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1. Long [61845 words]The Girl With the Persian Shawl by Elizabeth Mansfield [Reference]
2. Long [129007 words]Book Promo 101 [Book 1 in the How to Promote Your Book Series] by Nikki Leigh [Reference]
3. Long [57892 words]Rescued by Love by Joan Vincent [Reference/Historical Fiction]
4. Long [60786 words]Different Blood: The Vampire As Alien by Margaret L. Carter [Reference]
5. Short [6527 words]Bartending Made Easy by Janette Dixon [Reference]
1. Long [57892 words]Rescued by Love by Joan Vincent [Reference/Historical Fiction]
2. Short [9488 words]Poisons Handbook for Writers by David Ciambrone [Reference]
3. Long [78183 words]Demons & Madmen by Christopher J. Kurtz [Reference/True Crime]
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1 The Girl With the Persian Shawl
by Elizabeth Mansfield
  An Arrogant Spinster, a Dashing Rake, and an Unsigned Painting The Girl With Persian Shawl was a strangely bewitching masterpiece that had hung in the Rendell household for generations. Kate Rendell graciously let the dashing Lord Ainsworth view the work, and was outraged when he dared to insinuate that the painting came into the family by nefarious means. She was unfazed that Lord Ainsworth left her estate believing she was little more than an arrogant spinster. But everything changed when she... more info>> (Published: 2002)

Words: 61845 - Reading Time: 176-247 min.
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2 101 Auction Secrets Revealed
by Tim Campbell
  In the coming pages, I am going to share with you some auction secrets I have picked up during my time selling with auctions. They are all yours. 101 of them to be exact. Boost your profits and your bids. Online auctions have become a way of life and a great source of income. Learn how to maximize your returns.

Words: 16138 - Reading Time: 46-64 min.
Category: Reference/Business
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3 A Compendium of Kisses [Secure]
by Lana Citron
  HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED...How long the longest kiss lasted? Who discovered the first kiss? The cost of a kiss, and who paid for one with their life?From first kisses to missed kisses, stolen kisses, the chemistry of kisses, around-the-world kisses, silver-screen kisses, Freudian kisses, lipstick kisses and record-breaking kisses, this eclectic collection of facts, figures, quotes and curiosities has everything you've ever wanted to know—and more—about that most deceptive, delightful and indispens... more info>>
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4 A La Wolf [Sanctuary Moon: Second Howl]
by Melody Knight
  Vixen is cool, interesting, in control. Too bad that Vixen is really Esther, a werewolf with aspirations to better things. In an attempt to spice up her life, she decides to visit The Fold, a nightclub with a dubious reputation. The place is notorious, as well as being the monthly starting point for The Hunt. When The Hunt goes wrong, Esther's rescuer is someone much closer to her heart than she ever suspected. What she's actually hunting for isn't Vixen, but Gregor, the wolf, and man, of her dr... more info>> (Published: 2009)

Words: 13412 - Reading Time: 38-53 min.
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5 Bartending Made Easy
by Janette Dixon
  Bartending Made Easy is the guide for every bartender or wanna be bartender. In plain words Janette Dixon shows you how to be an expert at bartending so all your parties can be a smash.

Words: 6527 - Reading Time: 18-26 min.
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6 Book Promo 101 [Book 1 in the How to Promote Your Book Series]
by Nikki Leigh
  This first in a series of books on how to promote your published work is by an author who speaks from long experience. Not only does she offer her own expertise, but she has also collected quotes from many of the best people in the business when it comes to getting their books "out there" and getting them noticed by reviewers, the press, and readers' groups (Published: 2007)

Words: 129007 - Reading Time: 368-516 min.
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7 Cooking Well: Beautiful Skin: Over 75 Antioxidant-Rich Recipes for Glowing Skin [Secure]
by Elizabeth Tenhouten
  Thousands of skincare products promise beautiful skin without providing real results, and it's time for a practical and effective way of achieving healthier skin. Cooking Well: Beautiful Skin harnesses the scientifically proven benefits of antioxidants for skin health, providing you with the tools necessary for achieving glowing, radiant skin from the inside out. Antioxidants have been proven to effectively counteract free-radicals, or chemicals in the body responsible for the effects of aging. ... more info>>
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8 Demons & Madmen
by Christopher J. Kurtz
  Demons and Madmen examines the phenomenon of serial murder through new theories and case studies of some of the most destructive murderers of modern times. The book is based on Dr. Kurtz's courses in the Psychology of Serial Murder and serves as both an introductory text to the field as well as a reference book for more advanced scholars and law enforcement officials. (Published: 2002)

Words: 78183 - Reading Time: 223-312 min.
Category: Reference/True Crime
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9 Different Blood: The Vampire As Alien
by Margaret L. Carter
  Different blood flows in their veins--but our blood quenches their thirst. From Bram Stoker's 1897 creation of Count Dracula, portrayed as a foreign invader bent on the conquest of England, the literary vampire has symbolized the Other, whether his or her otherness arises from racial, ethnic, sexual, or species difference. Even before the bloodsucking Martians of H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds, however, popular fiction contained a few vampires who were members of alien species rather than supern... more info>> (Published: 2004) EPIC eBook Award Finalist

Words: 60786 - Reading Time: 173-243 min.
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10 Eat & Beat Diabetes with Picture Perfect Weight Loss [Secure]
by Howard Shapiro
  Ask any doctor or nutritionist who treats patients with diabetes: the first focus for controlling the disease is a healthy eating plan. But typical plans have been all about what you can't eat and what to do if you fall prey to a craving. Now a diabetic's day might start with a smoked salmon-and-dill omelet, continue to a lunch of three-bean chili, and finish with a dinner of grilled shrimp with a dessert of chocolate terrine. It's a kind of eating that virtually guarantees not just control of t... more info>>
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11 Fundamentals of World Building
by Jessie Verino
  World building involves more than elaborate settings, more than magic and magical beings, and more than paranormal happenings. Speculative fiction is a fast growing market, and world building is an essential tool for creating successful stories where the reader can suspend disbelief. Fundamentals of World Building gives writers the proper tools to craft a well written manuscript, rich with details, by guiding them through steps for choosing the right world elements to include in their story. Us... more info>> (Published: 2010)

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12 Ghost Hunters Guide to Free Internet Sources
by Elizabeth Eagan-Cox
  Until now, ghost hunters relied on modern equipment and high-tech gadgetry to hunt spirits and then attempt in-depth background research by plodding through low-tech methods and tedious trips to libraries, historical societies and archives. No more plodding! Now, computer friendly, in-depth research can be accomplished on a 24/7 basis, because the Ghost Hunters Research Guide to Free Internet Sources provides exact Internet addresses and precise tutorials for using dozens of free, legal an... more info>> (Published: 2011)

Words: 49783 - Reading Time: 142-199 min.
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13 Killer Recipes
by Susan Whitfield
  Mystery Writer Susan Whitfield's Killer Recipes is a collection of real family recipes, not only from her kitchen, but also those of other mystery writers. Some selected recipes they think their main characters would enjoy. All recipes included in this volume were submitted by writers and used with permission. All proceeds from book sales will be donated to The American Cancer Society. (Published: 2010)

Words: 31639 - Reading Time: 90-126 min.
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14 Learning to Write the Easy Way for Fun, Posterity and Money
by Dorothy Ann Skarles
  Trying to decide if the writing life is for you? Then start with a very important book Learning to Write the Easy Way for Fun, Posterity, Money by Dorothy Ann Skarles. Discover your hidden writing talent Discover your past and present for future generations Discover the book in you Whether you write it as it happened or turn it into a fictional novel, your fond memories and personal experiences can be a book that captures both the past and the present--even if you've never written before. Doroth... more info>> (Published: 2007)

Words: 44151 - Reading Time: 126-176 min.
Category: Reference/General Nonfiction
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15 Managing Your Book Writing Business
by Pauline Baird Jones, Jamie Engle
  Are you a writer? Have you published your work or are you seeking publication? Did you know that you are also a small business owner? This helpful handbook outlines basic and important information every author needs to know about the publishing industry and the "business" of writing. From developing a business plan to cultivating a professional reputation, award winning author Pauline Baird Jones and public relations expert and author Jamie Engle share their years of knowledge and experience. Do... more info>> (Published: 2008)

Words: 20871 - Reading Time: 59-83 min.
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16 Poisons Handbook for Writers
by David Ciambrone
  Humankind has been lucky. The effective means for an undiscovered, perfect murder is illusive. The bottomless fear of discovery has kept most of us from the real life dastardly deed. But what about authors who need to craft a believable plot? Help in planning a poisoning is on the way for mystery writers with this handbook. Those who kill 'fictionally' will find this book a valuable resource! (Published: 2008)

Words: 9488 - Reading Time: 27-37 min.
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17 Rescued by Love
by Joan Vincent
  Sisters Sarita and Deborah, Reverend Durham's daughters, live in a remote Sussex rectory where tyrannical Lord Pergrine keeps them impoverished and in danger. But the breakdown of a coach brings spritely Lady Phillippa, plump Lady Imogene, and haughty Lady Brienne to the rescue. In their search for adventure, these three elderly ladies caused mayhem--and matchmaking. Georgian Romance by Joan Vincent; originally published by Dell Candlelight (Published: 1981)

Words: 57892 - Reading Time: 165-231 min.
Category: Reference/Historical Fiction
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18 Room For Love
by Sophie Pembroke
  Can she make room for love? When wedding planner Carrie Archer inherits the crumbling Avalon Inn where she spent her childhood summers, she knows she'll do whatever it takes to make it home. With no money for renovations, that means teaming up with her boss to turn the Avalon into a dream wedding venue. But Carrie has been left more than the Inn--she's also inherited its occupants, including three senior citizens, a single father chef with childcare issues, a panicky receptionist, and one ve... more info>> (Published: 2012)

Words: 88248 - Reading Time: 252-352 min.
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19 Savvy Business Skills for Writers: Nuts and Bolts
by Renee Knowles
  This is the first book in a series on developing business skills to grow and thrive in the challenging publishing industry. Make no doubt about it, to agents and editors, writing is first and foremost a business. Publishing generates billions of dollars every year. How can a writer find their slice of the pie? That's what this book will help you accomplish. Of course, having a salable project and great writing ability is ultimately what will sell your book or article and keep your readers coming... more info>> (Published: 2009)

Words: 22973 - Reading Time: 65-91 min.
Category: Reference/General Nonfiction

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20 Strip Tease
by T.L. Lawrence, T.D. McKinney
  FBI Special Agent Justin Hensley thought he'd left it behind. Two years with an elite undercover unit, specializing in the sexy, seamy underside of politics and pole-dancing. And her. Rachel "Rack" Coleman. The woman who broadened his horizons and then pushed him out into the world with the sure hope he'd fly. Leaving the unit cleansed his soul. Leaving her broke his heart. Now Rachel's back for one last sting before she retires. And Justin discovers it's not just his talents on the dance floo... more info>> (Published: 2009)

Words: 63626 - Reading Time: 181-254 min.
Category: Reference/Mainstream

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21 The Maya - People of the Maize
by Diana L Driver
  Learn about the Maya, a brilliant and bloodthirsty culture, with ominous predictions about the end of the Fourth Age of Creation on December 21, 2012? The Maya created a civilization based on terror and human sacrifice and yet managed to excel in the arts, writing, mathematics, astronomy, and the building of temple structures that rival the Egyptian pyramids. However, by the time the Spanish arrived, most of the great Mayan cities had been abandoned and reclaimed by the jungle. Why did this happ... more info>> (Published: 2009)

Words: 21575 - Reading Time: 61-86 min.
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22 The Naked Truth about Book Publishing
by Linda Houle
  Like the legendary Phoenix--with a cycle of death in flames, then rebirth--books, and publishing, are undergoing a major metamorphosis. The Naked Truth about Book Publishing takes a quick and dirty peek at the realities of publishing. Whether you are an author, independent publisher, or just an avid reader, it's critical to know what's happening and how current changes affect you! Ebooks are now widely accepted, displacing print book sales and transforming a multi-billion dollar industry. Books... more info>> (Published: 2010)

Words: 35476 - Reading Time: 101-141 min.
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23 The Power of Promotional Groups
by Karen Wiesner
  The Power of Promotional Groups teaches authors how to jumpstart their careers by advertising in long-term, affordable ways within the safety and strength of a promotional group. These authors accomplish together what few can do alone by sharing the cost of promotion and market their releases individually and as a group. The book makes full use of the most valuable promotional resource available to all authors--the internet. With 130 writing organizations listed where authors can find other like... more info>> (Published: 2007) EPIC eBook Award Finalist

Words: 35290 - Reading Time: 100-141 min.
Category: Reference/General Nonfiction
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24 The Slippery Art of Book Reviewing
by Mayra Calvani, Anne K. Edwards
  Are you passionate about books? Do you have a talent for easily capturing the essence of a book after having read it? Do you often feel the desire to share your thoughts about a book with readers? If you answered 'Yes' to these questions, then book reviewing can be one of the most satisfying, rewarding activities you'll ever undertake. In fact, book reviewing can become addictive. I started reviewing in 1998. Back then, I wished someone had written a book with all there is to know about book rev... more info>> (Published: 2008) EPIC eBook Award Finalist, ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Award Finalist, USA Book News Best Book Award Finalist

Words: 43877 - Reading Time: 125-175 min.
Category: Reference/General Nonfiction
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25 The Write Ingredients
by Lori Foster
  For more information, visit Lori Foster's website! www.lorifoster.com and http://lorifoster.com/community/readergettogthr.htm Along with Lori Foster and Diane Castell, contributing authors include: Jim Alexander, Susan Andersen, Liz Andrews, Cynthianna Appel, Becky Barker, Jules Bennett, Lucinda Betts, Toni Blake, Allie Boniface, Denysé Bridger, Gemma Bruce, Jaci Burton, Stella Cameron, Mary Campisi, Tori Carrington, Cindy Carver, Billie Warren Chai, Celine Chatillon, Colleen Collins, Debby Co... more info>> (Published: 2008)

Words: 34525 - Reading Time: 98-138 min.
Category: Reference

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