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Click for more detail about A Job Ain’t Nothing But Work: Confessions Of A Corporate Negro by Emanuel Carpenter A Job Ain’t Nothing But Work: Confessions Of A Corporate Negro

by Emanuel Carpenter
PublishAmerica (Sep 15, 2003)
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Prepare to laugh yourself silly when you read the hilarious new book from author Emanuel Carpenter. This book documents the stupidity that people like us endure when going through the process of finding, working, and losing a job. Carpenter discusses creative ways of dealing with a range of topics such as receiving rejection letters, using the bathroom at work, understanding the psychos you call co-workers, getting sentenced to a cubicle, the consequences of not being a ??team player,? getting fired, plotting your revenge, and many other side-splitting topics that are sure to keep you bent over with laughter. Pick up A Job Ain??t Nothing but Work today!


Click for more detail about Black Man Under The Deep Blue Sea: Memoirs Of A Black Commercial Diver In Southeast Asia by Tony Wells Black Man Under The Deep Blue Sea: Memoirs Of A Black Commercial Diver In Southeast Asia

by Tony Wells
PublishAmerica (Sep 24, 2007)
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After moving from small-town USA to Hawaii at the tender age of 14, SCUBA diving introduced Tony to a fascinating new world of thrills and adventure that would shape the course of his life forever. He never let the fact that he was the only black kid involved deter him in his quest to explore the underwater world. This autobiography describes the exciting, true, and oftentimes humorous story of how he overcame being the product of a broken family, stereotyping, numerous challenges, several close calls, and countless other eye-opening events to become the only black American commercial deep sea diver to work in the demanding offshore oilfields in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Africa in the ’80s and ’90s, where, at the slightest mistake, the rich oil companies were ready to send a diver packing his bags and heading back to shore, never to be hired again.

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Click for more detail about Come, Joy!: Songs from the Soft of Night by Bridgette Alyce Greathouse Wynn Come, Joy!: Songs from the Soft of Night

by Bridgette Alyce Greathouse Wynn
PublishAmerica (Jun 06, 2005)
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The poetry of Come Joy! is the personal testimony of a spiritual journey in progress. Written in varying voices, its four chapters represent what the author considers to be the main components of life that all people experience. It is a relationship piece, between self, loved ones, nature and God. They are songs from the heart, hymns from the soul that will uplift, edify, and even entertain. Taken from the colorful pages of real life stories, the reader can relate on an intimate level, recognize the value of the midnight hour, and find his or her own path to joy in the morning.

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Click for more detail about High Waters by Suzon Tropez High Waters

by Suzon Tropez
PublishAmerica (Oct 24, 2005)
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In the world of corporate finance, it is all about credibility and being noticed. The key to success is visibility. It is not what you know but whom you know. Nikki Charles wanted—no, needed—to be successful. She approached every position with the same naivet as she approached life: be honest and trustworthy and everything will fall into place. Fate placed her in the service of an arrogant, chauvinistic but soft-spoken man named Edward Meeker. He took her under his wing and decided to mentor her and help her career. But nothing prepared her for the cold and calculating deceit that would alter her career dreams. Read how one woman’s determination to succeed helps her rise above the overwhelming obstacles she faces in both her personal and professional life. Does fate get the upper hand on this intelligent woman, or does she find fulfillment in her chosen vocation?

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Click for more detail about Hope And Desire by Theresa Grant Hope And Desire

by Theresa Grant
PublishAmerica (Jan 23, 2006)
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Jennifer Greene, a young impressionable girl, dreams of going to New York to become a fashion designer. Her father dies suddenly, her mother marries his best friend, and Jennifer is forced to put her education aside to care for her younger siblings, juggle a nine-to-three job and is expected to perform household duties. She gets a second job and earns more money in hopes of pursuing her dreams, but her sister, a feisty school dropout, steals the money and runs off to New York. Jennifer gets another chance and goes to New York, only to be lured into becoming a housekeeper for Joe Morgan, a horse rancher, who tricks her into marriage. She finds herself saddled to a stubborn, old man twice her age, who refuses to let her go. She escapes, falls in love, and finds herself a suspect for murder.


Click for more detail about Ready For Love by Timothy Gladden Ready For Love

by Timothy Gladden
PublishAmerica (Jan 22, 2007)
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Ready for Love takes you on a thought-provoking journey through love and relationships. It highlights the good and bad, the highs and lows of love in all its many forms. After reading a verse you may be tempted to reminisce and see yourself inside the words. You can sense and feel the passion in each verse…The pain behind every simile and joy within every metaphor. It will take you away from reality into a poetic world of love and emotion that you will not want to leave. It reminds us that love isn’t perfect, but assures us that it is wonderful.


Click for more detail about Rovella Starr: (A Love-Starved Bitch) by Carol Denise Mitchell Rovella Starr: (A Love-Starved Bitch)

by Carol Denise Mitchell
PublishAmerica (Sep 22, 2008)
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She put the “B” in the word itch. Rovella Starr is the exciting tale of possessiveness and Rovella Starr’s difficulty to love. This amazing suspense transcends predictable standards of conventional love and will keep you turning the pages to explore how Rovella, who appears to have it all, transversely manifests love into danger and pure wicked evilness. In the end, we uncover the sad truth about Rovella Starr, but is it too late?


Click for more detail about The Last Love Letter by Amanda Easton The Last Love Letter

by Amanda Easton
PublishAmerica (Nov 19, 2007)
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The Last Love Letter is the raw, provocative and inspiring story of a young woman’s struggle to reconcile herself with an experience of unrequited love that still haunts her twelve years later. Amanda Easton decides to write “the one who got away” one last love letter and say all the things she never had the courage to say. But being honest has its price, especially being honest with oneself, and Amanda’s journey to find closure and forgiveness leads her down a dark path that threatens to shatter the delicate balance she’s created and her own fragile self-image.

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Click for more detail about The Lion’s Brood: The Story of Hannibal by Rafael Scott The Lion’s Brood: The Story of Hannibal

by Rafael Scott
PublishAmerica (Feb 02, 2004)
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It is 238 B.C. The First Punic War has ended and dark times have befallen the great African empire of Carthage. The struggle with Rome for domination of the Mediterranean has left the Carthaginians with shrinking provincial territories and increasing tributes to their merciless northern enemies… the Romans. The famed Carthaginian General Hamilcar Barca has sworn to never give in to these conquerors… and to destroy Rome at all costs. His eldest son, Hannibal, shall be his weapon. At the age of nine, Hannibal is torn from his tight circle of brothers and whisked away to study the strategies of warfare with his father in the distant land of Hispania. And over the next twenty years, a warrior is fashioned… a warrior is born. Two men in history brought the Roman Empire to their knees. One was the son of a carpenter. The other was the son of Hamilcar. This is the story of the greatest military strategist that ever lived… Hannibal.

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Click for more detail about The Trophy Wife Network by D.T. Pollard The Trophy Wife Network

by D.T. Pollard
PublishAmerica (Apr 10, 2006)
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Golfer’s wife reports to prison for involvement in drug ring. Prosecutors have said the two-time major champion did not know about his wife’s activities. Hockey coach, Star’s wife in alleged gambling ring. N.Y. producer accused of sexually harassing cast. The story of John, frustrated business professional, and a group of beautiful women married to wealthy older men could be ripped from the current-day scandal headlines the privileged class practice right under the noses of their unsuspecting spouses. In the country club set of Dallas, Texas, these “Trophy Wives” decide to carve out their individual empowerment, in spite of prenuptial agreements, as a means of future independence. Unforeseen circumstances take them on detours that lead to debauchery, death, and mental meltdown while their neglectful, busy husbands are clueless about their activities. The route they choose to gain personal enrichment exploits the weaknesses and greed of others. From Dallas, Las Vegas, to the piney woods of East Texas and gulf coast, The Trophy Wife Network puts a new spin on the meaning of timesharing and network sales.


Click for more detail about Your Name Came to Mind by R. Sporty King Your Name Came to Mind

by R. Sporty King
PublishAmerica (Mar 13, 2006)
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Sporty King was born and raised in Harlem, New York City. During his freshman year in high school, he won an academic scholarship to attend his final three years at a private school in Massachusetts, where he began writing poetry. After high school he went to college, yet lasted only three semesters there. A month after returning home he began working as a messenger at The Wall Street Journal. Sporty worked at The Journal for 18 years, rising through seven promotions, from messenger to his final position as regional advertising sales manager. He believes it was his gift of writing poetry while sharing positive words and thoughts that helped lead to his success in Corporate America, and now as he runs his motivational speaking business. This book is a “story” in poetry about the many people he has been able to bless and thank along the way.






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