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Leaders Open Doors: A Radically Simple Leadership Approach to Lift People, Profits, and Performance
Bill Treasurer, 2013

Leadership is the most overanalyzed, thoroughly dissected, and utterly confused topic in business. In Leaders Open Doors , author Bill Treasurer helps lighten the leadership load by distilling that leaders are simply creators of opportunity for others. Using personal stories and anecdotes, Treasurer presents the idea of open-door leadership–that is, the responsibility that leaders have for noticing, identifying, and creating opportunities for ...


Everything But Snakes: The Story of an Impossibly Glamorous, Manipulative, Sex-Obsessed, New York City ...
Matthew Phillips, 2012

There is nothing a twenty-one-year-old man at his first job in New York City needs more than a good mentor, although few of them find one. But author Matthew Phillips found the wild, impetuous, and knowledgeable Marylou Stern. The years Matt spent with Marylou were filled with parties, sex, excess, frivolity, live cows, kidnapped Jewish jewelers, and games that stretch the imagination. In this memoir, Phillips shares his story of how Marylou, ...


Deadly Codes
JP O'Donnell, 2009

In the thriller, Deadly Codes, Daniel Cormac Gallagher, Jr., a Boston private eye, is hired to investigate the death of Jennifer Clark, tragically killed in a car bombing in her own driveway. Gallagher has been commissioned by Jeanne Campbell, Jennifer's twin sister, to find a mysterious woman-Jennifer's secret lesbian lover who vanished immediately after the bombing. While the authorities continue to pursue their suspicions that the terrorist ...


The Fallen: Book 1-Dark Genesis
Sean M. Bazaar, 2012

None of us could have fathomed that one day our time would be up. That day is now. Everyone knows of the story of Armageddon, the battle between the forces of Heaven and the demonic legions of Hell. And we all just figured it was a no-brainer, which side would come out on top. But we were wrong. Journal of Alisha Grace- Every time I go to the window, I smell only blood, fire, and brimstone. It happened so quickly that no one had time ...


Internet Dates From Hell
Trisha Ventker, 2011

There are close to one hundred million single adults living in the United States. Of those, approximately thirty-five million will look at online dating sites this year alone. Internet Dates from Hell provides the ins and outs of Internet dating from one woman's experiences, ranging from funny to scary to downright shocking.


Marvin H. McIntyre, 2011

For veteran Wall Street Advisor Mac McGregor, it is the worst of times. A plunging stock market, a global panic, and white-knuckled clients create a trifecta of agony. Against this backdrop of guaranteed sleepless nights, McGregor receives a bizarre request from an old friend.  Sam Golden, who was the head of the SEC in the Clinton administration, now leads the new president's transition team, and his ambitious mission is to clean up Wall ...


I'm Will
William Haylon, 2012

In his parents' minds, Will was an underachiever. So they decided he should go to an expensive private high school that they couldn't really afford. They assumed smaller classes and an ostentatious campus would help him overcome his enduring indifference to growing up. Will watched as his father wrote some great essays for his applications. Still he only got into a single school of the nine to which he applied--off the wait list when another ...


Jesse James and the Secret Legend of Captain Coytus
Alex Mueck, 2013

"A historical fiction comedy that packs as much heart as humor." -Michael Dadich, award-winning author of The Silver Sphere When a Harvard history professor receives a thesis paper titled Jesse James and the Secret Legend of Captain Coytus, from Ulysses Hercules Baxter-an underwhelming student-he assumes the paper must be a prank. He has never read such maniacal balderdash in his life. But after he calls a meeting with the student, Professor ...


'Til the Last Drop
Marquis Boone, 2013

It is February of 2000, and Arthur and Valencia Todd and their twelve-year-old daughter, Lindsy, are living very happily-until Valencia receives a life-changing phone call. Life deals her a crisis that requires a miracle of biblical proportion. Six months later, Valencia's life is still in shambles. As she walks on a path lined with grief, frustration, illness, and loneliness, Valencia is too frightened to seek help from doctors, on whom she ...


Dear Lilly: From Father to Daughter: The Truth about Life, Love, and the World We Live in
Peter Greyson, 2009

A father offers his advice, opinions, and the many useful stories gleaned from his past experiences in order to help his beloved daughter not only survive, but thrive in the dangerous and unpredictable world of young adulthood. From the pen of a former abused child, drug addict, womanizing frat boy, and suicidal depressive, comes forth the emotionally stirring account of a young man's battle with crippling inner demons and his eventual road ...


How I Lost My Uterus and Found My Voice: A Memoir of Love, Hope, and Empowerment
Michelle L. Whitlock, 2011

At age twenty-six, author Michelle L. Whitlock thought she had it all: she was in the best physical shape of her life, she had a promising career, and she had a budding romance that looked like it could finally be the real thing. Then doctors informed her that she had HPV. Weeks later her worst nightmare became her reality: she was diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer. In this memoir, Michelle narrates the story of her ordeal. She tells how ...


The Enigma Journal
Linda Audrey Kantor, 2011

On a Minnesota farm in 1944 , life isn't easy for Abigail Stahl. Her mother is dead, but no one will talk about her. A father she can't remember dictates her behavior via scathing letters from overseas while deflecting her pleas for the truth. Circumstances beyond her control thrust Abby into the clutches of a patriarchal uncle who demands unquestioning obedience. In the midst of the turmoil, Abby determines to solve the mystery of her ...


Journey to Heaven Knows Where
Linda Sealy Knowles, 2013

To escape the unthinkable, twenty-year-old Rae Rodgers does the impossible: she disappears into the night with only a few meager belongings, even fewer dollars, and her three-year-old sister, Hope. Leaving the only home she'd ever known was the hardest thing she had ever done in her twenty years on this earth, but she has no choice. She has to get her sister and herself out of the home of her stepfather before it is too late. With only her ...


65 West 55th Street
Gagan Suri, 2012

When two people are meant to be together, nothing can stop them. But when those two people come from two different worlds, there are plenty of people who will do all they can to keep them apart. When faith, culture, and tradition are challenged, it takes an extraordinary amount of courage and commitment for love—and everything else—to thrive. Karan, an Indian Hindu, is a handsome, talented, and self-motivated young man with high career ...


Attached at the Heart: 8 Proven Parenting Principles for Raising Connected and Compassionate Children
Barbara Nicholson, Lysa Parker, 2009

"Trust me. This is the only baby book you'll ever need! It's amazing, heartwarming, and completely user-friendly. Just add your heart!" - Christiane Northrup, MD, author of Mother-Daughter Wisdom, The Wisdom of Menopause and Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom Why are there increasing numbers of children experiencing depression, anxiety, aggression and other serious mental, emotional and behavioral problems? Mental health experts agree that this ...


Rocky Spirit: The Rocky Balboa Connection to Success
Felice Cantatore, 2012

When Rocky Balboa set a goal to "go the distance" against Apollo Creed, moviegoers everywhere found themselves rooting for the underdog, including author Felice Cantatore, who was just eleven years old when he first saw the film. "Going the distance" became a metaphor for Cantatore's own life, and the premise led to an appreciation and fascination with the film franchise. Just like Rocky, he went on to become an underdog fighter in the ring, ...


The Holocaust, the Church, and the Law of Unintended Consequences: How Christian Anti-Judaism Spawned Nazi ...
Anthony J. Sciolino, 2012

The image of Jews as "God-killers" and their refusal to convert to Christianity has fueled a long tradition of Christian intolerance, hatred, and violence. It is no surprise, then, that when Adolf Hitler advocated the elimination of Jews, he found willing allies within the Catholic Church and Christianity itself. In this study, author Anthony J. Sciolino, himself a Catholic, cuts into the heart of why the Catholic Church and Christianity as a ...


Allowing: A Portrait of Forgiving and Letting Life Love You
Holly Riley, 2010

When was the last time you allowed yourself to forgive, to honestly explore and accept the sometimes painful realities that life delivers? Allowing chronicles one woman's remarkable and poignant journey toward awareness, enlightenment, and the magical freeing wisdom of forgiveness. From a painful childhood to an illuminating near-death experience that ignited her path to freedom from Crohn's disease, Holly's story reaches from the pages to ...



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