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Everyone Has A Story By Kevin Martin
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Everyone has a story. We all have our origins and we all have places to go. Where we have been has taught us about ourselves, but it does not define us. You never know what someone has been through... More > in their life. We all have different stories. We all are traveling on different paths, but we all are heading in the same direction. This story is about these paths; the ending tells the direction. Thank you for your generous support! All proceeds will benefit local charities. Thank you very much! God bless you!< Less
Neighbors, Strangers and Everyone Else By Rev. Fr. John-Brian Paprock
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NEIGHBORS, STRANGERS AND EVERYONE ELSE is a unique book and collection of insightful and inspiring words on topics of co-existence from Rev. Fr. John-Brian Paprock. Fr. John-Brian is an Orthodox... More > priest serving a multi-ethnic mission parish in Madison, Wisconsin. He is the founder of Interfaith Awareness Week, since 1998, and has been active in local ecumenical and interfaith activities since 1988. He has received several awards for his community and volunteer efforts over the years, including Middleton’s “Good Neighbor Award” in 2008.< Less
Neighbors, Strangers and Everyone Else By Rev. Fr. John-Brian Paprock
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NEIGHBORS, STRANGERS AND EVERYONE ELSE is a unique book and collection of insightful and inspiring words on topics of co-existence from Rev. Fr. John-Brian Paprock. Fr. John-Brian is an Orthodox... More > priest serving a multi-ethnic mission parish in Madison, Wisconsin. He is the founder of Interfaith Awareness Week, since 1998, and has been active in local ecumenical and interfaith activities since 1988. He has received several awards for his community and volunteer efforts over the years, including Middleton’s “Good Neighbor Award” in 2008.< Less
The Company That Everyone Left By Daniel de Filippis
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First day, new job, new Company. Introduce New Guy, a young man with a peculiar view on life that finds himself catapulted in the crazed workings of The Company, its denizens and its horrors. In a... More > surreal and over-the-top tale of contemporary company life, New Guy must contend with strange beings, and stranger policies, of all sorts. From the mysterious being in charge of Badges to the employees reverential attachment to meetings and powerpoint, New Guy's life takes up permanent residence in the Company as the ever-growing number of tasks assigned to him by Small Boss risks to overwhelm him. And at the very end he must still find a way to contend with the Zombies, surely they cannot be unleashed upon the unsuspecting world. Everyone's been New Guy at least once, and most people have a Company in their past.< Less
Everyone Under the Bus By Donn Harris
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"Everyone Under the Bus" is Donn K. Harris' fictional account of his experiences as a 20-year school administrator. Commerce High School Principal Eric Tuico is a man at the crossroads... More > and in his prime simultaneously. Risk aversion is not part of his make-up, nor do rules mean a lot to him. In this year from hell, he watches his school fall apart from the weight of threats to students' safety, a teachers' union that files grievances on a rotating schedule, scheming and frightened leadership, and also from his own reckless and impassioned responses to willful cruelty protected by advocates and adults with other agendas. The novel teeters on the tightrope of apocalyptic fury and business as usual -- and in between there is baseball, algebra, twisted teenage romance and a man trying to find himself in a world he is trying very hard to hate, but in the end just has a bit too much humanity to pull it off.< Less
" Tai Chi For Everyone " By Charles Shovlin
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The book The book describes the postures, mainly taken from the Yang Cheng- Fu form of Taiji both moving and static with the help of photographs and diagrams, and explains the health benefits that... More > go with each posture. The author has made every effort to describe the exercises in as simple a way as possible. If you are a novice you should find the video “Tai Chi For Everyone” a useful accompaniment to the book. Tai Chi movements are wonderful stress free, non-exertive exercises for the benefit of all, appealing to young and old, male and female. Almost anyone can undertake it and people do not need to be in top health to start it. Tai Chi & qigong does not require any special clothing or equipment. The bare minimum is a few square feet of space, whether in a sunny park or your own living room. This highly convenient aspect of tai-chi & qigong has contributed to it becoming one of the world’s most widely practised forms of exercise.< Less
" Tai Chi For Everyone " By Charles Shovlin
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The book The book describes the postures, mainly taken from the Yang Cheng- Fu form of Taiji both moving and static with the help of photographs and diagrams, and explains the health benefits that... More > go with each posture. The author has made every effort to describe the exercises in as simple a way as possible. If you are a novice you should find the video “Tai Chi For Everyone” a useful accompaniment to the book. Tai Chi movements are wonderful stress free, non-exertive exercises for the benefit of all, appealing to young and old, male and female. Almost anyone can undertake it and people do not need to be in top health to start it. Tai Chi & qigong does not require any special clothing or equipment. The bare minimum is a few square feet of space, whether in a sunny park or your own living room. This highly convenient aspect of tai-chi & qigong has contributed to it becoming one of the world’s most widely practised forms of exercise.< Less
After Everyone Died By Sean Little
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The Flu—that’s what everyone called it—culled the primate population of the planet. It struck hard and fast, wiping out the whole of humanity. For reasons he can’t understand,... More > Twist is left alive to face the apocalypse alone. Well, not entirely alone—his neighbor’s gassy Labrador, Rowdy, tags along for the ride. Twist and Rowdy are forced to face the new post-apocalypse world together, holing up in the local library and scavenging supplies to outlast a long, cold Wisconsin winter. Twist has to adapt to the emptiness and isolation of an empty world and come to terms with the fact that he might be the only person left alive in the entire world. In a world where boredom and loneliness are the greatest threat, Twist must survive, keeping the hope that others might be alive, as well.< Less
Everyone's Gotta Be Somewhere By Jane Fishman
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Jane Fishman is a storyteller. "Everyone's Gotta Be Somewhere" tells the story of Savannah before gentrification. As a columnist for the Savannah Morning News she writes what she sees,... More > what she hears. Send her out and she'll find a story. It could be a barber with a Perry Como sweater or a locksmith named after Houdini. She writes of a Passover Seder in a Key West kitchen, of deciding to go with the gray hair, of a mother who worries too much. Her garden grows amok and she doesn't care. It's the process that counts. It's soil preparation, not product. She's the author of "The Dirt on Jane" and she lives in Savannah. ISBN 0-9707639-0-5< Less
Poems Everyone Enjoys By Michael Rhithm
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'Poems Everyone Enjoys' is an anthology of 50 poems written by the author. It’s for anyone of mature age (16+), including non-traditional readers of poetry. The vast majority of the poems were... More > inspired by true events -- consisting of the author’s observation of other people, of life in general and of London’s natural and physical environment. The poems also include some personal experiences and opinions of the author, and a large number of personalised poems that are entertaining too. This ebook should, therefore, contain poems that will appeal to any reader, in some form or another. The author’s poems on people are insightful, on humour he shows wit and on places in his environment his observations are stunningly descriptive. To further facilitate the reader’s enjoyment the author has included a glossary. This should be invaluable to many readers, especially if English is not their first language.< Less

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