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by Kim Cano
For Animal Lovers is a heartwarming book for kids ages 9-12. Although mainly a short story collection for children, it also appeals to adult readers who are young at heart. Prepare to be transported into the world of each animal, as they tell their tale in their own words.
Best of all, 10% of the sale price is donated to the ASPCA® to help homeless pets!
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by Helen Fields
Eve MacKenzie has had a tough year.
So having sacrificed her one chance for a relationship with her birth mother to save the lives of others and after parting with the man she loves to avoid a deadly curse, she deserves some peace and normality. And it was all going according to plan…great job, new boyfriend, and settling down in beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea…until the grisly murder of a friends stops her world in its tracks. Unfortunately for Eve, the incubus Perun she hoped was dead and gone is out for revenge and he won’t let up until she has paid in blood for depriving him of power.
In spite of everything she does to avoid becoming immersed once more in a demonic battle, Eve ends up with no choice but to take the fight to her bitter, enraged enemies. Torture, tragedy and desperation make the next part of Eve’s journey a roller-coaster ride of a dark fantasy.
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by Ron DeLegge II
GENTS WITH NO CENTS explores a rarely examined side of Wall Street: Its childish antics. From accountants that can’t count, to financial regulators that don’t regulate, GENTS WITH NO CENTS will make you howl with laughter at their incompetence.
Written by Ron DeLegge II, veteran radio host of the Index Investing Show, GENTS WITH NO CENTS is narrated in an easy going style with sharp satire throughout and 20 hand drawn illustrations by noted cartoonist, Dave Clegg.
DeLegge draws from his personal experiences as a Wall Street salesperson with crazy supervisors and even crazier customers. He offers a refreshing perspective that’s opposite of the angry and condescending tone of financial literature that has come to characterize our era.
GENTS WITH NO CENTS also pokes fun at taxes and the IRS, along with the
media for misreporting the news, inventing questionable facts, and contributing to the public’s confusion.
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by Kate Mathis
AN AMAZON BEST SELLER*
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by John Spencer Dale
Robert Goodwin wasn’t proud of his ignorance. He never gave it a second thought. There was rarely a good enough reason to concern himself with much of anything outside his own idyllic world. His father’s money saw to that. Finally, at thirty-one, he was ready to give up his bachelor lifestyle, leave the protective arms of the family business and take his rightful place in corporate America. There was only one problem. He had no idea how to do any of those things.
Forced for the first time in his life to find his own way, Robert must look inside himself and decide who he is and what he truly believes. Is he a traditional man like his father, or does he want a life somewhere closer to the decadence he finds so irresistible? Does the woman he loves really know him, or is she only in love with the man he used to be? Does he ever want to be that man again?
Regular Guy Syndrome: Surviving Sex and Socialism in America is a story about a man waking up one day and realizing how little he really knows. Robert Goodwin paid scant attention to his father’s conservative rants, and even less to the liberal media. Now, for the first time in his life, he decides he needs to pay attention to politics and current events, and learns he’ll eventually have to choose sides. Will an old friend make it easy for him to turn his back on the fight his father begged him to carry on, or will a new friend help him recognize the only choice he’s ever had? Will he succumb to the political correctness of the people he needs to work with to be successful, or will he make a stand and fight them on their own turf?
Would you go to hell and back for the sake of America?
‘Ed the Electrician’ vows to do just that, at an emergency Tea Party meeting one stormy night.
His real name is Ed Wurlitzerbachermann, and he’s a middle-aged bald man who is opposed to gay marriage, illegal immigrants, and anything they do in San Francisco. Health care reform makes him sick. All he knows about socialism is that he’s against it. And he will never, ever eat arugula. But nothing makes him angrier than the Democrat in the White House, and he doubts the Republican challenger for the presidency can win the election (or that he’s even a true Republican).
So Ed the Electrician comes up with a glorious, wonderful, idiotic plan to save America: he’ll resurrect a Founding Father, and get him to run for President!
And when a shocking accident sends Ed to the mythical underworld of Hades, he has the chance to bring back someone even better than a Founding Father. With the dubious help of a couple of Greek gods—the politically-connected ‘Historical Consultant’ Hermes, and the cross-dressing, pot-smoking Dionysus—Ed will try to resurrect the most beloved conservative American in history, a man who spent half his life as a Democrat and only raised taxes eleven times—none other than Ronald Wilson Reagan!
Along the way Ed will learn the answers to some very profound spiritual and political questions—like why the wall between church and state needs to be torn down and simultaneously rebuilt, where corporations like Enron and Lehman Brothers go when they die, and when it’s okay for the government to raise taxes. (The answer to this last one, of course, is never.)
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by Eva Wong
Cornelius Quiggle, a peasant boy living in a famine-stricken village, suffers from being invisible because he only has half a soul. The other half was taken by a supernatural creature of death called a mortuis. It’s hard to be normal when he can’t talk without scaring the other villagers. And people laugh at him when he volunteers to journey to the capital city and petition the king to help their village. But Cornelius goes anyway, because if he succeeds he’ll finally get some respect, and maybe he might find a cure for his invisibility.
But when he reaches the castle, the mortuis catches up with him, claiming it has unfinished business with him from the moment he was born. If Cornelius can’t get the king to acknowledge him, the mortuis will kill him to fulfill the terms of an old deal. And while he doesn’t know any of the nobles in the castle, some of them know him–and the web of a centuries-old conspiracy ensnares him.
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by Stephen Leigh
There is a certain magic growing up with life-long friends. The charmed existence became almost dream-like with two young boys growing up in a small neighborhood surrounded by an old, dense forest.
But what happens when fantasies start becoming all too real? Grotesque and bloody rites give rise to a fey and magical girl who threatens to destroy the last remnants of the boys’ idyllic childhood existence…whose mere presence may set the jealous boys at each other’s throats.
Hidden among the trees they know so well, Rob and Mark confront a grim, violent solution to their problems. This is a story of choices, a tale where the wild, romanticized dream-scape of youth intersects the gray world beyond, where fantasy collides and merges with reality.