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It's the Principle of the Thing: The Personal History of Frederick Raymond Homer By Frederick Raymond Homer
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Known to his friends and family as Fred, Frederick Raymond Homer could have a stern exterior, but all who knew him loved him for his big heart and generous spirit. This is the story of his life as he... More > wrote it. He was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho in May of 1926. He spent his childhood and adolescence on the East Coast before enlisting in the US Navy and serving in the Pacific during WWII as a hospital corpsman. He earned a degree in pharmacy and worked for the rest of his life as a pharmaceutical representative, an independent pharmacist, and as a consultant to nursing homes. The capstone of his career was owning and running Bonneville Drug, where he served his community for twenty years through his professionalism, honesty, wisdom, and generosity. He served two missions for the LDS Church to Los Angeles, California and Nauvoo, Illinois. In a voice that is both eloquent and personal, this book recounts the ordinary and extraordinary episodes of a life shaped by the principles that Fred Homer loved.< Less
I Fell Into the Money Pit: Memoirs of an Unlikely Day Trader By Chelsea Cramer
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An Ivy League education, six-figure income, condo on Central Park West, what more could a girl want? Discouraged after years of preparing for a career as a dancer, Chelsea Cramer re-evaluates her... More > life and decides to turn her attention from Broadway to Wall Street. In this true story, follow Chelsea as she moves to New York City and searches for her calling only to get lured in to the addictive world of stock trading. While losing hundreds of thousands of dollars in the market has caused some to take a flying leap from the nearest skyscraper, Chelsea has chosen to detail her downfall here with brutal honesty. What is it like to move to New York City? Audition for a Broadway show? Work in television? Make $4,000 in a five-minute trade? Lose $20,000 in a single day of bad trading? Learn from someone who has never uttered the phrase “In my next life I will...”< Less
It's the Principle of the Thing: The Personal History of Frederick Raymond Homer By Frederick Raymond Homer
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Known to his friends and family as Fred, Frederick Raymond Homer could have a stern exterior, but all who knew him loved him for his big heart and generous spirit. This is the story of his life as he... More > wrote it. He was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho in May of 1926. He spent his childhood and adolescence on the East Coast before enlisting in the US Navy and serving in the Pacific during WWII as a hospital corpsman. He earned a degree in pharmacy and worked for the rest of his life as a pharmaceutical representative, an independent pharmacist, and as a consultant to nursing homes. The capstone of his career was owning and running Bonneville Drug, where he served his community for twenty years through his professionalism, honesty, wisdom, and generosity. He served two missions for the LDS Church to Los Angeles, California and Nauvoo, Illinois. In a voice that is both eloquent and personal, this book recounts the ordinary and extraordinary episodes of a life shaped by the principles that Fred Homer loved.< Less
The Dawn Of A New Error By Alex Tha Great
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2012 marks the dawn of a new error. I have been blessed to see 26 years on this Earth, have been through a lot of ups and downs, said goodbye to so many loved ones who have made their transition,... More > been through heartbreak/heartache/heart gone and can’t find it anywhere. Simply speaking I have just been living but this book details the maturation of me and my journey to finding/becoming/accepting/loving the woman I am today. It is my hope and sincerest wish that you not just enjoy this book, but appreciate the sincerity of it. Some of these pieces I have pulled from some of my darkest places and only because of that have I developed into such the writer/poet/artist I am now. Honesty…sincerity…vulnerability…has taken me a long way on this journey. So I am human and will indeed continue to make mistakes. I am also that much more willing and responsible to own them as mine and carry them along with me on life’s journey. Be well.< Less
Uno Mas By Ben John Smith et al.
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Remember doing group projects as a kid and one person did all the heavy lifting while the rest just showed up? Uno Mas is a revolution opposed to that lazy buck-passing generation. Not only have... More > these four men worked together in the past, they have remained un-fettered friends through it the entire time, despite never once meeting face to face. The collaborators behind Uno Mas have penned letters to one another, shared secrets & swapped books. They have remained staunch supporters of a free, honest art partnership and have sustained a loyal friendship before anything. This collection is a visual and poetic narrative of that worldwide union. This collection exists because we as a collective believe in art and blood curdling honesty. Uno Mas is another letter wrote, another collective conversation between mates. This is the latest, but by no means last, bar table discussion by four very close; albeit massively distant friends who just like to get wild and make a fucking mess. Enjoy with the lights on.< Less
Val Kirkham: The Collected Poems By Val Kirkham
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Val Kirkham is a Yorkshire poet now living in Lancashire. This is a collected edition of her life work so far. It is wide-ranging and varied. She knows a great deal about the pain and pleasure of... More > love, and writes about it with searing honesty. She trained as a chef and has worked in a zoo, a banqueting outfit, a mediaeval castle, and an American college. In 1982 she decided to hang up her apron and devote herself to writing, saying she would go back to work when she got bored. She has not got bored yet. She was a performance poet in the 80s, in the North West. Adrian Henri once gasped at one of her poems, and the editor of Lancashire Life called her "the predatory sexual voice cruising in the fast lane of poetry". She sprang to national fame after reading poetry in a jacuzzi. She has been on radio and tv. You will be thrilled, chilled, brought to laughter and tears by this woman's perception and insight. If you are a prude or object to strong language, better pass this one by.< Less
Eulogies For Fireflies By Megan Ann Ward
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Eulogies For Fireflies is a new compilation of poetry and short by spoken word poet Megan Ann Ward. Megan Ann Ward is a performance poet based in Montreal. She is the 2012 Montreal Slam Champion,... More > was the 2011 Victoria Slam Champion, member of the 2010 Victoria Slam Team, competed at the Canadian Individual Slam Championships, was part of the 2011 Victoria Spoken Word Festival, and has performed naked on multiple occasions. Megan has been writing poetry and prose since her beloved grandmother gave her a pink journal when she was 8 years old and started performing about 4 years ago. She writes from a place of passion, of raw and heartfelt honesty. She tells the story of her battles with addiction, of hospitals and the streets, of losing and finding faith, of falling in love and of heartbreak, and sometimes even writes about sex. Her comfort food is baked lasagne, and she would love to hear your stories over coffee after the show.< Less
Soul Bleeds - The Poetry, Melodies, and Other Wanderings of Karen Wiesner By Karen Wiesner
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Every poem ever written shows us the eyes of the poet. Looking without. As love mirrors the heart, poetry mirrors personality. Many poets write about things outside of themselves. This mirrors their... More > personal character and the way they look at the world. Looking within. Other poets take the outside world into themselves and use the intimate emotions to reveal their own hearts. Just looking. Then there are poets like me, who do a little of both...or a lot of neither. If you're looking for flowery observations on nature, rhyming pieces with any type of standard or pattern, seemingly meaningless verses that you have to know the "code" to understand, you won't find it here. The 39 poems included a combination of honesty, raw emotion, vivid imagery, gritty reality, story metaphors, introspection, depression, and even "song-like" verses. Great poetry is something I can relate to, that moves me, that takes the human condition and makes it both frail and somehow beautiful in its starkness.< Less
Online Money Blueprint: Online Money Making Made Easy By Anthony Ekanem
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Everyone wants to make money. That's a given. And the internet can present some pretty lucrative possibilities. But it can also create a breeding ground for scammers. Sometimes it's tough to know... More > what a scam is and what isn't. No one can tell you in all honesty that they haven't, at some time in their online career, been taken at least once by a hyped up scam. You have to understand that there are some folks who are a constant source of helpful information, and those that are hanging out looking for the quick cash. While you can make some easy profits doing business on the internet, you still must be vigilant and careful when buying. The old adage still rings true, especially online: "Let the Buyer Beware". Plus, when you sell products online, generally start-up costs are much lower than that of a traditional "brick-and-mortar" store. In many cases your monthly costs would be less than going for a night out. So, turning a profit is much, much easier to accomplish.< Less
Listening to The Sun By Tobias Lars
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"If you're excited about diving into an open inferno of truth and passion that will fire up your heart and aliveness, then you've discovered the right book. Tobias Lars has written an unbridled,... More > uncompromisingly fierce celebration of awakening - original, direct, lively, intense, personal & poetic. The courageous author expresses a take-no-prisoners approach to penetrating honesty and keen revelation. A unique expression of our shared human predicament that rings true on every level." Keith Varnum - author of "The Dream Made Real"."That is quite an amazingly glorious crazy awesome chunk of info...your book...and all that it ignites. Whew! I haven't read something that electrified my being so much in quite some time. Thank you for sharing it with me. It's such a refreshing, nourishing, exciting experience to read such heart-based all inclusive fiery kick ass wisely orgasmic info." Sera Beak- Harvard-trained scholar of comparative Religions and author of "The Red Book"< Less

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