Fact filled. Fun. Free. An interesting and entertaining look at the 45th president on inauguration weekend. Learn more about President Trump, his family, various business enterprises and endeavors, and his winning campaign for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination. Every major phase of his life and career is covered along with detailed information on each family member. The chapter on the 2016 GOP presidential nomination campaign includes a day-by-day timeline. The book is easy and fun to read and guaranteed to provide a “wealth” of information. Learn a little. Laugh a little. Become the “go-to” Donald Trump expert and have fun doing it. And the best thing is, it’s FREE! Happy reading and a good review is sincerely appreciated!
Becca Chopra, best-selling author of The Chakra Diaries, takes you on a wild ride as she learns chakra balancing, yoga and meditation on her journey from aspiring actress to respected yoga teacher and chakra healer in Chakra Secrets: On the Path to Love and Happiness.
Through the betrayals and brutal loss of her husband, the illness of her best friend, the love triangle that ensues, and beyond grief and guilt, she explores yoga, chakra meditation, crystal healing, kundalini, tantric sex, macrobiotics, and even past-lives.
She not only shares her personal secrets, but the extraordinary “instant” chakra balancing technique she learns in Hawaii from shaman and Huna philosopher, Serge Kahili King, Ph.D. You can also download a FREE streaming video of Becca and Serge demonstrating Dynamind instant healing at thechakras.org/free-chakra-video.html.
Set in a world where crime and government coexist, AMERICAN MADE is the mind-twisting true story of CIA pilot Barry Seal that the Hollywood movie starring Tom Cruise is afraid to tell.
AMERICAN MADE rips the roof off Bush and Clinton’s complicity in cocaine trafficking in Mena, Arkansas.
Few times in life are more memorable than our school years. Humiliation, heartbreak and failure are abundant, and that’s on a good day. No matter who you are, coming of age is exciting, confusing and sometimes downright dangerous and High School Dance, the sequel to Starbuck O’Dwyer’s award-winning memoir about his elementary school years, perfectly captures the agony and the ecstasy. This collection of meaningful, memorable and hilarious stories will leave you laughing out loud and remembering what it’s like to be young, wild and free. Highly recommended.
Coming from very humble beginnings, through his childhood, and on to the young man that became a family man & friend to many.
Hear about the places & people who have ‘shaped’ this diverse personality. The experiences that have been absorbed in his formation, ideas & a character developed over some, 70 years.
Follow the path taken for one man to reach his goals, his “ideal”. How others have influenced him, helped & even hindered over the journey travelled.
Now having reached an age, a point in his life where he can relax a little and reflect on the past & how it came to be, learn how his life has taken such a rocky road to get to the plateau which he now finds comfortable.
Share in the fun, the tough times and good times, and gain a sense of the depth of feeling held so dear for his friends and his complete belief & his unshakeable love for his family.
This provocative story is about an adolescent who was initiated into a clandestine sexual society. He was spirited to the Middle East, from his UK boarding school. He attended the Bahriji School (Oasis,) in The United Arab Emirates in preparation for serving in Harems for the wealthy and elite.
It is also a love story between the young man and his ‘Valet’ who served as his chaperone and mentor during the boy’s Harem service.
S. R. Reynolds has never forgotten the mishandled case of fifteen-year-old Michelle Anderson, a vibrant beauty who went missing from Reynolds’ Knoxville, Tennessee, neighborhood years earlier. Aided by her old professor, famed forensic anthropologist Dr. Bill Bass–founder of the University of Tennessee’s “Body Farm”–Reynolds picks up the trail of this cold case.
As she presses neglected pieces of the puzzle into place, Reynolds unearths a string of heinous kidnappings and rapes across the South, crimes that span decades. She talks to the victims. A picture begins to form. Patterns appear. And all evidence points to one man: convicted sex offender Larry Lee Smith.
As a result of Reynolds’s efforts, the Knoxville Police Department reopens the cold case of Michelle’s disappearance, but Larry Lee is about to be released from a Georgia prison, where he served time for a related crime–a “similar transaction.” What transpires in this story is amazing on many levels. Larry Lee is every parent’s worst nightmare.
“Similar Transactions” is a gripping memoir about the author’s determination to solve a murder and to bring the perpetrator to justice.
Three complaisant kids, two stormy parents, one anxious French poodle, too many U-haul trailers, and the potholed road of the early 1960s.