Mojo is the moment when we do something that’s purposeful, powerful, and positive and the rest of the world recognizes it. This book is about that moment—and how we can create it in our lives, maintain it, and recapture it when we need it.
"Some Good, Some Bad, Some In Between"
Hap and Leonard return in this incredible, mad-dash thriller, loaded with crack addicts, a serial killer, and a body count. In the second installment of the Hap and Leonard series, Leonard is still nursing the injuries he sustained in the duo's last wild undertaking when he learns that his Uncle Chester has passed. Hap is of course going to be there for his best friend and offers to help clean Uncle Chester's dilapidated house, which Leonard has inherited.
"Joe Lansdale just rocks."
When a female attorney relocates to the quaint town of Mojo, Louisiana to take over the practice of a dead man, she thinks the welcome gift on her office doorstep is sweet...until she opens it to find a voodoo doll! After a horrible death occurs that's a little too close for comfort, she can no longer ignore the power of the evil doll...and frantically realizes her secret past might be catching up with her.
"omg love this series"
In Deep Voodoo is a rollicking romantic mystery! Start with bad mojo, add a pinprick of revenge, and watch things boil over…A woman receives a voodoo doll of her lying cheating ex-husband as a gag gift at her divorce party, and vents her frustration by stabbing it with a pin. But later when he's found stabbed to death, she doesn't have to be told she's managed to land herself In Deep Voodoo!
"Loved the book, hated the narrator!!"
This book will help you to discover how to take the first steps towards achieving your dream business with authenticity. Pat Duckworth provides you with practical exercises to ignite your entrepreneurial mojo. Learn from the stories of inspirational midlife entrepreneurs who have overcome obstacles to live authentically fulfilled lives.
"Started strong but slowed considerably"
In Paris' Pre-Lachaise cemetery, Jim Morrison's graffiti-scrawled tombstone is a place of pilgrimage for local devotees, adolescent hedonists, and wayward backpackers alike. Found dead in his bathtub aged only 27, having achieved worldwide stardom as lead singer of The Doors, Morrison was quickly immortalized amongt the rock and roll deities such as Hendrix and Joplin. In death, however, this debauched "rock poet" remained more stubbornly enigmatic than ever.
Mojo is trying to enjoy her lovely new home, courtesy of her wealthy sister, Greer, but she'd rather be back in her apartment over Bad-Ass Bert's Biker Saloon in Cave Creek, Arizona. Life was a lot simpler then. Now her sexy cop boyfriend can't seem to let go of his past, while her sister's being blackmailed for secrets in hers. And Mojo's stuck in the middle again. Then there's the ghost who comes to her for help...and the threats being made against the still-living.
"Enjoyable amateur ghost-seeing sleuth, plus sex."
Amy Morford is a dog whisperer. She's been training dogs for more than two decades and understands what makes your dog tick. How to Speak Dog provides a general overview of dog behavior before specifically focusing in on training solutions for six of the most common dog misbehaviors: aggression, digging, nuisance barking, fear biting, submissive urination, and separation anxiety. Morford understands that not everyone understands "dog talk" so she kicks off by introducing basic obedience training methods. She explains each training situation by breaking it down into chronological micro-steps.
After a long climb to the pinnacle of the hospitality industry, Chip Conley - CEO and founder of Joie de Vivre Hospitality - was rocked to his foundation by a dramatic economic downturn. His company was suddenly undercapitalized and overexposed in the post-dot.com, post 9/11 economy. This desperate situation made Conley reaffirm his belief in psychologist Abraham Maslow's iconic concept of the Hierarchy of Needs and rely on Maslow's theory of human motivation to help his business flourish once more.
"Aggregation of knowledge"
In American Mojo: Lost and Found, Peter D. Kiernan, the award-winning author of the New York Times best-seller Becoming China's Bitch, focuses on America's greatest challenge and opportunity: restoring the middle class to its full promise and potential. Our educated, skilled, and motivated middle class was the cornerstone of America's postwar economic might, but the country's dynamic core has struggled and changed dramatically through the last three decades.
Here we present to you with three audiobook summaries on the topic. Each audio file has been compressed down to 10 minutes—the perfect length to grasp the book’s main ideas and put you ahead of the pack.
Erectile dysfunction is not unusual to most men, mostly when they are under stress or anxiety. However, when it persists and the experience extends for a questionable period, a person is supposed to get medical assistance to check what is going on in the body and hence rectify the condition to get a comfortable life back. Getting the help is not that easy - not that it is not available but because people lack the courage to speak about the issue even with their partners.
"Middle school. Term paper ?"
Today on O&A, Ricky Martin announces that he's gay. A Christian militia plotted to kill cops. It's raining a lot in New York. We discuss illegal immigrants. Comedian Rich Vos joins the show. Rich and his wife get into a big fight and Rich talks about his marriage. Rich has a large wallet. We discuss the US census and how expensive it is to promote. We talk about health care. Rosie O'Donnell compares health care to geometry. Sam talks about the Morning Mash Up.
"Big Oil Loses Its Mojo" is from the February 07, 2017 Markets section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Spencer Jakab and narrated by Alexander Quincy.
"Twitter’s Troubles and Snap’s Appeal: It’s All About the Mojo" is from the October 11, 2016 Technology section of The New York Times. It was written by Steven Davidoff Solomon and narrated by Caroline Miller.
Mojo and his friends just want to have some fun and explore the forest and enjoy the water park at Lizard's Rock. As it turns out, they have a very big surprise that day.
All Dylan wants is mojo. What is mojo? It's power. The ability to command respect. It's everything Dylan doesn't have. He gets no respect at school, and when he finds the dead body of a classmate, even the police push him around. All the thanks he gets for trying to help the investigation with his crime-drama skills is a new nickname at school: Body Bag. So when Dylan hears about a missing rich girl from the other side of town, he jumps at the chance to dive into this mystery. Surely if he cracks a case involving a girl this beautiful and this rich, he'll get the mojo he's looking for.
Losing her memory in a mysterious tragedy years before left Mojo Sheepshanks not knowing who she is or how to get on with her life. Now the wisecracking Mojo, who hangs out at Bad-Ass Bert's Biker Saloon in Cave Creek, Arizona, suddenly begins seeing ghosts...and discovering clues to her real identity. Meanwhile, sexy cop Tucker Darroch has her heart racing and her passions revved up to maximum overdrive, but is it safe to let go and love the man? Really love him?
"Smart, Funny but Not Silly"
Mojo receives a call from "The Whistle Stop Hobby Shop". He's told his pocket watch has arrived. It's a gift from someone named "Rufus". But the pocket watch has no hands or numbers, just an opaque face that reminds Mojo of a zombie's eye. Mojo is mistaken for the detective, Rufus. He's hired to find Angelina, the missing sister of Philadelphia gangster Tony Rizzo. By using his watch as a portal, Mojo is able to look beyond the veils of this world, and he traces Angelina to a mysterious train.
"Mojo Sam the Voodoo Man"
German Shepherds fall in the category of "herding group" and they are working dogs that were originally developed to become guard and herding dogs. The military and police worldwide frequently use these dogs because of their obedience capabilities, intelligence and noteworthy strength, all of which they are famous for. It has been said that because of their protective and exceptionally loyal nature, German Shepherds are one of the breeds most often registered with the American Kennel Club.