Champion Your Career: Winning in the World of Work by Halimah Bellows

Career counselor and coach, Halimah Bellows, delivers an insightful guide designed to help lead readers through the process of both choosing and pursuing a career that is the right fit for them. Uniquely combining career coaching with career counseling, the book presents readers with intensive questions designed to help them discover their individual skills, talents, goals, and passions- showing them how they can use that knowledge to select a personally fulfilling career- along with supplying innumerable tools and strategies to then acquire a position in their desired field. Continue reading “Champion Your Career: Winning in the World of Work by Halimah Bellows”

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God the Reason: How Infinite Excellence Gives Unbreakable Faith by Craig Biehl

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Christian theologian and apologist Craig Biehl presents a compelling and solidly scripture-based approach to defending the faith in his wonderful book, God The Reason. 

Rather than refuting, one by one, common objections to Biblical theology, Biehl strikes at the root of unbelief by challenging and exposing its unjustified and faulty faith assumptions. In doing so, he also explores at depth the various attributes of God, examining their implications for right thinking, living, unbreakable faith, and defending and sharing the Gospel of Christ.
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Randy Bamboo in Chicken City by RC Beaird

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Randy is moving to the country, and he can’t wait to get his very first chickens!

In this adorable children’s book by author RC Beaird, young readers will follow along with Randy as he moves to the countryside, learning lessons, raising his very own chickens, and having a lot of fun and adventures along the way. Continue reading “Randy Bamboo in Chicken City by RC Beaird”

Roam by Erik Therme

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Sarah is having a horrible birthday. Her car has broken down on the side of the road, stranding her and her drunken boyfriend in the middle of nowhere. When a heated argument gets out of hand she strikes out on her own into the dark, unaware of the danger that awaits her.

When Kevin sees a beautiful girl in distress walking down the road, he offers her a lift in his Camaro -a simple attempt to pay forward an act of kindness he once received. But as the night wears on he finds himself falling for a girl he knows nothing about, and who might just be more trouble than he bargained for.

Scotty is battling his own inner demons after the death of his father. The guilt that eats away at him is slowly causing him to lose his grip on reality, and he finds himself driven by a fear that may lead him to do the unthinkable. Continue reading “Roam by Erik Therme”

Deadly Spirits by E. Michael Helms

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ebq4stAt the insistence of his girlfriend Kate, Mac reluctantly joins the Palmetto Paranormal Society, a small group of ghost hunters who investigate local historic buildings for signs of supernatural activity. It all seems like innocent fun- that is, until the society’s president is discovered dead at the foot of a staircase during an investigation.

Though the death is ruled an accident, one question lingers in Mac’s mind. Why did no one hear the man fall down the stairs? Mac decides to do a little prodding of his own into the case- and when the late president’s secretary turns up dead in an apparent suicide, he knows he’s stumbled onto a much deeper mystery than he first suspected…
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Don’t by Bob Selden

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ebq4stDon’t offers readers a fascinating look at the way words impact our behavior, as well as the behavior of those around us.

Utilizing numerous studies and research findings, Bob Selden delves deeply into the reasons why the words we choose matter, and how simply re-shaping statements from negatives to positives can make a world of difference in communication and leadership abilities.

Full of real-life examples and practical exercises to help hone your skills, Don’t explains which words to use, which to avoid, and the correct way to use words to diffuse conflict in difficult situations -all the while helping readers develop a more positive outlook through using more positive language.

Don’t is a fascinating book that will inspire you to take a deeper look at how you communicate -revealing just how impactful words can be, and how changing our words can actually change how we think and interact with others.
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Destiny Be Damned! by Hal Wilson

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Private Investigator Todd Docker heads to Kansas City on a personal mission to find the killer of his ex-partner’s daughter…

But Docker’s not exactly welcome in the city. After years of service on the police force, an unfortunate incident placed him in the middle of a PR smear that left him with enemies both inside the KCPD and on the street. If he’s going to get anywhere with the case, Docker knows he’s going to need to keep a low profile- something easier said than done.

After just moments of being in the city, he’s involved in an accident that lands his face in the news, and in front of the very person who swore to take Docker’s life in revenge.

With the help of a freelance reporter and a few loyal friends in the PD, Docker works his way through the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of the young girl, but with danger lurking around every corner, can he outwit his enemies and find her killer before it’s too late?
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