Travelogue – Traveling around the World: Our Tales of Delights and Disasters

Traveling around the World: Our Tales of Delights and DisastersTraveling Around The World
By Shelley Row
Publisher: BookLocker
ISBN: 978-0984698912
Published: January 2012
Pages: 132
Genre: Travelogue

Sometimes the best planned trip doesn’t go as planned. Shelley and her husband, Mike, embarked on a two-month trip around the world, returning to the U.S. after ten months living in France. The meticulously planned travels didn’t go as planned – to say the least! They landed in Cairo, Egypt during the riots, were in Christchurch, New Zealand for an earthquake, and were in a hotel near the ocean when the tsunami that devastated Japan rushed past the Hawaiian Islands.

Shelley’s book, Traveling Around the World: Our Tales of Delights and Disasters, is a compilation of her stories written during this two-month adventure. The stories bring to life delightful experiences like mediating with monks in Thailand, traveling on the Orient Express through Malaysia, shearing sheep in New Zealand, as well as the drama and heartbreak of traveling through the disasters. Join Shelley and Mike on the journey and meet the people who touched their lives along the way.

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Travelogue – Exploring Europe: Our Experiences While Living Abroad

Exploring Europe: Our Experiences While Living AbroadExploring Europe
By Shelley Row
Publisher: BookLocker
ISBN: 978-0984698929
Published: February 2012
Pages: 194
Genre: Travelogue

Join Shelley and her husband, Mike, as they explore Europe from their temporary home in a small French village. Their dream was to live in southern France for a year; to be immersed in the culture and lifestyle of Provence. But there was also the lure of other wonderful destinations. The list of places and events in Europe would have filled several years. They selected their experiences carefully, choosing those with a personal allure or a memorable occasion. Their adventures, sprinkled across the months while they lived in France, provide a book full of experiences – some shared with friends and others shared between just the two of them.

Their stories will take you to the wonder of prehistoric caves in the Dordogne, the beauty of Austria, the excitement of the Tour de France, and the frenzy of Siena’s Palio horse race. You’ll find yourself in Verona’s Roman arena listening to Aïda, boating on Lake Como, biking on the small French islands, the Porquerolles, and shopping at the Christmas markets of Strasbourg. You won’t want to miss the festival in Cordoba or the holiday lights of Lyon. Shelley’s stories make each experience a personal event. Come along for the fun. It’s the next best thing to being there.

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Sci-Fi Fantasy Adventure – The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter

The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter (The Count of Monte Cristo)The boy Who Played With Dark Matter
Author: Holy Ghost Writer
Publisher: Holy Ghost Writer
ISBN: B00ARTESZ2
Published: December 2012
Pages: 314
Genre: Sci-fi, Fantasy, Adventure

Zeddy, a 6 year old boy in the year 2099, finds himself setting out on an incredible adventure following the mysterious disappearance of his father. Zeddy discovers that there is more to the world than meets the eye and things in the universe that he never imagined. As the journey begins, Zeddy encounters sorcerers, strange creatures from another world, and a professor who may just hold the answers to the location of Zeddy’s father. Unfortunately in 2099, the world is a much different place than now. An International Government rules the planet and attempts to thwart the search for Zeddy’s father. Will Zeddy’s adventure continue or will his father be lost forever?

This action-packed adventure will entertain both young and old as the harrowing saga of the Count of Monte Cristo continues. Book 11 takes us into the future of the Count of Monte Cristo series leaving readers waiting for book 12 to understand the connection to The Sultan of Monte Cristo (book 2) and That Girl Started Her Own Country (book 6).

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Humorous Memoir About Romance – Getting Naked: The Dating Game

Getting Naked: The Dating Game
By Tamra MerciecaGetting Naked
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 978-1452507217
Published: November 2012
Pages: 318
Genre: Memoir, Comedy, Romance

Unzip those fashionably worn figure-hugging jeans, slip off your beautifully laced French knickers and join Tamra in Getting Naked as she bares all in this provocative memoir. This manicured manuscript tells the sweet yet seductive tale of a woman’s search for love, and what to do when the elusive desire for that all-encompassing heartfelt connection turns into a string of piercing heartbreaks.

You will not find a typical love story with a happy ending inside the covers of this tantalizing text. Getting Naked reveals the honest truth about modern love; the dating landscape of games, relationship faux pas, and the unspoken rules of technologically enhanced communication we must embrace in order to line up our next romantic rendezvous.

Tamra strips back the layers in order to navigate her way through the racks of vulnerability and ill-fitting threads that have collected dust and stopped her opening her heart to love. As she clears out the wardrobe, she soon discovers that the truly unique garment she was looking for has been with her all along.

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Health – Let’s Stop “Killing” Our Children

Let’s Stop “Killing” Our ChildrenLet's Stop Killing Our Children
By Philip S. Chua, MD, FACS, FPCS
Publisher: Xlibris
ISBN: 978-1-4628-7753-9 (paperback)
978-1-4628-7754-6 hardback)
978-1-4628-7755-3 (eBook)
Genre: Health/Medical

This 800-page coffee table health “book of wisdom,” advocates healthy lifestyle and disease prevention to start in the womb and dieting to begin in the crib to protect the DNA to save children from developing the so-called “expected natural” ailments afflicting adults today…that all these “expected natural” diseases do not have to develop with age, and are preventable. High blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s are to a great extent self-induced and self-inflicted. The book assails our failed universal health and disease prevention strategy of the past six decades and provides evidence-based practical tips and pointers on how to protect our DNA, practice and live a healthy lifestyle to maximize well-being and longevity.

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Children’s Book – The Birds Nest Outside My Bedroom Window

The Birds Nest Outside My Bedroom WindowThe Birds Nest Outside My Bedroom Window
By Cynthia Sauter
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 978-1452099576
Pages: 28
Genre: Children, Juvenile Fiction

In a trying time, a family is encouraged by the wonders of nature. The circle of life can stir up a mixed bag of emotions. When a grandfather approaches the end of his battle with cancer, his family finds hope watching the stages of an active blue jays nest in the bright pink rhododendron bush climbing just outside their window. Cynthia M. Sauter delivers this emotional keepsake as a tribute to her father-in-law who introduced her to watching birds.

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