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  1. my head is dismissed as being empty of all complex thought, because how can sixteen years be enough to feel a lifetime’s worth of love and loss? but they forget, they always forget, that hormones and heartbreak both start with an h.
  2. How to write and speak persuasively to achieve organizational goals.
  3. Day-to-day book promotion from Day 1 through Day 90...and beyond!
  4. A brief overview of the American criminal justice system.
  5. The Jeshua Channelings speak about the rise of heart-based consciousness.
  6. Revolutionary new book designed to help men attract more women.
  7. Way of Escape is a story of redemption. This book presents the author's personal experiences with severe childhood abuse. It is written to encourage others who have been victims, and to demonstrate that God's grace is more than sufficient to redeem even the most horrific past. Innocence once lost is reclaimed, and the shattered soul is restored.
  8. 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.
  9. Most often we are told the "what and why" of capacity management, but not how to make it happen. This book provides good practical approach on how to implement the process, with a view to bringing its benefits to the organization. Capacity management is incomplete without business driven capacity planning.
  10. A personal look at the Underground Railroad in Jackson, Michigan.
  1. Story of D. Co. 3/187th Infantry (ABN), 101st Airborne Division
  2. Stories of trans and gay Mormons balancing their spiritual and temporal lives. Essays on gun reform, universal healthcare, and climate change. Concluding with a handful—and mouthful—of erotic tales based on the author’s experiences in a French Quarter gay bookstore and as a young missionary in Italy.
  3. Jonathan Black, ruler of his Wall Street trading desk is replaced by a computer. Concurrently, the FBI starts investigating him for insider trading. The agent coerces him to work several stings, including insider trading, mortgage fraud, jury tampering and a Ponzi scheme. Blackie tries to hide his insatiable money need from her. Lives are at stake.
  4. Family Relationships in Crisis Situations
  5. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  6. The Civil War tribulations of Martha Whitehead are retold in this sensitive account of her life. Growing up amid constant change and questioned loyalties the wisdom of her grandparents and the gentle love of a young man hold her world together. Written as a narrative, this biography is brought to life by its gripping story line and dialogue.
  7. John Duffey’s Bluegrass Life: Featuring The Country Gentlemen, Seldom Scene and Washington, D.C. is the definitive biography of one of bluegrass music’s most important artists in the history of the genre. His work as a founding member of these two pioneering bands, John Duffey urbanized bluegrass and introduced it to a broad new audience.
  8. In this city the crime rate is dropping. Health problems are improving. Zoo animals are experiencing behavior changes. All this only in this one city!
  9. With the help of a loving teacher, two neglected girls in a foster home find love and guidance for a better life. A hulking boy provides protection when trouble approaches the girls.
  10. A Marine Corps Memoir

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Paradise is a small, simple town. But sometimes these quiet little communities are the perfect venue for those with more sinister motives. In The Seduction of Paradise, Joe McGowen and his family run head-on into the corruption and deceit one would only expect in the dark underworld of large cities.
Rosa, a teenage refugee from the Corporate United States of America, is separated from her parents on a bus trip through the white Unincorporated States. All Rosa wants is find her way back to her family. But when she attracts the attention of a vicious town boss named Elder Oughta, she discovers her loyalty is more divided than she thought.
Stories of trans and gay Mormons balancing their spiritual and temporal lives. Essays on gun reform, universal healthcare, and climate change. Concluding with a handful—and mouthful—of erotic tales based on the author’s experiences in a French Quarter gay bookstore and as a young missionary in Italy.
She knew he would leave her for beautiful and brilliant Suzanna Parker. When suspicions turned into reality, she fled to Elmwood with her children. Now she’s being stalked by an old enemy. Tennille DeBeau will capture your heart with her humorous conversations with the woman in the mirror.
Jonathan Black, ruler of his Wall Street trading desk is replaced by a computer. Concurrently, the FBI starts investigating him for insider trading. The agent coerces him to work several stings, including insider trading, mortgage fraud, jury tampering and a Ponzi scheme. Blackie tries to hide his insatiable money need from her. Lives are at stake.