Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 04 May 17

Tony Robbins: 33 Life Mastery Lessons (Free Morning Routine) (Motivate Yourself, Peak Performance, Build Confidence, Business Mastery, Success Principles, Life Coach, Mindset)

by Anthony Robinson

33 Life Mastery Lessons & Free Morning Routine

Prepare yourself for a motivational experience that will have you ready to start immediately. Simply reading this book will be enough to make you understand why you need to change and how to begin but that is not where your journey ends. This is only the first step. Every journey truly starts with that one step.

Inside each of us is someone just waiting for the moment to break free of all that binds us. Tony Robbins shows you how to turn the key that opens the door to your future. His teachings and the “unstoppable you” philosophy he embraces are contagious. His energy alone will make you want to get up and do something, to take some sort of action.

As you read through this short ebook, you will start to realize some of what you are missing out on and begin to question the methods you have been using to guide your life. You will ask yourself why you haven’t done this before. You will come to see so much was inside you but you just never knew it was there.

Your world will begin to change right before your eyes. Neighbors, friends, and family will see the new you. They will be inspired and want to learn your secrets. You will find new ways to achieve all you’re your dreams. When you look back at your former self you will wonder how and why you wasted so much time uncovering the winner within.

Tony Robbins hold seminars and has a team of experts in the fields of psychology and motivation to assist him in inspiring you to achieve all you want in your life. He coaches individuals on a one-on-one basis in addition to the seminars for thousands at once. No one person is too big or too small for Robbins. His clients have ranged from former US Presidents to business leaders to professional athletes.You need this book.

Preview Of Things You Will Learn….

  • Who is Tony Robbins?
  • Learn 33 of his most important life lessons
  • Get and understanding of how to start your day with a ten-minute routine
  • Learn the Tony Robbins RPM method
  • Learn how to set life goals
  • Learn how every day you can get one step closer to your life goals

You too can do what they have done. You can be that guy or gal who has it together. The one who accomplishes all the tasks they intend to in a day or a week. You can set life goals and meet them if you learn the discipline Tony teaches and practice it every day. Make his rules part of your life, make it a way of life.

Don’t sit back any longer getting frustrated because you did not get enough done today. Don’t wonder when your ship will come in, make it come in. You don’t have to struggle with the never-ending pursuit of the next paycheck if you make your plan and stick to that plan.

Take action now only $2.99 to change your life!!

Fighting for My Life: How I Found God and Beat Lyme Disease

by Patrick Collins

Patrick Collins has the life that he has always wanted: a loving family and supportive friends who help him in following his dreams. He has an accomplished baseball career and a unique passion to change the world. That is, until illness strikes. Plagued by fatigue, arthritis, chronic sinus infections, mood swings, and seizures, Patrick is left without a guide in his search for what is wrong with him. Doctor after doctor runs tests and comes up without a diagnosis. The family is told it is “all in Patrick’s head,” and is offered antidepressants.

Two years and tens of thousands of dollars later, a diagnosis is given: Lyme disease. Although Patrick’s malady finally has a name, the extensive testing for, and treatment of, this enigmatic disease is not covered by insurance companies, leaving the family financially devastated.

This memoir draws readers into the mind of this young sufferer of Lyme disease who had lost all hope of recovery, missing out on years of his childhood.

University of Berkshire Hathaway: 30 Years of Lessons Learned from Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger at the Annual Shareholders Meeting

by Daniel Pecaut

“A rare view into the mind of Warren Buffett.” – Kirkus Reviews  

Each year, for thirty years, two veteran investment advisors attended Berkshire Hathaway’s Annual Shareholders Meeting. After each meeting, they chronicled Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger’s best lessons from that year. This book compiles those thirty years of wisdom for the first time.

53 Serial killers, facts.

by Konord Konord

The scariest serial killers, with info about their methods, victims, and more. Serial killers are among the most terrifying people imaginable, partially because of how unfathomable their crimes can be. Most serial killers kill randomly, looking for a specific type of victim in the dead of night, whether they’re tall, blonde women or short, elderly black men. Any type of person can be prey to a certain type of serial killer. Many of these heinous evildoers have been known to rape and torture their victims. Some have even made meals out of their victim’s dead bodies.
One of the things that make serial killers so scary is that anybody can be a victim, and anybody can be the culprit. Many of the worst serial killers were friendly neighbors or easy-going coworkers that one would never suspect of secretly having human heads in the fridge. The serial killers on this list are among the scariest villains in history due to their methods, their motives, and their personalities.
Who are the scariest serial killers in history? What did these serial killers do to make them so terrorizing? What were their motives, if they had any? And what became of the serial killers that haunt many people’s nightmares? Vote for the scariest famous real serial killers.

Fixed: Dope sacks, dye packs, and the long welcome back

by Doug Piotter

Fixed is a darkly comedic memoir that spans my unsupervised youth, drug and alcohol addiction, bank robbery, life in prison and ultimately my release and re-entry into my life’s new and sober orbit.

I grew up with alcoholic parents trapped inside their own lonely skins, a painful childhood full of cold shoulders and broken furniture. I burst onto the drug scene at age eleven and thrived before slowly finding out that it wasn’t all that it was cracked up to be. With addiction taking over and dictating my every move, I tried to make sense of it all while gathering five unwanted felonies along the way.

At thirty-three, after a long string of bank robberies and my bad guy impersonation had run its course, I was brought back to life with the gift of prison and given the opportunity to experience a new childhood that I could have only imagined while growing up in Manville. Upon release, I learned that the universe is a kind and forgiving place, often strange and funny with plenty for everyone as long as I don’t forget where I came from.



Dr. Bilal Abdul-Alim is currently working for His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al-Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah,United Arab Emirates as a consultant for external charity projects in Africa and the Indian sub-continent. He has worked in this capacity since February, 1998 based in the Sharjah Ruler’s Office. He has traveled to more than 20 countries in Africa and the India sub-continent to establish a wide-range of projects including hospitals, clinics, schools, low-cost housing for flood victims, orphanages, universities, water wells, and masjids. Prior to his post in the Sharjah Ruler’s Office, Dr. Abdul-Alim worked for His Highness from 1992-1997, to help establish Sharjah Charity International, where he served as both Medical Consultant and Chairman of the Africa Committee. He led the first team from the Middle East on the ground in both the war in Somalia in February, 1993 and Rwanda/Zaire in 1995. In Somalia, while working with both the UAE Army and the Pakistani Army, Dr. Bilal’s team treated more than 1,000 women and children per day in Mogadishu during the height of the war in 1993.            
Prior to moving to the U.A.E. in 1992, Dr. Abdul-Alim worked in Texas as both an emergency room physician and medical director of several clinics. Fresh out of training in 1978, he ran the largest black out-patient clinic in Houston for Dr. James Watson, the first black and minority to hold the post of City of Houston Health Director. He served in the US Public Health Service in Ft. Worth, Texas from 1981-1985, establishing the Abdul-Alim Medical Clinic. His last position in America was from 1986-1991, serving as medical director of the Houston Personal Injury Clinic.
With a background in music and entertainment, Dr. Abdul-Alim was honored to host and present programs on Sharjah TV from 1993-2012. In addition to being a regular guest on “Discover Islam”, hosted by the late Uthman Barry, he hosted “Profile” in the 1990s and “Medicine and Islam” from 2001-2012. The show featured advancements in Western Medicine as well as Islamic and Alternative Medicine such as Islamic Cupping (Hijamah) and the benefits of the black seed. He recorded nearly 600 episodes. Other TV work included Ramadan programs for Ajman TV in 1997, Ramadan programs for Al Majd TV in 2002, and the well-known “Today in History” documentary on Channel 33 in Dubai in 2003.
Since embracing Islam 42 years ago in 1975, Dr. Bilal Abdul-Alim has been involved in a variety of dawah programs. In addition most of his immediate family members have accepted Islam.
He taught Islamic Medical Ethics at the Zayed House in Al Ain, from 2007-2008 for the Imam Training Program and the Ladies Training Program, sponsored by HH Sheikh Md bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi.
Dr. Bilal comes from a family of a plethora of accomplished professionals, including 6 medical practitioners, 2 attorneys, and numerous educators. His father, the late Dr. Julius A. Phillips, Sr., was founder of the only hospital in North Louisiana to treat blacks during the segregated days of â??Jim Crow’ in the 1940s and 1950s. The first integrated school in the area, J. A. Phillips Middle School, was named after him and still operates until now. His mother, the late Mrs. Oda Ellen Phillips, was one of the first blacks to receive a Masters in Education from Columbia University in New York City in the mid 1950s. Dr. Bilal also studied organic chemistry at Columbia University in the summer of 1971.
In addition to his medical degree in 1977, he also obtained a B.A. in Music in 1973, specializing in Jazz Trumpet Performance. Along with Jawad Abdul-Jabbar, he founded “The Medicine Men” Islamic Nasheed group in 1987. They sing all the tracks and do not use any musical instruments.Their CD ‘Only Allah’ was release in 2006. To access CD go to the following link:

True Crime: Killing People: Depraved True Crime Stories From China, Taiwan, And Japan (True Crime, Serial Killers, Psychopaths, Sociopaths Book 1)

by Lillian Lo

East Asia – a part of the world that thrives on the ethical beliefs of Confucianist philosophy, the citizens priding themselves for their accordance with order and structure. In an environment that cherishes respect and piety, the underbelly of East Asia is surprisingly a vicious force to be reckoned with. So what is it that makes a member of society turn awry in these generally amiable, peaceable cities? In this short collection, we explore three different, very real stories of some of the most heinous crimes committed in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan. We take a look at the disturbed individuals behind these gruesome tales and the journeys that veered them towards their paths of depravity and their disgraceful acts of morbidity, reaching statuses of legendary infamy amongst the communities.

Bundle up and feel your spine tingle as you immerse yourself in the macabre tales of some of the most cruel, but memorable crimes to ever hit East Asia…


by Terell Osirus

An authentically raw & genuine street literature with a captivating story line that leaves you yearning for more…the reading experience takes you on a theatrical ride into the lives of each character…Their motivation is what most may refer to “the root of all evil”.The name of the game is called survival and the rules were simple!..DON’T GET CAUGHT UP! with your guard down and your heart out…Ty and his crew will have readers on their heels with the non-stop, action-pack, page-turner,as it takes readers through the rough and grimy streets of Miami. this story is sure to have the readers mind compelled & curious to the many plots & twist in the tale…with out any further delay i suggest you get comfortable and enjoy the movie that could only be told by one that has lived it..until next time stay on point!

The Frozen Trail

by Lisa Dayley

THE FROZEN TRAIL is a novella set in the American West. It is written in a simple, clear style, making it suitable for younger readers as well as adults.

In 1856 the Mormon pioneers trekked across the Great Plains in wagon trains and pulling handcarts to find a new home safe from persecution. This is the story of one 18-year-old young woman, Emma Girdlestone of the Willie Handcart Company, who faced starvation, frostbite, and death so she and her family could join their fellow Latter-day Saints in the Salt Lake Valley. This work of historical fiction is dedicated to the members of the Willie Handcart Company. These courageous pioneers displayed commitment and heroism in the face of unbelievably harsh and brutal conditions while en route to Zion. It is especially dedicated to Willie Handcart member, Emma Girdlestone, who left behind a legacy of bravery, fortitude, and faith; and who, 155 years later, managed to change the life of her great-great-granddaughter Lisa Dayley, the author of this book.

“A thrill to read, Lisa Dayley crafts a genuine pioneer story with just the right mix of fact and fiction. You’ll find this book hard to put down.” ~Jay Lenkersdorfer, newspaper publisher and columnist

Nos chats mâ??ont tant apprisâ?¦ (French Edition)

by Luc Moyères

Leçons de vie, et aussi sur la mort, reçues de ses chats par l’auteur, sur le fil rouge du parcours exceptionnel d’une chatte malade, mais diablement intelligente


by Silvia Pettem

As a pioneer woman educator at the University of Colorado, in Boulder, Mary Rippon received wide acclaim for her teaching, but, in order to keep her job, she hid her husband and child behind a Victorian curtain of secrecy. Now, for the first time, “Separate Lives: The Story of Mary Rippon” reveals the conflicts between this extraordinary woman’s public and private lives.

The following true story follows Mary from the small midwestern farm where she was born to the great centers of culture in Europe. In January of 1878, after years of education in Germany, France, and Switzerland, the soft-spoken twenty-seven-year-old woman was welcomed at the newly opened University of Colorado in the small frontier town of Boulder. The growth of her lengthy career paralleled the growth of the university where she worked her way up from the first female faculty member to the university’s first female professor, eventually chairing the department of German language and literature.
Modest and unassuming, “Miss Rippon” taught in the male-dominated world of nineteenth century academia where she shielded her womanly emotions from the public eye. She was a professional woman and a mother in an era when these two roles could not be combined.
Hidden romance and familial responsibilities spanned two continents, and in an age of meager salaries and lengthy sea voyages, she managed to travel to Europe and back eight times. This biography does not tarnish “Miss Rippon’s” well-deserved reputation but uncovers the human side of a woman whose circumstances clashed with the mores of her times.

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