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Our Millie Leaves Home and Other Stories  by Judy Allen

Our Millie Leaves Home and Other Stories

Written by: Judy Allen

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Author Website: http://www.our-millie.com/

Our Millie used to say that she lived in the hairy armpit of life, but I didn’t know what she meant until I met her Ma, Big Mil. Big Mil stood almost six feet tall with muscles built from hard work and harder play. You never know what will happen next so please come into Our Millie’s world and prepare to be entertained and, perhaps, enlightened.

Out of the Darkness (The Girl in Black Book 2) by Marcia Ward

Out of the Darkness (The Girl in Black Book 2)

Written by: Marcia Ward

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Willa is back in Milwaukee after a trip home to Connecticut to see her much-loved Mother in Rehab Center. Her Father’s job is still primarily in China, her Brother, Danny, is still at West Point, but as least her Grandmother, ‘The Ice Lady’, seems to be thawing. Friends are being made at The Day School, most notably one named Woody. Life is less bleak. Plenty of adventures ahead!

People Who Knew Jack-as opposed to people who don't know jack by Jack Kenworthy

People Who Knew Jack-as opposed to people who don't know jack

Written by: Jack Kenworthy

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I was inspired to recollect some of my acquaintances and life experiences and to record them in the form of an autobiography. My primary reason for undertaking this project was for my own satisfaction with the assumption that some family and friends might be interested in reading the book. Others may also find this book to be interesting and humorous.

Performance Pay as a Competitive Weapon: A Compensation Policy Model for the 1990s by Rick Berlet

Performance Pay as a Competitive Weapon: A Compensation Policy Model for the 1990s

Written by: Rick Berlet

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The questions surrounding pay for performance are intricate and difficult. In today's business world, compensation can be a very powerful means of achieving a competitive advantage in the marketplace; and yet, compensation experts have failed to argue compellingly for management's attention to the nuances of compensation policy formulation. It seeks not merely to offer practical prescriptions for drawing pay and performance closer together, but also to demonstrate how these nuances can affect company performance at every level. Adopting a fresh pattern of analysis for fusing the disciplines of business strategy, organization and compensation and concentrating primarily on middle and senior management compensation issues, it discusses the many issues and processes involved in formulating a sound compensation technology--one that will ensure external competitiveness, preserve internal equity and simplify the motivational message.

Persued by Winslow Eliot

Persued

Written by: Winslow Eliot

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Author Website: http://winsloweliot.com/

A storm–a disaster–a theft. When Kale Trenton’s priceless chalice is stolen, investigative reporter Leigh Gardner vows to go to the ends of the earth to bring it back. She chases every lead, explores every possibility, and hunts down Kale’s rival, Peregrine, to find it. He won’t admit he has it. And she has to decide just how far she’ll go to bring it back.

Phantom Mesa by Jim McMillen

Phantom Mesa

Written by: Jim McMillen

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.jimmcmillenbooks.com/

When news spreads that West Texas rancher Clovis Carlisle intends to lease haunted Phantom Mesa, part of his ranch, to create an 80-turbine wind farm, he is confronted by issue-driven protesters, a revengeful Mexican drug lord, electricity-sensitive neighbors, and a pot-smoking meth lab operator. In addition, a coldblooded Russian hit man is hired to kill Clovis.

Phantom Rage by William Blackwell

Phantom Rage

Written by: William Blackwell

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Author Website: http://www.wblackwell.com/

A chilling, mind-bending journey that explores haunted happenings-that would shove most people over the edge-that paranormal investigators handle regularly. Phantom Rage will terrify you so much you’ll want to sleep with the light on!

Please Enroll Responsibly: Avoiding Indoctrination at College by Lee Doren

Please Enroll Responsibly: Avoiding Indoctrination at College

Written by: Lee Doren

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.LeeDoren.com

Students enroll in college assuming they’ll graduate smarter. What they don't realize is that many professors spout their leftist ideology in the classroom without offering opposing opinions. Students fear their grades will suffer if they question what they are taught. Lee Doren sets out to help students conflicted with this dilemma.

Pocken – A Brazos Steele Adventure by Chris Pinney

Pocken – A Brazos Steele Adventure

Written by: Chris Pinney

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Author Website: http://www.brazossteele.com/

Dr. Brazos Steele is back in his most daring adventure yet! In this thriller from author Chris Pinney, Steele faces-off with a Mexican crime syndicate and an unlikely Islamic extremist who will stop at nothing to unleash his hellish scourge on America. Packed full of startling historical revelations, unexpected plot twists, and spine-tingling action, Pocken is a thrill ride from start to finish.

Poison Rage by William Blackwell

Poison Rage

Written by: William Blackwell

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Author Website: http://www.wblackwell.com/

This spine-chilling horror charts the macabre path of a strung-out team of paranormal investigators as they near the truth surrounding deadly rage-filled attacks in the unassuming small town of Montague, PEI. A riveting and shocking ride that will careen you to the edge of a frightening precipice.

Pomegranate Blues by Hillary Hujanen

Pomegranate Blues

Written by: Hillary Hujanen

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://hillaryhujanen.blogspot.com/

While juggling her junior year and a whirlwind romance, high school student Persey Green learns a disturbing truth. She’s a goddess reborn, but she is doomed to spend the rest of eternity as the bride of the god of the Underworld, whom she has grown to love in his human form. She must make the ultimate decision.

Pop Mythology: Collected Essays by Laura A. Shamas

Pop Mythology: Collected Essays

Written by: Laura A. Shamas

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Author Website: http://www.Laurashamas.com/

POP MYTHOLOGY: COLLECTED ESSAYS by Laura A. Shamas, Ph.D., is a collection of twenty-three essays about mythology and modern life; seventeen were previously published, plus six new ones and an introduction. From casual to scholarly, the essays vary in tone and topic: from profiles of gods and goddesses; to thoughts on myth in branding; archetypes in film; myth and social media; and more. The author’s expertise as a mythology speaker and as a longtime myth consultant is represented in this collection. The book is divided into two sections: “Pantheon Pieces” and “Myth Miscellany.” Essay titles in Part One, “Pantheon Pieces,” include: “Aphrodite and Ecology,” “Apollo Updated,” “Pieces of Athena (and Her Head),” “The Hera Factor in Hillary’s Run,” “The Holiness of Health [Asclepius & Hygieia],” and “Martha Hearts Hestia.” Topics covered in Part Two, “Myth Miscellany,” include games shows and romance, courtly love, the end times, the Occupy Movement, the Oscars, creation myth and outer space, a meditation on “Revolution” in the I Ching, and Twitter. This second section also includes a “how-to” approach to myth adaptation that Shamas has taught, for over a decade, to writers of all genres at universities and workshops. The book as a whole represents various ways in which the author has advocated for myth’s value in modern life. There are aspects of memoir/biography in certain essays, too.

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