A place of no mercy, no coddling, and no emotion, the streets of New York don’t waver in their inability to care for anyone. In order to survive, you have to take the lessons that are given to you by them and use them to your advantage. After being orphaned not once, but twice, raised by nuns, foster parents, and tossed between the homes of his grandmother and father, Jim River Learned how to survive and thrive after being tossed aside His experiences lead him to where he is now and helped give him wisdom that can only be gained from the University of the streets.. ... read more
A story nearly 90 years in the making, Born In Rome traces the path that Joseph G. Munisteri took from his earliest days in Italy to become a world-renowned business leader and beloved friend, husband, father, and grandfather. Equal parts autobiography and technology primer, this inspirational book details how Joseph's engineering expertise and passion for learning continue making sustainable, significant impacts on the energy industry--impacts that promise to revolutionize how hydrocarbons are valued on the world stage.
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Punk rock and UFOs: True Believers" by author and journalist Mike Damante is a call to arms to the common populace and UFO community to come together to better understand the unexplained. "Punk rock and UFOs: True Believers" is the follow-up to the non-fiction release "Punk rock and UFOs: Cryptozoology meets Anarchy" (2016), which looked at cryptozoology and Ufology as an underdog science. "Punk rock and UFOs: True Believers" tackles topics like process of belief, religion, mythology, popular culture, disclosure, media, technological advances, science, the unexplained, the UFO ... read more
Ups and Downs on the New Zealand Road
On what initially began as an impulse, Sequoia Schmidt, a native of New Zealand and avid adventurer decides to purchase a ticket to her homeland with the goal of cycling across the country to reconnect with her roots. Once (somewhat) trained, Sequoia begins her journey and finds that she connects with much more than just the land where she is from. The people she encounters along her way and the flashbacks of her distorted childhood, paired with the aloneness that can only be had on a solo excursion of self-discovery, lead her to understand much more about herself and her strengths than she realized when she began.
Getting Off the X means getting out of the line of fire, moving off the target area; be it physical, emotional or even spiritual danger. How these characters from all over the globe manage to “get off the X” in their particular circumstances is the common theme and thread of adventure for this book. A compelling work of non-fiction, "Getting Off the X" is about taking risks to survive.
The urgency and depth of encounter is a recurring theme in the poems of Jo Patti. Questions about loss love and destiny are spiraled into a mosaic she creates consisting of passages from around the planet, some crystal clear and others enigmatic. Using diverse poetic forms, she expands the boundaries of time, place and relationship, thought and spirit, for whomever is bold enough to venture into unknown destinations.
Fat, full of excuses and lazy...that's what became of Bryan Collins. But Bryan decided to do something about it. It began when he decided to prepare for a bodybuilding competition...
From intermittent fasting to counting macros, Bryan put his body through the ringer to be able to write about it. Bryan gives his readers in-depth knowledge on each program that he used and how it works, explaiing it both scientifically and in layman's terms so that anyone at any level of fitness can understand their fitness and diet options.
A Life Derailed by War
David R. McCue - coming soon
During World War I they called it shell shock. During World War II they called it battle fatigue. Today it is known as post-traumatic stress disorder. All are tidy labels for the destruction of a mind. When Angels Wept follows the path of an idealistic young airman’s experiences and the horrors he deals with during World War II.
These three short horror stories are sure to make any reader frightened with their fear inducing power. Each story taps into the human psyche of fear to remind us of why we lock our doors and close our blinds. Be sure to read these with the lights on!
Fairies in our Yard is a book that ignites the imagination of children. It explores the hidden life that exists just outside our windows. From flowers missing petals and dandelions only halfway blown, to thinking we hear music or feeling a tickle in our hair, this book explores the signs that fairies are among us. Ever notice a missing earring or button? Chances are, the fairies have it hidden deep within their fairy den, but don’t expect to find the den easily, as the crafty fairies are constantly moving it and their squirrel friend is always keeping watch… well, unless he’s taking a nap.
A horrifying murder in a cell of the Iraqi capital Baghdad's most secure prisons opens doors for a vast mystery to unfold before the victim's lawyer, whose client left him a coded letter. The letter carries an immense secret that will save Iraq from the grips of falling into the abyss of a terrifying collapse that has begun to storm the world...
The battling fronts intertwine to reach what the murdered client had hidden between the lines of his letter. Counselor Mahdi Al-Ali takes off on his adventure searching for the buried secret that his client had left in his letter. Meanwhile, the fireball starts approaching Iraq...
Thom Burke is everything a scientist shouldn't be: brash, sophomoric, and reckless. A genius millennial born with a silver spoon; all the potential but none of the drive. But when his academic project is revoked by a big UCSF donor, Thom throws away his privilege, jeopardizing his career to produce an illegal gene-modifying drug that could change someone's belief in God . . . by making them become one. What Thom doesn't realize is that a version of this drug has already been created - weaponized - and its creators will do everything in their power to suppress its knowledge. Even murder.
It's true that men are dogs. However, instead of using this phrase to describe our latest terrible date we should be embracing all the wonderful qualities both of these partners possess. Our men and our dogs can both be loyal, loving, and well behaved if we provide proper training. How to Train a Husband gives advice for successful dating with a veterinary twist. By taking classic, canine training techniques and applying them to your dating life, you can fetch your dream relationship. Whether you need help picking the right breed or getting that pup to kennel-up into an exclusive commitment, let How to Train a Husband help you weed out the mutts.
When Jessica Carmichael graduates high school, she has a sudden onset of strange thoughts and occurrences about her older sister's unsolved disappearance three years before. Jessica was with her on the last day that anyone saw her sister, and she knows that her sister harbored some very strong beliefs about the power of magic. Jessica knows two things: she has to find out how her sister mysteriously disappeared and there's much more to this world that can be seen. As she progresses into the occult secrets her sister kept, she meets someone who can help her. He introduces himself as Dominic, and while working together, they realize very quickly that they are meant to do much more than just find Jessica's sister.
Street Smart - coming soon
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Getting Off The X
When Angels Wept
Into the Darkness
Fairies in our Yard
How to Train a Husband
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