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Good Credit is Cool, Great Credit is Sexy

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This is the subject they don’t teach you in school! This TELL ALL, NO-HOLDS BARRED GUIDE not only will assist everyone with credit education but it is also a STEP BY STEP DIY Instructions Manual to repair your own credit from a Board Certified Industry Expert.

That’s a Bullseye

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This book is for anyone interested in marketing. Whether you’re a beginning business school student or an experienced executive, it provides a practical approach for creating your marketing strategy and growing your business in an ever-changing environment.

In the Spirit of Murder

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A dead psychic on Halloween night. Heroin filtering into the town’s schools. A sullen ex-con with a beef of his own, and a legislator with secrets to protect. Not what homicide detective Claudia Hershey expected when she moved to Indian Run, a smudge on Florida’s map. But there’s no turning back when the killer makes things personal.

Evidence of Flossing

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Would God floss? Do spiders sing? Can you see the Universe in your reflection? Find the answers to these questions and more in this new book by Connecticut writer Jen Payne. Her poems in EVIDENCE OF FLOSSING: WHAT WE LEAVE BEHIND investigate the human condition and its folly, the beauty of our natural world, and the possibility of divine connection.

Hidden Treasure

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There are moments in life when you instantly Know. Such was the moment when I opened the “Hidden Treasure,” a phenomenal book written by Alice McDowell. I am that type of reader that, a writer must be able to touch my heart to influence me to read their book thoroughly. I must admit that until now, several authors have done this.

Marshmallow Toast

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One day this super-cool, creative idea just pops into Elisa-Kay’s mind. She is so excited to give it a try – the only problem is her friends and family don’t share her enthusiasm and even think her idea is just plain weird. What will Elisa-Kay do as she faces people who say “No!” to her idea? Will her enthusiasm be enough to make someone believe in her? Will you root for her?