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Selena Gomez – From Hit Singer To Popular Actress, A Look At The Incredible Life Of Selena Gomez (selena gomez disney child star series kindle book, selena … book, selena gomez singer and actress)

by Ace McCloud


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Everything you ever wanted to know about Selena Gomez. From what her life was like growing up, her acting career with Disney, her singing career, her love life, her new hit album, and much more. From beloved child star to super star singer and actress, this book brings you along for all the exciting moments in Selena Gomez’s life.

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The Boogie Man Is My Friend: The Rookies

by Kathryn Loving

Law enforcement officials should be held high and embraced by the public. However, first they have to deserve it by sweat equity. A peace officer just doesn’t walk into a uniform and have respect. They earn it. The process starts at the rookie stage.

The days with the rookies were some of the most memorable ones during patrol. There are trials, errors, funny moments, and the extraordinary. I prided myself when they progressed through the program equipped with the knowledge and skills to grow into a quality officer. On the flip side, I also beat myself up when I was not at my personal best because of some outside influence that tarnished my day. Trainers really can’t have a bad hair day. It’s too crucial to be quality at all times. It’s just not possible to be perfect.

The word “rookie” has many connotations to each individual organization, corporation, or sport which prides itself in calling their new prospects by this name. It can be positive or negative. I use the word rookie because it is “old school cop language” and it is better than “boot” or “beat”. To me, it’s just a novice, a new recruit, or possibly “Superboy” or “Supergirl” in the making.

Bali Ram: Rhythm by Nature

by Terrie Biggs

A chance meeting in Calcutta (Kolkata), India, with an influential British man changed the life of a six year old visiting from Kathmandu, Nepal. Multi-talented Desmond Doig saw spunk and natural ability for dance in the boy. Several years of discipline and training in classical Indian dance began a most remarkable life, traveling around the globe, performing for kings, presidents, and meeting other famous people including Mother Teresa, Picasso, LSD guru Timothy Leary, and many more. This book is based on Bali Ram’s life and the people he met along the way.

Unshakeable Assignment

by Celeste Myers

Let’s face itâ?¦ most of us want to live a life of purpose and passion. But uncovering the life “it” doesn’t always come with ease or certainty. The good news is that God has prepared a unique task list for each of us to complete.

This memoir takes you on an inspiring twenty-year adventure of the author’s unshakeable assignment of encouraging incarcerated teenagers through letter writing, newsletters, phone calls and visitation. The discoveryâ??her life purpose was connected to this assignment and all the other opportunities to use her gift to serve others.

May this story compel you to pay attention to those inner urges that you can’t easily shake off and to start doing what you know to do in your heart.

Expecting To Fly – In Search of the Spirit

by Patrick Sheridan

This is the story of a search for the magical and profound amidst the pressures and distractions of the modern world, a chronicle that includes a rich store of reported experience in higher states of consciousness. The trail leads through strange territory. The author was, in his own words, a reckless individual with many failings, driven by things he did not understand. His journey encompasses childhood hopes and fears, love won and lost, alcoholic excess and psychedelic drugs. He vividly portrays the extraordinary properties of LSD, charting initial wonder and revelation and ultimate frustration and disillusionment, before telling of his first encounter with a most unusual yogi lady. The book gives a candid account of the astonishing things he learned and experienced in her company over a period of many years.

Drowning in the Shallow End

by Charlie Mellor

A darkly comic memoir of obsessive infatuation, revealing the depths to which people can sink, before they realise they’re in too deepâ?¦

For years, all Charlie Mellor wanted, was to meet the alluring Pennie Fenton. Unfortunately for him, this wish came true. Captivation with the corrupting Miss Fenton quickly develops into an overpowering obsession which sends his life spiralling out of control and jeopardises everything he holds dear.

It was because of Miss Fenton, that he turned his back on his wife and children; lost touch with his friends; got involved with the occult; upset members of the Greek Underworld and even volunteered one of his own fingers to be crushed by a sadistic stranger. Before he could free himself from her curious charms; he would need to uncover her real identity and expose the devastating secret she had kept from him. Only then, would he find the courage to rebuild himself through a bizarre appearance on national television, where in front of millions of viewers, he’d abandon all dignity and reveal the full extent of his downfall.

A candid true story chronicling one man’s epic struggle to free himself from a cruel and manipulative companion. Peppered with black humour, it unveils the damaging impact of any unyielding obsession. The memoir taps into the universal themes of human desire, infatuation and compulsive behaviour and is positioned as a tale of psychological intrigue. It includes irreverent observations on love, loss and the enormous void between the two. Only by the end of the book do readers see that nothing is quite what it seems and this is in fact, a modern day parable about the redeeming power of love.

â??Amusing and engaging. Full of intrigueâ?¦ the hints at the drama to come work well to build toâ?¦ an absolute shock for the reader. The twist in the plot is both clever and unexpected’.

â??Conclusive proof that the truth really is stranger than fiction’

â??An excellent narrative, one that is controlled and skilful’.

â??Cohesive and heartfeltâ?¦ a confident and well-crafted book’.

Who is Henry VIII – A Very Short Book For Children (Who is?)


Who is Henry VIII? Is a fantastic short book aimed at children between the ages of 5 and 9. It is part of the popular “Who is?” series of books.

Henry VIII is THE most famous king ever to sit on the throne of England. He ruled England for 38 years and married six, poor women. One wife died, two were divorced and two were beheaded! Only one escaped…when Henry died!

This book will tell you all about:

This early life
How he became King
Catherine of Aragon
The King’s Great Matter
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour
Anne of Cleves
Catherine Howard
Catherine Parr
Henry’s Advisors
Sports and Having Fun
Henry’s Death


It is a short book that is written for YOUNG children about the age of 5 to 9!

Brazil Blog

by Samuel Gorvine

An American expatriate living in the Northeast of Brazil, far from the tourist centers, exploring day to day life, culture, spiritualism, and the joys and trials of Carnaval and life.

In the Darkness (Book One – Child of an Alcoholic Father)

by P. J. Repond

In the Darkness is the first book of a planned series of P. J. Repond’s memoir. P. J. (Phyllis) grew up in the small town of Hawthorne, New York. She is the third daughter of Helena Little, a hard working, loving woman, and Clement K. Little, a WW II vet and an alcoholic. The book is a group of short stories of growing up with her sisters in their dysfunctional household during the 1940s through the 1950s.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Unauthorized & Uncensored (All Ages Deluxe Edition with Videos)

by R.B. Grimm

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This books one of a kind. We bring you the fun, the dirt, the back story, videos, quizzes and more. The content makes this series a best buy. You will get a great insight on your favorite entertainer that you might have thought you knew a lot about.

We have created a layout that not only educates, but also entertains the readers. This makes learning finding about your favorite star fun.

Take a journey with us as we bring you closer than ever to Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

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Killing the Cobra and other heirlooms (Threads)

by Keith Warren

The author writes with affection and humour of some “family heirlooms” – Great Grandad Albert’s 1874 mantel-clock; a Mexican lady with swelling, child-rearing breasts; the delicately constructed suicide chair; the table of spoons; a hand-written account of lost rowlocks; a grimacing Indian trying to behead a cobra; some Australian serviette rings and a rusting LEC fridge, circa 1958, still used for chilling the beer.

The author’s following of readers (well, Dave and Alan anyway) will be surprised to learn that there are just a couple of mild cuss words here so that, most unusually, this book carries NO FILTH WARNING. Sorry to disappoint.

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