When it comes to your tracing your family tree online, you need the right tools to get the job done! In The Genealogist’s Google Toolbox, renowned genealogy podcaster Lisa Louise Cooke help... More > you stuff your genealogy toolbox with FREE state-of-the-art Internet tools that are built to search, translate, message, and span the globe. You’ll travel outside the genealogy community and straight to the folks who dominate the online world: Google.
The Genealogist’s Google Toolbox includes:
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AstrologyKRS is the first magazine published by Kapiel Raaj which gives detailed analysis of career and destiny seen through Vedic Astrology. Although it's a magazine with collection of articles it's... More > not based on subscription rather each edition is a separate book because we do not know if another edition will be published. In this magazine/book you will get to study horoscopes of real people with real careers. The magazine also contains most unique articles by masters of Vedic Astrology gurus. The articles range from subject like nakshatras, Jamini updasha, details of houses and yes career/passion. This is the most unique Vedic astrology magazine ever presented.< Less
What could a woman in her thirties, emotionally and financially vulnerable after ending her marriage, possibly gain from sitting around, reminiscing, while drinking wine, sampling chocolates and... More > smoking cigarettes with the slowly dying mother of a best friend? Laughing and crying through her own true stories, Smith reveals why “couch time” sessions with Carolyn empower her to take control of her life and cherish all that she has.
Among her life’s treasures are her girlfriends, known as the Dunwoody Girls, who have been together since elementary school. Considered an especially tight but gregarious group, they enjoy their reputation as a sweet sisterhood yet happily conjure a little harmless mischief every now and then.
Quintessential Southern gals, they also jump into action, delivering prayers, love, wine and casseroles when a fellow DG is down. Throughout, even in the darkest times, they spew hilarious one-liners, spontaneously fall over laughing and realize they can overcome anything together.< Less
It's Spring Break 1976. Gerald Ford is in the
White House, Barry Manilow is writing the
songs that make the whole world sing and a
guy named Steve Jobs is about to form Apple
Computer Inc. out of his... More > garage. Deep in the
heart of the south, four college freshmen are
heading back home and about to catch a curve
in the road.
Stuck on the highway and forced to abandon
their 1968 Chevy Malibu, these four teenagers
must make it back to the Land of Lincoln the
only way they can: with their thumbs up as cars
In this coming-of-age tale, find out how these
four friends are forced to put their trust in one
another and total strangers, very possibly
risking life and limb in each desperate situation
on the road to Normal.< Less
Scablands is the true story of cartoonist R. L. Crabb, who found himself at the crossroads of mid-life crisis after two decades of sex, drugs and rock'n'roll. Threatened with divorce and legal... More > retribution for a cartoon skewering public officials, there seemed to be only one way out: Move to Yakima, Washington and take a job as a repo man. Along the way, he discovered the darker side of Washington's history with a long dead Native American holy man, and maybe a path to redemption, if he chooses the right fork in the road.< Less