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Creating A Successful Journey, Nancy Mulligan

Our journey is about self-discovery and fulfillment. Our lives are not just a single journey but a series of journeys, teaching us life lessons along the way. It’s about learning what self-care is all about. Learning how to face your challenges opens the door for growth. Never become complacent with who you are. It’s never

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Mila’s Shift, Danielle Forrest

Nothing’s as Deadly as a Secret… Mila has suffered frigid winters, starvation, and soul-crushing loneliness, but she’s safe and free. The government would have stolen that from her if she’d stayed, all for an accident of birth. Then after ten years on the run, an old friend calls. Now, her friend is dead, and she’s

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Star-Spangled Scandal, Lori Swerda

Based on the true story of an 1859 murder that occurred in front of the White House in Washington D.C. Philip Barton Key, son of Francis Scott Key, carried on a love affair with the young, beautiful wife of Congressman Dan Sickles. The affair is revealed in an inflammatory anonymous letter to Dan, the author

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Killer Domes and the Chosen One, Gibbo Gibbs

As the old world burned, the elite departed to colonise space in search of a new home. Most of the human species perished on earth’s surface, but a protected few remained. Many generations passed without question, but now suspicions are starting to rise. Follow the story of Maz and her best friend Hap, as a

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Countdown America, M.C. Fox

After the loss of her husband, CIA agent Isabella Bendel accepts a promotion to Chief Supervisor—a much less dangerous position than what she’s accustomed to—so she can raise her two children without fear of leaving her children without any parents. But any illusions of safety are shattered when, while on her Sunday morning jog in

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The Robot, Marlene Pierce Gierbolini

When Margaret Pond arrives at Future Robotics, she has problems in her personal life, but not even her wildest dreams can prepare her for what lies ahead. She is scanned, makes friends with a nerd, meets the enigmatic owner of the place, receives the office of a dead man, and is tasked with researching technology

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Blessed, Maggie Blackbird

It’s been ten years since Emery Matawapit sinned, having succumbed to temptation for the one thing in his life that felt right, another man. In six months he’ll make a life-changing decision that will bar him from sexual relationships for the rest of his life. Darryl Keejik has a decade-long chip on his shoulder, and

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The Tears of the Unicorns I: Temptation, Stephanie Rose

The angel Caylen is entrusted with guiding Eliya back to the path of light, but when his assignment is terminated, she takes her own life in despair.  Caylen cannot bear to lose his charge, and desperately searches for a way to bring her back to life. That is when he stumbles upon the Holy Grail,

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Follow the Trail of Your Spirit, Margaret Nash

Follow the Trail of Your Spirit is a fast-paced, easy-to-read, down-to-earth life-coaching guide to finding purpose, meaningful activity, and your perfect career.Wouldn’t it be nice if you could find productive, satisfying, and fulfilling things to do, whether at work or simply hanging out at home, by just answering 10 questions? You can! Just by reading

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Cracked Mirror, Clear Reflection, Julie Barbera

A pursuit for perfection may drive you to do more, have more and be more—but at what cost?  In Cracked Mirror, Clear Reflection, author and life coach Julie Barbera invites you on a journey from fear and doubt to discover your confidence. After struggling with an illusion of whom and what she should be, clear

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Mass Awakening, Shoshi Herscu

The Truth has been hidden from us while a global policy of mass depopulation and exploitation has been carried out behind the scenes for the past half-century. The author, an independent journalist, became aware of this agenda only in the past few years. She found it hard to believe, but in-depth research and the testimony

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The Oldest Enemy, Michael Jack Webb

David Lighthouse was once a hard-hitting investigative reporter for the Denver Post – before he was accused of the brutal murder of his fiancée and his life unraveled. Now, six years later, he’s once again the prime suspect in the murder of someone close to him. Beth Barkley’s body has been drained of all its

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Infernal Gates, Michael Jack Webb

IS ETHAN FREEMAN AMERICA’S WORST TERRORIST, OR SOMETHING MORE EXTRAORDINARY? Ethan Freeman, ex-Special Forces Ranger, is the sole survivor of a fiery commercial airline crash that killed his entire family. The FBI thinks he’s a mass murderer. Sam Weaver, the NTSB Chief Investigator and ex-military pilot, senses Ethan is innocent. Neither Ethan nor Sam realize

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Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider, Ellen C. Maze

Vampires are fiction, but the Rakum are real.  Author Beth Rider must die. When the young author’s novel series hits number one, her fictitious plot puts her in the crosshairs of an ancient race of vampiric beings known as the Rakum.  Spreading evil among mankind for thousands of years, the leadership of this bloodthirsty race

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Stieg Larsson

Forty years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared from a family gathering on the island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger clan. Her body was never found, yet her uncle is convinced it was murder – and that the killer is a member of his own tightly knit but dysfunctional family. He employs disgraced financial journalist

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Life Lessons from Grandpa and His Chicken Coop, Jacob Paul Patchen

Love is superior, family is mighty, and we were put here, not for ourselves, but for each other. These are the core values that were passed down to me from my grandfather. Don’t chase the chickens because one day one might just chase you back, beer is more than just a breakfast drink, and do

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Dyslexia-Escaping The Forest: A Child’s View Lost in the Trees, Rhona Macdonald

Rhona grows up with her collected labels of being lazy and immature. She spends her unhappy days, re-doing work, dreading reading sessions, dreaming of escaping it all. She is lost, she does not understand why her efforts results in poor marks, cementing her place in the retard class. She falls further behind in Primary School

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The Die of Death, Kenneth B. Andersen

Continuing the dark and humorous adventure that begins with The Devil’s Apprentice Philip’s adventures as the Devil’s apprentice have changed him—in a good way. Although he misses his friends in Hell, he has made new friends in life.  But when the future of the underworld is threatened once again, Philip’s help is needed. Death’s Die

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