Travel

Phat(‘s) Chance for Buddha in Houston (Or How I Spent My Summer Vacation) (Bargain Book)

Phat(‘s) Chance for Buddha in Houston (Or How I Spent My Summer Vacation) (Bargain Book)

| March 30, 2020

It’s what you have been wondering for years–just how many Buddhist monks CAN you fit into a 1970 ruby-red Buick Electra 225 convertible? Mid-life crisis meets puberty…It’s 1990 and just another typical summer day in Mapletown, Indiana until Uncle Phat, The Reptile (or Uncle Mike, as he used to be called), who seems to have […]

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The Way is a River of Stars

The Way is a River of Stars

| March 26, 2020

In a memoir of saints, sages, and swollen ankles, Helen walks across the Catholic heartland of Northern Spain. Her chosen route is the picturesque Camino Way, a Christian pilgrimage revered since medieval times. Ancient towns and villages, each with a distinct culture and cuisine, mark the way. Memories and miles intertwine, spanning not only the […]

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The After Days

The After Days

| March 20, 2020

In a world without power, you need the power of friendship and love to survive. “This is far and away the most compelling read I’ve experienced in a long time. No lie. This is seriously good. It’s fresh, entertaining, and thought-provoking.” –Kathryn Johnson, author and writing teacher  Middle-aged suburbanites Rachel and Zach team with their friends […]

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Becoming Stuart

Becoming Stuart

| March 20, 2020

Growing up on an Edinburgh council estate in the 1970s, Stu didn’t realise that he had limited options for his life ahead. BECOMING STUART takes a journey from the young life of Stu and the difficulties he faced with a broken home life, through domestic abuse and on to dealing with and understanding his friendship […]

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Summary: American Dirt a Novel

Summary: American Dirt a Novel

| March 11, 2020

Considered to be one of 2020’s greatest editorial successes, American Dirt written by Jeanine Cummins is on everyone’s lips. With an incredibly alert plot, strong characters and unexpected twist of events, American Dirt is guaranteed to linger for a long time on its reader’s minds. This summary of Jeanine Cummins’ book American Dirt, completed by […]

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Tales from the Gringo Trail

Tales from the Gringo Trail

| March 5, 2020

“Let’s just chuck it all in and go to South America” Lisa said one day.Other people do this I thought, but surely not us?Strap yourself in for a hilarious and rollicking tale of a couple with entirely different ideas on what to do and see, the best way to go about it, and of course […]

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My Little China Girl – A Blottoblogography

My Little China Girl – A Blottoblogography

| February 14, 2020

Thomas is a Canadian who works hard in international development (and exploitainment). His first post is in Vietnam where he is tasked with contriving convincing planning and progress reports to ensure that his federally-funded company continues to bank coin through “infrastructure development”. All the while, he falls in love with Vietnam, the people and their […]

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Catapulting Commissions: Achieve Your Next Sales Goal

Catapulting Commissions: Achieve Your Next Sales Goal

| February 3, 2020

The only thing standing between you and crushing your next sales goal—is you. Your mindset, your beliefs, and your processes can either catapult you beyond your target or hold you back before you even launch. The real difference between high performers and everyone else is they know how to focus and strategically pursue their ambitions. […]

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Relic (Uncommon Enemies Book 2)

Relic (Uncommon Enemies Book 2)

| January 29, 2020

Digging For The Truth Can Be Deadly Brian is ex-special forces. He’s working for a security group that only hires the best of the best. His job is fueled by danger and adrenaline, and he loves every minute of it. At least he did up until this minute. When Sophia walks into their briefing room, […]

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Sixteen Stranded on a Desert Island

Sixteen Stranded on a Desert Island

| December 13, 2019

Fateful Journey Back in Time, Surprising Glimpse of the Asian Mind This non-fiction account is based upon the true story of a shipwreck which occurred on May 20, 1899.  Sixteen men became stranded on a small island in the Pacific Ocean, and all of them lived there together with perseverance and hope, surviving successfully until […]

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