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  • Gaining the High Ground over Evolutionism

    by Robert J. O'Keefe
    Gaining the High Ground over Evolutionism investigates a philosophical problem with a history, how what began as a stipulation of scientific inquiry, the stipulation of natural causes only, ended up as a conclusion--the conclusion that natural causes are all that exist.
  • Not Quite Lost: Travels Without A Sense of Direction

    by Roz Morris
    In life there’s the fast lane, and then there’s the scenic route. Take your time getting there and you might meet people whose personal quests are as gripping as those of any household name. In Not Quite Lost, Roz Morris celebrates the hidden stories in the apparently ordinary. Her childhood home, with a giant star-gazing telescope on the horizon and a garden path that disappears under next door's house. A tour guide in Glastonbury who is having a real-life romance with a character from A... more
  • Sky Theater: Essays on Rural Life and Community from the Editor of Dakotafire Magazine

    by Heidi Marttila-Losure

    Sky Theater is a collection of opinion writing by Heidi Marttila-Losure from her time as editor of Dakotafire magazine. The articles include perspectives on agriculture, technology, education, health, wealth, and even the benefits of long underwear. The title comes from one of the underappreciated benefits of rural living: an unobstructed view of the ever-changing sky.

    This edition features 54 color images.

  • Content Writing

    by Junaid Shah
    Our team consists of talented and dexterous writers who have the capability to produce fresh and high-quality content at the affordable prices.
  • Misreading Judas: How Biblical Scholars Missed the Biggest Story of All Time

    by Robert Wahler

    The 2006 world-wide introduction of the discovery of the Gospel of Judas by the National Geographic Society was not only incorrectly done, it stated the exact opposite of what it really says because the scholars chosen to interpret it were all Christian-religion biased. Judas is the sacrifice and Master.

  • Philosophy

    by Rahmel Garner
    This is a book for thinkers. It is a book that consists of psychogenic-spiritual-growth. It teaches how learning-and-living are religion itself. It reveals to us the many realities of illusion-and-truth. And of suffering-and-salvation, and opens our eyes to the sad fact of never attaining the perfection that we seek. It is a message that confounds us all and sanctifies our desperate plea for self-renunciation.
  • All-In-One Basic to Advanced Guide to Genealogy & Ancestry History Research

    by Kimberly Berry
    This book is the one all-inclusive guide you can't do without, the most thorough and comprehensive, from basic to advanced, easy-to-follow, no fluff strategy to researching your ancestry. This guide not only helps you find genealogical information, but digs deeper into how to actually interpret that information, verify its accuracy, and how to use what you find to make further discoveries.
  • Couldn't give it a title

    by ritika raj
    You read the title of the book and found it to be absurd. Fair enough. Doesn’t it make you more curious to unravel what’s inside? In the 18 years of my life I discovered and realized a lot of stuff that’s worth sharing. So here I present before you all, a compilation of all my thoughts, regrets and realizations propounded with a reader-friendly writing style that would take you on a journey where some pages would make you nod and say “that’s so true” and other pages would remind you of someone ... more
  • cover book

    by santiago ribeiro
    Philosophy in a Meaningless Life provides an account of the nature of philosophy which is rooted in the question of the meaning of life. It makes a powerful and vivid case for believing that this question is neither obscure nor obsolete, but reflects a quintessentially human concern to which other traditional philosophical problems can be readily related; allowing them to be reconnected with natural interest, and providing a diagnosis of the typical lines of opposition across philosophy's debate... more
  • Auto Upkeep: Maintenance, Light Repair, Auto Ownership, and How Cars Work

    by Michael E. Gray and Linda E. Gray
    From choosing an insurance policy to performing basic maintenance and repair, Auto Upkeep presents the information that every driver needs to know. Auto Upkeep provides essential information on automotive systems, common problems, repair procedures, tools, safety, choosing a repair facility, car buying, and insurance policies. Chapters include helpful guides regarding servicing, tech tips, troubleshooting, average replacement part prices, and frequently asked questions. Links to websites, videos... more
  • All-In-One Basic to Advanced Guide to Genealogy & Ancestry History Research

    by Kimberly Berry
    This book is the one all-inclusive guide you can’t do without, the most thorough and comprehensive, from basic to advanced, easy-to-follow, no fluff strategy to researching your ancestry. This guide not only helps you find genealogical information, but digs deeper into how to actually interpret that information, verify its accuracy, and how to use what you find to make further discoveries. A simple, but thorough, step-by-step guide to the basics as well as the more technical aspects of ancestr... more
  • Gagged and Bound: A Book of Puns, One-Liners and Dad Jokes

    by Nick Jones
    Gagged and Bound is a riotous, rapid-fire collection of over 500 original gags written by pun-loving jokesmith Nick Jones and published by Full Media Ltd. With a mixture of witty one-liners, playful puns and dubious dad jokes, coupled with some great visual gags illustrated by Tiffany Sheely, Gagged and Bound will leave you grinning like a maniac – so probably best not to read it while travelling on public transport.
  • Grammar Nazis Are Not Always Rite, Right, Write

    by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
    Grammar Nazis Are Not Always Rite, Right, Write is based on a fiction writing course I taught at a small university that repudiates in both humorous and serious ways what is considered by the majority of writers what is proper and necessary for writing fiction. It is not a HOW TO book. It is a book intended to help you find your own creative path, get rid of your fear over writing, and answer many questions that seem to haunt both beginning and established writers. It covers many preconceived id... more
  • Dragon Boats in August: NYC Through a Year of Celebrations

    by John Ewing

    Dragon Boats in August: NYC through a Year of Celebrations is a festive introduction to New York’s diversity, month by month. Young readers can learn about NYC’s many cultural traditions—Chinese, Indo-Caribbean, Jewish, Mexican, Puerto Rican, and more—starting with the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in Queens and culminating in a fireworks show in lower Manhattan on Independence Day. This delightful picture book features informative texts and ... more

  • just two words: tiny mantras for a satisfying life

    by karen alonge
    words create ripples. choose yours carefully. these tiny mantras only contain two words, but don't be fooled by their brevity! just two words is all it takes to provide an energizing and compelling focal point for your intention. open this book at random whenever you feel the need for a positive shift in your perspective, mood, or attitude.
  • The Bird Feeder of Istanbul

    by John Ewing

    In the heart of old Istanbul, a boy and his grandfather sell birdseed to travelers, who come from far away to explore the city and marvel at its beautiful mosques. Experience pigeons cooing in the square, ferries crossing the Bosphorus, Turkish crafts and foods, and Yeni Camii – the 350-year-old “New Mosque” at the center of community life. Discover Istanbul through your senses!

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