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by Richard A. DeliaA compendium of the wit and wisdom of 15,000+ Americanisms, adages, aphorisms, bromides, clichés, colloquialisms, epigrams, figures of speech, idioms, maxims, platitudes, proverbs, tongue twisters, spoonerisms and memorable doggerel to entertain and amuse lovers of the creative use of the English language.
by Richard DeliaA compendium of the wit and wisdom of 15,000+ Americanisms, adages, aphorisms, bromides, clichés, colloquialisms, epigrams, figures of speech, idioms, maxims, platitudes, proverbs, tongue twisters, spoonerisms and memorable doggerel designed to entertain and amuse lovers of the creative use of the English language.
by Barbara Floersch
Updated and expanded, this new version of The Grantsmanship Center’s seminal publication on how to win grants gives essential information that’s crystal clear, easy to understand, and loaded with lots of concrete examples. This is the format that most successful grantseekers use to develop proposals and that many funders use for application guidelines. Named the “grantseekers’ Bible” by the New York Times in 2006, the original guide has been used in over... more
by Mare CromwellMare Cromwell was awakened at 5 AM in November of 2013, and given specific instructions from the Great Mother to set aside that winter to listen and write The Great Mother Bible. Out of that spiritual call has come this revolutionary and humorous book of spiritual wisdom that speaks to the wondrous sacred realms in which we live. With teachings ranging from the role of aliens on Earth, the Christ Consciousness, and the need for balance between the Sacred Feminine and Divine Masculine, the Great ... more
by Annie DikeSalt of a Sailor explores the true origins of a durable, but not-so-dainty sailor. "Had I ever sailed? No. Did I think that mattered? No. But I had endured enough uncomfortable and arguably dire situations that I felt I had whatever grit and guile I needed to handle this silly sailing stuff. I parachuted with a sheet, drove a car that started with a screwdriver, swished with hydrogen peroxide. I rode horses, climbed rocks, leapt off cliffs. I spent summers in the sleeper of a big rig. I... more
by D. C. DonahueAll of us at have a curiosity of things we don't understand at first glance. Keira is a curious child who loves to explore and discover things, especially about her environment. This delightful story follows Keira, on her journey, of self realization. Every child can remember a time they were startled by their own reflection and taking a deeper look into themselves in that moment. I hope that feeling of self discovery was captured within these pages.
How to "Find us on Facebook": An Essential Guide for Indie Authors Wanting to Optimize Their Internet Presenceby Chariss K. WalkerAn Essential Guide for Indie Authors, Bloggers, or anyone else who wants to optimize their Internet presence. Learn to: •\tOpen a Facebook account •\tSet up a profile •\tCreate a “Page” •\tConnect that “Page” to your personal account •\tUse the “About” section to your advantage •\tFind Author Apps to enhance your “Page” •\tUse “Notes” to share your work •\tAnd other tips to optimize your Author presence Plus, these additional Bonus Features!
by Erika BergBearing witness to the real-life stories of children forced to flee violent conflict and persecution in their native land, Forced to Flee: Visual Stories by Refugee Youth from Burma illustrates how a single narrative image can tell the story of a thousand words while building bridges of understanding. This poignant, timely and visually-arresting book honors the stories of refugees denied their rights, stories of trauma, resilience, courage, perseverance and irrepressible hope. In Forced to Flee,... more
by Kirk A Ellis
Any Home Computer User or Small Business Owner can now learn how to truly use the infected Internet effectively, privately, reliably, safely, securely and wisely. The collection and distribution of your Internet activity and personal information is a business/crime that is out of control (on amphetamines). Hackers/crackers, thieves, scorned lovers, corporations and your government are employing extraordinary means and billions of dollars in hardware to gather, exploit and sell information abo... more
by Sharon G. FormanThis sports oriented guide to the Passover seder portrays the story of the Exodus as a lively baseball game. With Moses as the team captain for the Israelites and Pharaoh heading up the Taskmasters, the lineups struggle for dominance. God throws the ultimate "splitter," making way for the Israelites to cross the Sea of Reeds. Values taught at the seder, such as love of freedom, kindness to strangers, and concern for others are celebrated in this user friendly Haggadah with particular sensitiv... more
by Cassie HarteNOBODY TOLD ME is the true story of my 25year dependency on prescribed medication. It is a harrowing story of events, influenced by the medication. Antidepressants adversely affected my sense of judgment and reason and so resulted in my many mistakes. My story tells of the ease in which these drugs were prescribed, the side effects and the horrors of withdrawal. It tells of 4 marriages, the loss of two babies and the pain and horror of withdrawal.Although a painful story it is ultimately a story... more
by Janna GraberWhen you travel seeking adventure, you never know what you will find – or what will find you. Here are 24 true stories of adventure that will quicken the heart and shorten the breath. Adventure can mean so many things. For some, adventure is climbing the peaks of Tibet, sailing the open seas or cycling through Europe. For others, it means conquering a fear or pushing yourself to a whole new level. And for many, adventure means bravely stepping into the unknown of a new culture, language or se... more
by Christopher MurrayUnusual Punishment traces the journey of one prison from order to chaos and back again. As the 1960s drew to an end, the Washington State Penitentiary was an ordered world over which one man exercised absolute control. On the warden's word an inmate could be thrown naked into a blackout cell without light or companionship, or an officer's career could abruptly end. A few years later, all semblance of order had vanished. Convicts had the only keys to certain prison areas. Bikers roared their pris... more
by Cheryl Davis HornungHeckery Dekkery Dog is a traveling reporter doing research on endangered species, but he’s otherwise known as Rufus, a Havanese. Rufus is especially interested in saving endangered species because his breed almost became extinct. He wants to understand why there’s an endangered species list, so he goes on a world-wide assignment to interview endangered species and find out what he can do to help. The first animal he meets is Peace Hippo who becomes Rufus’s traveling companion. The two travel... more
by Eli MerchantA new approach to economic theory and practice and the structure of the market place
by Sanam Bakshi