Special Forces officer Mike Turcotte has paid his dues in battle and in blood. Now assigned to Area 51, he fights the toughest enemy of his career: the alien race who arrived on Earth millennia ago and have returned to claim the planet. Mike has dodged bullets and faced weapons of mass destruction to give humanity another day of reprieve. But when his lover, scientist Lisa Duncan, falls into evil hands, Mike must decide which prize means the most to him - the woman he loves or the legendary Grail.
"Martin Gollery (Narrator) should be avoided!"
What if the Shadow that destroyed Atlantis 10,000 years ago, comes back to threaten our present world? A war beyond time. An enemy beyond space. A thriller beyond your wildest dreams. Three areas on the Earth's surface defy explanation: the Bermuda Triangle, the Devil's Sea of Japan, and a small region of Cambodia. Inside these realms, planes have disappeared, ships have vanished, and, in Cambodia, an entire civilization has been lost leaving behind Angkor Wat....
"Narration from Grandma's Basement."
In Australia...a U.S. Air Force computer operator receives a terrifying radio transmission out of Ayers Rock that knocks out the world's communications. In New Mexico...a boozy college engineering professor is suddenly escorted into a waiting car by two armed military men. In New York...a tall, slender woman leaves her husband a note on the refrigerator saying that she's leaving -- but can't tell him where she's going. And in England...a beautiful twenty-three-year-old mathematician prepares for a journey that will change her life forever.
"bad bad bad"
The Writer's Conference Guide is designed to help writers reap the benefits from the time and money invested in a writer's conference in order to obtain optimal results. The strategies laid out are taken from our collective experience as authors, presenters, keynote speakers and publishers. Our goal is to help every writer, published and unpublished, make their conference experiences the best they can be and achieve their career goals.
It's the autumn of 1897, and men are flocking to the wild and woolly Yukon Territory in search of gold. But soldier-for-hire Tom Cannon had a different reason for making the hazardous trek north. The one-time cavalry officer has been hired to find Emmet Lawrence, a greenhorn who had gone to seek his fortune and then disappeared. Time and again, as Cannon searched the icy wastes and snow-capped mountains, he drew a blank. No one remembered Lawrence or knew where to find him.
Homicide Detective John Cooper has always followed the evidence to solve any case, until a mysterious caller makes him question that evidence. The murder cases he's working on are already solved, so John wonders what the phone calls have to do with them. The evidence proves the guilt of those involved, but the calls make him start to question the evidence and himself - for the first time in his career.
As Cory slaked his lust with yet another woman, he thought this one might be married, but he didn’t want to dwell too hard on that. Since he’d opened his vet practice in Whiskey Cove, women had thrown themselves at him and he’d given them what they wanted.
If you are interested in learning how to reduce stress and curb the instances of psychological reversal then you must get a copy of EFT: A Complete Guide to the Emotional Freedom Technique. With this book the reader is able to learn that and much more. The emotional freedom technique is a technique which allows the individual to use the meridian energy system of the body to get rid of stress.
"Should have read the other review!"
Writing a novel and getting it published: That's your goal. And nothing will keep you from making it happen. Such a goal, of course, presents a number of challenges. Make sure you have the tools you need to overcome them and succeed. In The Novel Writer's Toolkit, New York Times bestselling author Bob Mayer shares a veteran writer's hard-won advice with a style that's straight from the hip. He lays out the nuts and bolts of novel writing, along with guidelines for starting, finishing and revising your work.
"Lots of good information; hard to listen to"
Did you always want to learn a computer language, but were afraid would be too difficult? Or maybe you know other languages, but have heard of Python and wanted to try it? If you answered yes, then this audiobook is for you. This book is designed to have you educated and productive in the shortest amount of time possible.
PI Truman Smith has become a loner after failing to find his sister Jan during a recent search of Galveston Island. He jogs on the Seawall, plays with his cat, and reads lots of Faulkner books. He is pulled from his self-imposed retirement when his old high school football buddy Dino asks him to find a young girl named Sharon. As Tru begins his investigation, dead bodies begin to appear and Tru himself is attacked.
"Good start to a PI series"
Set in the dark heart of Africa, Rotters is a hard-core mix of biology, forensic science, military adventure and graphic zombie horror wrapped up in a leaking body bag. When a deadly new virus emerges in the Congo river basin of central Africa, Dr. Peter Barry must lead an elite military recon team deep into the heart of the rain forest in a desperate race against time to discover the source of the virus. Each step closer to their goal brings new revelations about the virus, themselves, and the unimaginable fact that zombies are real.
"A reasonable story ruined by a robotic performance"
You are probably asking yourself now, "Why do I need to have a success mindset if I already have other qualities to achieve greater heights in my endeavors?" Do not worry, because many people share this reaction. This is true especially for those who already have talents, natural abilities, charismatic personalities, and other resources that they can use to start racking up success. However, a success mindset, although often overlooked, is and will always be the controlling factor of everything you possess.
Write It Forward is a one-of-a-kind book focusing on you, the author. In Write It Forward, Bob Mayer applies the time-tested strategies of the Green Berets to the world of being a successful author. He has taught thousands of writers over the years, but this new and innovative program probes deeper than words on the page. It is designed to teach writers how to think, plan and become the future best-sellers of the new age of publishing.
"Great content, mechanical read"
In this groundbreaking guide to building an ethical economy, Peter Brown and his colleagues at the Quaker Institute for the Future show readers how a system that embodies the core Quaker principle of "right relationship" can deliver a more equitable and sustainable future.
Whether you have been published by a New York publisher, an independent press, an ePublisher, self-published or considering all of your options, this book contains all the information you need to make an informed decision about your career as an author in today's fast moving digital world. We start out with content and theory, giving you a feel for where the industry has been and where it is going. We cover the various types of publishing, goal setting and help you find where you fit in the 3 P's, and more.
"Perfect for writers"
Human beings have astonishing genetic vulnerabilities. More than half of us will die from complex diseases that trace directly to those vulnerabilities, and the modern world we've created places us at unprecedented risk from them. In It Takes a Genome, Greg Gibson posits a revolutionary new hypothesis: Our genome is out of equilibrium, both with itself and its environment. Simply put, our genes aren't coping well with modern culture.
Have you ever wondered what sets successful people apart from nonsuccessful people? Have you ever wondered whether there is a secret involved that no one is telling you? Maybe you attribute it to intelligence, better circumstances (money, growing up in privileged families, luck), education, or better looks. Yes, these things can help, but the real answer is nothing you can see right off the bat. What sets these people apart is mind-set.
Bravo Company is just a regular combat infantry unit,assigned to a humanitarian aid mission in Africa. When contact is lost with medical personnel investigating the outbreak of the Haet-Mombau virus, Bravo Company is hastily plunged into an emergency rescue mission that thrusts them directly into a battle with an enemy beyond their worst nightmares. Facing incredible odds, an unbelieving command, and a foe who refuses to die, the men of Bravo Company struggle to complete their mission and escape Africa alive.
Aristocrat Abbie Dennis has signed on as a reservation school teacher, searching for autonomy her soon to be ex will never allow her. She hasn't anticipated encountering a primitive place full of primitive passion or on dealing with the enigmatic and extraordinarily handsome silversmith, Cody Strawhand. And she certainly hadn't expected to be seduced by the Indian's way of life - and him.
"Story not bad"