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WRITE ON!, Graham Sclater

So you want to write a novel, your story, your life, your memoir, autobiography or your family history. WRITE ON! is written by published author and speaker, Graham Sclater. This book will answer many of those questions from development, characterisation, dialogue, research and so much more. Graham Sclater has published seven novels, written numerous film

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Sweet, Smart, and Struggling, Carmen Klassen

Living on the edge of poverty is crushing, but single mom Carrie Bennet is determined to somehow make life better for herself and her two children.  Every day she has to fight the critical voice of her ex-husband echoing in her head, while trying to keep her head above water and re-build her life. Desperation

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Two Dads and Three Girls, Nick (Yu) He

One hundred percent made in China, Nick (Yu) grew up in an environment where being gay was not an option. The expectation from his parents and pressure from the society molded him into the “best student” and “best employee.” He made his family proud. But deep inside, he knew that something was missing, and he

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A Simple Soul, Vadim Babenko

His crafty plan results in a deadly threat. Her hopes keep her locked in a vicious circle. They parted ways, supposedly forever. But will they be able to live apart? Elizaveta, an attractive Muscovite, experiences a series of odd events: she is followed; she receives anonymous calls, flowers, and gifts. The culprit is her former

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Living Portals, Timothy L. Thompson

In throwback Sci-Fi style, harkening to the adventure magazines of the 1950’s, Living Portals is a science fiction collection that includes eight stories of time and space bending adventure featuring Tom Tedesco of earth. In settings from the desert to the sea, Tom (and others) learn how to use, call, anticipate and benefit from a

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Born of Earth, A.L. Knorr

Georjie’s summer is shaping up to be a big disappointment. Trapped in Ireland with her aunt’s gorgeous but cold adopted son Jasher, her “vacation” gets worse with each passing day. But when a trip to the greenhouse reveals glowing cocoons she shouldn’t be able to see, she embarks on a quest to solve a magical

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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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Makings Of Our Spiritual Blueprint, Alicia F. Griffin

Makings Of Our Spiritual Blueprint is a short read, but impactful information about how to transform key financial processes and procedures into our spiritual portfolio.  As with finances, we have spiritual debts, revenues, and deferred revenue. Learn how the process of transformation and application in our daily lives to spiritually change our behavior and thinking

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Purposeful Hustle, Deanna Singh

Purposeful Hustle helps you answer the question: “How do I use my talents, skills, and resources to create a greater impact?”To be an effective change maker, you have to blend intentional thought (Purpose) with intentional action (Hustle). When engaging in Purposeful Hustle, you are directing your life’s work toward intentionally making a positive impact in

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Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn

On a warm summer morning in North Carthage, Missouri, it is Nick and Amy Dunne’s fifth wedding anniversary. Presents are being wrapped and reservations are being made when Nick’s clever and beautiful wife disappears from their rented McMansion on the Mississippi River. Husband-of-the-Year Nick isn’t doing himself any favors with cringe-worthy daydreams about the slope and shape of

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Civil War II, E. Robert Gurr

Will another civil war be a dystopian nightmare, or a utopian paradise?  The terrifying saga of The United States during a second civil war. Gurr tells the story of another civil war through the eyes of Colby Ohlbinger, a left-leaning school teacher, John Hartwick a thirty-something computer programmer to the right, and a small group

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HYPNOSIS, Maria Ines Rebelo

Marcus Belling is a world-famous hypnotist.  For the past 20 years, many exclusive clients have benefited from his skills and desire to help people. However, everything changes when a mysterious woman named Anne Pauline Roux knocks on his door.  She holds a rare power when hypnotized, which will affect both their lives in ways they

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