Running a successful landscape contractor company is a juggling act. You need expertise in your area of landscaping to provide services to clients. You also need the know-how to run a small business. You have probably been well-prepared by your education and experience for the technical ins and outs of running a landscape contracting company. Yet what training has prepared you to run a business?
"Great as always"
This book, one of Mark Twain's first, is a hilarious, sometimes biting account of the author's travels through France, Italy, Greece, Russia, Palestine, Turkey, and Egypt. His wry observations pepper the narrative with humor, while at the same time making pertinent comments on the human condition.
As the result of Victor Frankenstein's creation of a monster out of the remains of human corpses, a series of horrifying events occur. But who is responsible: the creature or his creator?
"A wonderful story..."
Olga, Masha, and Irina lead a drab life in a provincial garrison town. Their love lives and marriages leave a lot to be desired, and they dream of eventually escaping to Moscow. Some critics called this the best drama of the 20th century.
This book will give you all of the information you require to create an online reputation for your company and a sales funnel that will produce pre-qualified and pre-sold leads and bring them through the pre-sales process until they become your client! You will be able to create your niche and eliminate your competition. Last year's book received international attention from contractors all over the world.
Rachel Innes rents a summer house that is full of hidden rooms and sinister happenings. Chilling horror, romance, and rollicking humor permeate this suspenseful mystery novel.
The gentle, unassuming cleric ferrets out the guilty in such mysteries as "The Blue Cross", "The Honour of Israel Gow", "The Hammer of God", "The Queer Feet", "The Flying Stars", "The Secret Garden", "The Eye of Apollo", "The Invisible Man", "The Wrong Shape", "The Sins of Prince Saradine", "The Sign of the Broken Sword", and "The Three Tools of Death".
This classic thriller, set in England prior to World War II, involves murder, mystery, a country-wide chase, espionage and international intrigue.
A woman seeks love and the fulfillment of her essential nature outside of her stuffy, middle-class marriage. Although this book shocked the readers of 1899, it ultimately paved the way for the modern novel.
This book served as the world's introduction to the tales of the great Sherlock Holmes, as told by his new roommate and future chronicler, Dr. Watson. Their first case involves a murder in London, Mormons, and myriad complications.
Princess Daffodil's gift of spreading flowers had its drawbacks until the King discovered the Magic Hill! The "Adventure" stories bring us into the warm, whimsical world of the Green Forest, the Smiling Pond, and the Purple Mountains.
Self-made cotton mill owner and braggart Josiah Bounderby marries Thomas Gradgrind's daughter, Louisa. He later accuses a dismissed laborer of stealing from his bank, but the culprit's identity is revealed as a surprise to everyone! This Dickens tale, about the pratfalls of utilitarianism and the gifts of joy and love, is an underappreciated classic.
Henry VIII folis a plot by the scheming Cardinal Wolsey and rejects his 20-year marriage with the tragic Katherine of Aragon. All the while he is keeping his wandering eye on the beautiful Anne Boleyn.
Hostile invading Martians wreak havoc and destruction in England. This science-fiction classic has terrified generations of readers!
In the grand finale to the Barchester novels, the proud curate Mr. Crawley is accused of theft, and many familiar characters take sides. Bishop and Mrs. Proudie, Archdeacon and Mrs. Grantly, Reverend Harding, the Thornes, the Greshams, Lady Lufton, Johnny Eames, and Lily Dale are among those involved in this tale of pathos, intrigue, and love, which frequently leads to laughter.
"get the other one"
If you are a remodeler or home building contractor wanting to get found online and make more sales, you must begin with a solid online presence. Author Martin Holsinger shows exactly how to apply the principles of online marketing to your business with today's online technology.
In this, Willa Cather's first novel, a successful bridge builder is torn between his beloved, charming wife and a beautiful Irish actress who had been his first love and has now returned to enchant and disrupt his life.
The Countess of Cardigan shares her life and loves and along the way lets us in on some scandals that absolutely shocked Victorian England at the time. A fun fact: the Countess' husband, the Earl of Cardigan, was the gentleman who in 1854 led the famous Charge of the Light Brigade during the Crimean War.
In this first book of "The Forsyte Saga", Galsworthy paints a vivid portrait of a wealthy and ambitious London family at the turn of the century. Interwoven with this is the ill-fated romance of Irene and Bossiny.
"Do Not get this Story!!"
Girls will be boys as Shakespeare transplants the sophisticated denizens of the court into the starkly simle Forest of Arden. Witty clowns woo country wenches and philosphers wax melancholic as Rosiland follows her heart and Love conquers everybody!