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  • The Listening Project: Lessons of Life, Love & Listening to God

    by Christine C. Williams
    The Listening Project tells the true story of a woman who decides to make an unusual and quirky deal with God to become a better listener. What starts out as a step-by-step business model approach to learn about listening to the Divine voice within, soon turns into a far more personal and unexpected journey of loss, grief, healing, and love. An inspiring and at times irreverent book, The Listening Project makes you laugh, cry, and think about the many opportunities we have to hear God in our da... more
  • My Journey into the Wilds of Chicago: A Celebration of Chicagoland's Startling Natural Wonders

    by Mike MacDonald

    In our fast-paced world of technology, where populations are becoming more urbanized and life is increasingly experienced on electronic screens, people are losing their connection to nature. Yet nature is all around us, especially if you live in the Chicago area. Unfortunately, few Chicagoans know it's there. In My Journey into the Wilds of Chicago, photographer and humorist Mike MacDonald takes you on a trip to Chicago's wild side—a verdant, untamed Chicago that has been there all along, jus... more

  • The 8x8 Cookbook: Square Meals for Weeknight Family Dinners, Desserts and More--In One Perfect 8x8-Inch Dish

    by Kathy Strahs
    With The 8x8 Cookbook, author Kathy Strahs elevates the simple 8x8-inch square baking dish into a dinnertime secret weapon for busy families. Beyond the usual brownies and casseroles, the passionate force behind the blogs PaniniHappy.com and CookingOntheSide.com has created 64 modern “square meals”: easy weeknight one-dish meals such as Honey-Glazed Chicken with Root Vegetables, Sunday dinner recipes like Spinach-Pesto Lasagna, tasty recipes for sides such as Chard Apple Stuffing that would make... more
  • Cowboys of the Waggoner Ranch

    by Jeremy Enlow
    Fort Worth-based Jeremy Enlow was given exclusive access to the cowboys behind the prestigious reversed triple D brand of the Waggoner Ranch, the largest ranch in the United States under one fence. Enlow is an advertising, media and fine arts photographer based in Fort Worth. More than 36,000 of his images have been published worldwide. Enlow grew up in Granbury, Texas, where his first published photo appeared in the Hood County News when he was 10 years old. Committed to supporting local busine... more
  • To Belém & Back: Backroads Brazil with my Black Lab

    by Ben Batchelder

    Novelist Ben Batchelder abandoned a cozy corporate career and, instead of returning to the U.S. like a normal re-pat, moved deep into the interior of Brazil. Here, he drives his two-wheel drive station wagon into the Amazon, on the notoriously dangerous Belém-Brasília highway, and back along Brazil’s endless Atlantic Coast, on roads few if any Brazilians brave. Hence the need for such a ferocious breed as Labrador: for protection. Along the way, humorous encounters with co... more

  • Dreamcatcher

    by Ann Curtin
    Jesse Alvarez is tired of being the new kid every time his dad takes a job on another ranch. It doesn’t help that Cade Savage, the boss’s son, is a bully who has everything Jesse wants—money, a permanent home, horses, and most of all, a mother who lives with his family. Then Jesse meets Aaron Little Elk, who lives on the Wind River Reservation, steals scraps of yarn from the art room to make dreamcatchers, and never stops talking about his older brother Reuben. Despite that, they become friends,... more
  • Grace Period: My Ordination to the Ordinary

    by Melinda Worth Popham
    GRACE PERIOD tells the story of the barrage of painful life events--above all, the nightmare of her teenage daughter's intractable depression--that led Popham to leave home, at age fifty-six, for Yale Divinity School., not in pursuit of late-call ordination to the ministry, but quite simply to study God. What she discovered, though, was was that, for her, encountering God happened beyond an Ivy League Seminary. It came from encounters with off-leash dogs, a shining meadow, and fierce loneliness.... more
  • The Commons: Book 1: The Journeyman

    by Michael Alan Peck

    “Paul Reid died in the snow at seventeen. The day of his death, he told a lie—and for the rest of his life, he wondered if that was what killed him.”

    And so begins the battle for the afterlife, known as The Commons. It’s been taken over by a corporate raider who uses the energy of its souls to maintain his brutal control. The result is an imaginary landscape of a broken America—stuck in time and overrun by the heroes, monsters, dreams, and nightmares of the imprisoned dead.

    T... more

  • Good Sam

    by Dete Meserve
    When Los Angeles TV news reporter Kate Bradley is assigned to cover a story about ten people who have each found $100,000 in cash on their front porch she sets out to find the identity of the anonymous Good Samaritan, dubbed Good Sam, who is behind it all. As interest in the extraordinary gifts sweeps across the country, Kate finds the elusive Good Sam and her exclusive interview with him thrusts her into the national spotlight. Even as his message captivates viewers and wins ratings, Kate sus... more
  • 7-10 Split: My Journey as America's Whitest Black Kid

    by Michael Gordon Bennett

    7-10 Split: My Journey As America’s Whitest Black Kid, is the memoir of Michael Gordon Bennett, who at age 5, escaped America’s fractious racial climate for the friendly streets of Madrid, Spain, only to return to America and be captured by hatred’s web, forced to simultaneously confront the personal anguish of his own existence, and the harrowing history of a nation in a centuries long battle with a malignant past. 

    It’s late 1965 when... more

  • Sour Candy

    by Kealan Patrick Burke
    At first glance, Phil Pendleton and his son Adam are just an ordinary father and son, no different from any other. They take walks in the park together, visit county fairs, museums, and zoos, and eat together overlooking the lake. Some might say the father is a little too accommodating given the lack of discipline when the child loses his temper in public. Some might say he spoils his son by allowing him to set his own bedtimes and eat candy whenever he wants. Some might say that such leniency i... more
  • Siege of Praetar (Tales of a Dying Star Book 1)

    by David Kristoph
    The red giant Saria is dying. Praetar, a sand-blown planet, lies occupied. Its people are buried and beaten, forced to toil for the Melisao Empire that prepares to flee their star. Hyken, a Sentinel pilot in orbit around the planet, is faced with a moral dilemma that forces him to choose between his co-pilot and their mission. Mira, a factory worker on Praetar, struggles to make a better life for her daughters--using what little resources at her command. A slumlord named Bruno makes his own ar... more
  • Move To Fire

    by Michael W. Harkins
    A decade after an accidental shooting by a defective gun forever altered his life, teenager Brandon Maxfield and his attorney Richard Ruggieri managed to do what law enforcement and a dozen U.S. cities had attempted but never accomplished – hold accountable a manufacturer of guns so connected to crime and tragedy they were known as crime guns, junk guns, and listed in the government’s “Top Ten Guns Used in Crimes.” When the gunmaker filed bankruptcy to avoid paying his half of a $50,000,000 pro... more
  • The Bride Tournament

    by Ruth Kaufman
    Lady Eleanor de la Tour’s life turns upside down on her wedding day. Instead of her betrothed, she must wed Richard Courtenay, to whom the king has given his title and lands. Though handsome and intriguing, Richard pursues his father's alchemy quest, anathema to her because the obsession to turn base metals into gold is destroying her father. She wants Arthur, the man she loves and chose. Richard needs and wants to stay wed to Eleanor to uncover her father’s secrets. He vows to win her even as... more
  • Weight Training Without Injury: Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do!

    by Rachel Straub, MS, CSCS

    The exercise will never hurt you—only improper form causes injury. Master the essentials of proper weight training and be safe while performing the squat, lunge, leg press, lat pulldown, reverse fly, bench press, chest fly, shoulder press, shoulder raise, biceps curl, triceps extension, plank, and more!

    With over 350 full-color, step-by-step photos, Weight Training Without Injury’s unique, revolutionary approach teaches right from wrong at every step with metic... more

  • More Collected Couteau: Essays and Interviews

    by Rob Couteau

    The interview subjects in this collection include Michael Korda, the former editor in chief at Simon and Schuster and the author of "The Charmed Life"; Robert Roper, author of "Nabokov in America: On the Road to Lolita"; the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Justin Kaplan (the biographer of Mark Twain and Walt Whitman); Professor Jeffrey Jackson, author of "Paris Under Water" and "Making Jazz French"; Christopher Sawyer-Lauçanno, author of "E. E. Cummings: A Biography"; James Dempsey, author of "... more

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