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Posted by: trojan-killer at Feb 3rd, 2016, 2:10 pm in Biographies/Memoirs

Wait Until Tomorrow: A Daughter's Memoir by Pat MacEnulty
Requirements: .ePUB .MOBI .AZW3 Reader | 1.1 MB
Overview: Like all mothers, mine had a set of maxims that she thought were important to impart to me: if you can't say anything nice, then don't say anything at all (unless it's irresistibly funny); it's as easy to fall in love with a rich man as it is with a poor man (a nice idea in theory); if you want to commit suicide, wait until tomorrow (advice which has, it turns out, saved my life).
Like many daughters of elderly parents, Pat MacEnulty finds herself in a maze of healthcare negotiations and discoveries when her mother can no longer care for herself. Pat's mother, who stood by her through her darkest years as a drug addict, was a small-town icon as a composer, pianist, organist, and musical director. She is suddenly unable to be the accomplished, independent person she once was. Now Pat has two goals: to help her daughter avoid the mistakes that derailed her own life, and to see her mother's masterpiece, "An American Requiem," find a new life and a new audience in her mother's lifetime. Along the way, Pat rediscovers her own strength, humor, and rebelliousness at the most unlikely moments.
Pat MacEnulty is the author of four novels, including Sweet Fire, and a collection of short stories. She is also a teacher, workshop leader, writing coach, and freelance editor. She lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Genre: Non Fiction Memoir

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Posted by: Carterjk at Feb 3rd, 2016, 2:06 pm in General Fiction/Classics

Holding on by Marcia Willett (Chadwick Family #2)
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 677 KB
Overview: Over the years, the magnificent Keep in Devon has provided a bolt hole for the Chadwick family. Now the young generation has left home and their grandmother is worried that the Keep must remain within the family, ready and waiting for the return of the Chadwicks.
Genre: Romance European Literature > British Literature

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Posted by: trojan-killer at Feb 3rd, 2016, 2:01 pm in General

18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done by Peter Bregman
Requirements: .ePUB .MOBI .AZW3 Reader | 1.1 MB
Overview: Based upon his weekly Harvard Business Review columns (which is one of the most popular columns on HBR.com, receiving hundreds of thousands of unique page views a month), 18 MINUTES clearly shows how busy people can cut through all the daily clutter and distractions and find a way to focus on those key items which are truly the top priorities in our lives.
Bregman works from the premise that the best way to combat constant and distracting interruptions is to create productive distractions of one's own. Based upon a series of short bite-sized chapters, his approach allows us to safely navigate through the constant chatter of emails, text messages, phone calls, and endless meetings that prevent us from focusing our time on those things that are truly important to us.
Mixing first-person insights along with unique case studies, Bregman sprinkles his charming book with pathways which help guide us -- pathways that can get us on the right trail in 18 minutes or less.
Genre: Non Fiction Business

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Posted by: Carterjk at Feb 3rd, 2016, 2:00 pm in Mystery/Thriller

Sharon McCone series by Marcia Muller (16-17)
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2.5 MB
Overview: A native of the Detroit area, Marcia Muller grew up in a house full of books and self-published three copies of her first novel at age twelve, a tale about her dog complete with primitive illustrations. The "reviews" were generally positive.
Genre: Mystery

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Posted by: november1 at Feb 3rd, 2016, 1:57 pm in General

The Last Days of Detroit: Motor Cars, Motown and the Collapse of an Industrial Giant by Mark Binelli
Requirements: EPUB Reader, 4.91 MB
Overview: Once America's capitalist dream town, the Silicon Valley of the Jazz Age, Detroit became the country's greatest urban failure, having fallen the longest and the furthest. The city of Henry Ford, modernity, and Motown found itself blighted by riots, arson, unemployment, crime and corruption.
But what happens to a once-great place after it has been used up and discarded? Who stays there to try to make things work again? And what sorts of newcomers are drawn there?
Mark Binelli returned to his native Detroit to explore the city's swathes of abandoned buildings, miles of urban prairie, and streets filled with wild dogs, to tell the story of the new society emerging from the debris. Here he chronicles Detroit with its urban farms and vibrant arts scene, Detroit as a laboratory for the post-industrial, post-recession world, Detroit reimagined as a city for a new century.
Genre: Non Fiction, Social & Economic History

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Posted by: Carterjk at Feb 3rd, 2016, 1:52 pm in Romance

The Country Doctor's Choice by Maggie Bennett
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 232 KB
Overview: Set in small-town 1960s, The Country Doctor s contains four interweaving stories and portrays the scandals and tensions of a year in Everham. Follow Shelagh, a doctor with a desire to not only prove herself but to do what is right for her mother, Jenny & Tim, desperate for a child but unable to have their own, and Reverend Bolt and headteacher Jeremy North, who both become increasingly alienated by their spouses. In a town rife with gossip and rumors, just how far will others secrets and prejudices shape the daily lives of the townsfolk?
Genre: Romance

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Posted by: Carterjk at Feb 3rd, 2016, 1:48 pm in Sci-Fi/Fantasy

The Warden by Madeleine Roux (Asylum #3.5)
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2.4 MB
Overview: In this thrilling and creepy digital original story set in the world of Madeleine Roux’s New York Times bestselling novel Asylum, a young nurse starts work at the Brookline asylum—and quickly discovers that there’s more to its sinister warden than meets the eye.

When Jocelyn and her best friend, Madge, arrive at the gates of Brookline sanatorium—fresh out of nursing school—they are eager and excited to start their new careers. But from their very first meeting with Brookline’s austere warden, they can tell their new boss will be . . . difficult. Then Jocelyn wakes up in her room one night to the sound of screaming, and she starts to wonder if the treatments in this asylum are entirely humane. But the warden has his eye on Jocelyn—and the treatment of patients should be the least of her concerns.

With page-turning chills and a shocking final twist, The Warden is a short and terrifying installment in the Asylum series that can stand on its own for new readers or provide a missing piece of the puzzle for series fans.
Genre: Fantasy > Paranormal Horror

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Posted by: november1 at Feb 3rd, 2016, 1:47 pm in General

Live Working or Die Fighting: How The Working Class Went Global by Paul Mason
Requirements: EPUB Reader, 382 KB
Overview: A Chinese woman pushes her way to the front of a hiring queue outside a factory in Shenzhen....
A Bolivian miner, without light or ventilation, crawls deep inside a deserted mine...
A group of Somali cleaners files into an investment bank in London's Canary Wharf...
Globalisation has created a whole new working class - and they are reliving stories that were first played out a century ago.
In Live Working or Die Fighting, Paul Mason tells the story of this new working class alongside the epic history of the global labour movement, from its formation in the factories of the 1800s to its near destruction by fascism in the 1930s. Along the way he provides a 'Who Do You Think You Are?' for the anti-globalisation movement, uncovering startling parallels between the issues that confronted the original anti-capitalists and those who have taken to the streets in Seattle, Genoa and beyond.
Genre: Non Fiction, International Economics

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