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By Rom Gayoso
This book is about a business research technique called “Scenario Planning”. Scenarios were originally created in the 1960’s for defense purposes; later on they were adopted by private enterprise with exceptional results. Nowadays they are also used for public policy. In this book you will learn the theory behind Scenario Planning, walk through three public policy examples and learn the process steps to build your own scenarios. This book will show you how to use both qualitative and quantitative inputs combined into a method designed to help you envision the future and win in every scenario. Go forth and win!
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By Richard Padgett
Panic Terror is a book about friends, family, and eccentric southern relatives. Two marriages, raising six children, building a house, teaching close to 40 years—it’s a collection of autobiographical poems and stories. Panic and terror are the emotions I feel most strongly when I sit down to write. Pan—the god associated with delivering both joy and terror—often imposed both states of being on unsuspecting individuals he encountered as he played his flute. I have met Pan often along the way. Panic Terror is my attempt to synthesize my often humorous life experiences and the holy terror that goes along with the spooky art of trying to capture fleeting memories in writing.
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By Adrian Chong
The darkness of apocalypse fell onto the world and only a fragment of humanity remains to fight against the demons. This is humanity's last stand against the demons. Kain Venator was born and raised in this ravaged world. He does not know the extent of his importance. Kain will learn that in order to fight monsters, you must become more than man.
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By C.C Carroll
My old English teacher told me to never start your story at "the now.” Always give a little background or people can't keep up. It makes it so the person who is listening to your Story can form a picture in their mind of what it is you’re trying to tell. I always thought that was pretty smart. But what if there is no story that can form a background? What if my story started in "the now"? My story starts the moment I answer that door. Or at least that's how I thought it started...... When Princess Simetra discovers her true identity her life changes. She is thrown into a world of magic and war. A war she wants no part of but has no choice. She started with no family, no friends. Her world grew around her as the chance of it crumbling became a reality.
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By David Heller and David Johns
FRIENDSHIP IS LIKE LOVE WITH MORE LETTERS IN IT: Children’s Colorful Views of Friendship is a collection of laugh-out-loud humor and poignant commentary on the universal phenomenon of friendship, based on the original and spontaneous observations of youngsters, ages 4 to 13. This sweet book is as funny as it is insightful, and it gently moves the reader - whether eight or eighty - to reflect on a person’s own friendships throughout the course of his or her life. This delightful compendium covers many, many light-hearted and engaging subjects anything that might emerge and shape and color a friendship. The young philosophers and humorists expound on these and numerous other topics: what were the world’s first friendships like, how do most contemporary friendships begin, what type of person should you select, how do you build a friendship, how are female friendships different than male friendships, what every true friendship must possess, how friends are different than relatives, and what are some of the most colorful reasons that friends sometimes argue. In response to such intriguing topics, the youngest do indeed say some of the darndest things about friendship and their friends. Here are a few choice morsels of wisdom: “Friendship is a ‘ship’ that can have two people on it, and it can float good without the people having to steer too much.” (Maurice, age 11) “Friends are like two pennies because they just seem to make sense together.” (Kera, age 9) “To get someone to be your friend, buy them a friendship card and show them it cost you a lot by drawing a red circle around the price.” (Ryan, age 9) “Every good friendship needs to have enough shared toys to get through the rough times.” (Mitch, age 7) “In friendship, you share things like cookies. In love, you might share bigger stuff like children.” (Chung, age 10) “Remember that you don’t ever buy friendship with money or gold, you earn it with respect.” (Rodney, age 9) “A friend in need is a friend who hands you a tissue when your nose is running.” (Marie, age 6)
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By S.J.Hardy
Life is not a dream at the best of times and for some it’s more of a nightmare, a twisted web of lies, plagued by the demons we hide within our closets. But what happens when not all those demons stay hidden and they claw their way out? So I introduce you to Sarah and Josh, the children of an abusive, alcoholic, womanizing father and a ‘broken’ defeated mother. All they desire is to break free and live their dream of their version of normal life. They have the plan, the money saved and once meeting Reaper and Ice, the way out, but plans don’t always work out and the paths we walk are never as they seem. Will they break free? Or will they still have to pay for their fathers sins? I invite you to take the journey and find out today. You never know, you might be ‘pleasantly’ surprised.
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By Sean E'von Williams
A Black Urban Novel about Redemption We all encounter traumatic experiences in life. However, these experiences affect us all differently. Basically, this book is about how people deal with betrayal, lust, love, bitterness, and abandonment. It’s also about the power of forgiveness, maturing, and new beginnings. Not all will be able to relate, but that’s to be expected. To those who can, I offer you a glimpse at the real me, and a part of my past. Do enjoy! Peace.
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By Trevor Field
A soul wakes to find himself in a room and soon realizes when he finds a nutshell there must be more than what he knows and understands. The new soul finds a way out of the room only to discover it's the beginning of a journey which requires it to be born into the physical world. First as a woman where life lessons are learned then as man fighting his evil twin all in an attempt to right the imbalance caused by the nutshell. We visit reincarnation, the after life, Heaven and Hades. A novel packed with life lessons and spiritual metaphors offering to challenge your way of thinking.
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By Mary F. Lachman
For more than sixty years a handwritten poetry journal languished in an attic. Rescued before the estate sale by a granddaughter, Mary Lachman, who opened the text and journeyed into an enthralling past. The poems painted a breathtaking portrait of the American heartland---the wonder of nature and saga of human relationships in the 1920s to 1940s, as well as musings on God and heaven. Intrigued, Lachman combined the collection of poems with her own recollections of Indiana. Joining intimate stories with original poems, The Moth at the Window re-creates the charm and simplicity of an amazing era, and brings to life the story of a small town dentist and his family.
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By Luis Martin
Luis Martin’s family was separated when he was a child during the horrors of the Spanish Civil War. He grew up hearing the stories of their separation and reconciliation recounted over and over. Combining his own childhood memories of those events with the remembered stories from his family members, he has written an engaging and thought-provoking Labyrinth of Memories: A Child in the Spanish Civil War. The circumstances of war take on new meaning when viewed through a child’s eyes in this recounting, and the bonds of family are vivid and indelible.
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By Eddie M. Leung

You are sizing up a copy of this book at an airport bookstore. As you look outside you would see hundreds of hardworking business, technical, marketing people passing by. You probably are one of those productive and relatively happy carbon based human units out there. Have you ever thought of what if you get attacked by a life threatening disease like cancer suddenly and without warning? Do you know that half of all living Americans will get some form of cancer at some point in their lives?

Eddie Leung, the author, was an engineering physicist that was having fun in all sorts of exciting projects, good at what he was doing and relatively healthy and happy. Within a period of a month, he was hit with the life threatening acute pancreatitis and then pronounced having a rare & extremely aggressive form of cancer called the Cholangiocarcinoma (bile duct cancer). This is the story of his journey through a rigorous treatment that involves the dangerous Whipple surgery, high dosage radiation & chemo therapies and subsequently unpleasant blood infection (sepsis), applying his scientific approach and management skills.

This book is a collection of what Eddie learned in terms of the skills as to how to fight cancer physiologically, mentally and spiritually; how to recover from a major surgery like Whipple and make the dreadful radiation and chemo therapies work for the patient. The detailed manuscript describes the feelings and thinking of a cancer patient, the trials and tribulations a caretaker must go through, the importance of faith & positive mental attitude in his battle for survival and eventually the jubilation associated with the change from a cancer patient to a cancer survivor. It is filled with fear, tears, compassion, light-hearted moments and finally happiness.

Since cancer is becoming so common in our daily life, it is a must read for the general public, especially cancer patients and their caretakers.


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By DAVID HELLER, Ph.D. and Jared Heller
The 200 Most Important Things Kids Need To Know About Life is a collection of philosophy, wisdom and compelling maxims about all the big subjects in life. For both parents and children, the experience of reading the book is like taking a course in “Life 101”. Among the salient topics addressed are: love, friendship, the genders, the parent-child relationship, siblings, selfishness, honesty, integrity, compassion, achievement, morality and spirituality, education, competition, making one’s way in the world, being your own person, developing your values, finding your identity, and much, much more. These compelling excerpts reflect the breadth and diversity of subjects that the book embraces: Thoughtfulness to others is a gift you give to yourself. Being flexible is not only a quality of rubber bands; it’s useful for people too. All of the different races and cultures of the world may be nature’s way of drawing and coloring. There is no such thing as excelling at something without practice -- and lots of it. A boy is an aspiring man in search of a roadmap for how to be one. A girl is a woman in the making who needs some help with some finishing touches.
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By Danny K. Gilchrist
A city boy, I had little association with animals, with the exception of a male English bulldog, Fella, who was my best friend until I was fi ve years old. We played together, napped together and ate from the same bowl together when our mother wasn’t looking. His broad tongue covered my whole head in two swipes and many giggles. I was fi ve years old when he died but I remember him as though it was yesterday. Th e picture on the front cover is my Fella. He, above all others instilled in me a love for all animals. I grew up in Canada, receiving a doctorate in veterinary medicine at the University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College. At the age of nineteen I dedicated the next two years of my life to my church, serving as a full time missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in France and Switzerland. In the fi nal week of my mission, I had an experience I have recorded in these pages that softened my heart and my head and led me down a path to my future life’s work. Th e subsequent adventures are recorded in large part in this book. Life changing adventures and lessons learned in the small family farm barns, often in the dead of night, of central New York and northern Vermont, and within the welcome warmth of my clinic. A word of caution: if a cow has a bad cough from pneumonia, DO NOT stand behind he
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By Charles Bernard Escapule
Growing up Around Tombstone is a family history of the Escapules. They are one of the oldest families still living in Tombstone, having emigrated from France during the early 1870s. The books tells how the Escapules mined and built ranches but mostly it tells of the family’s life and struggles as recalled by one of the second generation Escapules born in Tombstone. There is a detailed account of family life, ranch work and horses, working and developing the mines, and making a living. The story takes the reader from the early days in Tombstone, through the war years, and up until the mid-1950’s. The Escapules were a close, hard- working, and loving family. There is also a good depiction of life as it was lived by the townspeople. The book is rich in old family photographs and documents that help give a sense of the times and how people lived their day to day lives. There are also stories of many of the people living in Tombstone and the surrounding area. Ernest and Mildred Escapule and their family are the main characters. Tombstone, Arizona, became world famous for the rich silver and gold strike before the turn of the century, its lawless days, and the gun fight at the O K Corral.
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By Miss Whittney
In 2007, Whittney Cheney opened her own power tumbling gym in Caldwell, Idaho called Topflight Tumbling. In the beginning, all of her students insisted in calling her Miss Whittney; even after they were told that she was a “Mrs.” and that they could simply call her coach. The name stuck and now in the author world she is known as Whittney.

Tutu and Me fun, easy-to-read book that your children will love. It is designed to be a beginner book with just the right blend of pictures and words to promote reading. This book will encourage reading all by itself. My Tutu and Me is an excellent book for elementary educators and remedial reading specialists to use in schools and libraries.

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