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NOW on Kindle CRITICAL CONTACT: A Story of Ebola May, 2015. Major General Royce David Clayton, USAF, has been assigned to travel to Liberia to gather firsthand information about the status of ebola prevention and care in local hospitals and in the US-built hospital facility in Ganta, near the Liberia-Guinea border. It has been seven […]

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Thanksgiving Dinner

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Thanksgiving Dinner If Thanksgiving is at your house this year, don’t fret. This book will give you everything you need from shopping, to making homemade casseroles as well as stuffing/dressing, vegetables and dessert. No plan is complete without a timetable of what to do when. For each part of the dinner there will be a […]

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Charles Gibson – Author

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It was my pleasure to chat with author, Charles Gibson.  Charles is a freelance writer who undertook the daunting task of writing a historically based novel.  In this interview we talk about the particular place in history in which the story takes place, as well as how Charles came to write the book. ~ ~ […]

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The Ultimate Meditation Guide For Beginners

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The Ultimate Meditation Guide For Beginners Achieve Mindfulness and Relaxation For Life With Only 20 Minutes A Day Change Your Life With Only 20 Minutes A Day When we think of meditation, the first thing that comes into most people’s head is sitting in uncomfortable position and making uncommon sounds. But that’s not what it […]

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VM Gautier – Author

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Today I’m chatting with author VM Gautier.  VM Gautier is actually a pseudonym, which I suspect,  is why she is wearing sunglasses. Her book Blood Diva is a fascinating mix of mystery, romance, sex, history and the opera.  Some readers have compared it to Anne Rice’s novels which is QUITE a compliment.     To […]

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How to Find the Motivation to Lose Weight and Get Healthy

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How to Find the Motivation to Lose Weight and Get Healthy Whether you are working to lose 100 lbs or that last 20 lbs, motivation is the first key to your success when it comes to starting any weight loss effort. This book will help you to recognize your main motivation to lose weight as […]

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Jack’s Big Secret #1: Marty

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Jack’s Big Secret #1: Marty Note: “Marty” is a short story and a quick read. (estimated 35 pages) Jack Miller has spent his entire nine years in the same house on the same street in the same town with the same best friend. One day, while delivering papers on his same ordinary paper route, Jack […]

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Believe Harnessing the Power of Your Inner Artist If you want to be successful, you need to believe in the power of your inner artist. Imagine if you had the ability to build a successful career out of your passions. Imagine if you woke up every morning with a burning desire to begin your work […]

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Dangerous Games

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Dangerous Games What starts out as an ordinary divorce procedure ultimately takes lawyer Gabriel Rossetti and his client Amanda Deschamps on a thrilling adventure into the world of on-line gaming and personal data piracy. From Nice to Montreal, at an accelerating pace set by an ever changing landscape of new technology, Gabriel and Amanda are […]

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Right Hearted

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Now FREE on Kindle Right-Hearted: Finding What’s Right With A Wrong Sided Heart Right-Hearted: Finding What’s Right With A Wrong Sided Heart, is a short memoir about my life-threatening heart conditions and an unforgettable girl. I was born with a broken heart. Literally. My heart is on the right side instead of the left. I […]

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Doggy Loves Autumn

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Doggy Loves Autumn Follow along with Ella the Doggy, as she keeps busy during the season of Autumn! Ella is having lots of fun as the weather cools down in Minnesota. While on her walks outside, she notices lots of changes. Inside the house, there is more action as she sees her people family celebrating […]

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Shiny Object Syndrome

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Shiny Object Syndrome It is the purpose of this book to provide an informed understanding of Shiny Object Syndrome in all of its aspects. For the sake of providing a sense of comfort to the reader, we offer the underlying theme in this book: Shiny Object Syndrome is just an aspect of being human, it […]

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Last Stop Klindenspiel

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Last Stop Klindenspiel Combining the survival instincts made famous in THE HUNGER GAMES with the intensity of THE BOOK THIEF, LAST STOP KLINDENSPIEL is a tightrope of horrors that will make readers think twice about running away to join the circus… It’s been eight years since the Second World War has ended – long enough […]

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Dissected Abandoned by her mother at a young age, seventeen-year-old Sydney Warner is always vying for attention. A thrill seeker with a penchant for extreme sports and a fascination with death, she’s brash and doesn’t take crap from anyone. Withdrawn and broody David from English class is the boy of Syd’s dreams, but love becomes […]

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Songs to Make the Desert Bear Fruit

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Songs to Make the Desert Bear Fruit

Recently featured on Huffingtonpost , Songs to Make the Desert Bear Fruit is the #1 bestselling story about the summer when Nathan Gauer attends the first Lakota Sundance in the Black Hills in over a century. In 1999, Nathan and his mother set out on a six-week-long road trip hours before his high school graduation. With the open country unfolding before them like a song, Nathan is unsure if he is running from something or toward something. . .

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Rocket Man

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Rocket Man “The funniest book since Russo’s Straight Man.” Chicago Sun Times Rocket Man is a very funny and poignant comment on our times, when an upside down middle class is barely hanging onto the American dream. Dale Hammer, a man who is determined to find meaning in a landscape of suburban homogeneity, looking for […]

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Rogue Hopes

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Now Available on Kindle Rogue Hopes This book offers simple poetry, Think how exciting it would be to discover a book that told all about love, suffering, distance, un-communicated feelings of your heart and brain, or any senses you might of missed. This book as the title describes is full of hopes and also tells […]

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