Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy
Author: Natsuya Uesugi
EBook: 288 pages
Release Date: July 21, 2011
Follow the lives of the main characters as they come together in the backstory to grydscaen:retribution, the first volume of the grydscaen saga. Faid is tired of life on the run in the Echelons, trying to keep his psychic power in check, he founds the Packrats establishing a safe haven for psychics. As a hacker he uses his jack to support his neurocyne habit. Lino is recruited by the Psi Faction and is sent on a mission... Read More
Title: The Manager’s Craft
Author: Glenn Bassett Publisher: Organization Diagnostics Pages: 216 Genre: Business Format: Paperback/Kindle
Almost any job or profession you can think of has a set of specific requirements for knowledge and skill that must be mastered. Managing and supervising the work of others is an exception. In part that is because the job of managing requires a range of social and technical skills that can vary widely depending on business circumstance. An infinite diversity of technologies, materials, markets and work skills can figure into the mix of the manager’s... Read More
When I decided to return to writing thirteen years ago, after a long hiatus, I wondered how the heck anyone was going to notice me. I did not belong to the literary community in my adoptive country; I had not even been educated in this country, had no industry contacts, no MA, MFA or other academic title that seemingly confers literary status. I had no published works that had sold in the millions. I was starting out (again). And like many hundreds of those in my demographic and education level - who believed they had a story (or several) to tell - I realized that there were many in the same... Read More
A cup of coffee is simply awesome when your are reading. It relaxes your mind and soul which is most essential while reading. To evade your mind from the hustle bustle of the city life helps focus more and to do that a cup of coffee is a must. Gone are the days when people used to go to the bookstores only to read. If they needed to relax their mind with a cup of tea of coffee they had to rely on good old tea stalls. But not today as those stalls have come inside the book stores to minimize the hazard. With this concept now Story the sprawling bookstore has come up with its café.
A mix... Read More
Many women readers of today will have fond memories of locking themselves into their bedrooms as young teens, voraciously consuming the newest edition of the Nancy Drew or Trixie Belden mystery series, all the while wishing that their young and uneventful lives could have been just a bit more exciting like that of Nancy and Trixie. Both series of books focus on the title characters finding themselves in the middle of a mystery and, aided by an assortment of friends and family and their incredibly intuitive sleuthing skills, they manage to masterfully draw their readers into their fictional... Read More
Title: Four Before Their Time
Author: Timothy Spillane Publisher: Skitterbird, LLC Pages: 342 Genre: Memoir Format: Paperback/Kindle
Anne had it all. She was a physician, an Army officer, and a great wife. She’d be a great mom, too. But the joy of pregnancy is short-lived after an ultrasound reveals that Anne isn’t just pregnant, she’s really pregnant – with quadruplets!
Now her dad, Tim Spillane, is a grandfather four times over, and much too soon. Just 24 weeks into her pregnancy, Anne delivered, and not one of Tim’s grandkids weighs more than half a mug of coffee. So... Read More
Title: The Way to Financial Independence
Author: Pearl Iseabell Roberts Publisher: Xlibris Pages: 48 Genre: Business/Economics Format: Ebook
The way to financial independence is like building a house. You can’t build unless you have a solid foundation. You need to have the desire, the determination, and the goals to become self-sufficient. Be confident in yourself and be motivated. Let’s name some of the building materials that you will need: education, as much as you can get, and the learning process never stops. As I converse with people, I find myself saying, “I didn’t know... Read More
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