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Vegetarian Weight Loss – Healthy Low Fat Lifestyle

by Jonathan Vine

Want to lose those extra pounds and live a healthy lifestyle?The best new vegetarian weight loss diet. Start today and lose weight instantly!

Vegetarian Weight Loss is written for anyone who wants to lose weight fast while following one of the healthiest and easiest ways to eat! Not only will you start to feel great but you will be shedding all those unwanted pounds too!

Most people, when they start to look at becoming a vegetarian can be slightly overwhelmed at all of the different information out there. Especially when it comes to losing weight and staying healthy at the same time! That is why I wrote this book. I wanted to clear up a lot of that confusion and give you a very simple, quick to read guide to losing weight from eating like a vegetarian.

In “Vegetarian Weight Loss” you will discover:

  • How being vegetarian helps you lose weight – the scientific proof is all there, being vegetarian will make you lose weight!
  • The health benefits of the vegetarian diet – all the great things you can expect to experience with this fantastic way of eating
  • Vegetarian Sources Of Vitamins And Protein – this chapter is crucial if you are going to remain healthy whilst being a vegetarian!
  • Foods To Eat And Foods To Avoid – an easy to read guide of all the great foods you can eat, but also the ones that you should avoid!
  • Tips For Weight Loss Success – use my special tips to boost and accelerate your weight loss and good health!
  • 50 delicious, mind blowing Vegetarian Weight Loss Recipes – all my very best vegetarian recipes to help you lose weight!
  • And much more…

The Vegetarian Weight Loss diet is really simple and fun to follow, whether you go vegan or vegetarian your body will experience a complete transformation!

Death And Judgment: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery

by Donna Leon

In Death and Judgment, a truck crashes and spills its dangerous cargo on a treacherous road in the Italian Dolomite mountains. Meanwhile, in Santa Lucia, a prominent international lawyer is found dead aboard an intercity train. Suspecting a connection between the two tragedies, Brunetti digs deep for an answer, stumbling upon a seedy Venetian bar that holds the key to a crime network that reaches far beyond the laguna. But it will take another violent death in Venice before Brunetti and his colleagues begin to understand what is really going on.


by Elisa Lorello

Celebrity screenwriter Danny Masters has the world at his feet. He’s dating a movie-star bombshell and his latest screenplay is a shoe-in for an Oscar. But he’s empty.

With few accomplishments to her credit, longtime bookstore employee Sunny Smith celebrates her fortieth birthday by setting forty goals for herself. Sleeping with her writing idol, Danny Masters, makes the list.

At the premiere of Danny’s new film, the two have a brief but enchanting exchange outside the theater. And after Danny insults the audience during the post-screening Q&A session, he’s thrilled to see Sunny in his autograph line. But as he gently takes her hand, Sunny spits Danny’s insults back at him.

The next day, to her horror, Sunny discovers a video of her tirade has gone viral. Instead of being angry, Danny is more determined than ever to find Sunny—and apologize. And once their lives intersect again, there’ll be no turning back.

Spy To Die For

by Kris DeLake

When Spy Meets Spy

Agent: Skylight
Profile: Seasoned Assassin Guild Super-Sleuth. Talented enough that she can write her own rules.
Budget: Unlimited.

Agent: Jack
Profile: Main investigator for the loosely federated Rover Assassins. Guided by a strict moral code, fierce loyalty, and a sense of duty.

More Than Sparks Will Fly

On opposite sides of a high-stakes game, lust lures two spies together in a passionate encounter. Little do they know that the heat of the moment would bind them, turning their worlds upside down. Hunted by deadly assassins, can the pair and their love withstand the onslaught?

Gandhi: A March To The Sea

by Alice B. McGinty

Mohandas Gandhi’s 24-day March to the Sea, from March 12 to April 5, 1930, was a pivotal moment in India’s quest to become an independent country no longer ruled by Great Britain. With over 70 marchers, Gandhi walked from his hometown near Ahmedabad to the seacoast near Dandi. The march was a non-violent means to protest the taxes that Great Britain had imposed on salt-not the salt that the Indians could get from the sea, but the salt that Great Britain forced them to buy. Gandhi believed that peaceful protests were an effective way to challenge British law, and his peaceful but ultimately successful movement became known as Satyagraha.

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A Time To Heal

by Fayla Ott

Rachel Collins has inherited the care of her newborn niece after her sister and brother-in-law are tragically killed. Having already lost her parents in a tragedy, Rachel feels abandoned by the God her family had served so faithfully. Two years later, her niece’s uncle shows up at her door, claiming to have just found out about his niece. When his wealthy parents threaten to sue for custody of their newly discovered granddaughter, Rachel faces loss once again. Luke thinks he has found a way to help Rachel keep little Brooke. But can they let go of their pasts in order to embrace a future together? Will it be enough to convince Luke’s parents to let go of the custody suit? And will Rachel finally return to God and allow Him to heal her grieving heart?

Black Coke

by James Grenton

Deep in the jungles of Colombia, a brutal and fast-growing drugs cartel has genetically-modified cocaine to make it ten times more powerful and addictive than any other drug. They call it:


Nathan Kershner is an agent with the UK’s Serious Organised Crime Agency and a former special forces operative. Often working undercover, he has single-handedly brought down some of the most wanted criminals in the world.

But when he clashes with the drugs cartel and tries to stem the flow of Black Coke into Europe and the US, he finds himself up against his most difficult assignment yet.

On a mission that takes him from the crack houses of North London to the underground drug labs of southern Colombia, Nathan enters the darkest regions of the war on drugs, where treachery, greed and violence reign.

With the drugs cartel growing in power by the day, Nathan has to decide just how far he is prepared to go to avert disaster.

The Imperial Connection

by Edward Charles

Recently retired Air Force Intel officer Mike Foley discovers the guy who took a bullet for him during the Gulf War is a homeless guy living in a small desert town. He leaves Chicago to find him. After arriving he finds a local, and very beautiful woman, who works with the homeless. With her help they locate “Homeless Rick.” To their surprise, the next morning he’s found drowned in one of the many irrigation canals.

As the suspense rises so does the love affair between Mike and Andy. They start nosing around and find Rick got mixed up in a large Chinese Mafia smuggling operation working out of Mexicali, Mexico. They are chased over sand dunes, through mountains and into Orange County, staying just one step ahead of death while trying to unravel the mystery. For help, Mike contacts his old buddies at the FBI and CIA and gets them involved. There’s hi-tech warfare, mystery and suspense, a love affair and crooked politicians who are involved in a payoff scheme.


by Stacy Claflin

Is love enough to make a bad vampire turn good?

Samantha Erikson is a vampire with one mission: to rule the world. She’s spent decades winning over the world’s most feared vampire, Vince Moretti. Just when everything is going according to plan, he sidetracks her with the assignment of pretending to be a high school student in a small town.

It’s humiliating enough going from stilettos to sneakers, but Samantha must also follow the most boring person alive: the teenage girl who stands between her and the throne. When she has had all she can take, she finds a fun distraction: an attractive football player who isn’t scared of vampires, but there’s one problem. Against her better judgment, she falls in love with him. Now she must decide between the mortal she adores and a place of power in the vampire world. If she tries to have both, she could lose everything.

Pieces: A Life In Eight Movements And A Prelude

by John von Daler

Written like a suite in eight movements, Pieces is a novel about music, with leitmotifs, repetitions, counterpoint, harmony and disharmony. The story begins in Oklahoma with a five-year-old violin prodigy who has perfect pitch and a remarkable teacher named Tosca. The following movements, or chapters, capture the protagonist’s teen years in Connecticut, student years at Princeton, jazz concerts in New York, and then the big jump to Europe. An enchanting work that carries one along in a flow and movement that is very much like a symphony.


by Matt Stein

A poetry book written by an Electrical Engineering student as he comes to the edge of reality. It contains within all of the normal poetry topics such as love, sex, death, swearing, illusions, and rhyming. Written by me, Matt Stein, over the course of five years I hope it brings you back to your teenage and young adult years. I was influenced greatly by Robinson Jeffer and Charles Bukowski but have read many other poets as well. It is mostly poetry of a contemporary form and I think I brought the genre along for the journey.

The Voice Of Thunder

by Mirka M.G. Breen

West Jerusalem, early June 1967. Ten-year-old Mira Levi and her best friend Gili Moser share an awful secret. They have discovered a new radio station called The Voice of Thunder. Broadcasting from Cairo in accented Hebrew, it threatens the obliteration of Israel: “We will throw you and your whole country into the sea. We will march in your streets and into your homes.” On June 5 the attack begins and Mira and Gili’s school is hit. War has begun.

The two friends and their families are confined to a basement shelter of their apartment complex while the battle continues above. Mira, afraid of what might happen and worried about her father fighting on the front, prays for safety and wonders: “In a war where both sides are praying, how does God know which prayers to answer?” As the international crisis unfolds, Mira struggles to verbalize her concerns about family, friendship and the future of her nation. Only in her diary can she express her fear that none of them will survive this conflict.

Her Rebellious Heart: A Scottish Historical Romance

by Marian McBride

Bridget Campbell is more interested in music than men. In fact, she may be the only girl in Scotland who isn’t looking for a husband. But when her estranged grandfather’s health begins to decline and he asks her to move into his castle, Bridget is introduced to a handsome highlander who becomes a rival for her attention. Although perfect strangers, there’s a connection between Bridget and Aidan MacLeod that she can’t ignore.

Uneasy about leaving her parents’ modest home to live at Ty-Runach Castle, Bridget feels pressured to accept her grandfather’s invitation. Robert had distanced himself from her mother when she married a man from a rival clan. The ancient feud between the MacDonalds and the Campbells broke her family apart, but maybe Bridget can heal the rift?

But someone clearly doesn’t want her at the castle. Strange noises in the night and a frightening attack nearly send Bridget running from the keep. And then there’s Aidan. Rumors of his reputation as a ladies man convince her to stay away lest she become the highlander’s conquest. Yet her rebellious heart beats faster whenever Aidan is near. A single kiss lights a fire within that threatens to consume her. Can she resist Aidan’s advances and rein in her runaway heart?

How To Be Fake: The Complete Guide On How To Never,ever, Ever


In his hilarious debut, writer William Ramsey takes a light-heart and down-to-earth approach to the “Self-Help” genre. Throughout this short (8 page) book, Ramsey gets straight to the point on how to be happy by telling you exactly how to not be happy.; he breaks it down with 6 hilarious rules! Here’s an excerpt:

Rule #1: Always Take Yourself Super Serious in All Matters of Life

” If you really want to get the most out of life, you better start taking every damn thing seriously—SERIOUSLY!

Because learning to laugh at yourself and your shortcomings (real or imaginary), will lead to disastrous results such as:

1. Having a better attitude and being happier

2. People will find it easier to be around you, and get this—they will actually like your company—yikes!

3. Little things will bother you less, like your significant others forgetfulness to wash the damn dishes even though you told him/her like 50 million bleeping times to do them.

4. When you begin to laugh, accept and make fun of being a flawed human being, you find it easier to accept other flawed human beings.”

We highly recommend this book (especially for fans of Jen Sincero’s “You Are a Badass), you won’t be disappointed!

Sleepy Hollow: Rise Headless And Ride

by Richard Gleaves

“May I present the Last Descendant of Ichabod Crane…”

JASON CRANE just turned seventeen years old.

He’s a STAR WARS fan and a history geek. He doesn’t believe in ghosts or the afterlife. He doesn’t believe in psychic powers or tarot cards. He doesn’t believe in the Headless Horseman.

But Sleepy Hollow will change all that. Because Jason Crane has a heritage to claim. Jason Crane has a Gift to discover. And Jason Crane has an old enemy who will RISE HEADLESS AND RIDE.

NOTE: This E-Book edition INCLUDES “THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW” by Washington Irving (full text)!

The Promise Of Paradise

by Allie Boniface

Ashton Kirk, youngest daughter of a prestigious senator, fiancee of a hotshot attorney, and fresh Harvard graduate, is headed for a promising law career when scandal breaks apart her family. To escape, she rents an apartment in the sleepy town of Paradise, New Hampshire, where no one knows who she is.

Ashton hopes for solitude, but all bets are off when Eddie West, the town’s most eligible bachelor, moves in downstairs. Eddie likes his women and his cars shiny, sleek, and fast, and when he meets his new housemate, he wastes no time getting friendly. While he’s looking for a no-strings romance, though, he gets more than he bargained for in Ash, who sees through his bravado to the pain of a loss too fresh to mention.

Can two people from different worlds find common ground, a place to fall in love and build a future? Is it possible to find your soul mate in the place you least expect?

Singing Sand

by David Chattaway

Every year in early August the Nelson family leave Chicago and head to the small town of Oak Creek, Wisconsin for seven fun-filled days of fishing, hiking, hunting and camping. For the second time Jamal Lewis – the adopted son of Ruth and James Nelson – will join the family on its trip. Jamal’s dark and troubled past has been the cause of anguish and hostility since he arrived in their lives eighteen months ago.

After a devastating encounter forces the Nelson family to fight for its survival, each family member has to decide who they can trust and what they’re willing to do to make it out alive.

Masters’ Mysterium: Wisconsin Dells

by R. R. Reynolds

The isolated northern Wisconsin town of Creekside is closing in around Trudy Masters. With nothing holding her there but a crap job at a dive diner, one friend who isn’t even the same species, and a big secret to keep, that isn’t enough–she wants out.

But while Trudy seeks escape, others want in, including backwoods hunters searching for a mysterious creature, a young man with healing powers, and a father who abandoned her before birth.

Does Reverend Jay Masters care about his daughter, or only finding the next big exhibit for his museum of oddities? Will the mythical Hodag end up on display, or will the hunt for the beast reveal something so astounding that it changes the world forever?

War begins as this twisted trek from the roller coasters and water parks of Wisconsin Dells, to the pine and birch forests of the Badger State, ushers in the age of the magician.

Nobody Can Take My Happy Away

by Jessica Arnold

A book with a positive message about bullying written for kids (and adults too) by a kid!

Emily is the new girl at school. She learns quickly that her first day at a new school isn’t going to go the way she expected. She gets teased about her appearance among other things. At first, Emily thinks that there is something wrong with her, and wonders if there is something she can fix about herself to get the other kids to stop teasing. She soon learns that the problem isn’t her, it’s them. Together with some new friends that she initially overlooks due to her worries, they bring about change at their school with confidence, communication and teamwork.

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