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Free Book Friday Non-Fiction!

The Hunt by David Farbman

Do you consider yourself a hunter? If you have you ever dated, played sports, or held a job, then your answer should be yes. We are always hunting—trying to track down and take the things we want, the things that will make our life bigger, better, safer; more satisfying, exciting, and just plain fun.

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Sam Feels Better Now by Jill Osborne

Sam saw something awful and scary! Ms. Carol, a special therapist, will show Sam how to feel better. Children can help Sam feel better too by using drawings, play, and storytelling activities. They will be able to identify and manage their own feelings and difficulties in their lives following a traumatic event, crisis, or grief.

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Cure Overwhelm Now by Travis Cody

What if you could add at least 2 free hours to your day, in 60 seconds or less? It’s possible and in Cure Overwhelm Now bestselling Author Travis Cody shows you his unique, easy-to-follow system called “The Overwhelm Cure.” Follow along and you too will become “time rich”, instead of crunched for time. Isn’t it time you got back to doing the things you loved to do?

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The Pact: Messages from The Other Side by Barbara Sinor

“The Pact: Messages from the Other Side” takes the reader on an adventure through time while weaving tales of love and determination. A vow between the author and her husband finds us tracing the steps of present and past lifetimes devoted to uncovering the mysterious cycles of life, birth, death, and rebirth.

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King Arthur’s Children by Tyler Tichelaar

Depending on which version of the legend you read, he had both sons and daughters, some of whom even survived him. From the ancient tale of Gwydre, the son who was gored to death by a boar, to Scottish traditions of Mordred as a beloved king, Tyler R. Tichelaar has studied all the references to King Arthur’s children to show how they shed light upon a legend that has intrigued generations.

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Hottest New Artist edited by Paul Spencer

Trying to find your place in the music industry? This exclusive in depth look at the entertainment industry for aspiring talent can surely help, with info on finding a agent, music submission, & much more! It also features the bio & story of talented indie artists, like Matthew Schultz, Annelise Collette, America’s Got Talent quarterfinalists American Hitmen, & 30+ others to help guide you along.

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Coping With Physical Loss and Disability by Rick Ritter

This workbook provides more than 50 questions and exercises designed to empower those with physical loss and disability to better understand and accept their ongoing processes of loss and recovery. The exercises in “Coping with Physical Loss and Disability” were distilled from twenty years of clinical social work experience.

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