A MEMOIR BASED ON THE REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCES OF A CANCER DOCTOR addicted to drugs and alcohol and how he found his way back. His inspiring and gripping story takes you deep into the dark world of addicted physicians. He shares the techniques and principles they used to recover. Here you will find hope and healing. A step-by-step guide for understanding and treating substance abuse. Even if you’ve relapsed or failed other programs, here you will find the help you need. YOU WILL FIND ANSWERS … [Read more...] about A Spiritual Pathway to Recovery from Addiction, A Physician’s Journal of Discovery by Linville M Meadows, M.D.
Jimmy Clifford is a thirty-year-old movie addict and film memorabilia shop owner. He is also very fed up. He is fed up with his best friend Oswald’s stupid, made-up card games, his drug dealer Pluto’s novelty drugs are losing their novelty and his anti-depressants don’t appear to be working anymore. But when he discovers that the Crypt – a local, independent cinema that he regards as his ‘spiritual home’ – is to be demolished, he feels compelled to act. Getting together with his friends and a … [Read more...] about Celluloid by Holly Curtis
About International Best Selling Author, Darren Prince: Darren Prince is an international best-selling author of his powerful memoir titled “Aiming High: How a Prominent Sports and Celebrity Agent Hit Bottom at the Top.” He is a prominent sport and celebrity agent, now a global advocate for addiction and recovery. A memorable forward written by Ervin’ Magic’ Johnson, the book is available on My Book Order, Amazon Audible, Barnes & Noble, and many fine online book stores. Through his … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – International Best Selling Author, Darren Prince
Lori Daniels Mystery: Pillow Talk by Tom Preschutti Police Detective Lori Daniels has a knack for picking the wrong guy as a lover. This complicates her next big assignment. One former lover from high school is now the front man for a major illegal drug distributor. Another former lover is the captain of the Police Internal Affairs Division, who vows to have Lori kicked off the police force, even if it means framing her as a gang informant. Her present lover is the hotshot detective from … [Read more...] about Lori Daniels Mystery: Pillow Talk by Tom Preschutti
About Nellie Cake: Lowell Hawthorne-Elementary and High School Beech Grove, Indianapolis, Indiana (I left in fourth grade, but went back for a G.E.D.) Southeastern Christian College (Didn't get a degree because I was pregnant two times) Clark County, Winchester, Kentucky Trained Denny's managers-35 years-Side jobs were training cooks at Casa Lapita, Grasantis, Cruise Inn, Galley, Stone Crabb, Marios, and Olive Gardens. Orange County, Orlando, Florida Narcissist, abusive … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – Nellie Cake
Updated as a second edition and available in digital format only, this box set comprises the first three complete books in The 18th Shadow Series by author Jon Lee Grafton; Dawn of the Courtezan - Phase 01, Voices in the Stream - Phase 02, and Absorption - Phase 03. The Graphene Prairie - Kansas - 2082. The North American Union comprises all of Mexico, Canada and the antique United States. 93% of citizens live with a nano computer consensually embedded in their skull. Alcohol is banned, … [Read more...] about Permafree eBook: The 18th Shadow – Box Set by Jon Lee Grafton
The Man in the Blue Fez by Rik Stone Victory or Death ... there is no in-between From a former death camp in the snowy Russian mountains of 1973, Jez Kord is sent into the freezing wastelands to prove himself fit. Returning to camp, the sky is filled with helicopter gunships and he watches a venomous assault end with the flaming liquid of napalm bombs swallowing up the entire complex. He makes a run for it, but a unit of Spetsnaz elitists are hot on his heels. Jez's wife Anna is on … [Read more...] about The Man in the Blue Fez by Rik Stone
Targeted Age Group: 14+ Category: Action & Adventure Print book price range: 9.99 eBook price range: 4.99 About Class Heroes 4: London Belongs to the Alchemist: Illegal raves are popping up all over London, the world's fifth richest city, where tension is running high between the haves and the have-nots. Each party, hosted by the enigmatic DJ Alchemy, leaves a trail of destruction in its wake — all thanks to Super D, the latest designer drug on the party circuit. It’s love at … [Read more...] about Buyer’s Guide: Class Heroes 4: London Belongs to the Alchemist by Stephen Henning
It's the early 1980s, MTV is in its infancy, the Internet does not exist, Ronald Reagan is president and yuppies are ruling Wall Street. Edie is a naïve NYU student desperate to lose her virginity and to experience adventure that will finally make her worldly, setting her further apart from her bland suburban roots. But in her quest to mold herself into an ideal of urban sophistication, the New Jersey-born co-ed gets more than she bargained for, triggering a chain of events that will have … [Read more...] about “Love, Loss and Longing in the Age of Reagan: Diary of a Mad Club Girl” by Iris Dorbian
About James J. Rybacki, Pharm.D.: About the Author JAMES J. RYBACKI, Pharm.D., was born in Oneonta, New York. He received his prepharmacy education at Creighton University and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Pharmacy, in Omaha. Dr. Rybacki has more than three decades of hospital and clinical experience that include early efforts in gas-liquid chromatography research characterizing human drug metabolites, and data collection for the … [Read more...] about Interview with Author – James J. Rybacki, Pharm.D.
Based on the song, "Miss Susie had a Steamboat," which is just a simple song from your childhood, right? But have you ever wondered how Miss Susie got into all those messes? Or what that song was specifically referring to? Imagine that the story of Miss Susie isn't an innocent, age-appropriate song. What if she was a party girl, whose life intertwined with other campfire song characters? Forget the eight-year old thrill of almost saying a bad word while chanting this song over slapping … [Read more...] about The Tale of Miss Susie and her Steamboat: And Other Songs from your Childhood Explained by Sonja N. Kreps
Sam Autenburg is the manager of a small marina in Sydney. When a Canadian yacht arrives, sailed single-handed by a twitchy schoolteacher from Toronto, Sam knows right away that the Canadian is not a bona-fide cruiser. A few nights later, in the early hour of the morning, Sam hears a woman calling for help. The Canadian is holding an escort on the boat against her will. Sam sorts this situation out, fruitlessly searching the woman’s bag for the cash and credit cards that the Canadian claims she … [Read more...] about Heather by A.J. Sendall