Category : Books
Manage Your Productivity: A Stress-Free Personal System to Improve Your Productivity, Create Effective Habits and Beat Procrastination
Do you want to be successful, but you don’t know how? What if I told you that you can be successful using just one skill?A skill that allows you to get amazing results and also enjoy life. I’m talking about productivity. All successful people are very, very productive. They don’t spend time and energy on useless things. Now is the best time to learn how to be more productive and efficient and finally how to be successful.
Weretiger: Werewolf Hunter
Alexander Malkin discovered werewolves were real when they killed his parents. Only the intervention of a weretiger saved Alex from the same fate, but his salvation came with a price. A few months later Alex was shocked and terrified when he morphed into a weretiger for the first time. When he was told that weretigers were created to hunt and kill lycans, he was curious, after his first taste of lycan blood, Alex was all in. From then on it was all about killing werewolves before they killed humans, and Alex was a natural at it. When the woman he loved was killed as an act of revenge, he became an unstoppable force vowing to kill every werewolf on earth.
"Magic, Mayhem and Life Underground with Bunkie" by Shelley Brown
Set in a bustling meadow in the Colorado highlands, Magic, Mayhem and Life Underground with Bunkie is a light-hearted story about a rabbit who might have hopped right out of Mayberry and onto the black-and-white, boldly-illustrated page. But the adventures of this warm-fuzzy bunny won’t lull you to sleep. Life in the meadow for Bunkie Bernstein is no picnic – at least not until he gains access to the tasty vegetable patch on the Murdock Farm – a feat that requires the help of a scurrilous snake and shape-shifting flower. When a fire in the forest forces Bunkie to move, he befriends a pika that he just can’t quite trust. Whoever heard of a rabbit that can’t jump, anyway? Things start to look up when Bunkie meets, Beatrice. This beautiful, cotton-white female rabbit is like a dream. However, Bunkie quickly learns that Beatrice is the one dreaming when he discovers that this beautiful bunny thinks she is human! Their eventful year comes to a close just as winter sets in, but not before encountering a ghost in the burrow – a perfect mystery on one fall hallowed eve.
"Addy the Bat and a Visit to Cat" by Lily Lee
This is the first in a series about Addy the Bat and her friends. In this adventure, Addy goes to visit Cat with her friend Josie and what an amazing time they have! With whimsical painted cut-out created pictures, this book is sure to delight children of all ages and bring imagination to life!
"The Gift" by Rebecca J. Hubbard
All eleven-year old Pip wanted was a best friend. When Pip gets a horse for her birthday she is delighted. She thinks that the horse she names Buck will be her best friend from the moment that they meet. But she finds out that friendship does not come that easily. Her father gently guides her so that Pip can discover for herself how to make Buck a true friend. Pip's new friend, Buck, has a story of his own. After leaving his own herd, to move to Pip's house, he is looking for a relationship that will help him feel safe. He, too, learns that making a friend takes patience and understanding.
"Mrs. Parsley Makes a Delivery" by Julian Padowicz
Mrs. Parsley is a good-witch who, with the help of her magical cat, Laptop, substitutes for the likes of Santa, The Easter Bunny, The Tooth Fairy, and the various Fairy Godmothers, when they have more work than they can handle. However, since she does not have the specialized magic powers that they possess, she is challenged to find creative ways to carry out these duties.
"Flying Mutant Zombie Rats" by Kat de Falla
Summer vacation is almost here! And Pea O'Neil is stoked to try out the new local BMX track which is finally open. He and his gang of friends can ride all summer long! But when Pea tries a back flip, he unwittingly opens a portal to another dimension and hordes of flying mutant zombie rats are unleashed upon the city. With the help of an otherworldly talking cat sent to help prevent the demise of humankind, Pea and his friends must hunt down the hungry mutants and send them back before the portal closes. But when the zombie rats attack a neighbor man, the boys have to enlist the help of a graveyard looney and the city's stray cats. With time running out, Pea and his gang track the monsters to the city's sewer system. But in the city sewer of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, it’s eat…or get eaten.
"Once Upon a Castle" by Alan S. Blood
Uncle Toby had said that there would be castles to explore, with ghosts and things. This helps to cheer up the glum twelve-year old Lovell twins, Tom and Mary, leaving their schools and loving parents to be evacuated to wild Northumbria during World War II. Then the adventure begins. They live with their Aunt Victoria and Uncle Leslie, meet the loveable ‘Mrs M’, a strange dog called ‘Scamp’ and, worst, the terrible private tutor, Miss Urquart, from whom they run away to find a mysterious castle seen through an old telescope. Now they are drawn into bizarre supernatural events of a time-warp between the war itself and ancient warfare. They encounter dark forces, as the story twists and turns, and are even rescued by the Royal Navy. Yet, this is only the beginning of more unexpected tragedies before the twins begin to escape from it all.
"Principal Sam and the Calendar Confusion" by Paul Semendinger, ED.D.
Sometimes Principal Sam can't remember.. what day it is! When Principal Sam starts to mix up the holidays, it’s up to the schoolchildren to help him out! How will Principal Sam learn to keep his holidays straight? Find out inside!
"There's a Stinky Goblin in the Shed" by Andrea Kaczmarek
Jerry and Jacob clean out Gran’s old garden shed to make a den, but on their first late-night walk in the woods behind it, they come across a very strange, grubby little person and their problems begin. A small pile of rags that can talk! The boys want to run away fast, but they take pity on the strange creature. They promise to try and get it back to its own world – GoblinLand. Hiding a goblin in their den is a full time job. But in the end they find out that Hob had upset an elf, could that be the clue they need? But if the twins think that helping out their grubby goblin friend is the end of the story – they are very very wrong! Once you have let one goblin into your life…..the goblin door has opened!
"An Angel Calling" by Caroline Quigley
An Angel Calling was written to help people connect easily with their Angels. It is a practical, down to earth Angel book that anyone can read regardless of their background or beliefs. It contains many inspirational Angel techniques and meditations, as well as true life Angel stories that can help you connect to your Guardian Angel and the Archangels helping you to create the life that you would like to live, while bringing you on your own individual journey of Angel discovery. As you choose to improve your life by working with the Angels, you will feel true peace and contentment, while bringing healing, harmony, abundance and unconditional love to into your life and the lives of those around you. An Angel Calling is simply a must have read, a clear, inspiring, self-help angel book, written from the heart, it contains many true angel stories, as well as unique channelled angel techniques, meditations, visualisations, plus beautifully drawn black and white angel pictures. It is also a genuine Angel book that cuts straight to the chase, in a practical universal way, giving you the spiritual knowledge that you need to create meaningful results in your life, while helping to manifest better outcomes for yourself and others.
"Apparition Atlas" by Daniel Diehl & Mark P. Donnelly
Have you ever had an encounter with a ghost? Would you like proof that the deceased continue to visit the world of the living? Do you have the courage to stand face-to-face with visitors from the afterlife? Apparition Atlas: The Ghost Hunter’s Travel Guide to Haunted America provides seekers of truth with a definitive guide to more than 200 publicly accessible, verified haunted locations in all 50 states. Introductory chapters discuss the many different types of apparitions and explain everything the novice ghost hunter needs to know to search for things that go bump in the night. Sometimes the spirits of the dead manifest themselves by slamming doors or through blood chilling screams; other times they come as glowing orbs of ectoplasm that float through walls; and occasionally, they appear in their human form — fully manifested, semi-transparent and terrifyingly real. Let us take you on a journey to places where close encounters with the departed occur with frightening regularity. Guaranteed to make you doubt everything you believe about death being the end of existence.
"Along the Wheel of Time" by Rev. Jennifer Laxer
A young woman follows her lover and finds her spiritual calling in the Autumn realm of the dead; a first-time mother gives birth on the Winter solstice; a daughter’s grief heals in a Spring garden; a joyous ceremony of mature sexuality celebrates the peak of Summer: these stories and more explore magickal realism in ordinary life. Following the Pagan Wheel of the Year through the experience of the characters, this collection of stories demonstrates how the changing of the seasons is a spiritual model for the soul.
"Yancey Gates: A Dialogue With Self" by Arthur Telling
Yancey Gates seeks enlightenment, while enduring a mundane job plagued with office politics at the San Francisco Planning Department. Opportunity arises when a dynamic new California governor proposes a world's fair in San Francisco having a spiritual theme. Yancey's job in Planning takes on new life as the governor's plan drops into his lap, and carries him to a Northern California Buddhist monastery where present moment awareness is a way of life, and to firery American Indian chieftain whose distrust of the White Man threatens the governor's plan. Remaining steadfast as he navigates through challenges and pitfalls, Yancey's focus stays on the question of his real purpose, his reason for living, and he brings you, the reader, along a tumultuous journey towards enlightenment.
"The Passion of Baseball" by Bob Wirz
Bob Wirz has lived out his childhood dream, growing up in a tiny Nebraska town and cherishing a lifetime working in major league baseball. Using humor and sentimentality plus rare photos, he relives many an exciting moment from an unlikely beginning to being involved with the sport's greats in World Series, All-Star Game and Hall of Fame settings. He was the Kansas City Royals' first publicist and chief spokesman for more than a decade for baseball commissioners Bowie Kuhn and Peter Ueberroth, then successfully ran his own sports public relations and marketing company with clients such as Major League Baseball, Little League, the Rolaids Relief Man, IBM, Just For Men haircolor and Baseball America magazine. Wirz also shares the tear-jerking success and near-success stories he has written for many years about players striving for the major leagues through the wilderness of Independent leagues. FROM THE CORNFIELDS of rural Nebraska TO New York City SKYSCRAPERS and baseball’s executive suite, Bob Wirz takes us on a one-of-a-kind journey through his life with baseball. "This book is a look at the journey and experiences of a special man who has devoted his professional life to covering, promoting, advising, and helping others. A tremendous success story" - Tim Mead VP-communications, Los Angeles Angels "One of the many joys in reading THIS autobiography is knowing it CAME from Bob's front row view of nearly six decades in the game" - Scott Reifert SR VP-communications, Chicago White Sox "Enjoy the ride in the company of a man you will come to know as a friend"- Fred Claire, former Los Angeles Dodgers VP/GM author of “Fred Claire: My 30 Years in Dodger Blue” "The Passion of Baseball is a true reflection of how you love our great game" - John Schuerholz VICE CHAIRMAN, Atlanta Braves “A must-read for baseball fans" - Tal Smith former President and GM, Houston Astros