
    Running Life Matters celebrates the community of runners--particularly lifelong runners--and the valuable life lessons, experiences, and insights running provides.
  • Building a Better World in Your Backyard (Instead of Being Angry at Bad Guys)

    by paul wheaton
    Luxuriant environmentalism you can do from your own home. Make a huge, positive, global difference. Prioritize comfort over sacrifice while saving thousands of dollars. Explore dozens of solutions and their impacts on carbon footprint, petroleum footprint, and other environmental issues.
  • Gospel United

    by BETTY LEE
    The Gospel books (King James Version Americanized) are united as if the four authors had collaborated to write one book.
  • Rut-Busting Book for Authors

    by Nancy Christie
    RUT-BUSTING BOOK FOR AUTHORS, an American Book Fest’s 2019 Best Book Awards finalist, addresses the ruts that would-be and current authors can fall into when writing, publishing and promoting their books. The book includes tips, techniques and strategies from authors as well as editors, literary agents, literary attorneys, publishers, book marketing experts and other experts to help guide you on the path from concept to finished product. It provides information on the three stages involved in... more
  • Holy Wood: Movies Doing the Bible

    by Philip Scheidt
    What if the pharaoh of Egypt could post on social media using the moniker “@atmakeegyptgreatagain” and he describes his encounters with Moses? In this book he does. • What if eighteen characters are in a movie theater watching dozens of films about Bible stories, and they are free to comment or yell about absurdities and errors they see on the screen? In this book they are. For example, in the famous scene of the parting of the Red Sea in The Ten Commandments, what does a drunken defrocke... more
  • Whatever Comes My Way: Travels in the Netherlands

    by Roger Gaess
    WHATEVER COMES MY WAY is an account of my off-beat travels around the Netherlands, beyond stereotypes, roaming the country up and down, east and west (an eye out for the essence of place), getting off the well-worn track while viewing anew the familiar, seeing what people there were about: always open to chance. For my voice, I fell back onto who I am. That is, I employed a somewhat quirky (arguably iconoclastic) yet informed approach in my narrative. Being myself meant welcoming oddities, s... more
  • The Big Book of Small Presses & Independent Publishers: Small Presses, book contests, university presses, and independent publis

    by Marylee MacDonald
    Have you tried and failed to find a literary agent? Grown tired of pitch sessions and query letters? The Big Book of Small Presses and Independent Publishers lists over 350 small presses, book contests, university presses, and independent publishers that take "unagented" submissions. This book is for you if you have: finished writing your book; given up on finding an agent; waiting months for an agent to call you back; longed for an editor to validate your creativity recoiled at the t... more
  • The Last Trial of T. Boone Pickens

    by Chrysta Castañeda and Loren C. Steffy
    T. Boone Pickens, legendary Texas oilman and infamous corporate raider from the 1980s, climbed the steps of the Reeves County courthouse In Pecos, Texas in early November 2016. He entered the solitary courtroom and settled into the witness stand for two days of testimony in what would be the final trial of his life. Pickens, who was 88 by then, had made and lost billions over his long career, but he’d come to Pecos seeking justice from several other oil companies. He claimed they cut him out o... more

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