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By D R Beavers
Thirty-three-year-old William Bradford and his close friend, sixty-year-old Thomas Wingate, are disillusioned with the excessive expenditures of the federal government. They launch a website, www.SaveAmerica.com, to influence government and the voting populace. Bradford and Wingate offer a one million dollar reward to any person who can rid the federal government of the most fiscally irresponsible Congressmen.

At intervals, the Save America team, based in Aiken, South Carolina, features a different fiscally irresponsible politician on its site, and those selected will consider almost any requests in exchange for their names and image to be deleted from www.SaveAmerica.com. Senator Jones is one of these men. He’s been on Capitol Hill for five terms and has been a fixture in the Senate for thirty years.

A day after his image appears on Save America, Jones is killed and many blame www.SaveAmerica. But donations continue to pour in, providing William and Thomas additional funds to support their effort. While trying to maintain their obscurity, William and Thomas must overcome a host of obstacles to help them attain their goal of curtailing excessive government spending.

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By J. Joseph Marr, MD

Fall from Grace is a candid, personal history of an academic physician and biotechnology executive that reflects on medicine as it was in the mid-twentieth century and chronicles the changes in society and medicine during the second half of that century. The book investigates the social revolution of those times; the scientific and technological advances that occurred; the influence of the computer and the digital revolution; the entry of corporate management into health care; and the effects of the profit motive on the care of patients. All of these have had enormous influence on the role of the physician in health care. The inadequacies, over the years, of the fee-for-service system and the consequent governmental involvement in reimbursement systems are discussed and compared with other health care payment systems around the world. The net effect of these various forces has been to benefit patients through greatly improved technology yet has caused medicine to evolve from an art form focused on personal care to a more technical exercise largely controlled by fiscal considerations. These changes also refashioned the role of the physician from healer and counselor into manager of an impersonal health care team. The book provides a view of the current state of medicine, patients, and physicians and a perspective on the future.


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By Robert Gilberg

New Bremen, Ohio, was mostly like countless other small farm towns in that part of the state in the 1950s. The primary business at the time was farming—corn, wheat, hay, alfalfa, and soybeans, along with some dairy farming—and there were always cows and pigs in the fields. And it’s where author Robert Gilberg spent the first twenty-two years of his life.

In The Last Road Rebel, he shares what it was like growing up in that small town. In this memoir, Gilberg admits he is probably lucky to have survived his childhood; some of his friends did not. He is also lucky to have met the right girl at the right time who unknowingly gave him the push needed for him to climb out of an early life with a limited future. The stories—some hilarious, some horribly sad, and some just fun—tell of a young person who experienced the tortures of found and lost teen love, knew the disappointment of poor preparation for life after school, and finally looked himself in the mirror and decided it was time to get out of that place.

Against the backdrop of the times, when the sounds on the radio were changing from Perry Como and Patti Page to Bill Haley and the Comets, Elvis, and Little Richard, The Last Road Rebel recalls the times, places, people, events, and experiences that have stayed with Gilberg forever.


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By Teri Erickson

Lileon is a beautiful land that bursts forth in vivid, exceptional colors. Tall, vibrant, jewel-like grass dances in a sparkling wind against an azure sky. The people of Lileon live simple, peaceful lives that were made all the more calm when they rejected the technology that once defined them.

But the Lileons are not alone.

Walking among them are the Shadow People, black-and-white apparitions who move in and out of Lileon. Shimmering windows provide the only glimpses between the worlds—and in an instant—one of these portals will change everything the people of both worlds believe.

Like the rest of his people, Cullen Fairchild, the son of Reia Richard Fairchild, the ruler of Lileon, knows nothing of the Shadow People. When he locks eyes with a beautiful woman through one of the ephemeral portals, he is astonished and intrigued.

Katherine Carr, the woman from another world, is equally intrigued by her glimpse of the handsome blond man who keeps appearing and disappearing. He seems familiar somehow. They should never have met, let alone fallen in love, but now nothing will keep the lovers apart. They seemed destined for one another, but when Cullen tells Kat of Lileon, it’s too much for her to believe.

He’s from a different world? Literally?

Cullen’s attention is distracted by the plotting of his uncle Emile, who dreams of making his brother, Richard, pay for past crimes. The waiting over, Emile puts his plan into action.

In the end, will Kat believe Cullen? Will Cullen be able to stop Emile from taking over not only Lileon but Kat’s world as well? Will the invisible boundary between their worlds keep Cullen and Kat together—or keep them apart?


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By Teri Erickson

Lileon is a beautiful land that bursts forth in vivid, exceptional colors. Tall, vibrant, jewel-like grass dances in a sparkling wind against an azure sky. The people of Lileon live simple, peaceful lives that were made all the more calm when they rejected the technology that once defined them.

But the Lileons are not alone.

Walking among them are the Shadow People, black-and-white apparitions who move in and out of Lileon. Shimmering windows provide the only glimpses between the worlds—and in an instant—one of these portals will change everything the people of both worlds believe.

Like the rest of his people, Cullen Fairchild, the son of Reia Richard Fairchild, the ruler of Lileon, knows nothing of the Shadow People. When he locks eyes with a beautiful woman through one of the ephemeral portals, he is astonished and intrigued.

Katherine Carr, the woman from another world, is equally intrigued by her glimpse of the handsome blond man who keeps appearing and disappearing. He seems familiar somehow. They should never have met, let alone fallen in love, but now nothing will keep the lovers apart. They seemed destined for one another, but when Cullen tells Kat of Lileon, it’s too much for her to believe.

He’s from a different world? Literally?

Cullen’s attention is distracted by the plotting of his uncle Emile, who dreams of making his brother, Richard, pay for past crimes. The waiting over, Emile puts his plan into action.

In the end, will Kat believe Cullen? Will Cullen be able to stop Emile from taking over not only Lileon but Kat’s world as well? Will the invisible boundary between their worlds keep Cullen and Kat together—or keep them apart?


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By Damian Q. Laster aka Kbr AmnRkhty

I’m The Living Proof

THERE IS NO HIV, The Rainbow Warrior, Exposing The Truth About HIV Antibody Testing and the Metaphysics of Self-Healing Through Chakra and Kundalini Awareness is the author’s personal story of healing and a journey toward spiritual awakening having transcended the HIV Debacle and Crisis. The author reveals the horrible atrocity of genocide and eugenics that is taking place all over the globe with respect to the effects of deception and deceit about HIV. The goal of this book is to give the readers a chance to learn of the HIV dissenting perspective. Resources are provided for readers to research the crisis for themselves and then make health care decisions from a place of awareness rather than being blindly led by those who might not have their best interest in mind and certainly not at heart. Learn to let go of everything you thought was true, what you have been told for the last 30 years. Break down illusions and heal your mind, heal your body, heal your spirit and heal your life.


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By Tim Anderson

When police agencies began grabbing more power in the 1960s, it began a vicious cycle of relying on imprisonment to solve socio-political, financial, and mental health problems.

The reality is that this approach hasn’t worked, and it’s actually diminished our quality of freedom. Meanwhile, police officers have begun to look at citizens not as people to serve and protect but as enemies.

Tim Anderson takes an in-depth look into how the misguided prison-industrial complex unfairly targets minorities, the mentally ill, and the poor. It supports the argument made by Angela Davis, who said, “Prisons give the appearance of performing a magic trick. However, prisons don’t make problems disappear—they make people disappear.”

Neoliberals continue to try to convince the public that we need to equip our police officers with weapons that make them seem more like military ground troops. But if we continue down this course, we’ll all just be one more target to be eliminated in The United States of Incarceration.


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By Erik Kershner

Highway 9 takes a look at growing up in the Midwest through the eyes of Ian Voss. Lacking stimulation in his post-coming-of-age years, he sets out to find a cure for the wearisome predictability of life. Along the way he encounters Hannah, a tragic-happy girl with a dark secret. Meeting on the road in a snowstorm, the weather forces them to hole up together for an intimate night while Hannah’s family is away. Fearing her father’s stand against impropriety, the two decide to conceal the event. Secrecy defines their relationship thereafter, and thus forges the bonds of a once-in-a-lifetime friendship. United in a clandestine pledge, Hannah and Ian discover the excitement and love hidden just beneath the veneers of humdrum routine that dominate the social landscape of small-town Iowa. But there is also a sinister side to what lies beneath everyday appearances, and they must find a way to face this darkness together. When there is nowhere to run, they turn inward, discounting the world and living within their furtive friendship.

They are outsiders looking in.

Can their secret last?

Equal parts at-home voyage and vision quest, Highway 9 attempts to explore the nature, strength, virtue, malice, sorrow, exhilaration, and astonishment of being really, truly alive.


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By Timothy Mahfood

Timothy James Mahfood, a 17 year old senior at The American International School of Kingston, Jamaica, whose passion is writing. In August 2013, Timothy was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder, an illness his grandfather, Ferdinand Mahfood, has suffered from his whole life as well. With his grandfather’s support and guidance, Timothy has worked to fight his way, “Out of the Darkness.” His writing explains what he has been through and how he has suffered. His hope is that his words will open the world’s eyes to what others with his disorder are going through and their need for understanding and help.


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By Salvatore D. Fazzolari
Author Salvatore Fazzolari knows firsthand what it takes to be the chairman, president, and CEO of a large multinational corporation—as well as why it’s not a position suited to everyone. In CEO Lifelines, he shares nine principles to help people become more productive, capable, engaged, and effective leaders. Building on almost forty years of experience at all levels of leadership, Fazzolari outlines nine key leadership practices that underpin strong, decisive leadership and build enduring, high-performance organizations. Through three segments focusing on personal, enterprise, and luck, he discusses three practices needed for sustained leadership; the six practices of a healthy enterprise; and the serendipity of chance—both good and bad. A practical guide and workbook that includes related tools for building careers and organizations, CEO Lifelines provides useful advice from Fazzolari’s own experiences as CEO of a major corporation. It offers an examination of principles essential for building a successful career and an enduring enterprise—a blueprint for excellence.
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By Marian Love

By writing my family’s memoirs, I have tried to open a window into the life of my family, first generation Danish immigrants who came to America, not to escape an oppressive government or economic crisis but to seek ownership and control of their lives and their future. I describe their love of family as well as their internal and cultural struggles. My parents and siblings faced numerous challenges and uncertainties while raising a large family, struggling through the Great Depression and renewing their determination amidst successes and failures, joys and tragedies. My family wore the stamp of first generation immigrants with all the uncertainties of living in a new country and speaking only a foreign language. Nevertheless, we had the sense that we were special though our home, clothes and other worldly possessions declared otherwise. By some small miracle, we all survived and achieved varying degrees of success, each in our own way.

Writing this book has been a journey of heart and mind as I recount stories about my family and myself. Like most children, I seek to understand who I am from my origin and experiences. My parents left indelible marks on me, my siblings and the generations that have followed. May this memoir enlighten and give context and a measure of insight to family and friends and all those who wonder about the experiences of life we share with our fellow travelers everywhere.


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By William Badke
Online resources have given us access to more knowledge than ever before. We’re buried in data, and defining what is and what is not genuine information becomes more of a challenge all the time. In this fifth edition of Research Strategies, author William Badke helps you make sense of all of the available information, shows you how to navigate and discern it, and details how to use it to your advantage to become a better researcher. Badke focuses on informational research and provides a host of tips and advice not only for conducting research, but also for everything from finding a topic to writing an outline to documenting resources and polishing the final draft. Study guides, practice exercises, and assignments at the end of each chapter help reinforce each lesson. An experienced research instructor who has led thousands of students to become better researchers, Badke uses humor to help you gain a better understanding of today’s complex, technological world. Research Strategies provides the skills and strategies to efficiently and effectively complete a research project from topic to finished product. It shows how research can be exciting and even fun.
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By Robert V. Heffernan

Imagine being diagnosed with a disease as seemingly minor as melanoma that quickly progresses to stage four cancer, where the chances of survival drop to less than 10% in five years. And, the options are only surgery, a handful of tough FDA-approved treatments, and a risky experimental therapy hundreds of miles from home.

Usually we think of cancer as an ugly, terrifying disease. But Bob Heffernan's amazing journey against all odds tells an uplifting story of perseverance, hope, and positivity that will inspire all cancer patients. He found that alongside fear and suffering, cancer provides numerous gifts that nourish the human soul. It’s a story about how we can find goodness and beauty in even the most terrible challenge life throws at us: cancer.


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By Kervin Dieudonne

In this book, by the grace of God and through the revelation of the Holy Spirit, God will reveal to you Satan’s identity. You cannot fight what you cannot see; you must know how to fight your enemy. First we are going to study the history of Satan and why he was cast out of heaven. Then we will study the different elements we battle against found in the book of Ephesians. Lastly, we will encounter the different battle styles or techniques to engage into battle according to your situation.

As you read this book I pray in the name of Jesus Christ that deliverance will begin to enter your house, your life and your family; that the fire of God will come upon you. In addition, I pray that God will begin to move in your life in a fresh way. In John 8:32 Jesus says “And ye shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free” (KJV).


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By Phyl Anderson

A woman who is trapped in the bliss of dementia where her memory is intermittent, she is neglected by her own children and lovingly cared for by a hired attendant from the home health care agency. Although her illness forces her to forget a lot of things, she gives her attendant something that is unforgettable.

A man who is suffering from congestive heart failure has had several surgeries and the doctors have given him little hope of much longer to live. He tries to live doing things he loves to do. After several attempts he finally gets an attendant who he can trust while he takes his much loved swim. Unfortunately something he loves to do is what kills him.

All of the stories are different life like scenarios of every day life in the home health care industry.


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