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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Thursday's Free Books 1-31-2013

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Making a Masterpiece of Your Life: The Craftsman's Way of the Art & Science of Skillful Living (Akin to: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Tony Robbins, Oli Hille, Getting Things Done) by Charles Collins

  Rating: 4.8 Stars with 8 votes

Category: Non Fiction

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Your Life is a Masterpiece for the Making

No mission is more important. No adventure, more rewarding.

Anyone can make a 'masterpiece' of their lives and skillfully practice 'life' as a balanced, integrated 'craft' - rather than the all too common experience of muddling through life as a random collection of unrelated experiences. And, know ahead of time exactly what the curriculum is for your entire life (and for teaching your children), vs. passing through life by 'intuition' (i.e.) "flying by the seat of your pants".

Your life is unique, and in the primary care of a single craftsperson. You are that craftsperson. To shape your life into a 'masterpiece' - a 'work of art' - requires training, practice and the skillful application of the tools of the craft to make a masterpiece of your life.

To practice the whole of 'life-as-a-craft', the way a craftsperson mindfully practices the trade of textile weaving, medicine, or carpentry, requires that the myriad activities of the 'craft of life' be systematically organized, managed, taught and learned similar to the ways in which we organize, manage, teach and practice our trades, occupations and professions...
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A Fatal Verdict (The Trials of Sarah Newby) by Tim Vicary

Rating: 4.3 Stars with 26 votes

Category:  Contemporary, Mystery, Thriller

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A Fatal Verdict

What would you do if someone murdered your child, but the justice system let you down?

Kathryn Walters is faced with this dreadful decision when her daughter, Shelley, is found dead in a bath in her boyfriend's flat. Despite the best efforts of the Crown Prosecution barrister, Sarah Newby, it seems likely that the boyfriend, David Kidd, will be acquitted. How can her family tolerate this? And how should the investigating detective, Terry Bateson, act when it seems that the murdered girl's mother is seeking revenge on the man he is certain killed Shelley in the first place?

As the story unravels Sarah Newby is confronted with one of her toughest defence cases yet, with a client who is not only reluctant to give evidence on her own behalf, but also refuses to explain why she chose Sarah to defend her in the first place ...

This book is a 2012 B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree
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The Angel of Music, Part I: The Enchanted Violin by C. David Stephens

Rating: 4.5 Stars with 18 votes

Category:  Contemporary, Young Adult 

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Christine Daae, a beautiful child of eleven years, travels by bus from Chicago to Los Angeles with her widowed father, where he hopes to enroll her in The Belen Conservatory of Music as a scholarship student. Homeless and destitute, carrying everything they own, they arrive in Los Angeles and immediately begin working as street performers to earn money for food, making their way to Santa Monica, where Christine is excited to see the beach for the first time.

Twelve-year-old Raoul Chagny, strolling along the Santa Monica Pier with his governess, is enraptured by this beautiful young girl who sings with the voice of an angel. Raoul, either heroically or foolishly, leaps off the pier into the Pacific Ocean to rescue Christine's scarf, floating away on a sea breeze, and the seeds of an enduring romance are planted. Christine and her father find lodging in the guest house of Professor Valerius, a university music professor, and his wife. Raoul, a promising violinist, is soon taking lessons from Daae.

The Angel of Music is loosely based on the novel The Phantom of the Opera, by Gaston Leroux, and is a current-day retelling in three parts of the timeless story. Part I: The Enchanted Violin, follows young Christine from her trip to Los Angeles to her audition for the conservatory.
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Sparkly Me (Children Are an Inspiration) by Ally Nathaniel

Rating: 5 Stars with 15 votes

Category:  Children's 

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Emma likes sparkly things.
But what happens when they get damaged, is she going to lose her sparkle?
"Sparkly Me", a book for girls age 3-6 will make their heart sparkle.
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