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  1. How to write and speak persuasively to achieve organizational goals.
  2. Jenice Graham Benedict’s true-life epic spans a hundred years beginning with her great-great-grandfather, an Alabama Confederate soldier, and continues with her Southern family through six other protagonists. Each of the novel’s characters typifies a segment of the American dream, living it in their own way, along with their great sacrifices.
  3. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
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  5. Short Fiction collection about Dads: the good, bad, and in-between.
  6. Learn to screen, buy and sell the highest quality preferred stocks
  7. Liam finds himself in a group home for troubled young adults. His situation is made worse as he sees all of his disorders personified by those he has lost. He sees his ADHD dancing around the room, hears his anxiety panicking in the corner, and fears that his intermittent explosive disorder will one day convince him to seriously hurt someone.
  8. This book by an EPA insider reviews the history, science, and law of pollution control. It displays the tools available now to control man-made climate change. It inspires concerned citizens, especially younger people who will inherit a dangerous planet, to join in saving our life on Earth.
  9. “Lessons About Life” is a spiritual self-help book of modern-day parables. Through classroom vignettes, the author shines a spiritual light on everyday experiences and draws spiritual lessons from the mundane events of life. Put it beside your bed for a 5-minute inspiration before you drop off to sleep—a little boost along your spiritual journey!
  10. Mary Magdalene was regarded as "the forbidden female" in the Christian tradition: wild, free and sinful. This book contains a dialogue with and messages from Mary Magdalene, channeled by Pamela Kribbe (PhD). It is about male and female energy, relationships, sexuality and healing.
  1. Jenice Graham Benedict’s true-life epic spans a hundred years beginning with her great-great-grandfather, an Alabama Confederate soldier, and continues with her Southern family through six other protagonists. Each of the novel’s characters typifies a segment of the American dream, living it in their own way, along with their great sacrifices.
  2. When a surprise package of Valentine cookies goes missing, a child’s bedtime imagination fills in the blanks of how and where with increasingly fanciful scenarios. A new day brings a neighborly visit and the mystery is solved in a simply delicious ending.
  3. This is an autobiography of Jim Warvell. Jim and the Warvell Family, Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductees, performed specialty acts worldwide, one of which featured his wife Jan as "Princess Kachina" and her horse, "White Feather" jumping over a convertible. They raised the ‘entertainment’ value of rodeos in the 50s and 60s to an entirely new level.
  4. African American Women Warrant Officers - The New Trailblazers pays tribute to women who have served in the military as Warrant Officers. These unique women have made tremendous contributions to our country and continue to achieve excellence in their careers.
  5. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  6. If energy is the core element of all living things, how can we deliberately harness it to enhance our health, wealth, and joy? The Infinite Now: Where Freedom, Clarity, And Peace Await You is the answer to that question. This book will help you optimize your most precious asset: your energy field.
  7. An overweight, brilliantly funny High School student secretly crushes on her best friend… a boy in her stand-up comedy class. When a new student ruins her theory that beautiful skinny girls can't be funny – she takes drastic measures to reclaim both her spot at the top of the comedy food chain and the boy she loves.
  8. A caller claiming to be God calls everyone on Earth at 9:00 AM for one week, demanding we cease all killings, or be replaced with a more peaceful race. Everyone is encouraged to ask questions, and all are answered, challenging all the world’s religious beliefs. The millions of simultaneous calls cannot be traced or recorded. What would you ask?
  9. Nine Years in Bangkok represents the author’s odyssey of workplace trials, personal struggles, and loss—culminating in a spiritual metamorphosis that changed the course of her life. This is a story of adversity, lessons learned and ultimate transformation.
  10. "Blip" is a book about increasingly pervasive global NNR (nonrenewable natural resource) scarcity and the inevitable consequence – the imminent and permanent collapse of human industrialism and industrial humanity.

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