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A MAN CALLED REGRET is a Southern-flavored romance with a little bit of suspense, a little bit of historical mystery, and a lot of smoldering.
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Thomas H. Jones a rugged fugitive from Wilmington, North
Carolina. Thomas, better known as “Uncle Tom”, reflects on his youth as the
servant of a storekeeper. Tom’s boyish spirit is confronted with a number of
disappointments; however, he never looses sight of his goal to be free. The
adventures of ‘Uncle Tom’ detail the nature of a young man full of wit,
character and resourcefulness to out “fox” his ill-tempered master.
Do you go nuts if the hangers aren't all facing in the same direction? Refuse to take the top newspaper on a stack (even if it's in perfect condition)? Insist on the toilet paper hanging toward the front? Touch the wall behind a Wet Paint sign to see if it really is? You're not alone. Laugh. Chortle. And gasp at people's quirks.
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Learn all about acupuncture and herbal medicine from this 3 CD
audio program featuring acupuncturist Dr. Steven Juenke. Topics include: how an
acupuncturist is educated and certified, how acupuncture works, how conditions
are evaluated and diagnosed, the relationship between eastern and western
medicine, and much more. Audiotopics is the listen-and-learn series that lets
you get the benefit of top quality consultation from seasoned professionals in
the comfort of your home, car, or office.
The first in our home repair and maintenance series, Ask a Plumber is 3-1/2
hours of conversation with a 27-year veteran plumber. In a fun and relaxed
manner, your host and guest go through the entire hours explaining water and gas
systems and fixtures giving fixit and maintenance tips. This should be in your
home repair library. The lessons you learn will immediately save you hundreds of
dollars in plumber house calls.
Protect yourself, your home, and your family from dangerous people.
This 3-CD audio set features security expert Gary Cunningham who has more than
30 years of military, police, and personal protection experience. Topics
include: How to get personal protection training, staying safe at home, staying
safe when traveling, keeping kids safe, protecting the elderly, being a good
witness, handling weapons, and more.
Pump up your inner skier as you head for the hills with this
2-CD audio program featuring top rated PSIA instructor Bryan Olson. This program
is for all levels of skier but focuses on 10% beginner, 50% intermediate, and
40% advanced. Topics include: fundamentals of contemporary ski instruction,
handling a variety of conditions, handling a variety of terrain, skiing moguls,
skiing wet and dry powder, analyzing the parallel turn, and much more.
Taxes don't just happen in April. Good tax planning happens all year. Have
you wondered how much money you could save if you better understood tax
planning? In this 2-1/2 audio program, 32-year veteran Certified Public
Accountant Sue Bishop answers dozens of frequently asked questions from
listeners around the country, takes us through her top ten list of good tax
planning tips, then walks us through the tax filing process, explaining all
those terms we've always wondered about, and compares online filing to
traditional paper filing.
When Hurricane Katrina tore through New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, hundreds of thousands were left behind to suffer the ravages
of destruction, disease, and even death. The majority of these people were black; nearly all were poor. The federal government's slow
response to local appeals for help is by now notorious. Yet despite the cries of outrage that have mounted since the levees broke, we
have failed to confront the disaster's true lesson: to be poor, or black, in today's ownership society, is to be left behind.
Displaying the intellectual rigor, political passion, and personal empathy that have won him fans across the color line, Michael Eric
Dyson offers a searing assessment of the meaning of Hurricane Katrina. Combining interviews with survivors of the disaster with his
deep knowledge of black migrations and government policy over decades, Dyson provides the historical context that has been sorely
missing from public conversation. He explores the legacy of black suffering in America since slavery, including the shocking ways that
black people are framed in the national consciousness even today.
With this call-to-action, Dyson warns us that we can only find redemption as a society if we acknowledge that Katrina was more than
an engineering or emergency response failure. From the TV newsroom to the Capitol Building to the backyard, we must change the
ways we relate to the black and the poor among us.What's at stake is no less than the future of democracy.
Moses Fleetwood Walker was the first black American to play baseball in a
major league. But Walker is more than a footnote: his life demonstrates both
the devastation of racism and the role of baseball as a symbol of the nation.
Walker achieved college baseball stardom while he was a student at Oberlin
College in the 1880s. As Walker's athletic ability earned success on the
playing field, racial attitudes were hardening and segregation was becoming
the pattern of American society, both on the field and off. Teammates as well
as opponents harassed him; Cap Anson, the Chicago White Stockings star, is
credited with driving Walker and the few other blacks in the major leagues out
of the game but could not have done so alone. Walker's life was defined as
much by the fact that he was part white as it was by his black heritage. His
attempts to reconcile his Anglo and African aspects left him in glorious
disarray. Although acquitted of a murder on the grounds of self-defense, he
eventually served time in prison on a federal mail robbery conviction. A
gifted athlete, an inventor, a civil rights activist, an author, and an
entrepreneur, Walker lived precariously along the fault lines of America's
racial dilemma. He died in 1924 after a life of thwarted ambition and talent,
frustrated by both the American dream and the national pastime.
Frederick Douglass, prominent abolitionist, civil rights
activist and reform journalist, was
raised in the malicious system of slavery. Frederick was brought to the nearby
plantation of Colonel Edward Lloyd. Two years later he was moved to Baltimore to
the household of Hugh and Sophia Auld, where he remained for the next seven
Eventually, Frederick secretly learned to read and write, despite the laws
literacy, studied discarded newspapers, and became knowledgeable about the
debate over slavery. After an unsuccessful attempt to buy his freedom, Frederick
from slavery in September 1838. Soon after arriving in New Bedford, Frederick
remarks at an August 1841 convention of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society
Nantucket Island brought him to the attention of Garrison, a leading white
he matured as an antislavery lecturer, his keen mind even led some to question
he had ever been a slave. To counter doubts about his life experience as a
Douglass wrote an autobiography providing full details of his life, in the
winter of 1844-
1845. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas, an American Slave, is an
journey into the atrocious system of slavery, and the inspirational triumph
insurmountable odds. Legacy Audio is proud to present this audio book production
“Frederick Douglass: Narrative of an American Slave”.
Listening to the meditation on this CD will enable you to awaken the power
within you so that you can return to your origin
of love. In this space you can create what you truly want and deserve. The angel
messages throughout this meditation will
help you feel your essence of love so you are lifted up beyond what you believed
before. Feel the calmness and love descend
into your being as you breathe in the music and messages so that your heart can
expand to overflowing with divine love,
thus allowing you to align with your own inborn healing power.
Most people set out unequipped to achieve. Just as there are
that govern nature, there are laws that govern performance and achievement.
Unfortunately, people are either unaware of them, and therefore do not align
themselves accordingly, or they simply are not applying them. As a result,
many people chase after goals, but find that the results they desire
constantly elude them.
Available on 3 Audio CD's or Hardcover
Law School Bible
Leaderistics is considered by thousands of participants as the
most practical and effective personal and professional development program
available. Learn how to use Leaderistics --- "Leadership of
Yourself" --- to create personal and organizational effectiveness you never
thought possible. Dr. Doster guides you through simple and proven
techniques for succeeding at "working with and through others to identify
and achieve common goals." Discover how Leaderistics has improved
lives and created "market tough" organizations by providing solutions
for coping with daily, real world issues. Become proficient at developing
ability, willingness, and commitment to achieving personal and professional
goals in yourself and others.
"An excellent whodunit ... a first class mystery that combines elements of Michael Crichton, Patricia Cornwell, and even Edna Buchanan." ~ Booklist Mystery Showcase, American Library Assn.
Available as a softcover book or HTML file on floppy
Available as a softcover book or HTML file on floppy
Writing fiction is as close to godhood as mere mortals can
get. Unfortunately, at some point in almost every writer's life, the spark of
creation fizzles and the magic is lost, along with income, prestige, and
self-worth. These fiction writers, most of whom are published and rely on
royalties to pay their bills, suddenly find themselves wondering what went wrong
and blaming themselves for losing the magic, yet at the same time they are
helpless to break out of their doldrums.
A collection of poems which span the years 1940 to 1999.
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You are about to learn the secrets that I've discovered over the past twenty-five years.
Each one is laid out very simply and every attempt has been made to not waste your precious time
how to deal with unreasonable people
I wrote this little ebook because so many people have asked me what the secrets of my success were.
My wish is that you can benefit and tap into the sources I found to work.
If you find help in just one important area of your life, this has been worthwhile for me, as well as you.
Do you work for yourself? Have you thought about it? Either way,
this program is for you. This 2-1/2 hour audio program features CPA Sue Bishop
who has served more than 500 small business clients for the last 30 years. She
describes how to decide what kind of business entity to be, the differences
between sole proprietorship, LLC, Sub-S, and C-corporations. You'll learn about
how to pay yourself and how to pay employees, how to deal with business
registration and sales tax, how to set up business accounts, keep records, and
understand the way the IRS looks at small businesses and how to avoid audits.
This book is available as a Softcopy or EBook.
For half a century from its publication in 1901 Up from
Slavery was the best known book written by an African American. The life of
ex-slave Booker T. Washington embodied the legendary rise of American self-made
man, and his autobiography gave prominence for the first time to the voice of a
group which had to pull itself up from nothing. From behind the mask of the
humble, plainspoken schoolmaster come hints that reveal Washington as the
ambitious and tough-minded analyst, a man who had to balance the demands of
blacks with the constraints imposed on him by whites.