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Hope Reborn By Alisha Jones
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Andrea Walker is a brand new doctor in small town, North Carolina, with a booming medical practice, a huge network of family, and a soft spot in her heart for all of her patients. She also has the... More > love and support of her best friend, and true love, Michael. Although she throws herself into her work, and rarely sees him, she knows that he loves her. But, when he grows tired of eating alone and rearranging dinner reservations to suit her schedule, she may find that her true love needs a little more than just... love. Andrew Jordan is a police officer and father which seems to be enough for him. That is, until he meets the intriguing Dr. Walker. Her way with her patients rivals the very best big city doctors, and her home town humor breaks down all of his barriers that he had erected around his heart.Will Andrea and Andrew be able to conquer insurmountable odds and build a future for themselves? Or, will an untimely death and a heart-wrenching decision, cause the two to go their separate ways?< Less
The Support Floor By Paul Morris
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Philip Coyne had once desired to become a professional bassoonist, but now he is the Director of Customer Support at a software company and his girlfriend has dumped him at his own birthday party. ... More > Her parting remarks predicted three things for him: that by the end of the month, 1) Philip will have been fired from his job, 2) he will have seen a naked woman in the middle of the street, and 3) Northern California will have become its own state. Like Macbeth, however, Philip alone is responsible for his own fate, no matter what is predicted for him and the world. Office politics, company softball games, clashes with the Marketing Heads and Floor Managers all contribute to his discontent. Philip is frustrated, bored, lonely, and unsure of himself. In short, he is a fallible human being. A California Split is a work of humor for a Digital Age swarming with software bugs and viruses, Inbox-flooding e-mail, Instant Messages, and telephone support centers.< Less
The Support Floor By Paul Morris
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Philip Coyne had once desired to become a professional bassoonist, but now he is the Director of Customer Support at a software company and his girlfriend has dumped him at his own birthday party. ... More > Her parting remarks predicted three things for him: that by the end of the month, 1) Philip will have been fired from his job, 2) he will have seen a naked woman in the middle of the street, and 3) Northern California will have become its own state. Like Macbeth, however, Philip alone is responsible for his own fate, no matter what is predicted for him and the world. Office politics, company softball games, clashes with the Marketing Heads and Floor Managers all contribute to his discontent. Philip is frustrated, bored, lonely, and unsure of himself. In short, he is a fallible human being. A California Split is a work of humor for a Digital Age swarming with software bugs and viruses, Inbox-flooding e-mail, Instant Messages, and telephone support centers.< Less
The Adventures of a Real-Life Cable Guy By Dan Armstrong
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Growing up, author Dan Armstrong dreamed of becoming an FBI agent or a police officer. He hadn’t considered working as a cable guy. He didn’t know it was a profession. But when he was... More > twenty years old, Armstrong began working for his local cable television company and hasn’t looked back.  In The Adventures of a Real-Life Cable Guy, Armstrong recounts his experiences with dozens of characters, stories gathered during his thirty-year career—from the hilarious and the horrifying to the happy and the heartbreaking. He’s serviced a million-dollar mansion and a five-hundred dollar trailer on the same day. He’s been in homes where the cats outnumbered the humans. He’s saved a man’s life. And he was the last to see someone alive.  Praise for The Adventures of a Real-Life Cable Guy “It’s always fun to read the insights into other worlds where we will never travel. Reading The Adventures of a Real-Life Cable Guy is a great collection of humorous and fun stories …” —Ron White, Two-Time USA Memory Champion< Less
The Adventures of a Real-life Cable Guy By Dan Armstrong
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Growing up, author Dan Armstrong dreamed of becoming an FBI agent or a police officer. He hadn’t considered working as a cable guy. He didn’t know it was a profession. But when he was... More > twenty years old, Armstrong began working for his local cable television company and hasn’t looked back.  In The Adventures of a Real-Life Cable Guy, Armstrong recounts his experiences with dozens of characters, stories gathered during his thirty-year career—from the hilarious and the horrifying to the happy and the heartbreaking. He’s serviced a million-dollar mansion and a five-hundred dollar trailer on the same day. He’s been in homes where the cats outnumbered the humans. He’s saved a man’s life. And he was the last to see someone alive.  Praise for The Adventures of a Real-Life Cable Guy “It’s always fun to read the insights into other worlds where we will never travel. Reading The Adventures of a Real-Life Cable Guy is a great collection of humorous and fun stories …” —Ron White, Two-Time USA Memory Champion< Less
James Bond: Licence To Quote By COLIN M JARMAN
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JAMES BOND: LICENCE TO “QUOTE” (UK & Europe edition) contains 1500 humorous quotes about the lighter side of 007: his life, world, books, movies, his cultural footprint. LICENCE TO... More > QUOTE turns the tables on the world’s favourite secret agent and turns the spotlight on him. A Who’s Who of observers take dead aim at James Bond: man and myth. Comical contributions from his creators, critics, biographers, imitators, fans and selected media sources including film, TV & fansites. The depth and diversity of content clearly demonstrates the incredible level of recognition and the extraordinary fan-base Bond has built up since he first appeared in 1953. For well over fifty years, 007 has been at the summit of the best-seller’s list, at the top of the cinema box-office and remains at the forefront of the world’s consciousness. His iconic image and cultural accessories are legendary … and LICENCE TO QUOTE celebrates that legend. Details of the US version "LICENSE TO QUOTE" at: www.licencetoquote.com< Less
Fire Dance By Joseph Padgal
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Joseph Padgal was born in a small in Southwestern Michigan town. He lived, along with his sister and parents in a former 100 year old farm house that had once housed a doctor’s office. At the... More > age of sixteen he started writing short stories about his life growing up in the town he lived, about his faith in God and his family. After graduating from high school he enlisted in the armed forces, eventually ending up in South East Asia as a result of the war in Vietnam. Upon his retirement from the military he moved back to Kalamazoo, Michigan where he lives with his wife in a three story home built in 1906. He retired from the federal government in 2008. It was in this year that Padgal started writing his first novel 'FireDance' which he finished and had published in 2010. In his novel, Padgal demonstrates how to use forgiveness as a healing tool and offers viable steps for the individual who has difficulty forgiving anyone for anything. Fire Dance has, elements of humor, suspense, crisis and cure. .< Less
The Pat Hobby Stories By F. Scott Fitzgerald
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The setting: Hollywood: the character: Pat Hobby, a down-and-out screenwriter trying to break back into show business, but having better luck getting into bars. Written between 1939 and 1940, when F.... More > Scott Fitzgerald was working for Universal Studios, the seventeen Pat Hobby stories were first published in Esquire magazine and present a bitterly humorous portrait of a once-successful writer who becomes a forgotten hack on a Hollywood lot. "This was not art" Pat Hobby often said, "this was an industry" where whom "you sat with at lunch was more important than what you dictated in your office." Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 24, 1896 – December 21, 1940), known professionally as F. Scott Fitzgerald, was an American novelist and short story writer, who is now widely regarded as one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century. He finished four novels, as well as 164 short stories in magazines during his lifetime. Get Your Copy Now.< Less
Dialstone Lane, Part 2. By W. W. (William Wymark) Jacobs
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Wymark "W. W." Jacobs (8 September 1863 –... More > 1 September 1943) was an English author of short stories and novels. Although much of his work was humorous, he is most famous for his horror story "The Monkey's Paw".Jacobs was born in Wapping, London; his father was a wharf manager at the South Devon wharf at Lower East Smithfield. He was educated at a private school in London and later at Birkbeck College (then called Birkbeck Literary and Scientific Institution, now part of the University of London).In 1879, Jacobs began work as a clerk in the civil service, in the Post Office Savings Bank, and by 1885 he had his first short story published. His road to success was relatively slow: Arnold Bennett writing in 1898 was astonished that Jacobs turned down the sum of £500 for six short stories. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._W._Jacobs< Less
At Sunwich Port, Part 2. Contents: Chapters 6-10 By W. W. (William Wymark) Jacobs
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Wymark "W. W." Jacobs (8 September 1863 –... More > 1 September 1943) was an English author of short stories and novels. Although much of his work was humorous, he is most famous for his horror story "The Monkey's Paw".Jacobs was born in Wapping, London; his father was a wharf manager at the South Devon wharf at Lower East Smithfield. He was educated at a private school in London and later at Birkbeck College (then called Birkbeck Literary and Scientific Institution, now part of the University of London).In 1879, Jacobs began work as a clerk in the civil service, in the Post Office Savings Bank, and by 1885 he had his first short story published. His road to success was relatively slow: Arnold Bennett writing in 1898 was astonished that Jacobs turned down the sum of £500 for six short stories. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._W._Jacobs< Less

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