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Sunday, December 30, 2012

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Lost (Bandit Creek) by Vivi Anna

Rating: 2.99 Stars with 9 votes

Category: Drama, Mystery, Romance, Thriller

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Kirsten Morgan can hear the dead. And now they are calling to her, to come home to Bandit Creek.

A girl has gone missing, and the law don’t have any leads. But the last thing Sheriff Samuel Morgan wants to see is his famous psychic daughter in his office telling him how to do his job. At odds for years, Kirsten doesn’t know how to talk to her father but she knows she has to push him to a place he doesn’t want to go. Because the dead are talking, and she has to answer, or lose her mind forever.

*This is a novella

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Money Bags: What Rich Parents Teach Their Kids To Be Happy And Debt Free by Leanda Kayess DipFP

Rating: 5 Stars with 4 votes

Category: Non Fiction

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We all want our children to have a better life than us. This is especially true of their handling of money, as we’ve all had our share of financial blunders (some more than others), and we certainly don’t want to pass our less than useful money habits onto our children.

My name is Leanda Kayess. I have a background in Financial Services - 30 years, 11 of these advising clients as a Financial Planner. A keen student of human behavior, more recently I have developed an interest in the advancements neuroscience has added to our understanding of how we act in our day to day lives.

I'm really excited to bring you a new approach to managing money combined with some tried and true methods in teaching your children about this vital life skill. Teaching your kids about money doesn’t have to be boring

You will discover fun and easy activities and exercises that you can do with them including how to set up the Money Bags Allowance System covering our 6 essential needs. You’ll also learn how to decide how much to pay them, what they could do to earn it, and at what age.

Your kids will eventually hear comments about what new toys or electronic devices children have, who is driving what car, how big your house is etc, in the school yard but ... no comment about how hard you’ve worked to earn them or how you had set a personal goal and achieved it.

We all spend money on those we love and there are plenty of ways to demonstrate our care for others without over-spending. It’s Never Too Late

Children have the huge advantage of time on their side. An early start will mean that they will not have to allocate as much throughout their adult lives for their future financial security. What if you had put away just $20 per month since you were 5? At age 65 (invested at 5% after tax) you would have more than $91,000! This is a simple but important concept to teach to your children who will have so much more time working on their side than we adults have.

There is no right or wrong way to work with the Money Bags System, except to ensure your children learn to allocate the money they earn to each of our 6 essential needs. If these are covered off by the time they reach their late teens/early adulthood, you will have done a great job of setting them up for a life of financial freedom, power, success and happiness.

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Night of the Purple Moon (The Toucan Trilogy) by Scott Cramer

Rating: 4.4 Stars with 164 votes

Category: Action and Adventure, Science Fiction, Young Adult

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Abby Leigh is looking forward to watching the moon turn purple, unaware that deadly bacteria from a passing comet will soon kill off older teens and adults.

The lightning-fast epidemic sweeps across the planet when the germs attack the hormones produced during puberty.

On a small island off the coast of Maine, Abby must help her brother and baby sister survive in this new world, but all the while she has a ticking time bomb inside of her -- adolescence.

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Perfect Strangers (Love in the City Short) by Liv Morris

Rating: 4.8 Stars with 10 votes

Category:  Romance 

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 From Best-selling Short Story Author, Liv Morris.

Kat Williams is a spirited young professional recovering from a painful breakup with her cheating ex-fianc. Working late on New Year's Eve, she's one of the last employees to leave the office and hasn't heard about a snowstorm hitting the Chicagoland area.

Driving home on snow-covered roads, she loses control of her car and becomes stranded on Lake Shore Drive. Trapped by the storm's wrath, she's rescued by perfect stranger Drew Michaels, a sweet and handsome cure for her broken heart.

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