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LIVING THE GOOD LIFE AT A CHEAPER PRICE: GETTING GREAT DEALS FOR A DISCOUNTED PRICE( How to make more money) How to Build Wealthby spirulina simsWhy does the phrase “living within a budget” have such a negative connotation? It shows restraint, determination, maturity, and responsibility, which should all build character and be positive. However, it may not be very much fun: forcing one to consume too much mac and cheese, decline cable access, and limit extracurricular activities. Well, Living the Good Life at a Cheaper Price blows the doors off all the preconceived notions, providing insights for better, more fulfilled living at a fr... more
by Brigitte KnowlesWhen Brigitte meets Johnny in West Palm Beach, she falls in love against her will, with a man notorious for using women for their money, their assets and their lifestyle. A gigolo that breaks hearts, destroys lives and leaves a trail of broken souls in his path, Johnny meets his match in Brigitte. The story reveals what all women should know about love and money and their dangerous mix.
by Corey Jay JohnsonCourageous is a story loosely based on the life of Avon “Flubber” Johnson Sr. In this story a young man from the streets of Baltimore is raised by a single mother and a family of proud hard working Carolina folk who have a lot of Faith and Pride. As he begins to stray away from the public school system at an early age, Flubber finds himself very much attracted to the street life of robbing, stealing, and drug dealing. He recruits a group of life long friends who take the journey with him as he ... more
by Daniel St. ClairThe Primal Contradiction is the memoir of Daniel St. Clair. As a young boy, he grew up believing that his observations were sound, that interpretations and classifications were important. He was overflowing with personal opinions, committed to upholding a system that he employed to evaluate everything that was experienced in life. However, at one point when he was a young adult, the hard-and-fast manner in which he had always perceived was suddenly and completely transformed by a power he had ne... more
by Rebecca Ross
Home is more than an address. It’s a place you belong, one that reflects who you are. This feeling of belonging comes from your being, as well as where you are.
Recognizing that relationship between you and your environment opens a door. When you understand the link between these two, you can step across a threshold and make your home a place that works well and feels right.
Being Home teaches you how to establish this link between you and the outs... more
by Frank LintonIt takes a lot of knowledge to keep a colony of honey bees healthy and productive, and the colonies of backyard and urban beekeepers often fail. \tThe Observation Hive Handbook empowers these beekeepers to become better stewards by enabling them to easily study their bees. It shows them how to keep a colony of honey bees in a glass hive where they can observe their bees without disturbing them. \tKeeping honey bees in a glass observation hive is not difficult, but it is different from keepin... more
by Ann Marquez
The day her father died of cancer, author Ann Marquez swore she would never again step foot inside his house. Two years later, after receiving a call that her Step-mum had passed away, she realized the need to serve as alternate personal representative to the ongoing probate of his estate. And the need to return.
She had assumed and imagined that with cooperation from others, the estate would “quickly and efficiently” close. Instead, confronted with secrecy, mystery, and hos... more
by Lyn Stallard and Terry TischerThis is the true story of Cody, a wacky and unadoptable but lovable shelter dog who became a hero in his town. He was adopted by Lyn and he was the model and inspiration for the fiberglass Labradors that were sold at the Summer of Labs Event in Sun Valley, Idaho. The sale of over seventy-five painted dogs raised over $100,000 for the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley, Canine Companions, the Delta Society, and the Search and Rescue Dogs of New York and the Wood River Valley. Cody saved ... more
by Gary GruberThis is a short, easy to read handbook for parents on choosing a school for their children. It offers helpful, practical advice and suggestions for making an informed decision based on a number of variables. One of the most important considerations are the specific needs and interests of the child. Making a good match between child and school improves the chances for a more successful outcome. A questionnaire at the back of the book is a helpful tool for all parents of K-12 children.
by Velva Lee Heraty, MSWThe Dream Belongs to the Dreamer is a hands-on, how-to, step-by-step guide to understanding your dreams. It is written by an expert for the mainstream community, many of whom pay attention to their dreams but don't fully understand them. Within the pages are five compelling true dream dialogues, a Glossary of Terms, a Dreamer's Toolkit, and an art gallery. It is the perfect reference book on dreams.
by Rikki TahtaGod in New York, a new book by New Yorker and technology entrepreneur Rikki Tahta, is now available in paperback and as eBook at Amazon.com. Tahta travelled across the five boroughs of New York City and asked 200 New Yorkers of different religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds what they really think and feel about God. Do they or do they not believe in a higher power? If so, how do they feel the presence of a higher power in their everyday lives? Tahta’s interview subjects talk about a... more
by Della TempleStart Living Your Life On Purpose: Most of us have little trouble being open-hearted and giving of spirit to our friends and loved ones. What's much harder is seeing those same qualities within ourselves; being as kind and compassionate to ourselves as we are to the people in our lives. If you recognize the desire to step away from the negative self-talk, to learn to nurture and care for your Spirit, then take the next step toward loving yourself inside and out. Tame Your Inner Critic: The W... more
by Della TempleRelease Negative Self-Talk & Become Your Own Best Friend. Della Temple writes about melding the worlds of the physical and the metaphysical in her new book, Tame Your Inner Critic Find Peace & Contentment to Live Your Life on Purpose. Explore the energy of your thoughts and turn the negative into positive. Discover how to use your innate intuitive abilities to heal these energies and discard judgments and criticisms that have built up over the years. With specialized exercises and meditations, t... more
by Della TempleWalking in Grace with Grief, combines Della’s story of loss with teachings of energy awareness, mindfulness, and conscious living. Filled with stories of hope and profound confidence in life after life, Walking in Grace with Grief includes many practical skills such as grounding to the earth and “filling in” with life-force energy. The easy to follow meditations provide comfort and nurturing for anyone dealing with loss.
by Laine CraftStart Again from Scratch: A no-Fail Recipe for Reviving Your Marriage takes marriages from desperate to delicious with no-fail recipes for a whole new life! After 17 years of misery, authors Laine and Steve Craft threw out the marital mess they’d made and created a new menu for restoring wedded bliss. Start Again from Scratch contains the real-life, no-fail recipe the Crafts created to revive their failing marriage. Now they want to share it with you. Happily ever after is possible in marriage, ... more
by Sherry FisherAmanda, Just The Way I Am brings to light the issues handicapped persons face from a child's point of view. This book gives adults and children a perfect tool for understanding each other's differences and similarities. This book describes some of the obstacles Amanda faces but her family is always there to love her just the way she is.