Did you know that the bumblebee is actually a kind of fish? It’s TRUE!!! Sure, they drown in water, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t fish. No fins? No problem. No gills? Still a fish. Don’t try to argue with me. Here in California we know the truth about bumblebees. THEY ARE FISH! For their survival, just think of them as cute fuzzy little fish. Thanks!

Human: Human scouts fighting in an Alien Empire (Humanity Ascendant Book 1)
by A.G. Claymore, Andrew Claymore, B.H. MacFadyen
4.4 Stars (65 Reviews)
Genre: Science Fiction

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Our species is extinct.

In the eyes of the Holy Quailu Empire, that makes Eth a product rather than a person – a life form protected only by his replacement value.

But he’s a product that’s good at his job.

On a raid in a neighboring system, Eth and his team of combat specialists uncover a secret that gives their owner leverage over his enemies. As their lord rises through the ranks of the nobility, the Humans are drawn along with him but nothing is ever as good as it seems. They’re making powerful enemies along the way.

In an alien empire rocked by instability, Eth is forced to lead his people as their role expands. Their master is playing for high stakes and he’ll risk anything and anyone to get what he wants. In the mad scramble for power, Eth draws the attention of the Emperor’s Varangian Guard, a species famed for their uncanny ability to win any fight.

It’s the worst possible time for scrutiny. He’s discovered an uncanny ability of his own; one that makes our species a threat to the Quailu Empire.

As the realm descends into chaos, a new threat is the last thing a desperate emperor needs…

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The Leech House
by Angela Hughes
5.0 Stars (1 Review)
Genre: Literature & Fiction

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A short story: A quiet Victorian English village is rocked by the murder of its landowners son and heir and the ensuing court case.

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Make Enterprise Great Again: The Gods Must Be Crazy!: Cradle of Communism to Catacomb of Capitalism: A Proposal to bring back the House of Roosevelt’s … Communism to Catacomb of Capitalism Book 1)
by Multiple Authors
4.2 Stars (113 Reviews)
Genre: Business & Money

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This book takes its title from the 1980 comedy film “The Gods Must Be Crazy,” in which an empty Coca-Cola bottle is dropped from a plane onto a community of African bushmen. The bottle is thought to be a gift from the Gods, but after it incites bitter fighting amongst the villagers, the tribal leader decides to return it to the Gods, embarking upon a journey to the end of the world. Through my own metaphorical coke bottle, I visualize the dawn of a daunting new Empire. This book serves as both a testament to the past glories of the current American Empire and a guidebook to restoring Capitalism and Enterprise – before it is too late.


It’s halftime America!

Ay Yi Yai Yi! We are in the middle of The New World Order!

Empires rise, decline, and fall. History has witnessed this cycle with the Romans, the Ottomans, and the British. They have all toppled, and if we are not careful, the US will be the next.

Many of today’s enterprises are a gaggle of debt-addicted extreme financial engineering frogs floundering in tepid snake oil. Unfortunately, many will find their demise in the clutches of IP vultures.

If we don’t play our trump cards right, the next voracious Empire – the Middle Kingdom of China – will consume us; sending their errand boys to collect bills from the US and over a hundred other countries that it has economically and digitally colonized since the Economic Tsunami of 2008, through “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI) to its “Digital Silk Road” (DSR).

“Make Enterprise Great Again” digs into the foundations of capitalism and traces the ideals, triumphs and zeitgeist of the Roosevelt years in order to “Build Back Better” – and to save us from the impending Fourth Reich.

Yeah! It’s halftime, America!

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Broken Hart (A Cross Creek Small Town Novel Book 1)
by Kelly Collins
4.5 Stars (365 Reviews)
Genre: Romance

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A long time ago I fell in love.

She left — tore my heart in two.

Now she’s back, and I’ll do anything to keep her.

Women are trouble. I learned that the first time Kandra left.

You know what she told me? That I couldn’t give her the life she wanted — a life of glitz and glamor.

She left to model in the city, hit it big, and I thought I’d never see her again.

I thought wrong.

Now she’s back.

She looks different, but deep down, she’s still the woman I loved — the woman I love.

And this time, I’m going to make her mine.

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Ellery’s Magic Bicycle
by Maria Monte, Zoe Saunders
4.5 Stars (30 Reviews)
Genre: Children’s eBooks | Foreign Languages

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A touching picture book about a remarkable childhood bond between a little girl and her magic bicycle, perfect for children ages 4 to 7 and for fans of The Giving Tree.

Inspired by the author’s own childhood adventures, this heartfelt story will take readers on a whimsical journey through Ellery’s childhood with her magical bicycle in tow. Ellery and her bicycle share many wonderful new experiences together; lonely yet curious Ellery finds adventure, love, and friendship, as well as weathering sorrow and loss.

When she grows up, Ellery starts to forget her special bond with the bicycle. Will Ellery remember what’s important before it’s too late and the magical bike is lost forever?

A story of redemption, Ellery’s struggles, hopes, and triumph serve as an uplifting reminder to parents of their childhood bonds. Young readers will grow to love Ellery’s strong, kind, and compassionate spirit, and will see their own cherished bicycle in a new light.

• A heartfelt and emotionally powerful read-aloud book

• Books for kids ages 4 and up

• Picture books for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary students.

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by Judith A. Barrett, Judith Euen Davis
4.4 Stars (368 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery | Women’s Fiction

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Donut Lady’s close friend is murdered. She sifts through clues. The serial killer stalks her.
Karen O’Brien’s struggles to solve the prison murder and adapt to civilian life become even more complicated when a neglected boy suddenly disappears from his sketchy living conditions. While the Donut Lady searches for the missing boy and pursues clues that point to a serial killer, the killer stalks her.

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