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By Larry Robinson
Mirror, Mirror: Reflections of Self—365-Day Life Journal is a journey for each of you toward emotional growth. It gives you an opportunity to look more closely into the issues that we all face in life. After each lesson you will find a question to answer. You may work on these lessons alone or with a partner. There are photographs, illustrations, poems, and comments from ordinary people from around the world. Mirror, Mirror teaches us that we are all a part of each other and that we share the same feelings no matter where we are from. Enjoy growing!
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By Tom Corbett, Ph.D.
Tom Corbett takes us on a wild ride over the past four decades of welfare reform and antipoverty policy making. Drawing on his personal experiences in both academia and government, he exposes the raw realities of doing policy. Tom celebrates his policy life as an adventure, both challenging yet totally rewarding. He tells this story with a deft and light touch, bringing the characters and events to life with wit, wisdom, and sensitivity. It is a journey accessible to all who care about our nation and about our most vulnerable citizens.
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By David Heller
The Soul of a Relationship is a book brimming with pragmatic relationship advice and sagacious philosophy concerning love, romance, relationships and marriage. A prolific author and psychologist for hundreds of adults concerning their relationship lives, Dr. David Heller shares his knowledge and expertise in this intriguing, thought-provoking and enjoyable offering. In a concise and entertaining manner, Dr. Heller informs and reminds the reader about the keys to successful and satisfying relationships throughout the course of one’s life. Here is a sample of the many cogent and important themes that this insightful collection offers: --- “In every relationship, there is considerable hope, a bit of fear and a whole lot of learning.” --- “In this perplexing theatre called “life”, if love is the protagonist then certainly selfishness is the antagonist.” --- “In your search for a partner, seek kindness before you pursue anything else.” --- “The companionship of two souls is greatly fostered by the peacefulness of each soul.” --- “It is best to appreciate that love is a gift from the universe. How you take care of that precious gift is up to you.” --- “Patience is the great protector of relationships.......Patience intercepts many an argument in a relationship.” ---”Love is as much sunshine as moonlight, but in every instance you must prepare for the occasional eclipse.” ---”Genuine love makes very few requests.” ---”Successful and lasting marriages are far more waltz than fox trot.” --- “The love that you discover at the height of your self-esteem will be the love that is ultimately best for you.” --- “What is the place of shared values in a relationship? They are nothing less than its’ nuts and bolts.”
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By Kevin A. Campbell
Thousands of inkwells have been emptied documenting the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg. And while nearly all aspects of the campaign have been explored in one form or another, this work attempts to weave the tapestry of the campaign from the viewpoints, activities, and decisions of its participants. From men at the highest levels of command to those on the battle line, all would play a part in the drama which unfolded in Southern Pennsylvania. The persona, character, military bearing, and skill of those who fought the greatest battle ever to occur on the North American continent, would be forged not only during the war, but for some, many years prior to the conflict. This is the opening act of their story.
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By Bradford Howland
Bradford Howland has had a long association with MIT.s Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) which was housed in a World War II wooden building, known only as “Building 20”. It housed neurophysiologists, linguists, and the MIT train club, among others. Even while Brad worked at a daytime job Lincoln Laboratory, he had a lab in Building 20 where he spent many late nights observing and interacting with scientists, mechanics, students, secretaries, janitors, guards, and people who simply walked in off the streets. These are the stories of those interactions.
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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 Sebe J. Dalieh
As a follower of Jesus Christ, you must allow yourself to be guided and directed by the Word and the promptings of the Holy Spirit. In order to allow yourself to be guided and directed by his promptings, you have to develop the ability to be able to listen to him and to obey his voice. In the Devotional of His Wisdom, you will receive nuggets of inspiration and uplifting prayers through which you will learn Bible verses that are applicable to your life and will fill your heart with his presence. You will also be inspired and encouraged to listen to the Lord and to obey his voice. You must make up your mind to focus on him in such a way that will change your life and conform you to his likeness.
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By Daniel Perek
This Messianic Siddur for Shabbat contains the liturgy for Shabbat in the Messianic Synagogue and for Shabbat at home. The liturgy includes the name of YHWH only in Hebrew, so each Synagogue can treat it according to their own halacha. The traditional prayers of ancient Judaism are included, with prayers from the Brit Khadasha, honoring the Messiah Yeshua. All congregational liturgy is transliterated in an easy to read format. The Daily prayers are provided as well, with Daily Tehillim [Psalms] according to customs in the Beit HaMikdash. The High Holy Day prayers are included in their own sections, Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. There are also blessings for Shavuot and Khannukah. It also contains a complete version of the Tehillim [Psalms], and a table showing which Tehillah is read with the weekly Torah Portion. There is a table for the Torah Portions and Haftarah, with Brit Khadashah portions as well. It is a great resource for the Messianic Synagogue, and for the home.
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By Mary McNaughton
Meg Newport plays to win. She’s beautiful but disfigured. Her family life is a confusion of bitterness and denial. She wants love, but wealth and power seem more reliable in the man-powered great hotel business of the 1960s. While still at university Meg takes a part-time job at a Holt hotel. Billionaire owners Steve and Nell Holt see the fire in Meg, much like their elder son, now dead. They pay for reconstructive surgery for Meg and offer her a job upon graduation—with strings attached, most notably their younger son Blaine who needs a hard-headed wife. Even when her goals begin to destroy the trust of marriage, family, and friends, Meg continues to build her empire. When her singleness of purpose is blasted by loss and alienation, Meg discovers a new world to explore, one where love equals gain, not loss, and the power to build serves an entirely new purpose.
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By Gregory P. Shea and Bruce Gresh
Healthcare is both personal in nature and critical in importance. This monograph provides examines the state of healthcare in America, the choices at hand, and the possible futures ahead. Providers, employers, and, of course, patients would do well to familiarize themselves with this analysis of the present and the future.
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By Charles G. Hood and Christopher S. Hoo
Returning To Our Roots: Journey Into Yesteryear, by Charles G. Hood and Christopher S. Hood, tells the compelling story of one family’s past. This book intentionally differs in its approach and writing style from other genealogic works. Eschewing the standard format of dryly describing the dates of birth, marriage and death for each generation, instead the authors have attempted to weave the historical data in a more palatable manner by writing each of the four foundation chapters—one for each of their grandparents’ family—in a narrative format that entertains while it informs. Interspersed among these chapters are stories of the journeys taken by the authors—both physical and spiritual—during the course of their research, spanning nearly three years of intensive effort. Well over a hundred interviews, many by telephone but a substantial number in person, combined with existing family documents and a fresh dose of research into many facets of history long dormant until the advent of the Internet, provide a wealth of information from which the authors have produced this work. Additional space is afforded a detailed look at the lives of the authors’ parents, until the passing of their father in 1972. The book is filled with an eminently readable combination of factual information and amusing anecdotes. Stories span the American Revolution, the Civil War, and both World Wars. The coal and coke regions of western Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia forged the fine men and women representing the main characters of the book; residents of Connellsville, Pennsylvania, and Fairmont, West Virginia would particularly enjoy this book as it lovingly describes some of the proud history of these two communities since the early 1800’s. Additional chapters pertain to Rachel, West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and other locales in Ohio, Kansas, Indiana, Colorado and several other states. While the particular details of these stories certainly apply to the characters described, the recurring themes of integrity, persistence in the face of adversity, patriotism, and the strong bond of the family itself all lend themselves to more generic interest nonetheless. This book is a true labor of love, a permanent record of a storied past, and it is dedicated to the deceased parents of the authors.
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By Rose Harmon

Fire Mountain is a romance-mystique with a developing love relationship.

Angelique Marney is a young woman writer who marries a Jekyl/Hyde personality( Philip Manning) when she is twenty one. She lives in St. Louis Missouri where she works as a hostess in her mother’s restaurant-bar, the LaFrance, in the tourist district. The three year traumatic marriage ending with her husband’s death in a car accident, served to make her completely distrustful of another close relationship.

There is an inheritance of a property on the Pacific coast rim in Oregon from a long lost ancestor, Veronica. Angel determines to go to the Oregon coast and start her life anew, heal from her traumatic marriage and pursue her writing career. She has always had a strange longing to live in Oregon on the coast. The old house on Fire Mountain has a hundred and fifty year old history.  As her love for the mountain and natural environment grows, she is drawn into an effort to help save the Pacific rim environment. She finds Veronica’s memoirs in a loosened stone of the fireplace after an Oregon earthquake and is drawn ever deeper into the charisma and mystique of the old house.

Navarone, the mountain’s guardian and self proclaimed female Shaman plays an important part in the story as a mystic who helps Angel both in her understanding of the importance of the fight to help save the environment on the Pacific rim, but also in  helping her deal with the wicked Cary Nichols, Angel’s enemy and rival.

Cary Nichols, a young woman devoid of morals, is determined to trap Tyler Casini into marriage, and gain control of the Casini winery wealth and the vast forested area belonging to the Casini family on Fire Mountain. Angel is torn between her growing attraction to Tyler Casini, the immediate mystery she encounters in the mountain home, and being drawn into the love of the pristine mountain atmosphere, and into what Navarone claims is “Angel´s destiny.”

The mystique revolves around the lingering spirit of Veronica, Angel´s long lost ancestor who makes her presence felt. Startling mystical help come by way of Navarone, and Wolf Spirit, a  hybrid wolf who befriends Angel.   Will Angel be able to overcome two attempts on her life from the evil manipulative Cary Nichols? Will she be able to conquer her fear of another relationship, and be able to trust again? Will she be able to follow Navarone’s instructions through her writing and research of the endangered forests and Pacific rim? Is it possible that Navarone’s prophecy could come true? That Angel’s own future daughter Alexandre will rise high in government, whose aim it will be to prevent the destruction of our environment, that is, if the evil powers that be do not destroy her?


Fire Mountain is for all us romantics who crave thrills & chills. Ms. Harmon´s interplay of genre is nothing short of masterful. Harmon has turned that trying time between a change of scenery and finally arriving at the mountaintop into magic--a "can´t put down tale" of found love and avarice, and all among the tall trees and vineyards of Oregon´s west slope.

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