A Love Attempt : Morhaf Al Achkar

A Love Attempt : Morhaf Al Achkar

Developing your emotional intelligence? Learn easy and practical techniques to cultivate your love competence… ◆ Everyone wants love. We’re so desperate for it that we are frequently willing to take any deformed shape of it. But what if we can bring in the idea in a developed and genuine form to make it available to every person? ◆ While there is no such thing as a “Love Doctor,” you now have a viable alternative. Morhaf Al Achkar obtained his Ph.D. in education and is currently a practicing family physician at the University of Washington. He was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Since then, his research has focused on the experience of patients living with cancers. His first book is

Sister Lost : Brenda Lyne

Sister Lost : Brenda Lyne

Inspired by a true story, Sister Lost follows Minneapolis single mother Lexie Novak as she and her four-year-old daughter, Ava, build their new life after living under the thumb of Lexie’s manipulative and emotionally distant mother. As soon as Lexie and Ava move in to their new house on Washburn Avenue, the strange phenomena begin. Ava, normally a bright and happy girl, sleepwalks and throws violent tantrums. Lexie suffers from terrible nightmares, raging heartburn and debilitating headaches. And more than once she catches herself thinking of ways to kill the little brat. With the help of neighbor Ryan Laughlin, Lexie and Ava must race to uncover the house’s tragic history and find the source of the strange phenomena before they

Deadly Pranks : Donald Rush

Deadly Pranks : Donald Rush

What happens when a joke turns deadly? Growing up in the sleepy and idyllic town of Kirtland, Ohio, four teenage boys, lifelong friends, enjoy many innocent pastimes, including football, baseball, and camping. The one not-so-innocent pursuit they’ve got tangled up in: pranks. Things take a sinister turn when tragedy befalls a tight-knit farming family, and their beloved father lies dead. Revenge is a dish best served with a side of sisterly devotion and anger. Reeling from their father’s tragic demise, two daughters turn vigilante in their pursuit of giving the boys exactly what they deserve. They hatch a plan that escalates into one thrilling, suspenseful ride after the next. One which the boys are likely never to forget. If they

Prey for Dawn : Christopher Michael Blake

Prey for Dawn : Christopher Michael Blake

Walnford Plantation is a place haunted in history, forgotten in the annals of time, and abandoned since the atrocities committed there during the civil war. But the horrors occurring at Walnford Plantation have just begun as a private detective searches for a woman’s missing sister and husband. A cheating wife plots to kill her husband. Three Nomad gang members chase two men searching for lost confederate gold. In one night, these people will come together and traverse through an elaborate labyrinth of tunnels, hunted by murderous, cannibalistic creatures. All of these people will endure a night of terror and horror while fighting for survival. They will pray for escape—all Prey for Dawn. Book Links Website Facebook Twitter Linkedin Amazon Author

The Philanthropist : Roland Lewinsky

The Philanthropist : Roland Lewinsky

Head of the family Steve Bird is an entrepreneur, hotel chain owner and philanthropist. Wife Clara is a housewife, raising two children. The family lives the normal life of wealthy people in New York. One day Steve Bird gets an offer from the Presidential staff to join one political party and tells his wife about it. Clara is very excited about such good news, because she is tired of sitting at home and sees the opportunity to broaden her circle of communication. Of course, Clara has a secret feminine desire to show the political elite her new dress! Entrepreneur Steve Bird has no lust for political participation at all, but is forced to somehow satisfy his wife’s whims by loving

Susan: A Jane Austen Prequel : Alice McVeigh

Susan: A Jane Austen Prequel : Alice McVeigh

Sixteen-year-old Susan Smithson – pretty but poor, clever but capricious – has just been expelled from a school for young ladies in London. At the mansion of the formidable Lady Catherine de Bourgh, she attracts a raffish young nobleman. But, at the first hint of scandal, her guardian dispatches her to her uncle Collins’ rectory in Kent, where her sensible cousin Alicia lives and “where nothing ever happens.” Here Susan mischievously inspires the local squire to put on a play, with consequences no one could possibly have foreseen. What with the unexpected arrival of Frank Churchill, Alicia’s falling in love and a tumultuous elopement, rural Kent will surely never seem safe again… “Pitch-perfect. This Jane Austen-inspired novel echoes the master

Dream Trail : Thomas J. Prestopnik

Dream Trail : Thomas J. Prestopnik

Eric Travers never imagined taking a three-week hiking trip through the wilderness. At twenty-seven, and several months after an unexpected breakup with his girlfriend, he was comfortably cocooned in his desk job at the Crandall Insurance Agency in Binghamton, NY, biding his time, yearning for spring and waiting for his life to blossom once again. Then the weird dreams started. Images of lush, tree-covered mountains, ghostly apparitions and shamrocks inscribed with a puzzling symbol began to invade his sleep. He encountered a mysterious trio of fellow hikers and heard a vaguely familiar song from the 1970s playing in the background while walking in long, lazy circles above the treetops. He was driving himself crazy trying to decipher his nighttime visions

An Academic Nurse’s Tale : Pamela J. Brink

An Academic Nurse’s Tale : Pamela J. Brink

Looking back, author Pamela J. Brink never really wanted to be a nurse, but when she was in high school, she couldn’t think of any other career for women she felt drawn to. She was expected to go to college, but she had no idea what she wanted to do with her life. In An Academic Nurse’s Tale, Brink narrates her story, telling how her choice turned out to be a perfect one. She began her nursing career in the 1950s, and it spanned the most turbulent times in nursing education in the United States. Brink documents the times, offering a glimpse of the remarkably interesting period in the development of education, research, theory, and skills. She also presents a