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  • Intellectual Property Law: A Practical Guide to Copyrights, Patents, Trademarks and Trade Secrets

    by Victor D. Lopez
    This is a general reference book for authors, artists, musicians, librarians, entrepreneurs and others interested in learning about intellectual property law and the processes for obtaining copyrights, trademarks and patents in the U.S. and other countries through international agreements. It is designed to be a one-stop reference guide that provides information and guidance for individuals considering obtaining copyrights, patents and/or trademarks on their own or with the assistance of an atto... more
  • Supreme Realization

    by Anthony Nayagan
    Supreme Realization is one-hundred-percent inspired, a real-life journal of a Catholic, an ordinary sinful man who searched for Truth in all religions, even leaving the Church and staying away from it for more than twenty-five years. It is a study of Christianity in light of modern scientific discoveries that recommends a deep-seated approach based on Mystical Theology for people of all religions, for everyday life. It breaks down complex theological and spiritual subject matters such as con... more
  • Artificial Intelligence: A 60 Minute Guide

    by Steven Finlay
    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is something everyone should know something about. This is because it’s having an impact on everyone’s life, even if many people don’t realize it. This spans everything from how we work, travel and shop, the way we obtain news and information, to the gadgets in our homes and even the relationships we have with each other. Drawing upon the author's wealth of experience, Artificial Intelligence: A 60 Minute Guide provides a concise, yet comprehensive, introduction t... more
  • The Purpose of Faith

    by Ron Allan Saguin
    This book details the personal journey of my faith. Through the challenges I faced, a purpose was born to live out my destiny. As I live out this purpose, my faith in a divine power guides me to see it to fruition. I share my journey so passionately because I believe many will relate to my experiences. I had to surrender to a higher power and let go of the control that had been governing my life for too long. The reality of an ego influenced by addiction caused me to hit rock bottom. I wa... more
  • Punching Babies: (a how-to guide)

    by Adron J. Smitley
    How to make writing your novel as easy as punching babies!
  • Experiencing the Body and Blood of Christ: Communicating Biblical Truth to Late Millennials and Generation Z

    by Andrew Fox
    This book recognizes the preservation and practice of Communion as a Christian celebration throughout church history and the current need to communicate the redemptive story through it to individuals and communities with a postmodern/post-Christian worldview. This book explores lived experiences of college students that represent Millennials and Generation Z with a postmodern/post-Christian worldview. The qualitative method of interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) was used to reveal w... more
  • Why We Stay Home: Suzie Learns about Coronavirus

    by Devon Scott
    Suzie is really excited to be able to stay home with her Mommy, Daddy, and older sister Millie! When Suzie expresses this to Millie, she explains to Suzie why they have been staying home with a quick lesson on coronavirus.
  • Soul Divining

    by Jocelyn Prosser
    Intuition is real. In this book, I wanted to share some of my experiences in order to raise awareness of this much-undervalued sixth sense. It can protect us and bring positivity to our lives. As humans, we rely almost totally on logic to problem solve. Hopefully, this book will give an insight into how important this sense is. Negative experiences very often occur when we ignore our gut feeling. Intuition is a spiritual tool that should be regarded as highly as the other five senses we possess.
  • The Snowman

    by Rebecca Mccaffery
    This delightful story follows the excitement of four children when they realise they have a day off school and can now play in the snow.They quickly get up and get dressed with a mission to build a snowman. Author
  • Unwavering Pursuit: Road to Becoming One with God

    by Kayla D Thomas
    Whether we are pastor's, new followers of Christ, Kingdom Warriors, or just good stewards, we all get to the point of just wanting more of God. This happens when we're in a spiritual rut, when we feel as though we've exhausted all of the possibilities on our own, or even when we're just looking for God to move for us on a deeper level. This 14 day pursuit allows you to grow closer to God, while interceding for others, seeking more of Him, and letting go of yourself. Each day consists of scriptur... more
  • Tough Man: The Greg Haugen Story

    by Anthony "Zute" George
    From the rough streets of Auburn, Washington, to the amateur circuit, the bars of Alaska, to the professional ranks, and the championship level, Greg Haugen has excelled in pugilism. For the first time, hear his own words about his boxing career. Anyone who has ever known Greg has respected him immensely as a boxer, even those who hate him. Read the testimonies of Hall of Famers Jeff Fenech, Al Bernstein, Kathy Duva, Don King, and Pernell Whitaker. Opponents Jeff Bumpus, Freddie Roach, Chris Cal... more
  • The Twelve Months of the Year in 850 Languages and Dialects

    by Kukisvoomchor
    Here are the sets of calendar months for 850 languages and dialects, complete with profiles of each. This is the database feeding “Today’s date in 850 languages” at CuriousNotions.com, except here you get to see all twelve months along with lots of intriguing supplementary information. These are languages that lie at least a bit off the beaten track, offer Gregorian calendar terms departing substantially from our modern neo-Latin, or both. Italian, German, French? You’re not here for those. Inst... more
  • I Am Different - Just Like You!

    by Rebecca DalMolin
    Just like other kids, Adella loves to run, play, sing, and dance. But there are also things that make Adella different. One difference is that she has Down syndrome. As she explains what that means, readers will discover that there are things that make them unique and how our differences make us more alike than different.
  • Learn Linux Quickly

    by Ahmed Alkabary
    If you have always wanted to learn Linux but are still afraid to do so, this book is for you! A lot of people think of Linux as a sophisticated operating system that only hackers and geeks know how to use, and thus they abort their dream of learning Linux. Well, let me surprise you! Linux is simple and easy to learn, and this book is the ultimate proof! You may have stumbled across a variety of sources that all explain Linux in a complicated and dry manner. This book does exactly the opposite; ... more
  • Revenge In America

    by K. Bruce Weddel
    The Balkan: Revenge in America Georgi Emir Angelov was his birth name. His mother’s maiden name was Bakalov meaning “grocer”. But when her illegitimate son was born, she put Angelov on the birth certificate, meaning “son of angels”. As he grew up, he lived an idyllic life in Bulgaria raised by his single mother. In one day, on his seventeenth birthday, his life went to hell when his up-till-that-very-day unknown father found them. His father destroyed Georgi’s world when he told the boy his moth... more
  • Elementary JavaScript

    by Siddharth Dalal

    Elementary JavaScript is designed to introduce anyone 10 years and up to programming. Follow along as you learn the basic concepts of programming while building parts of a game. By the end of this book, you will have learned the basics of programming and built a Pokémon card game at the same time.

    This book is based on Sidd’s experience teaching his son programming and he thinks anyone can enjoy the unlimited possibilities from knowing how to code. Code opens the doors to a... more

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