Book of Month

April 3, 2018

Neon Necropolis

"Neon Necropolis. Volume 0: For VIP" by Vincent O'Thor

Hello, Human. Welcome to our beautiful city. Your journey begins here. You entered the city of high technology, techno-magic and powerful corporations. The city is spread widely. From a cozy quarter on one side to a mysterious wasteland on the other. This city is full of people who are swarming in it's huge body. Large ripe acorns. The Lord loves acorns. They are long dead, and larvae of oblivion yell in the bodies of they. They are all dead. The Tower of the Hotel was an exclamation mark in this story.  But it's only the beginning for you.  Let me introduce you to Melanie. Let me introduce you the main heroine of today's performance.  This is Melanie, and she is glad to welcome you. Melanie is the best elite courier in this City. She will deliver anything and anywhere. Even snow at the summer, if you wanna.

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April 2, 2018

Etiquette and Protocol

"Etiquette and Protocol: The Art of Unlimited Access" by Dr. Jose De La Rosa

The foundation of proper etiquette is behavior that is accepted as gracious and polite in social, professional, and family situations. Good manners can mean the difference between success and failure in many aspects of life. Knowing and exhibiting proper etiquette is essential to any civilization. Therefore I invite you to get this extraordinary book which will help you gain unlimited access to all society and culture.

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April 2, 2018

Waiting On God Sucks

"Waiting On God Sucks" by Tjay Bagwell

If God is so good why do you feel so bad? If you have invested in God but have yet to feel the results of that investment then this book is for you. While you're waiting on his blessings it can feel like you've been manipulated or tricked; I know how hard that wait is. This book will encourage you, let you know you aren't alone, and help you feel better while you wait.  I know it feels like others are experiencing more fun and living a more exciting life while you're handcuffed to the commitments that you've made to God.  You're not going to get any argument from me telling you that you're wrong to feel that way.  I know what a letdown it is to read in the Bible how God is supposed to love, protect and support you if you dedicate yourself to him, then struggle everyday with loneliness, confusion, and boredom.  I've been right where you are; it feels like your parents, preachers, teachers, and even God himself, has tricked you.  You're a teen or young adult that has been promised a fulfilling, abundant life, but what you've experienced in your Christian walk hasn't matched what you've been taught. 

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April 2, 2018

Mind Your Business

"Mind Your Business" by  Anthea Davidson-Jarrett

| Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | A diary for Your future; using Symbols instead of words. Everywhere You look, the media have injected their consumerism agenda into Your mind with imagery, logos, adverts, jingles… the list goes on. Buy this, do that, look like this, think like that etc, etc. What You constantly think about is what You ultimately attract so why not program Your own Mind instead of allowing it to be programmed unknowingly or subconsciously by others trained to do so! This book provides a haven for You to explore the unique Genius in You by creating your own imagery, logos, adverts and reminders of what You truly want to manifest! Jam packed with colourful imagery and guidance of how to design Your own programmable images, Mind You Business is truly a gift You should invest for Your Self and those You love and cherish. "That's where the magic lies, in the thoughts and feelings! The Mind is a Magical place, which births all we see physically today. Alongside perseverance, tenacity and a little sweat, absolutely anything is possible when You truly Mind Your Business."

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