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December 25, 2018

Finding your Best Match

"Finding your Best Match: The SIngles' Guide to a Marriage or Relationship that Works" by Dr. Steven Armadi

Love, who hasn’t heard a thing or two about that word or experienced the joy of gaining or the pain of loosing it? As a matter of fact, it is one word that has been used by many but almost always misunderstood by many more. To some, it is that mushy feeling you get when you’re sitting arm in arm with the man or woman of your dreams, while to some others, it is all they need in a man or woman to make them theirs forever. Whatever be your definition of that word, love as a feeling is never enough to help you decide on whom to marry or get in a long term relationship with. Much more than that feeling is the need for compatibility and that is exactly what this book is out to explore. In this book, FINDING YOUR BEST MATCH: the singles guide to a marriage or relationship that works, you will learn about the various aspects of compatibility that you need to look out for when making the choice of a long term partner. You also will learn how best to work out your compatibility issues with your spouse in a case where you're already married. This book will sure open your eyes to the mistakes you've been making in your previous choices of a partner and how best to avoid them and stir you in the right direction. This book, Finding your best match: the singles guide to a marriage or relationship that works will teach you: -What to look out for in a potential mate - How to determine who's right or wrong for you -Basic questions to ask when out on a date

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December 23, 2018

Tear Down and Die

"Tear Down and Die" by Joanna Campbell Slan

First in a new series. After her parents die within six months of each other and her son goes off to college, savvy entrepreneur Cara Mia Delgatto decides to construct a new life for herself. A road trip leads to her grandfather's home on the picturesque Treasure Coast of Florida, where she impulsively snaps up a "tear down," a building scheduled for the wrecking ball--only to discover it's already occupied by a fresh corpse. While Detective Lou Murray tries to nail the killer to the wall, Cara Mia enlists the help of two new friends to open a store specializing in one-of-a-kind, recycled, and repurposed items. But before she can get down to brass tacks, Cara Mia decides to help Lou figure out "whodunit," because she's been painted into the picture as one of the prime suspects. To make matters more complicated, tensions are building with Cooper Rivers, an old boyfriend. Cara Mia wonders whether her second chance at love will pan out--or if her carefully constructed fantasies will lead her to a new life behind bars. Includes Crafts-Skye Blue's Sparkling Votives and Recipes-MJ Austin's Pineapple Casserole, Skye Blue's Broccoli Soup, and Cara Mia Delgatto's Clams in Garlic Wine Broth. 

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December 11, 2018

Reptillia

"Reptillia: The Beginning" by Yusuf Ibn Sirin Al-Jassasah

Born to a single mother is granted asylum and settles in Greater Manchester, Abdul-Hakeem Nawabi struggles to assimilate himself within British society. Until he studies the history of the British Empire and his heritage. Empowered by the 'darker side' of nature, his experiences help meta-morph a 'Krypto-Knight' ideology. But with the rampant rise of the far-right (The Arctic Wolves); and both factions competing for influence and power; where does 'Reptillia' fit into all this? What does HE want?! DISCLAIMER: Philosophical storyline with an intrinsic link between two great religions BUT certain scenes are very violent/graphic! This story has been drawn from personal experiences of the author and contains historical world-changing events.

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December 9, 2018

The Learning Driven Organization Model

"The Learning Driven Organization Model: An Ecosystem for Organizational Learning" by Alaa Garad , Jeff Gold

Have you ever thought of why companies like Apple, Microsoft, and Xerox are great companies and why they have sustained excellence over the years? Or why some countries like Finland, Norway, and Denmark have some of the best public services in the world, keeping them at the top of the world happiness index for decades? And why some individuals are achieving better results than others?  On the other hand, have you thought of why 50% of the Fortune 500 disappear every 10 years? Or why some countries stagnate in the same place for decades, sometimes becoming worse in every aspect? It is not only about leadership, not only about people, not about technology, and not just about fortune. So, what is it? 

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