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Night Writer

Optimize Your Time, Update Your Skill and Write Around Your Day Job
By Sandee Hemphill

Author Sandee L. Hemphill explains that “72% of Americans have a book in them, but only 14% of them act upon it.” She gives the reader detailed information as to how they can make writing a book a reality. She discusses this in her book...

Nothing Is Predictable

By Adalina Mae

Nothing is Predictable by Adalina Mae is a short but powerful novel about the twists and turns life can take you through before you are even sure who you are or begin to get a glimpse of what life is about. Sometimes I think that...

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Not The Body

A story of pain, degradation, intrigue, corruption, spirituality and Love
By Shirlie K Plomer

Not The Body by Shirlie K. Plomer is almost too unbelievable to be true crime or memoir. Several times I checked the category under which it was listed to be sure I hadn’t made a mistake: surely it was fiction. But no, no mistake. Not...

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Nothing Left to Burn

A Story of Alzheimer's
By Dr. Karen Hutchins Pirnot

Nothing Left To Burn: A Story of Alzheimer’s by Dr. Karen Pirnot is the story of a loved one slowly fading away. Charlie was a brilliant man; he had practiced counseling psychology and taught doctoral students at the University in Iowa. After moving to Florida,...

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Nothing is as it Appears, It's all Smoken Mirrors

A Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Chronicle of Coverup and Conspiracy
By Jim Allen

Jim Allen expresses his fears for the future of this country in his book, Nothing is as it Appears, it's all Smoken Mirrors. “Somewhere in the Constitution it says that when government is no longer for the People, by the People, It is the People’s...

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Nutrition for Swimmers

For Junior and Age Group Swimmers
By Gary Barclay

Nutrition for Swimmers - For Junior and Age Group Swimmers by Gary Barclay is a guide to swimmers on how to manage their diet. The author throws light on daily meal and snack ideas and tells how to chart out the day to day nutrition...

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No Experience Necessary

Rental Property Retirement Guide
By Randy McDaniel

Who doesn't need ideas to build a retirement nest-egg? Whether you are young or old, educated in school or in the school of hard knocks, learning how to buy and rent homes can be useful. Randy McDaniel in No Experience Necessary - Rental Property Retirement...

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NCAA Eligibility

Resource Guide for Student-Athletes with Education-Impacting Disabilities
By Jeffrey Berk

NCAA Eligibility: Resource Guide for Student-Athletes with Education-Impacting Disabilities by Jeffrey Berk, as the title suggests, is a book aimed at the target audience of student-athletes with education-impacting disabilities. It's a guide with a wealth of excellent information about the NCAA (National Collegiate of Athletic...

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Nursing Jambalaya with Gumbo on the Side

Nurses Speak Out
By Jacqueline Spencer RN, Beverly Ward RN and Lynell Whittington Brignac RN

We all know that medical doctors must have years of training to "fix" our physical problems. We know that nurses have always been relegated to a subservient position beside a doctor. They require less training. But there is much more to the nursing profession as...

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No More Secs!

Living, Laughing & Loving Despite Multiple Sclerosis
By Ann Pietrangelo

No More Secs! Living, Laughing & Loving Despite Multiple Sclerosis by Ann Pietrangelo is her story of living with MS. It took three months to receive the diagnosis by email...that’s right, email. I cannot imagine a colder way to find out. She and Jim already...

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