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Why Straight Women Love Gay Romance
One of the world's biggest secrets is coming out...Why do straight women love gay romance? What is it that attracts straight women to the idea of two men falling in love? Is it the muscles? The mystery of the male mind? The idea of true love overcoming all odds? How has it changed who these women are and how they see the world? And how powerful is this once-silent army of readers in the fight for equality? Readers, authors, publishers, editors, reviewers and cover artists share their opinions ... more info>>
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Experiences with Aliens and UFO's Part One
Chronicles many strange experiences including traveling with a United Nations ambassador on a UFO, fascinating alien meetings with the Hopi, A secret community inside Mt. Shasta, Inner-Earth tunnels used by Atlanteans & Lemurians, and much more!
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Experiences with Aliens and UFO's Part Three
Chronicles many strange experiences including traveling with a United Nations ambassador on a UFO, fascinating alien meetings with the Hopi, A secret community inside Mt. Shasta, Inner-Earth tunnels used by Atlanteans & Lemurians, and much more!
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Experiences with Aliens and UFO's Part Two
Chronicles many strange experiences including traveling with a United Nations ambassador on a UFO, fascinating alien meetings with the Hopi, A secret community inside Mt. Shasta, Inner-Earth tunnels used by Atlanteans & Lemurians, and much more!
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201 Super Sales Tips : Field-Tested Strategies for Painless Prospecting, Perfect Presentations, and a Quick Close Every Time
The keys to success delivered by reps in the field If you want to improve your sales, listen to 201 lessons from your peers and use their proven strategies to get your foot in the door and close the deal. 201 Super Sales Tips offers you an unparalleled opportunity to benefit from the experiences of 201 of your colleagues from around the globe. From the ?upside-down sales letter? to the ?art of the parking-lot presentation," this book delivers hundreds of tested-in-the-trenches strategies guaran... more info>>
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a cop's eye view of the world in poetry
This is not "moon" and "June" poetry. There is some formal rhyme and meter, but there is a lot more free verse. I wrote them when I needed to write them. I rewrote them as necessary after I got my Ph.D. in English with a specialty in creative writing.
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A Dog named Slugger
The heartwarming true story of Slugger, author Leigh Brill's trained service dog, who transformed Brill's college years as she struggled with congenital cerebral palsy. Brill is now a counselor and motivational speaker involved in the service dog community. She travels with Slugger's successor, Kendie. In the tradition of Marley & Me, and Dewey the Library Cat.
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A Steady Trade: A Boyhood at Sea
Tristan Jones vividly and colorfully describes his childhood as a Welsh boy growing up by the sea. The story of his boyhood in pre-World War II England is strikingly charming and nostalgic. The challenges and adventures he encounters will have you seeing, smelling, feeling, hearing, and tasting the sea as you travel with him through this coming-of-age story.
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A Writer's Guide to Overcoming Rejection: A Practical Sales Course for the as Yet Unpublished
This guide teaches the reader how to sell themselves and their book in order to get in print. Using sales techniques taken from other industries, it demonstrates how the writer can target and market their book in the competitive business of publishing.
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Across the Plains in the Donner Party
This tragic story of Virginia Reed's journey west is told through her memoirs of the twelve years old girl, with supplementary accounts based on her father's letters and the diary of another traveller. Given the sensitive nature of aspects of the journey, young readers will find the background notes and explanatory comments helpful.
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Adapting Your Novel for Film
Think your novel would make a great movie? Want to try your hand at writing the screenplay? Award-winning author Pauline Baird Jones now shares her years of expertise in a series of writer's handbooks, including Adapting Your Novel for Film, a helpful guide for turning your book into a film. A book and a movie are two entirely different mediums. Successful adaptation requires trimming down a story--it's not always easy! Strict formatting guidelines also must be followed or your script won't even... more info>>
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Advanced Max Contraction Training
"Human progress hinges on the commitment of a select few to not accept current knowledge as a final truth, to continue to strive to constantly improve their methods, their knowledge base, their skill set. John Little questioned conventional strength training methods and has created a system that takes traditional results to the next level. As a well-established innovator in fitness and strength training, his methods have been employed by hundreds of thousands of individuals around the world. Hi... more info>>
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Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
BE AN AC AND REFRIGERATION ACE-NO MATTER WHAT YOUR PRESENT LEVEL OF SKILL! Air Conditioning and Refrigeration helps you understand today's cooling and climate control systems-so expertly that you can use it as the foundation for a career! Clear instructions-with over 800 photographs and illustrations-offer step-by-step guidance to learning the trade for students, professionals, and homeowners who want to do their own installations or repairs. LEARN WITH THE PROS Written by experienced teachers ... more info>>
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America's Longest War: Rethinking Our Tragic Crusade Against Drugs
America's war on drugs. It makes headlines, tops political agendas and provokes powerful emotions. But is it really worth it? That's the question posed by Steven Duke and Albert Gross in this groundbreaking book. They argue that America's biggest victories in the war on drugs are the erosion of our constitutional rights, the waste of billions of dollars and an overwhelmed court system. After careful research and thought, they make a strong case for the legalization of drugs. It's a radical idea,... more info>>
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An Edge in My Voice
At the beginning of the 1980's Harlan Ellison agreed to do a regular column for the LA WEEKLY on the condition that they publish whatever he wrote, without revising it or suggesting rewrites. This collection collects what he wrote under those conditions. He writes in a conversational voice, but he is impassioned, persuasive, abusive and hilarious by turns.
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And in the End: The World's Weirdest Funerals
Full of anecdotes on the weirdest funerals and final resting places the world over, this guidebook is a tongue-in-cheek romp to an aspect of life that frightens most people. Discussing the burial practices of the past--from the embalming practices of ancient Egyptians to the funeral pyres used in India--while looking closely at how death and funeral services are practiced today, this humorously macabre guide answers questions such as What kind of party should be held at a funeral ceremony? Who s... more info>>
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Articles, Muses and Favorite Diet-Breaking Dessert Recipes
The complete works of Betty Bain, interspersed with sweet recipes so loaded with calories you'll feel like you should be sent to jail for eating them!
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Back of the Boat Gourmet Cooking: Afloat--Pool-Side--Backyard
This book's for YOU--if you own a boat and are looking for enjoyable on-board eating that's not just another typical hamburger or hot dog, and is still quick and easy to prepare. The authors provide invaluable tips for truly great menu alternatives, requiring very little fuss, muss, or bother--whether afloat, pool-side, or in the backyard. Stay hungry!
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Be In It to Win : Strategies to Develop the Positive Attitude You Need for Sales Success
Motivation is like bathing or eating. You need to do it regularly to survive. Says Zig Ziglar, America's number one motivator. Motivation is the key leadership skill that can vastly improve your quality of life and, in turn, positively impact sales. Developing it-and keeping it alive-is what winning is all about. Be In It to Win is filled with inspiring insights, exclusive interviews, and winning advice from the country's most successful sales professionals, entrepreneurs, and CEOs. Norman Vince... more info>>
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Because I Love Her
This profound and poignant collection highlights some of the best literary writers of our time in an era when the roles of mothers and daughters are constantly being questioned and redefined. Because I Love Her explores the deepest bonds and truths of motherhood by sharing stories and secrets of becoming a mother and grandmother. Ranging from established and bestselling authors to exciting new voices, these women reveal what their mothers taught them, what they in turn hope to impart to their d... more info>>
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Bitching
In the early 1970s, the national conversation regarding feminism was very different. Public discussions of womanhood--single life, marriage, workplace harassment, rights, gripes--were often channeled through movement spokeswomen and always refracted through the lens of talking to men about men. Little was shared about the chats happening behind closed doors where everyday women talked to women without the threat of men listening in. But, all that changed with the book BITCHING. Originally publi... more info>>
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Black Raspberries
Plagued by religious friction, violent fights and a belief, "the grass is always greener", my peripatetic parents dragged us five children in search of the next good farm deal. From upstate New York to the Mississippi Delta, to the hills of Ohio and West Virginia their dreams led us forward to disillusion and defeat. I was the middle child, unwanted from birth and over-looked while growing up. Though all five of us are deeply scarred, sometimes being the least loved can be your salvation.
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Body Language
Body Language helps you to understand the unconscious body movements and postures that provide intimate keys to what a person is really thinking and the secrets of their true inner selves. You will learn how to read the angle of shoulders, the tilt of a head, or the tap of a foot, in order to discern whether an individual is angry, frightened or cheerful. You will be able to use Body Language to discover the most--and least--important person in any group by the way others position themselves. Th... more info>>
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Boomer Basics
The term "Baby Boom Generation" has been coined to describe the more than 78 million people born between 1943 and 1964. This generation is the largest and most influential ever seen in one demographic group. Its influences are broad-reaching and far-flung. As this group is aging, it is finding that the time, energy, money, and emotions allocated toward careers, spouses, kids, parents, friends, and themselves is constantly shrinking. Nevertheless, they find themselves juggling their obligations t... more info>>
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Brave New World Revisited
In 1958, Aldous Huxley wrote what might be called a sequel to his novel Brave New World, published in 1932, but it was a sequel that did not revisit the story or the characters, or re-enter the world of the novel. Instead, he revisited that world in a set of 12 essays. Taking a second look at specific aspects of the future Huxley imagined in Brave New World, Huxley meditated on how his fantasy seemed to be turning into reality, frighteningly and much more quickly than he had ever dreamed. That h... more info>>
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