Aussie English & Culture

What is Unique about Aussie English & Culture?
By Luke Zimmermann

I wish I'd had Aussie English and Culture by Luke Zimmerman when my Australian husband decided to pack up our little family and move back home to Australia! I'd grown up there, but left at 11 years of age. Returning as an adult, I suffered...

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A Special Kind of Twisted

By Onyinyechi Anne Udoh

A Special Kind of Twisted by Onyinyechi Anne Udoh is just exactly that. The story follows three people who are stuck in a circle that ends with the three of them, no matter how you look at it. Calling it just a love triangle would...

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Angel or Devil?

We are each a little of both, plan accordingly.
By Ryan L. Jensen

I found Angel or Devil? by Ryan L. Jensen to be a very interesting and informative read. It is a delightful mixture of philosophy and practical advice that I can’t recall seeing anywhere else. The main focus is on estate planning, but some of these...

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And Then There Were Three

Sixty-Seven Letters to Sasha
By Julia G. Fox

And Then There Were Three: Sixty-Seven Letters to Sasha by Julia G. Fox is a fascinating book. My fascination lies in both the author’s presentation of the material and her style. Rather than take the more traditional, novel-like approach to her memoir of three people...

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An Unsinkable Titanic

By Connor Martin

As someone who reads every book on the Titanic they can find, I was certain this book would not give me any new information or reveal anything I had not read before. I was quickly proven wrong. An Unsinkable Titanic looks at the sinking of...

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A Tail of Hope's Faith

By Diane Weinmann

In A Tale of Hope's Faith, author Diane Weinmann, an animal communicator and healer, writes a heartwarming account of one of her clients named Hope, a mixed breed rescued dog adopted by the loving family of Rosanne. All things are going well until Hope’s sixth...

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Amglish

Two Nations Divided by a Common Language
By Mike Powell

Amglish: Two Nations Divided by a Common Language by Mike Powell is a humorous comparison between British English and American English. Mike Powell is originally from England and now lives in the United States. In this book he provides a detailed, light-hearted, and often humorous...

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Are the Androids Dreaming Yet?

Amazing Brain. Human Communication, Creativity and Free Will
By James Tagg

Are the Androids Dreaming Yet?: Amazing Brain. Human Communication, Creativity and Free Will by James Tagg is a scientific treatise written in a wonderfully entertaining way that can reach the lay person. Are the Androids Dreaming Yet? is a book that explores the human mind...

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Alabama - Travelogue by State

Experience Both the Ordinary and Obscure: Exploring America Series Book 2
By Amber Richards

Exploring America Series: Alabama - Travelogue by State: Experience Both the Ordinary and Obscure by Amber Richards is a travel book with a difference. The author looks at every aspect that a visitor to Alabama might want or need to know, from the obvious tourist...

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Arrested

Battling America's Criminal Justice System
By Dan Conaway, Esquire

Arrested: Battling America's Criminal Justice System is a nonfiction work written by Dan Conaway, Esquire. Conaway was an Assistant District Attorney and has been a practicing trial attorney for over 20 years. Arrested is divided into several sections which inform the reader on the present...

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