Big Time Thursday List of Free Books, Wow!

Biographies & Memoirs

By: Leto Nolotec
(1 review)
Steve Jobs was not a genius inventor. Steve Jobs was not a computer scientist. Steve Jobs did not hesitate to steal ideas from competitors and employees. It’s time to tell the truth about the person that was Steve Jobs: a great boss, a fantastic negotiator and a marketing genius. But not an inventor. Using quotes from Steve Jobs himself and his collaborators, this book helps us understand what his role was at Apple. Various examples are cited as the creation of the Apple II, Macintosh, iPhone…

Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

By: Tim Myers
(4 reviews)
New York Times Bestselling Author and Agatha Award Nominee!

Warning: This is not a standard Tim Myers cozy mystery novel. It has graphic language and adult situations that my regular readers may find offensive, so be aware!

When Cusp breaks out of prison, there are two things he must do; see his daughter, and kill the man who put him behind bars, Parrick Wolf. As a snowstorm takes over the sleepy little town of Alder Springs, Wolf battles the elements as well as the killer, and must search

By: Willow Rose
(21 reviews)
Set in the Danish coastal town of Karrebaeksminde, journalist Rebekka Franck returns to her hometown with her six year old daughter. One of the kingdoms wealthiest men is brutally murdered in his summer residence in Karrebaeksminde. While Rebekka Franck and her punk photographer Sune try to cover the story for the local newspaper another murder happens on a high society rich man. Now Rebekka Franck realizes that the drowsy little kingdom of Denmark has gotten its first serial killer.
By: T. M. Simmons
(7 reviews)
Weird things tend to happen when you live in a haunted house ”” not that author/ghost hunter Alice Carpenter has a problem disciplining the ten resident ghosts in her lakeside log cabin near forgotten-time Six Gun,, Texas. When her cousin Katy calls looking for help with the resident ghost at Espirt d’Chene, the family mansion near Jefferson, Alice agrees to come to the rescue. Sir Gary Gavin, dead now over two hundred years, insists Alice is the only one who can expose his undeliberate murder
By: Mark Hall
(28 reviews)
A small Maine city has turned into a killing ground.
Is it a serial killer, someone with a penchant for the macabre and a need to destroy?

Or is it a darker force, an ancient legend from a mysterious Island come ashore to wreak havoc upon the unsuspecting?

Amid the backdrop of Portland’s burgeoning night scene, Police Lieutenant Rick Jennings discovers that no one is safe, and that evil has many faces.

Extended Description:

Danny Wolf, a gifted musician with alcohol problems is witnessing brutal murder in his dreams. Someone is carving a cross on each of the young female victims before crucifying them.

Newly released from prison for a crime he did not commit, Wolf is having trouble adjusting to civilian life. He believes the dreams are a symptom of his adjustment until he discovers that they are real and that the victims are his own groupies. He soon begins to doubt his sanity. Could he be a homicidal madman?

Wolf has no memory of his early childhood but discovers that he spent his first eight years in a Catholic orphanage on a mysterious island off the coast of Maine. Is it possible that his early life and the murders are somehow connected?

Soon the killings become more bold and gruesome, as members of the church begin to die.

Enter Police Lieutenant Rick Jennings and his young assistant Laura Higgins. They discover a government conspiracy involving the Catholic Church, and a cold war CIA mind control program known as MK-Ultra where children were used as test subjects.

Danny Wolf becomes the number one suspect in the murders, but no one, not even Wolf, is prepared for what they discover on Apocalypse Island, a mind blowing secret that was supposed to stay hidden forever.

Apocalypse Island is a fast-paced thriller that will keep you guessing until the shocking conclusion.

By: Anthea Carson
(67 reviews)
Jane can’t move forward with her life until she deals with her past, but she would do anything to avoid remembering what happened at a party many years ago. Then she sees a picture in the newspaper of her car being dragged up from the bottom of Lake Winnebago. From the shadowy depths of her mind a frightening picture begins to emerge.
By: Randall Reneau
(3 reviews)
A mining, murder, short-selling, offshore-trading, mobbed-up, mystery/thriller
By: Don Winston
(26 reviews)
A spellbinding campus. A new family of friends. A semester of death.

High school senior Cody’s prayers are answered when he’s recruited on scholarship to the college of his dreams: a stunning and prestigious school tucked high in the Tennessee hills.

But the dream turns living nightmare when his classmates start to die off mysteriously. Is it Cody’s imagination, or are his friends’ tragic deaths a sinister legacy handed down through the generations? And is he next on the roll call?

By: Blake Crouch
(94 reviews)
On Christmas Day in 1893, every man, woman and child in a remote gold mining town disappeared, belongings forsaken, meals left to freeze in vacant cabins; and not a single bone was ever found. One hundred thirteen years later, two backcountry guides are hired by a history professor and his journalist daughter to lead them into the abandoned mining town so that they can learn what happened. With them is a psychic, and a paranormal photographer””as the town is rumored to be haunted. A party…
By: Todd Travis
(20 reviews)
For fans of DEAN KOONTZ and THOMAS HARRIS, a tale of snowbound terror and suspense:
They call it the Heartland Child Murders.
Everyone else calls it a nightmare.
Locked doors don’t stop him.
He leaves no trace behind.
He only takes little girls.
His nickname”¦
The Iceman.
A deranged serial killer roams wintry rural Nebraska targeting little girls with a demented purpose that no one can fathom. Special Agent EMMA KANE, a former DC cop and damaged goods now with the FBI, is assigned to baby-sit burned out profiler JACOB THORNE, once the best in the business but now said to have lost his edge, as they both fly to Nebraska to catch this maniac. Thorne is erratic, abrasive and unpredictably brilliant, but what he and Kane find in the heartland is much more than anyone bargained for, especially when the Iceman challenges them personally, where it hurts most. The clock is ticking and a little girl’s life is on the line. And maybe even more with that, once they find out what he’s really up to.
By: Keith Dixon
(3 reviews)
FEBRUARY 1942: The Struma, a broken-down steamer, explodes and sinks in the Black Sea, drowning 658 Rumanian Jews fleeing the Nazis.
JUNE 1944: Thirty-one SAS soldiers are captured behind enemy lines and are forced to dig their own graves before being shot and buried in a forest in the heart of France.
PRESENT DAY: Why is a British government minister trying to prevent the truth emerging about these two events from WWII? PI Sam Dyke finds himself in mortal danger as he attempts to find out.
They Rode to Hell Together
By: Van Holt
(9 reviews)
Why did the legendary gunfighter, Ringo, come to Boot Hill? Did the wealthy rancher, Willy Gibson, hire him to combat the cattle rustlers? Or was he here to hunt down the men who tried to kill him?
“Would you mind telling me why you’re in Boot Hill, when you’re supposed to be in hell?” Curly asks.
Ringo glanced at him out of those cold clear blue eyes. “I came back,” he said quietly. “I got lonesome down there. Kept thinking about some fellows I should have taken with me.”

Sports & Outdoors

By: Joe Jackson
Little League Softball Champs is fast-paced G-rated action, beginning with the season opener until the very last out of their fastpitch softball season. A touching, heartwarming, and inspiring story about a young fastpitch softball team of 10 – 13 year old girls, Little League Softball Champs gives new meaning to the word “champ.” The story takes off, merging real world “pre-teen” drama with the competitive spirit and passion of Little League Softball.

Health, Fitness & Dieting

Your Plan of Action for Losing Weight
By: P. Seymour
(12 reviews)
Whether you are working to lose 100 lbs or that last 20 lbs, you will need to have some type of actionable plan for achieving your goals and hitting your targets along the way.

This book will help you to recognize the power of goal setting as it relates to health and weight loss success and help you to map out goals and a strategy that will work for you.

This book, like the previous volumes, is a quick read told from a very real perspective.

If you’re looking for some direction and help wi

By: Howard VanEs
(22 reviews)
Introductory offer includes a free audio of book – see below.

For thousands of years people of faith, ascetics as well as everyday people have practiced meditation to quiet their minds, find inner peace and connect with their spirit.

Whether you are looking for a book on meditation for beginners or you are an experienced meditator wanting to renew your practice you’ll find “Meditation: The Gift Inside” connects you to the heart of the practice.

Find Your Easiest Path to Naturally Thin
By: Stan Spencer, PhD
(62 reviews)
This book isn’t about the latest celebrity diet, wonder food, or miracle supplement. It’s about creating a personalized weight loss plan””your own easiest path to naturally thin. While you can lose weight with almost any diet, keeping the weight off is much more difficult, requiring permanent changes in eating and exercise habits. This book provides a science-based approach for making those changes in a way that works best for you, without wasting time, money, or effort.
The Holistic Approach to Backache Relief & Back Exercise
By: Anne Asher
(7 reviews)
My back hurts! How many times have you uttered those words? For backache relief, most experts recommend exercise, particularly core strengthening exercise. This book takes a holistic approach to back exercise. It will help you go beyond business as usual back stretches and strengthening exercises, and into a skillful understanding of how your body moves and heals itself.
How To Stop Being Angry, Anxious And Frustrated All The Time
By: Doc Orman, M.D.
(6 reviews)
Great book for helping you deal with life’s daily annoyances, large or small. Written by Doc Orman, M.D., noted physician, author, and stress coach who has been helping people eliminate stress successfully–without having to manage it–for more than 30 years.
By: Veronica Lett
(3 reviews)
Losing weight does not have to be hard or complicated. We show you how small, simple diet and lifestyle changes can help you change your body shape and size for good.
My tips will help you lose almost one pound a week. This may not sound a lot, but it soon adds up ”” in fact, if you lose one pound a week for a year, you will end up almost 4 stones lighter! So what are you waiting for? Follow our easy tips today!
By: Craig Wallace
(1 review)
Find health tips and information and get the body you have always wanted.
By: Craig Wallace
If you are a seasoned workout veteran or new to the idea of working out, there is a lot information you are going to need to know when it comes to fitness. “Iron Fitness” will guide you through very important information you are going want to know on your journey to building the body you have always dreamed of having. Find your motivation and the information you need in “Iron Fitness” and become unstoppable on your quest to living a healthy and fit life.
By: Craig Wallace
When it comes to the body of your dreams, you have to be ruthless on your mission to achieve it. “Muscle Building Madness” will guide you, motivate you and ultimately fuel you in your quest to achieve a healthier, sexier and more productive life. Stop at nothing when it comes to getting all that you can out of your body and out of your life.
By: Craig Wallace
Build solid muscle and change the way you live your life. With “Solid Muscle Builder” you can turn your body into a lean muscle building machine. Whether you are a seasoned athlete or a beginner, the information provided in “Solid Muscle Builder” will give you the insight you need to hit the gym and get the body of your dreams fast.
By: Craign Wallace
Getting the body you have always wanted will take work on your part. With the right information you can become a muscle building machine. Live your life the way you were meant to. Live your life to the max. “Muscle Building Machine” will guide you through your journey to attaining your dream body and wil change your life forever.

Teens

By: James Zerndt
(30 reviews)
Serve Your Country, Conserve Your Water, Observe Your Neighbor

This is the slogan of the Sustainability Unit and of a country gone eco-hysterical. After nearly twelve months without rain and the hinges of the world barely still oiled, Thomas and his younger brother, Dustin, set out across a drought-ridden landscape in search of answers. What they discover
along the way will change their lives, and their country, forever.

The Cloud Seeders weaves humor and heartache, action and romance, as well as poetry and science, into a unique novel that defies categorization.

Children’s Books

By: Lily Lexington
(83 reviews)
Follow Jack and his cute dinosaur friend in his quest to avoid eating his vegetables.
By: Wyatt Michaels
What well-known drink was developed at the University of Florida? What city in Florida is known as the “Venice of America”? What breed is the state horse of Florida?

The answers to these questions and others are presented in a fun and interactive way for kids from 9-99. Each question has three possible answers. If you guess wrong, you get to try again. Sometimes there are hints and comments to help you along. When you get the right answer you move on to the next question.

State Facts for Fun!

Three Illustrated Tales for the Very Young
By: Betty Palatin
(3 reviews)
In three sweetly illustrated stories, the youngest readers are treated to tales of love and friendship. The first story follows a charming teddy bear who worries while waiting for his friend, not realizing a cold is behind her absence. The second story details a sad snowman who is helped by caring friends, goes on sledding journey, and finds love. The third story in this collection features lovable animals that readers would (and wouldn’t) want to hug. This compilation celebrates love and encour
By: Wyatt Michaels
(2 reviews)
Who was one of the four presidents that did not attend his successor’s inauguration? Which president ran for re-election unopposed? Which president had no vice-president?

The answers to these questions and others are presented in a fun and interactive way for kids from 9-99. Each question has three possible answers. If you guess wrong, you get to try again. Sometimes there are hints and comments to help you along. When you get the right answer you move on to the next question.

By: Maria Calanchini
(6 reviews)
Bawlfred Cries An Ocean is an adventure book for children. Who is Bawlfred and why is he crying an ocean? Bawlfred is a bawl baby Goop boy, who bawls over just about anything. The Goops are funny little characters named after the naughty habits of children. Bawlfred is named as such because he isn’t very brave and he cries a lot but he is very generous and loves to help others. Bawlfred cries himself into an ocean and ends up calling on his own bravery to help a baby jellyfish escape…
By: Wyatt Michaels
Which ballpark is the only major league ballpark to not have yellow foul poles? Which ballpark is sculpted into the side of a hill reminiscent of Roman amphitheaters? At which ballpark do boaters hope to catch home run balls?

The answers to these questions and others are presented in a fun and interactive way for baseball fans from 9-99. Each question has three possible answers. If you guess wrong, you get to try again. Sometimes there are hints and comments to help you along.

By: Anbu Rayappan
(5 reviews)
Have You Seen A White Elephant?

No? How about going on an adventurous journey through the jungle with your pet white elephant?

Noi, our hero, went on a wild, adventurous journey with his pet elephant. Both were naive and young. How did they manage to escape from the jungle animals?

What dangers did they face? Who helped them?

The animals they encountered were, Buffalo, Turtle, Rhino, Lion, Tiger, Leopard, Squirrel, Parrots, Snake, Bats, Bear, etc.

By: Michael Evans
Carter is always getting into trouble. But it’s not his fault! It’s the monsters that only he and his friend
Ben can see. This time it’s the “gassy goblin” that is wreaking havoc at home and in school.
The monsters that show up are usually gross, but Carter and his friend can always make them vanish, but will they do it in time? Or will the “monster toots” get him in trouble to last a lifetime? Only time will tell, and the antics are plenty!
By: Jack Penn
(1 review)
Diggle is a disaster-prone dog who has the great fortune of living with Mr Bun at Fun Buns Bakery but his passion for cakes leads him into all sorts of sticky, smelly situations. In this, the first of the Diggle series, an incident with some cinnamon scones takes a very nasty turn and Diggle is nearly separated from Mr Bun forever.
The Grendall Forest
By: Adam Dominiak
This is a fairy tale appealing to all age groups. In the happy Kingdom a teenage prince Adian is under the spell of a dark wizard and is unable to have any love in his heart and travels around the world in search for it. He meets witches, dragons, magic, trolls, elves, dwarfs, a flying teacher and even a pig that learned how to fly and all his adventures happen in a fantasy world that is just off our dimension. Are you ready for a jump into the reality where everything is possible?

Arts & Photography

By: HelpMePublishing.com
(20 reviews)
In this easy to understand photography for beginners and intermediate reference book, you will discover that photography does not need to be an expensive, time-consuming and difficult task. This photography made simple guide book will show you how to take better photos with any camera, including the simplest of cameras. You will learn that camera’s do not take amazing pictures…people do! And this guide will show you exactly where to start. Get your copy now.
How To Stop Being Angry, Anxious And Frustrated All The Time
By: Doc Orman, M.D.
(6 reviews)
Great book for helping you deal with life’s daily annoyances, large or small. Written by Doc Orman, M.D., noted physician, author, and stress coach who has been helping people eliminate stress successfully–without having to manage it–for more than 30 years.

Crafts, Hobbies & Home

By: Julie Turner
(43 reviews)
*** #1 Amazon BESTSELLER in Vegetable Gardening ***

Here’s the ultimate “Take-You-By-The-Hand” beginner’s manual for creating and managing your own organic garden. Even if you know nothing about organic gardening…. so you can get back your health and energy and save a stack of money.

You’re going to learn that organic gardening can greatly improve your health and energy levels while really lowering your weekly food bills, and it only takes about half an hour per week.

Travel

Join a 50+ couple as they experience Asia for the first time
By: Mike and Jo Coad
(1 review)
We are two 50+ year olds (actually nearer 60) from the South-East of England. In 2006 we took the decision to give up our home and jobs to join the numerous other back-packers travelling around the globe in search of new experiences.

This book is one of a series based on the blogs that we regularly posted whilst on our trip.

Join a 50+ couple as they experience Asia for the first time
By: Mike and Jo Coad
It was back in 2006 that we, two 50+ year olds, took it upon ourselves to give up our home and jobs to join the backpacking fraternity travelling the world.

Although fairly well travelled, we had not visited Asia before so that was our obvious first choice.

This book is one of a series based on the blogs that we regularly posted whilst on our trip.

Politics & Social Sciences

Wake UP America!
By: Sara Branmore
Sara Branmore was born in the UK in 1960. In 1980, she flew across the pond with her family, to live life in these United States. Sara and her family were in search of a “better life”, free from Government rules and regulations that plagued Great Britain. Fast forward 30 years, and now Sara sees that this fantastic land, America, is fast approaching the same Governmental control of the people here as it was back in England. With no time to waste, Sara put into words what she’s learned.

Cookbooks, Food & Wine

By: Amy Clark
(4 reviews)
Buying lunch gets expensive. Taking or making lunch can get boring and repetitious”¦.until now.

Lunch in a Flash costs less and tastes better than buying your lunch every day. And with all the different ways to quickly make your lunch, you can look forward to new ways to enjoy your lunch break””at home or at work.

A variety of preparation times are available for quickly making your lunch for today or making lunches ahead of time to quickly have it available on another day.

By: Sean Healy
(20 reviews)
In this book Sean Healy brings you 43 Irish Drink Recipes and 38 Irish Toasts. Sean lived with family members in Dublin for one year and immersed himself in the Irish pub culture. His favorite pub was Mulligan’s at Poolbeg Street where he communed with the spirit of famed Irish writer James Joyce, one of Mulligan’s more famous customers. In addition to Irish Drinks and Toasts Sean shares his impressions of the celebration of St Patrick’s Day in Dublin.
By: Evelyn and Sotiris
(5 reviews)
“50 Ways to Drink Tea” offers several different ways to enjoy tea. It is illustrated with colourful, authentic images, just to enhance your imagination while you prepare your own recipes.
There are thousands of ways to enjoy different varieties of teas and to mix them with fruit juices, milk, cream, nuts or other herbs. We encourage people who read and enjoy our recipes to play around with their own imagination. One thing is certain: You never get bored of enjoying tea this way, and having fun w
By: Maria Holmes
(8 reviews)
Most home cooks want fast, practical meal options that can help them get in and out of the kitchen quickly – and this collection of 33 recipes makes cooking even faster and easier. My tested recipes have short ingredient lists and easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions. Each recipe require four ingredients or less (excluding water, oil, cooking spray, salt, pepper, and optional ingredients).

Science Fiction & Fantasy

By: Lee Stephen
(53 reviews)
Dawn of Destiny kicks off the story of Scott Remington, a young man following a calling to war. Sacrificing a promising life that could’ve been, he embarks on a journey to follow his destiny and make a difference regardless of where it takes him. It’s a story of faith and perseverance amidst trials and tribulations. This is high-action and intensity wrapped up in the reality of the human experience. Leave your sense of tranquility at the door. This runs on 94 octane.
By: Krzysztof Bielecki
(5 reviews)
The protagonist of this story is a complete loser. But one has to admit, that the fucker is damn lucky. When during visiting a casino, the number six comes three times in a row, Satan reveals himself over the roulette wheel. And if that’s not enough, he offers to grant three wishes. It’s time to forget everything that you’ve known about wonderful lamps and genies. This is the short and bizarre story about the various faces of almightiness.
By: Scott Hawthorne
(3 reviews)
Since the dawn of man, there have been Viewers. Leonardo Da Vinci, Issaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Bill Gates. People who, using only their minds, can tap into an alien internet and glimpse advanced technologies. Many of them think what they see comes from their own imagination. Others know better. For ages they have advanced our quality of life through their inventions and discoveries.

But now, a mad man has decided to capture every viewer he can, and force them to use their abilities to create for him advanced weaponry with which he will conquer and subjugate every country on Earth. Their only way to stop him is if sixteen year old Glem and his fellow captive viewers fight back ”” but to do so and fail would mean that they, their families, and loved ones would pay the ultimate price.

Christian Books & Bibles

Love Worth Knowing
By: Denise Lorenz
(10 reviews)
In this thought-provoking book the author clarifies the often misunderstood meaning of God’s love for you. In today’s society especially people in every nation seek to understand what the phrase, “God loves you” really means. More so now than ever answers are being sought.

Every moment of every day, whether you realize it or not God presents Himself to you. But all too often those signs are missed, and most often when you are seeking some sort of help or clarification about life and love.

Computers & Technology

Event Driven Programming
By: Daniel Diaz III
(1 review)
Finally, a book written for official Nerds with no fluff, just the real stuff. Time for you to become the hero.

Wrap your mind around event driven web programming and application development. With all learnings focused to Visual C#.

If you don’t need every step from A to Z spelled out to you then you might want to check under this cover of this read. You will like what you find. Remember what you can’t be taught from this book can be learned from the Internet…

Free Kindle Fire Apps That Don’t Suck
By: The App Bible
(19 reviews)
With over 350 pages of in-depth reviews, and tips and tricks, “Free Productivity Apps for the Kindle Fire” is more than just a random list of “Top Kindle Fire Apps.” This book helps you decide which apps to download first, it provides tips and tricks for how to get the most out of your apps, information for how to find help if you’re having a problem with an app, as well as in-depth reviews describing what is good and what is bad about each app.

Romance

By: Lucy Kevin
(173 reviews)
After Julie Delgado’s restaurant closes, she temporarily takes over the catering position at the Rose Chalet, a full-service San Francisco wedding venue. She plans to dazzle the bride and groom so the Chalet’s owner will keep her around, but fate has other plans for her when the bride’s brother shows up for the first food tasting. Andrew Kyle is not only the Cuisine Channel’s Edgy Eats host and chef, but his recent review of Julie’s restaurant was the final nail in its coffin. Once he meets…
A Second Edition Love Story
By: Robert Costelloe
(9 reviews)
Wayne and Nancy grow up on opposite sides of the country, each certain they must have love better than what others will settle for. Although irresistibly drawn to each other, they must overcome obstacles posed by the class and social differences separating them, as well as opposition from both families, and later, a twist of fate that will be the cruelest test of all. Coinage of Commitment is a story of two people determined that their love will shine unlike any other.

Literature & Fiction

By: Catherine Czerkawska
(4 reviews)
In present day Scotland, India travels back to the small island where she was born, in an attempt to discover more about the tragic love story which influenced her mother’s whole life. She finds more than she bargained for. He took a long time to come to the door. She had to hammer on the oak with her fists. And then he wrenched it open, staring down at her and blinking in the light. He had never run to fat but she had always thought of him as very fit and muscular. Now his clothes hung off him.
By: Ann Warner
(32 reviews)
Counterpointe is a powerful novel of two lovers who face profound challenges. Each of them is confronted with tragedy, and a human life hanging in the balance. Poignant and insightful, Counterpointe is a compelling dramatic evaluation of what it means to be human, and what it means to love or be loved. The Midwest Book Review
By: Dermot Davis
(27 reviews)
Robert Munro, a therapist specializing in dream interpretation, awoke one morning to find himself in a dream from which he could not awaken. Experiencing first hand the limitations of his own training and theories, he must solve the puzzle of his own dream in order to break free from its bondage. In the process, he’ll better understand himself, other people, and the nature of consciousness itself.
By: Bart Hopkins
(10 reviews)
Meet Jack Leonard”¦

Jack was destined to be an alcoholic. His father, Billy, is a happy-go-lucky drunk from East Texas whose behavior varies from outdated to outrageous. He isn’t a bad person, but he tends to make bad decisions. Billy drives his life like he drives his truck: under the influence.

Jack escapes his fifty-percent-alcohol-by-volume fate. How? He meets a girl, of course. Fast-forward twenty years, and Jack’s life is almost perfect. But, life is never perfect, is it?

By: Kelle Groom
(5 reviews)
TAMMY is the third issue of literary magazine WHOLE BEAST RAG. A parody, commentary, sublimation & examination of the contemporary women’s magazine, TAMMY explores our cultural fascination with the body’s ability to bleed while providing an alternative avenue for (wo)manifestos.

WHOLE BEAST RAG is a critical conversation that connects radical words/works to the idea/issues of our times.

Education & Reference

By: Lauren Cole
If you’re a fan of the Twilight Saga, maybe you’ve always wondered– why aren’t the songs in the soundtrack in the order they appear in the movies?

“Breaking Dawn Part 2 Soundtrack List solves this problem. Created by obsessive fans of Twilight and indie music in general, this guide breaks down the exact order of songs in each film, including songs not included in the soundtrack.

Science & Math

By: T I WADE
(15 reviews)
From the age of seven Ryan Richmond dreamed about going to Space. Now Ryan Richmond has $3 billion to play with, he is in his forties; and still wants to go to space. His only enemy; the US Government who doesn’t have its own space program-and wants his new spaceship; AMERICA ONE.

Humor & Entertainment

By: Stairlift to Heaven 2 – Further up the Stairlift
(1 review)
A further volume chronicling the life of an old age pensioner. As with its 92 x 5 Star Amazon Customer Reviews predecessor Stairlift to Heaven those people of non-coffin dodging age should not be put off by this. You will be old yourself someday, if you’re lucky, and there are valuable lessons to be learned here in coping with old age, in addition to advice on how to deal with troublesome dogs, dog walking, horses, faith healers, gipsies, solicitors, council officials, busybodies, and sundry ot
By: Oleg Medvedkov
(13 reviews)
In this book you will find a collection of other humorous stories that have enough funny jokes to fill two full-sized humor novels, if anyone still writes those anymore. The stories are driven by the dialog and interaction between the characters, in the best comic traditions of Steve Martin, Will Ferrell, Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld, Eddie Izzard, and even vaudeville stylings of Red Skelton.

Newly edited, formatted, and expanded version.

Business & Investing

By: Don Failla
(75 reviews)
The 45 Second Presentation was created 30 years ago by networking legend Don Failla. In his book, Don uses what are called the “Napkin Presentations” to simply teach the principles of network marketing. In the early days of building his own networking business, Don spent hours explaining how networking works. In an effort to minimize the amount of time he would spend teaching, Don created what is now The 45 Second Presentation That Will Change Your Life
By: James M Morrison
(6 reviews)
The business world has turned leadership into a difficult and complex topic. Author James M. Morrison, understands that great leadership fundamentals are about making sense of complex leadership challenges. In his book, The Choice of Leadership, James simplifies the leadership process as a CHOiCE through proven principles and practices.

Self-Help

Empowering You to Create Your Own Life Experience
By: Marquita Herald
(22 reviews)
Unexpected trials will always be a part of life ”¦ a lost set of keys, the stress of a botched work assignment, or the heartache of a full-blown health or relationship crisis. If we can accept that it is unrealistic to deny or run away from life’s inevitable challenges, we’re left with the only question then that really matters, how we will choose to view adversity ”¦ obstacle or opportunity. This is the power of resilience. Life doesn’t get easier, we grow stronger
By: Jennifer O’Neill
(22 reviews)
Are you single, dating, or looking for love? Are you in a relationship, but need some relationship advice? If the answer is yes then you are in the right place! “The Book of Love” covers everything from dating to why you can’t seem to get a commitment from your significant other. In this book you will learn:

Dating tips (for those of you who are dating).
Advice on dating women and dating men (you think its different, but it’s actually very similar).
Relationship advice (for those of you who…

By: Hyrum W. Smith
(6 reviews)
Bestselling author and motivational speaker, Hyrum W. Smith delivers his newest self-help eBook The Power of Perception: 6 Rules of Behavior Change. Hyrum teaches powerful rules for personal transformation that, if followed, can bring positive life change that breaks habits.

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