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Linda Corby's Books
Cot Death & the stigma that goes with it. By Linda Corby
eBook (PDF): $0.00
Cot Death Article.
How Rude is Farting? By Linda Corby
eBook (PDF): $11.72
(1 Ratings)
How rude is farting is a collection of true funny stories, which either involved farting or things connected with farting. Be surprised, beware, straight talking outspoken yet still suitable for all... More > ages. Presuming they have a sence of humour.< Less
Xmas Spirit By Linda Corby
eBook (PDF): $9.77
(2 Ratings)
Xmas Spirit is an original draft horror screenplay by Linda Corby. It is the pilot episode to a five part series based on fictitious pagan rights and satanic happenings, set in Jersey Channel... More > Islands, but these scary things could happen anywhere. So if you want scary, well now you have found it, don’t say you haven’t been warned!!< Less
BAD BLOOD By Linda Corby
eBook (PDF): $8.56
(4 Ratings)
Bad Blood is an autobiography which is different from any other out there, and it has some very personal content. There are 'no holds bared' and 'the truth is in here!'
Zoom into Profit By Linda Corby
eBook (PDF): $10.00
(3 Ratings)
Need the knowledge of what entrepreneurs really do, not many entrepreneurs are going to tell you how they think or what they in reality do or have done, let alone what has been in the head of three... More > generations of entrepreneurs, and how they turn ideas into profit Automatically. Linda tells you in plain English without any Bullsh*t within the pages of 'Zoom into Profit' and even though this is not a how to book you can copy what entrepreneurs do by reading through its examples! Want the full picture from a third generation entrepreneur then read this book.< Less
THE GIRL WHO BELIEVED IN FAIRIES By Linda Corby
eBook (PDF): $4.13
(4 Ratings)
Linda Corby's fairy stories are written with charm, a keen sense of style which demonstrates her ability to communicate with her selected age roup, without writing down to them. They are written in... More > a way that they would be a pleasure for parents to read outload to their children. Each story is satisfyingly complete, with a storyline sufficient to engage the attention span of a young audience. LINDA GIVES 50% OF HER ROYALTIES FROM THIS BOOK TO 'OAKWELL'THE CHILDRENS HOSPICE WERE SHE LOST HER DAUGHTER NATASHA TO CANCER AT THE AGE OF TWELVE.< Less
Breakdown Memories By Linda Corby
eBook (PDF): $5.92
(1 Ratings)
As the only and first female breakdown truck driver for over 25years in her area starting way back in the 1970’s, I can tell you that doing a what was then strongly considered to be a... More > man’s job was a challenge because of the sexist attitude of some, but the fun and memories I have where well worth it, and I do hope you enjoy reading about them as much as I enjoyed experiencing them, weird, funny and on occasions macabre. I really did get to see life from every angle, laughing, have fun reading.< Less
Zoom into Profit By Linda Corby
Hardcover: $50.79
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(3 Ratings)
Need the knowledge of what entrepreneurs really do, not many entrepreneurs are going to tell you how they think or what they in reality do or have done, let alone what has been in the head of three... More > generations of entrepreneurs, and how they turn ideas into profit Automatically. Linda tells you in plain English without any Bullsh*t within the pages of 'Zoom into Profit' and even though this is not a how to book you can copy what entrepreneurs do by reading through its examples! Want the full picture from a third generation entrepreneur then read this book.< Less
BITS & BOBS By Linda Corby
Hardcover: $34.64
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(2 Ratings)
Poetry and thought pieces with illustrations by Linda Corby Funny, sad sometimes a little strange, a bit controversial on occasions. Upfront on everything, very human. Some of the pieces have been... More > read out by Sir Terry Wogan on BBC Radio 2.< Less
Breakdown Memories By Linda Corby
Paperback: $23.48
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As the only and first female breakdown truck driver for over 25years in her area starting way back in the 1970’s, I can tell you that doing a what was then strongly considered to be a... More > man’s job was a challenge because of the sexist attitude of some, but the fun and memories I have where well worth it, and I do hope you enjoy reading about them as much as I enjoyed experiencing them, weird, funny and on occasions macabre. I really did get to see life from every angle, laughing, have fun reading.< Less