- Whispers of Love: Daily Talks With God About Your Friends
by William Craig Iii
- 2100 - Life in the Late 21st Century
by Steve Priest
- Unsolicited Advice---And What Not To Do: A Guide for Avoiding Pitfalls that will ruin Your Life and Future
by Jerry Johnson
- Dao Artistry by Jorge Delara
by Jorge Delara
- Baseball Artistry 1st Edition
by Jorge Delara
- Ponder Awhile
by Mohit Misra
by Peter Johansen
- Dao Artistry by Jorge De Lara
by Jorge Delara
- Person to Person: Essays from Two Centuries
by Philip Vassallo
- The Book of Acts (A Verse by Verse Commentary)
by Mark Stevens
- Water Equals You
- by Sandra Verley
People around the world are concerned about water. Water Equals You will not only connect the dots between what has transpired and what we believe is water, but the author will also introduce you to the next era of drinking water. She shows you how people around the globe are coping with pollution and its results. She shares with her readers what to look for in this new era of ionized water technologies. You will learn that ionized technologies have long surpassed all others world-wide. She warns the public, commercial entities and Health Boards of the dangers lurking in this new industry with some less credible copycats in the era of water ionization and pollution.
Hydration is key to health. Who would have thought that something so simple as water would become such an amazing revolution and be the actual key to most people's good health?
Sandi Verley opens the eyes of her readers to the importance pH plays in regards to the human body as she highlights the myths created pertaining to water. She shares with you the relevance of living water in your body and most importantly, your bodies’ inability to effectively communicate without it. Water Equals You has been written based on life after massive pollution vs. education written before pollution, and based on the new era of ionized water. She will show you and those you love what to look for in ionized technologies.
- Learning From Bees: a philosophy of natural beekeeping
- by Philip Chandler
A collection of short essays on bees and beekeeping by the author of The Barefoot Beekeeper.
The author's first book set out a challenge to the world of conventional beekeeping and offered an alternative paradigm. It soon became apparent that other people had been thinking along similar lines, and when bees were headlined month after month in the national press, following the outbreak of so-called 'colony collapse disorder' in the USA, many more people became interested in bees and what became known as the 'natural beekeeping' movement began to emerge.
Our challenge now is to re-negotiate our relationship with bees: we must learn to protect and nurture them, rather than simply exploit them, and we need to learn to listen to what they need from us.
- Mouth Trap
- by Jc Gallacher
Fresh from the pen of radical, angry poet comes Mouth Trap. A sometimes cynical but always honest ook at life, covering topics such as life after death, the corrupt world of international banking, love, romance and grittyt sex, you name it, Jed leaves no stone unturned in his debut work.
Stone has experimented in free form, fast flowing thought, totally unconstrained by convention and rules. This is creative poetry at its best!
A MUST BUY FOR RADICAL PROSE POETRY FANS.
IF YOU LIKE YOUR POETRY UNCONSTRAINED AND UNCENSORED, THEN THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOU. DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR, BUY IT NOW AND SET YOUR MIND FREE!
- It Must Have Been The DOG in ME!
- by Mark Stevens
Some of you will accuse me of stereotyping men as being somewhat simple, but when it comes to sex and women most men are. Chris Rock the comedian once said, “A man is only as faithful as his options”. That of course was meant to be funny, but there is a thread of truth to this statement. If a man avoids temptation he won’t fall! The Bible says in Proverbs, “Can a man take fire unto his bosom and NOT be burned”, I know from personal experience that this is very true!
- Poems from the Edge
- by Christopher Titmuss
This collection of around 125 poems explores daily life, impermanence, love, including romantic love, nature, social issues, suffering and spirituality. Written mostly in classical metre form, as well as free verse, the poems offer inspiration, inquiry and insight into daily life. A former Buddhist monk in Thailand and India, Christopher Titmuss travels worldwide offering teachings. He draws extensively on his personal experience, meetings with others and contact with the nature. Author of numerous books, Christopher lives in Totnes, Devon, England.