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Choice

Choice
A Journey out of Darkness
By Angela Michelle

Published: 10/21/2013
Format: E-Book (available as ePub, Mobi, and PDF files)
Pages: 254
ISBN: 978-1-49170-962-7
Print Type: B/W

Overview:

Throughout all of her life’s experiences, author Angela Michelle has learned that both happiness and suffering are ubiquitous. In Choice, she shares a compilation of journal entries and narratives discussing some of her life’s most intense moments: being beaten nearly to death; having paranormal dreams and hearing voices validated by God; experiencing the brutal murder of her father; enduring flashbacks of childhood molestation; being raped in her own home; suffering through a frightening pregnancy and childbirth; and receiving visits from angels.

This memoir shares her thoughts and feelings as she moved through life, facing her fears and learning from all of her experiences. Choice narrates how she discovered there was a purpose for and a lesson learned from each event—a challenge to overcome and a new direction to follow.

Filled with emotion, Choice not only tells the story of Angela Michelle and how she faced her crazy life, but also serves to show that, through both the good and the bad, life has purpose.

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Selling Your Company

Selling Your Company
The Business Owner’s Guide to the Process of Selling a Company and Redeeming the Full Value
By Ted Folkert

Published: 1/6/2014
Format: E-Book (available as ePub, Mobi, and PDF files)
Pages: 182
ISBN: 978-1-49171-465-2
Print Type: B/W

Overview:

You’ve worked hard to build a company from the ground up, or perhaps you’ve turned around an underperforming firm. You’re ready to cash in on your hard work, but what exactly do you need to do?

To ensure a smooth transition, protect your brand, and get the best price, you must do homework. Whether you handle the sale yourself or hire a professional, a basic understanding of the process will help you make the right decisions.

Ted Folkert, a seasoned entrepreneur, draws upon his diverse business dealings so you can
• transfer ownership of small, midsize, and large companies;
• avoid pitfalls that could lengthen the selling process; and
• make simple changes to boost the value of your business.

Folkert has owned manufacturing operations, public parking facilities, real estate firms, and more, and his case studies of failed transactions and successful transactions can give you the knowledge to make the right moves in real-life situations.

Regardless of the size of your business, you need to know how to determine its value, prepare for a sale, and protect your interests as you enter the negotiation process. Get the tools you need to succeed in Selling Your Company.

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The Bribe

The Bribe
By Oskar Klausenstock

Published: 9/24/2013
Format: Dust Jacket Hardcover
Pages: 286
Size: 5.5x8.5
ISBN: 978-1-49170-915-3
Print Type: B/W

Overview:

As Nathan Klein recovers from a stroke in a rehabilitation hospital, he finds that he recognizes a fellow patient—Gerhard Reichenberg, a former Nazi who served as commandant in Klein’s Kostowa ghetto in Poland during World War II. Klein, then seventeen years old, hasn’t seen Reichenberg, known as the Dog Catcher, in almost fifty years. Back then, Reichenberg was a man to fear. Deeply agitated, Klein writes letters to Reichenberg expressing his still simmering hate for the man. Reichenberg, who has been a diabetic most of his life, replies in writing as well. Each tells of his own tragedies: Klein of his suffering and the loss of his entire family. Reichenberg of the loss of Esta, a young Jewish maiden assigned to him by the Jewish Ghetto Elders by way of a bribe in hopes to save their lives. Gerhard, gone from the ghetto for a few days, returns to find the entire village annihilated and no trace of Esta, who was pregnant. Ulrica Egberg, the center’s physical therapist, fond of both Klein and Reichenberg, tries to make peace between these two elderly men. The letters, bitter at first, become more tolerant and understanding of each other as they face the truth of their lives and their histories.

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The Bill Murff Story

The Bill Murff Story
Bringing Beauty to the Landscape of Life
By J. M. Murff

Published: 1/6/2014
Format: E-Book (available as ePub, Mobi, and PDF files)
Pages: 170
ISBN: 978-1-49171-510-9
Print Type: B/W

Overview:

Once in a while someone comes along who raises the bar in some field of endeavor in his or her own unique way, displaying a drive to achieve the noblest aspects of the American Dream. Bill Murff is such a person.

In The Bill Murff Story, J. M. Murff tells the story of how his brother rose from poverty to become the largest landholder in Harris County, Texas, and founder of Murff Turf Farms, Inc. His in-depth study of his brother’s remarkable life and business philosophy reveals Bill’s five-stage, fifteen-step strategy for achieving the American dream. This biography shares the formula for success that Bill followed in becoming a noted ecclesiastical, business, and community leader, as well as a philanthropist. J. M. identifies twenty-three power principles Bill discovered and used to found a large, successful, and enduring sod farm near Crosby, Texas. So unique and successful are Bill’s dealings with people that J. M. coined a new word to describe it—“developmentship.”

The Bill Murff Story also shares how Bill exemplifies traditional American values, the most profitable business practices, and the most edifying human relationship principles that represent the fulfillment of the American dream. His life is a monument to the goodness and hard work that can lead to affluence and life success—and you can have it, too.

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Apocalypse in Paradise

Apocalypse in Paradise
Good and Evil, Volume IV
By Robert R. Fiedler

Published: 1/6/2014
Format: E-Book (available as ePub, Mobi, and PDF files)
Pages: 286
ISBN: 978-1-49171-612-0
Print Type: B/W

Overview:

In this Volume is considered various things about life and living
We will analyze some of what is evil and consider some of the universally good things
The World is mostly good however some men have corrupted it with their greed and immorality
Lying Fools have captured many important positions and control unimaginable wealth
Those control very large segments of the information and publishing industries
Those have assumed responsible positions in government and finance
Those are the wealthy of today, millionaires and billionaires
Much of such wealth is earned from illicit means
Those are slowly strangling the Civilization
And the people of a wonderful World

What can the good people do?

Such men are alien to decency
They have no respect for their fellow man
Those are arrogant and self-assured in their contempt
For others of their kind, those are liar’s thieves and hypocrites
Those are greedy and sinful men that exploit all manner of opportunity
Those are exclusive and stand apart from most other men and they have no shame
Some live in the finest places, fit for a King while being less than the lowest of creatures

The contest is as it has always been
The contest is between God as Father Son and Holy Ghost
And the Devil as is found hiding in weak, dull and corruptible men
Both exist as an Idea and a Spirit and cannot be discounted.
Both are a part of Humanities destiny
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Stained-Glass Curtain

Stained-Glass Curtain
By Frank Wardlaw Wright

Published: 11/9/2012
Format: E-Book (available as ePub, Mobi, and PDF files)
Pages: 336
ISBN: 978-1-47594-437-2
Print Type: B/W

Overview:

When Robert Martin’s wife, Angie, dies of breast cancer after thirty-four years of marriage, he attempts his lifelong dream—that of hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. His constant companions are grief and memories.

On the trail, with a nickname of Dances with Snakes—Snaky for short—he meets a variety of other hikers. Socrates is a Duke graduate and know-it-all scientist; Preacher is a fervid Christian fundamentalist and proselytizer; Southern Bell is an Alabama veterinarian accompanied by her Labrador retriever, War Eagle; and Mother Superior and Czechmate are nurses and lesbian companions.

Snaky’s two thousand–mile trek becomes much more than a physical trial as his faith is tested by his personal loss. He engages the skeptic Socrates about theology, science, and nature. He spars with Preacher about how to read the Bible and what it says about homosexuality. His own perception of same-sex relationships is complicated by a physical attraction to Czechmate.

This volatile mixture of personalities produces adventure, friendship, conflict, and ultimately violence. As the walkers finally reach their goal, Maine’s Mount Katahdin, Snaky and his friends step from behind their individual curtains to reach a new level of human understanding and tolerance

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Modern-Day Psalms

Modern-Day Psalms
Praise Songs and Love Messages
By Richard. Vincent. Rose

Published: 11/22/2013
Format: E-Book (available as ePub, Mobi, and PDF files)
Pages: 270
ISBN: 978-1-49171-205-4
Print Type: B/W

Overview:

Modern-Day Psalms: Praise Songs and Love Messages presents an inspiring collection of poems and heartfelt messages from author Richard. Vincent. Rose. Be prepared to read and feel living words that penetrate your deepest emotions, reaching into your heart and soul. The words leap from the pages, bringing hope, joy, encouragement, comfort, and inspiration into every area of your life!

From President to Pastor, Mayor to Minister, the writing of Richard. Vincent. Rose. has touched the hearts of the most powerful and the most humble individuals on earth. Men and women from all walks of life have been touched in a remarkable way by his ability to reach the depths of human emotion through his writing.

Now, for the first time, all of his previous works are gathered in one collection, along with his new, inspired writings, designed to impact a whole new audience of hearts, minds, and souls.

Airborne

All the faces look the same
As I hurriedly board the plane
I wonder, as we get ready to split the clouds above
I can’t help but think, “Is anyone else so much in love?”

The feeling in my stomach
As we lift off the ground
Still not as thrilling
As this love that I’ve found …

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The True Origin of Man

The True Origin of Man
By Kenneth Smith

Published: 8/18/2013
Format: E-Book (available as ePub, Mobi, and PDF files)
Pages: 308
ISBN: 978-1-47598-967-0
Print Type: B/W

Overview:

Truth is an absolute. It can be ugly and scary or accommodating and soothingly caring. It can start wars and settle peace. No person alive can be defined in anyway without truth being the measuring rod of comparison. Quite often man sways from the truth, because it doesn’t side with their wants or views. This book represents the truth of mans origins confirmed by DNA mathematical and scientific facts. Like truth this book brings conclusion to an age-old argument between Clergy and Scientist. A clear explanation of why we’re all so different when it comes to race, which it effects so many communities of different races living together. A major benefit of this book is that the very beginning of man’s history is unveiled in a new light, which will be the talk of many prestigious inner circles of elite social groups and higher arc political policy makers. Majoring student readers of this book will be informed first ahead of their college professors on the new direction of DNA’s future of calculating the mutated percentage cells in any genome. Truth! Some people love being first to know secrets. Others being ahead of the game and the readers of this book will have that cutting edge in life.

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