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📒Help I Can T Sell My House ✍ John Tur
✏Help I Can t Sell My House Book Summary : This book headlines would get your attention and teach you inside secrets of how to sell your real estate faster and easier. Selling your house or any real estate is one of the most stressful things you can do, there’s so much to organize, plan, and do that it can leave your head revolving. And when the sums of money involved are as high as they are, then you really can’t afford to make any kind of mistake prior or during the course of action. It’s perfectly natural to feel scared and anxious when selling your house or any other category of real estate. The entire process can be made so much easier though with a helping hand. You can maximize the deal and minimize the mixed emotions you are bound to be feeling with my 100 Inside Secrets to Sell Your House Quickly and for More Money.
📒A Timely Vision ✍ Joyce and Jim Lavene
✏A Timely Vision Book Summary : A seaside-set paranormal mystery-from the authors of the Renaissance Faire mystery Ghastly Glass Meet Dae O'Donnell, a woman with a gift for finding lost things-and the stories behind lost lives... Dae O'Donnell is the mayor of Duck, North Carolina-and the person everyone turns to when they've lost something. One touch and Dae can find it, and missing pieces seem to find their way to her, whether she wants them to or not. When Miss Mildred asks Dae to find her missing watch, Dae finds herself looking for more than mislaid jewelry-she must prove the town matriarch isn't a cold-blooded killer.
📒Just Too Good To Be True ✍ E. Lynn Harris
✏Just Too Good to Be True Book Summary : A New York Times Bestseller Brady Bledsoe and his mother, Carmyn, have a strong relationship. A single mother, faithful churchgoer, and the owner of several successful Atlanta beauty salons, Carmyn has devoted herself to her son and his dream of becoming a professional football player. Brady has always followed her lead, including becoming a member of the church's "Celibacy Circle." Now, in his senior year at college, the smart and very handsome Brady is a lead contender for the Heisman Trophy and a spot in the NFL. As sports agents hover around Brady, a beautiful and charming cheerleader named Barrett enters the picture. Barrett is set on seducing Brady and getting a piece of his multimillion-dollar future. But is that all she wants from him? Is she acting alone? In a story that combines football, family, faith and secrets, Just Too Good to Be True is a sweeping novel that proves once and again why E. Lynn Harris is a bestselling author. From the Trade Paperback edition.
📒In My Mother S House ✍ Blaque Diamond
✏In My Mother s House Book Summary : There was this one time when I was going into the basement to finish my laundry when I saw Popcorn jump on the bed. Quick turned his back, and his friend, the little weasel, just sat there acting like he was watching TV. I asked what was going on and of course they said nothing, so I went outside only to learn that they were in the basement mixing up their drugs. They told me that Popcorn was paid to hold the stuff and if anyone came down stairs she should get rid of it. Why would she do this here; why would Quick have it here at all? He could have rented an apartment and had his shop set up there, but instead he decided to do his business from the house we grew up in; the house the neighborhood grew up in, IN MY MOTHER’S HOUSE.
📒You May Get Sold But Don T Sell My Country ✍ Mohammed D. Hussain
✏You May Get Sold but Don T Sell My Country Book Summary : This book contains details of how tyranny has risen in Bangladesh, the country that was founded in 1971 with the principle of democracy. It hopes to answer why and how the hopes and aspirations of our people have been ruined due to corrupt politicians, intellectuals, and bureaucrats. It hopes to answer why and how the evil totalitarian took place and how the current tyranny has been strengthened in such a horrific stage that the peace-loving people cant express their opinion under the ferocity of Sheikh Hasina. In my writings, I have described the historical background of our country up to the modern tyrannical era, which shouldnt exist anywhere on the face of the planet in the twenty-first century. In my writings, I have described how such an atrocious regime has been strengthened and why shouldnt they be forgiven. Freedom and liberty are the utmost universal values that no human being can sacrifice. In this book, I have passionately written my views based on the real scenarios of Bangladesh and mixed with some essays and poems. Knowing all about the risks, I believe that to live as human beings, we cant surrender to any dictator or oppressive regime. Surrendering to them will strengthen the evils, and we must restrain them by any means. No evil regime should represent any country or a nation or deny the very fundamental rights of their people. And Bangladesh is not an exception. My main objective in writing this book is to protect the people of our country, Bangladesh, and its sovereignty. God bless Bangladesh and the entirety of mankind. Mohammed D. Hussain
📒Me An Economic Expert ✍ Glenn L. Johnson
✏Me an Economic Expert Book Summary : If you could change the world-would you do it? It boggles the mind just to imagine the possibilities, doesnt it? The idea is laced with questions about your goals, ambitions, beliefs and moral values. Economics is like that too. Everything you do or dont do has an economic consequence that impacts you personally. And everything the Government does impacts you as well. In fact, our economic system is structured so the government benefits at your expense without doing anything at all. I know economics sounds boring. The way it was taught to me was boring. I have discovered that it isnt about what we are taught and it isnt very difficult to understand. Understanding some basic truths about economics will empower you to live a more enjoyable life. These truths dont care how old or young you are. They dont care whether you believe in God or not. And they dont care who you voted for the last time or who you might vote for the next time. Even if you cant change the world today, you do have the power to change your life and you can start right now.
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📒Living In Limbo Stuck In The Middle ✍ Gini Graham Scott
✏Living in Limbo Stuck in the Middle Book Summary : This book continues the saga of how the author dealt with the mortgage crisis by working with the banks, real estate brokers, and a bankruptcy attorney, while meeting with other middle income homeowners in trouble and with activist groups fighting foreclosures. It describes her experiences attending a foreclosure prevention workshop seeking a loan modification, and going to a foreclosure auction. It concludes with what the author learned from navigating the system, selling her home, renting in San Francisco, and turning her life around to gain success again. The book has gained growing support from individuals and groups active in this arena.
📒Christmas At Candlebark Farm ✍ Michelle Douglas
✏Christmas at Candlebark Farm Book Summary : Pregnant Keira Keely is lodging at beautiful Candlebark Farm this holiday season, whilst she organizes a place of her own. Grumpy owner Luke Hillier seems too caught up in his own troubles to worry about anyone else's. But when Keira has a crisis Luke is amazingly supportive. Keira's shocked that she actually likes being looked after by gorgeous, gruff Luke. Maybe now he'll let her help him, too…. As fairy lights sparkle and Christmas approaches, could Keira have found her perfect home?
📒The Rest Of The Dream ✍ Wade Hall
✏The Rest of the Dream Book Summary : In The Rest of the Dream, Lyman Johnson, grassroots civil rights leader, tells his own story. All four of Johnson's grandparents were slaves in Tennessee. Yet his father was a college graduate, principal of a black school, and the inspiration for his son's love of justice. Lyman Johnson was born in 1906 during the darkest days of segregation. He learned from his father not to sit in the "crow's nest" reserved for blacks in his hometown movie theater. This refusal to accept second-class citizenship became a guiding principle in Johnson's life. Johnson was almost forty-three when he won admission to graduate study at the University of Kentucky in 1949. Crosses were burned on campus. Because of his family commitments, he returned to his teaching position in Louisville and never completed his doctorate. Thirty years later the university that fought to keep him out awarded him an honorary doctor of letters degree. Johnson earned his doctorate the hard way -- by saying no to the crow's nest and other marks of inequality. Johnson's graphic recall of people and incidents and his storyteller's talent for narrative make this record of a unique American life filled with suspense, humor, tragedy, and triumph.