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  • The Coffeehouse Writer's Planner 2022

    by Mandi Allen
    Everything you need as an Indie author to plan your writing time and social media for the next twelve months, including a useful social content calendar, track followers, record sales, watch your word count grow. With a little planning you can achieve more in '22.
  • WORLDVIEW OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH

    by Joseph Charles Beach
    The book discusses the values of todays society and seeks to uncover God's truth. If you are seeking the meaning for your life and your purpose in life, perhaps this book can help. Also the book covers many of today's important topics and social values and how they have evolved. These topics are then compared to the values that God teaches in the Bible, to help Christians and non-believers discover real truth. People have many unanswered questions regarding these topics, and this book will help ... more
  • Roody and the Simple Gift

    by Natalie Inman
  • Can You?

    by Natalie Inman
  • Stigma Through the Eyes of a Bipolar Artist

    by David Feingold
    "Stigma Through the Eyes of a Bipolar Artist" reaches deep into the dark crevices of the author's own journey through bipolar disorder. Through the weaving of his compelling dark artwork and raw, dramatic real-life personal narratives, readers develop a visceral sense of how society perpetuates destructive bipolar stigma and self-stigma. He refers to this as the Bipolar Impaired Self, a pervasive sense of hopelessness and despair, separate from the classic behavioral and emotional challenges of... more
  • Soldier Mom

    by Jodi Martin
    Loving story about children's POV for their Soldier Mom
  • Manifesto of A Servant

    by Paul Paps
    The manifesto begins with setting the stage for the good work of the people to begin by laying the groundwork for the Tiger Foundation a worldwide trust organization for the betterment of society. The manifesto then presents forty real world objectives, directives, initiatives, and policy works for the foundation to undertake. Then the manifesto covers the religious world and ends with a call to duty for all the people.
  • Robert's Rules of Order Fast Track: The Brief and Easy Guide to Parliamentary Procedure for the Modern Meeting

    by Jim Slaughter

    Easy, accessible, and to the point. Robert's Rules of Order Fast Track gives you everything you need to know to conduct shorter, fairer, and more orderly meetings.

    In this new and improved update based on the most recent Robert's Rules of Order, you'll find:
    - The fundamentals of parliamentary procedure, with tips on knowing which rules to use for your meetings.
    - Simple suggestions for making, seconding, and debating motions.
    - A primer on voting, from knowin... more

  • Leary's Global Wineology: A Guide to Wine Education, Mentorships, and Scholarships

    by Charlie Leary
    This is the only guide to wine education programs, classes, and scholarships. Those desiring to increase their understanding and appreciation of wine for personal enjoyment or social know-how, and those who are want to pursue a professional career in the wine industry now confront a plethora of wine education options with a confusing array of titles, degrees, certificates, and specializations. Some wine education is free and short, while other programs can cost dearly in time and money. Some cou... more
  • Wild Moon Healing

    by Donna S. Conley
    You can create your best life. Be happy, do the things you love, and don’t feel guilty about any of it. Wild Moon Healing is about how you move through life and how to harness the energy of lunar cycles to awaken your inner truth. It provides a paradigm to help you make life decisions that are in your best interest. Using the moon’s energy to help you live on purpose, you can gain the courage to leave an unhealthy relationship, overcome an addiction, or take inspired action toward your dreams. T... more
  • The Other Side of Nam

    by William Travis
    Many stories have been written about the Vietnam War. This story is not meant to point fingers or judge; it is a story of events that happened to me, starting in 1968. War is hell is an understatement! Kenny knew something was wrong as his best friend tripped a wire. For a couple of seconds, they just stared at each other. It was as if his friend were saying goodbye. Even though it was only seconds, it lasted so long! Then came the explosion! His friend put his back against the mortar on the ... more
  • Self Care for Educators: Soul-Nourishing Practices to Promote Wellbeing

    by Paul Shotsberger
    Having come through a once-in-a-century season of prolonged crisis, teachers and educational leaders from all sectors and career stages are in desperate need of meaningful, proactive self and soul care. As educators, we have willingly chosen to step into a helping profession where–even in the best of times–the emotional toll of giving of ourselves for students, colleagues, and communities can be exacting. For these reasons, cultivating time and space for intentional, purposeful soul-renewing sel... more
  • Dare to Imagine

    by Leonard Eckhaus
    Dare to Imagine is a cornucopia of wonderful children’s poems, songs and fables. Each of the poems is also a fun lyric to a song that the children can sing along with. Follow the kitten Patches as she makes a new friend and learns how important it is to heed her mother’s advice; read the fairytale of Sirius, the brightest star in our galaxy and how she taught all the other stars to shine brightly; go on a great adventure with Darby as he rides trolley cars and marches in a parade; and go alon... more
  • Savanna Town & Rhonda's Cat Series Collection

    by David W Nichols
    20 various children's stories which teach life lessons with ethics and moral values. Educating reading skills and reading comprehension.
  • Stopping the Rise of Sea Level

    by wasfi youssef
    This is the first book that presents a feasible solution that stops, or even everses, the rise of sea level. Before tat, the world assumes that the rise of sea level is unstoppable. The proposed solution is to use a portion of the water the rivers of the world discharge into the open seas (oceans, seas, and gulfs) to plant 100 billion shade and fruit trees, irrigate 240 million acres of agricultural crops, and produce 10 billion cubic meters of potable water each year.

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