Contrary to conventional wisdom, chronic disease is not genetically predetermined but results from a mismatch between our genes and environment and lifestyle. What we call a "disease" is the outcome of an imbalance in one or more of the seven core physiological processes. Leveraging a lifetime on the cutting edge of research and practice, Dr. Jeffrey S. Bland lays out a road map for good health by helping us understand these processes and the root causes of chronic illness.
How can people best develop their leadership skills to match their personality, to amplify their strengths, and to compensate for their weaknesses? This is the first book to answer this question with the latest version of the DiSC model of human behavior, which is one of the most widely used, most scientifically based, and most effective approaches to assessing and improving leadership styles and skills.
"Good info. A little lengthy"
In this follow-up to his best-selling Bitcoin Explained Simply, industry expert Mark Jeffrey now makes an argument for what Bitcoin actually means: how it will disrupt banking and other industries and why it is the greatest "store of value" ever invented.
It is still very early in the Bitcoin game: only 0.03% of the world owns bitcoins; we still have 99.97% left to go! Knowing the contents of this book is literally like knowing about the potential of the Internet back in 1993!
"What you need to know about Bitcoin"
This is the only in-depth look at the over 600 pulp short stories and novelettes published by famed mystery author Erle Stanley Gardner, who would go on to write the highly successful Perry Mason series. Gardner broke into the pulp magazine market in the 1920s and wrote continuously for them until the pulps folded during the second World War.
"A fascinating look into one an amazing writer"
These are short mysteries featuring US Grant during the Civil War. These previously published stories have appeared in a variety of book-length anthologies, and both on-line and print magazines. Each of the stories takes place prior to the first US Grant mystery novel, The Ambush of My Name.
A fun listen about the goings-on in a busy shopping mall that climax in murder in a department store. Is the scented vandalism connected with the murder? That's the question Marissa found herself trying to answer when the bloody body of the woman who stole her husband was found lying over her desk. Can Marissa keep herself from being charged with murder? That's the second question she needed to find an answer for - and fast.
Craig Rice, the author of fourteen novels, countless short stories, and a number of true crime pieces, once rivaled Agatha Christie in sales. She was on the cover of Time Magazine in 1946. However, the past fifty years have seen her fall into relative obscurity. Rice made for an interesting subject for a biography because nearly every identification point about the author was in dispute.
When Captain Benjamin Bantam is tapped to go back in time in order to retrieve a cure for the vicious Shadow plague, he is shocked to arrive in an alternate 1944 where electricity doesn't exist. Instead, a parallel past has mysteriously arisen - complete with parasols, stunningly luxurious Aerotels, hydrologic computing, Helux-powered "cloud growlers" and a space elevator-based moon race with Germany. And of course, there is the lovely Dr. Rachelle Archenstone....
"You need to discover this author!"
America in the 1950s was a place of Eisenhower, the Korean Conflict, McCarthy, and Sputnik. Women found themselves trapped into a mold of Donna Reed and June Cleaver, marginalized by the hyper-masculinity of the age. Mystery fiction had become a male bastion as well, promoting hardboiled private eye novels and spy fiction. It would be another three decades before groups to promote equality between the sexes in mystery fiction appeared.
This collection represents some of the best short stories written by Jeffrey Marks, the Edgar, Anthony, and Agatha-nominated author. His short works have appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies, and this collection represents some of his award winning works including stories collected in his DWAA-nominated Canine Crimes, Canine Chistmas, and other publications.
The only audiobook designed to help authors learn about how to market their own genre fiction titles, it's a wealth of knowledge on how to approach the ever changing market of book promotions. Written by Jeffrey Marks, who holds an MBA and has worked in marketing, he walks the author through the basics of marketing from websites and press kits to touring and nominations. Marks is the long time moderator of MurderMustAdvertise, a website and Yahoo Group dedicated to marketing genre fiction.
"War and Words" by Hendrik Hertzberg, "Trump v. Trump" by Mark Singer; "Postscript" by Paul Rudnick; "The Believer" by Jeffrey Goldberg; "Million-Dollar Murray" by Malcolm Gladwell; "Bauer Power" by Nancy Franklin; and "Home and Abroad" by David Denby.