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Sunday
May042014

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Learn to Juggle in One Hour

A quick read.

Rick Phillips teaches people to juggle in the Atlanta Georgia area. Phillips uses methods that can make you a juggler within one hour - just like the people he teaches. You can read that method in this SHORT book that strips down the juggling experience to the very basics.

Phillips brings to readers awareness the research that shows that people who learn to juggle actually grow new brain tissue - waking up the brain - and other health benefits of juggling. He also shows that simply being a `regular' juggler - can present opportunities to earn cash too. Without question, this book should be your first choice to learn juggling.

Sunday
Mar302014

Kindle Free Pick of the Week - Now They Tell Me: 50 Life Lessons I Didn't Learn In School

“Now They Tell Me: 50 Life Lessons I Didn’t Learn in School” is a funny and entertaining guide to work, love, family, sex, and religion. Every person trying to keep up with the ever-changing demands of modern life needs to read this humorous and provocative book.

Ed Harris provides a hilarious account of how formal education failed to prepare the author for the real world. Despite academic success, he was often a complete idiot outside of a classroom. When it came to typical adult challenges, such as finding a satisfying job or being a competent partner in a romantic relationship, he was clueless. He was even fired as a shopping mall Santa, as told in one of the most amusing chapters.

Sunday
Feb092014

Kindle Free Pick of the Week - The Key

How about a romantic thriller pick just in time for Valentine's Day?

***Winner - Curvy Book Award 2013: Best Overall Small Press***                 

His father's kingdom is on the brink of upheaval and at the center of it all is an ordinary girl who could be the key to its undoing. When faced with the ultimate choice, will he choose the girl he's falling in love with or the kingdom he has sworn to protect?

An ordinary girl with an extraordinary past... All she wants is to be free. What she doesn't realize is that freedom comes with a price she can't afford to pay. She's forced to accept the proposal of a prince she despises, even though her heart belongs to someone else... his brother
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Sunday
Feb022014

Kindle Free Pick of the Week - 50 Big Ideas You Really Need to Know

50 Big Ideas You Really Need to Know is a concise, accessible and popular guide to the central tenets of Western thought. Every important principle of philosophy, religion, politics, economics, the arts and the sciences is profiled in a series of short illustrated essays, complemented by an informative array of timelines and box features.

Sunday
Jan262014

Kindle Free Pick of the Week - Alaska Traveler: Dispatches from America's Last Frontier 

Dana Stabenow was born in Alaska before Statehood, grew up on and around fishing boats, worked for an air taxi service, a cannery, and later, on the oilfields of the North Slope. Today, she's an Edgar-award winning mystery writer with over 25 Alaska-based novels to her credit. Stabenow knows Alaska.

Writing for Alaska Magazine, she revisits old haunts and explores new ones to capture the vital pioneering spirit of her home state. From cruising the Inner Passage to hiking the Chilkoot Trail, bidding on bachelors at Talkeetna's Winterfest, to a behind-the-scenes look at the Iditarod sled dog race, Alaska Traveler collects over 50 of Stabenow's columns about life on America's last frontier. It's Alaska in all seasons—not just the summer months—and in all its quirky, iconoclastic glory.

Travelers planning a trip to Alaska will find much to inspire them, as will those just interested to read more about the state that residents call The Great Land.