Memoir – Memories

MemoriesMemories
By Capt. Weston H. Ament
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-0615523934
Published: February 2012
Pages: 208
Genre: Memoir

Other than being born by caesarian section in California in 1921, nothing would portend the momentous life Weston H. Ament would go on to live. By the time he was in High School, he was already drawn to flight and was soon to be enrolled in aviation studies at Boeing School of Aeronautics, a division of united Airlines. What followed next was the stuff legends are made of.

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Politics/Government – Ideas for Saving America: Start In 2012

Ideas for Saving America: Start In 2012Ideas for Saving in America
By Carter Coberly
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1466463370
Pages: 98
Genre: Politics/Government

In order to save America, major changes are needed in how the federal government operates! The ideas presented are bold and will be opposed by politicians from both parties, special interest groups, government employees, lawyers, unions, and the wealthy. Topics include: eliminating income taxes; saving Social Security; limiting political office terms; medical care economics; reducing federal budget debt, deficits, and discretionary spending; and distributing federal government power. Bold action is needed now by the American people, not by the political establishment

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Gardening – Secrets of the Land

Secrets of the LandSecrets of the Land
By: Shelley Sparks
Publisher: Harmony Gardens Unlimited
ISBN: 978-0983955269
Pages: 190
Genre: Garden Design

Secrets of the Land offers countless ways to learn about your garden. It encourages people to plan and design your own garden by teaching the basics of garden design, the basis for feng shui, and how to use the tools of trees, shrubs, vines, ground covers, colors, rocks, water and art to implement your design. With the addition of feng shui to your garden design, you will learn how to bring good luck, prosperity and good health to your land. Secrets of the Land is packed with easy information to blend the unfamiliar with down to earth recommendations for designing your garden beautifully. Secrets of the Land covers basic garden design ideas, feng shui information and suggestions for the specific elements to implement the design. Dynamic garden examples are explored and the meaning of plants and our relationship to them are illuminated.

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Self-Help – Exit: How To Leave Debt Forever

Exit: How To Leave Debt ForeverExit
By Nicholas L. Maze
Publisher: Pearle Pages Publishing
ISBN: 978-1105363443
Published: January 2012
Pages: 214
Genre: Self-Help, Finance

What 12+ years of schooling never provided is located within this amazing literature. From basic instructions on saving to the reason for America’s current financial dilemma, we receive great advice in the world of finance. People across the globe are crying for relief that will never come. In EXIT, we learn that financial strain is planned and orchestrated. The more America suffers financially, the more successful certain individuals become. How do we eliminate a problem that has been in place for almost 100 years? We first learn how to exit, escape.

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Motivational – Freedom and Happiness – A Philosophy For All

Freedom and Happiness – A Philosophy For AllFreedom and Happiness
By Jack Reinhard
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1461110347
Pages: 160
Genre: Motivational and Inspirational

Mr. Reinhard’s how-to-guide for filling your life with freedom and happiness is brimming with optimism to lead us to a new era of personal responsibility and improved circumstances. Its enthusiasm and confidence for improving the consciousness and purpose of our selves and those around us is an inspirational tour de force. A message of kindness sorely needed, Freedom and Happiness: A Philosophy For All is a beacon of hope in a time of trouble.

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Suspense – Be Careful What You Wish For

Be Careful What You Wish ForBe Careful What you Wish For
By R.K. Avery
Publisher: Brighton Publishing LLC
ISBN: 978-1936587414
Pages: 236
Genre: Suspense

Bunting Valley, North Dakota-a scenic and picturesque town where nothing dreadful ever happens-is a place where people feel safe leaving their front doors unlocked and their cars running in the driveways. So when beautiful, blue-eyed, three-year-old Maggie Taylor mysteriously vanishes, the Bunting Valley Police Department begins a kidnapping investigation that uncovers crimes spanning many years-not only in Bunting Valley, but also in surrounding states and jurisdictions.

Bea Miller is a penniless widow, living a meager existence among the town’s residents with her four young, rambunctious boys. Unable to have any more biological children, she is haunted by her wishes and dreams of having a little girl of her own. Bea takes matters into her own hands and follows the chilling advice of her estranged father, “If you want something, take it.”

Through the handwritten journals of Bea Miller, you will venture into the mind of an individual who believes you can make your own wishes come true-at any expense; and sadly, also at the expense of others.

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