Ever wonder why a guy does what he does and why it seems so counterintuitive? Here your questions will not only be answered, but you'll learn valuable tools to help implement those skills. You'll see almost immediate results.
"It should have been narrated by a male"
You can never get too comfortable in your relationships, or in life, really. There are things that should be done to keep the fire ablaze to make sure that you are the only one he sees.
It's no secret that men love sex. But it's more than just the act of doing it that gets them revved up. There's a science and some secrets that women need to know. This book is for any woman, whether you're married or single. This is a great reference to get down and dirty in a way that will have him thinking that you really get what he wants and needs.
With the advent of social media, the art of communication with men is taken to a new level. The devices that were invented as a means to efficiency were revolutionary in another way. I wonder if the inventors knew they were changing the way we communicate with the opposite sex and for that matter, with anyone, forever.
You can live the life you want anywhere in the world. You can be a digital homesteader. Thanks to digital technology such as social media, you can connect with the people who will help you, buy your products and services and provide inspiration as you pursue your frontier.
Blood On The Ceiling: The Awesome Calamities of Addiction and the Miracle of Recovery is a riveting, no-punches-held, inside look at Nelson Trout's excursion into the dark, lonely, and scary world of drug and alcohol abuse and addiction. Blood On The Ceiling is a once-in-a-lifetime audiobook which explores, in brutal detail, the kind of hellish existence that often accompanies life in the fast lane of drugs, partying and the eventual isolation that comes with this terrible addiction.
"I love Michael Ray Davis' voice"
Nelson Algren reading from The Man With the Golden Arm, James Jones reading from The Thin Red Line, John Updike reading “Lifeguard” from Pigeon Feathers and Other, Bernard Malamud reading from “The Mourners” from The Magic Barrre.