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by R. John
This booklet is directed at the person who has never bought or owned a share of stock in their lives. Never invested in a Mutual Fund and has absolutely no idea what the initials EFT means.
This booklet is NOT going to tell you how to make a million bucks in one week. That’s virtually impossible to do, but it will give you some instructions that may help you get far better than bank interest on an investment of any size.
It covers stocks, mutual funds, IRAs, whole life annuiti... more
by Earl DingmanTeaches the newcomer to self--publishing about free and paid editing, grammar tools, formatting your book text for both eBooks and print books. Fonts, size, style of text, indents and paragraphing. A look inside the process of making a print book. Introduction to Copyrights. Sample of how a simple cover is made using free programs like Paint. Webpages with an HTML primer so you can code a simple page. An introduction to promotion and tools like Twitter and Facebook. Resource links to both free a... more
by Elizabeth Stewart, Ph.D.A concise guide for parents of Millennials, No Thanks Mom offers safe advice on what to do with those objects that were lovingly saved, but are not welcomed by the next generation. Learn how to downsize your home without upsizing your children’s home, and without causing strife in your relationships. Prompted by a personal experience of discovering her own treasures in a Goodwill store, Dr. Stewart’s fun-to-read guide will have you alternating between laughter and tears as she sets forth plans ... more
by Erwin LazaroA genuine love story for family and life, Angels Among Us is a philosophical narrative. Memoirs of one man?s journey of finding answers to questions revealed along the way. Multidimensional in its telling, music intertwines and connects personal values, popular culture, and a time frame that spans twenty-three years. An appreciation of the built and natural landscape color the canvas of discovery. Angels Among Us is an introspective and physical journey that evokes a wide range of emotions throu... more
by Emily Lawrence
by Nina M Kelly, Ph.D.Life often reveals itself in ways we would not choose. Yet in those devastating times, the resilience of the human spirit has the opportunity to shine. It is in those moments that Grace comes to weave the fabric we call life. Herein are the stories told in letters to my friend. I have been afforded the opportunity to experience the benevolence of humanity, the selfless gifts of those whose hearts were touched by horrific events. These are the uplifting journeys in Grace Has a Silent Voice.
by B. Lynn GoodwinHow does a 62-year-old woman who’s never been married find happiness with a two-time widower seeking his third wife on . . . Craigslist!? Does she throw caution to the wind and relinquish her freedom, or should she take a crash course in compromises? Author B. Lynn Goodwin tells all and more in NEVER TOO LATE. How she was attracted to Richard’s clear expectations, his honesty, and his incredible openness. She’d never met anyone like him. Would she recognize love if it knocked on her heart?... more
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by Nancy ChristieTHE GIFTS OF CHANGE encourages readers to take a closer look at how they deal with the inevitability of change and ways in which they can use change to gain a new perspective, re-evaluate their goals and reconsider their options. It’s about making the most out of the changes that occur — even the ones that are difficult to handle.
by Alison O'Donnell
Chronicling 100 really awful dates, followed by a moral learned from each horrific experience, the book offers online dating advice for both single men & women. It is also a fun read for married people (and will likely give them a new appreciation for their partner!). Written in short snippets, it's an easy read that's as fun as it is practical. Makes a great gift!
by Raphael CollazoAre you a driven millennial who often feels frustrated about where you are in life? Are your personal relationships, waistline, job situation and/or bank account not where you want them to be? Well, then this is the book for you."The Millennial Playbook: Proven Success Strategies for the Millennial Generation" is packed with proven strategies and tips Millennials can use to chart a course to a better life. In this book, you'll discover various strategies related to Personal development, Professi... more
by Maggie BrumitDon't get burned out! This book will share with you how to have peace among this chaos called life. It will show you how to take time to adjust, realign and move on. Maggie leads you on a journey, teaches you how to apply your SPF 15 and keep on keepin' on. Your day-to-day will never be the same and you will find out how to "Just Be You." Sit back, find a quiet place and enjoy this life changing experience as you read Life's a Beach.
by Alicia Ros MarroquinA book of Spiritual Philosophy in which each of the 13chapters begins with a veil painting illustration. Chapters include 'Knowledge and Freedom' 'The Lost Art of Medicine' 'Courage in the 21st Century' 'Sculpture to Portrait' and 'The Human Journey.' The book challenges today's ideas which have discouraged innate truth from a perspective of higher wisdom, man's inherent gift.
by Barbara Strickland
Human life revolves around emotions. This exploration of life through poetry follows a trail of love, hate, happiness, depression, joy and death. Human emotions are complex and often involve a dark side. Being able to express all we feel is a way of dealing with the things life throws at us, and sharing it helps us feel less alone.
by Paul F. ArmstrongVery good leaders are puzzled why people are leaving a company. The CEO is pressured by the board to turn it around. He relies on one young leader to serve as the point to figure this out. She uses her love of nature and Bible to get the first clue. Others use their work experience, industrial experts and one even uses the experience of fixing a car. This is the journey that they each need to make, personally and as a team, to turn a nice sounding idea into a real business application that will ... more
by Thad CummingsIn a world that has become polarized in every form, Running From Fear is about looking at the thing behind the thing addressing the root causes instead of poking away at the symptoms. The goal is the engage a conversation around the "whys?" to all of life's challenges rooting back in one single issue.