Coconut Oil Breakthrough: Boost Your Brain, Burn The Fat, Build Your Hair

B.J. Richards - 2016
     The first thing to go is our waistline. Then our skin starts to become dry, cracked and wrinkled, with less elasticity. Eventually, even our hair will become thin, dry, dull and lifeless. Looking at ourselves in the mirror each morning becomes more and more painful, especially when we compare what we have become to what we once were. Then our memory begins to slip, and we start to forget the little things in life. There was once a time when our memory was sharp as a tack, but now we makes jokes about those things we have forgotten. We joke to alleviate the pain of growing old and realizing that one day, we might not even be able to remember the important people in our lives. We make do by leaving notes for ourselves in the form of little sticky notes placed all around the house. Age, it seems, is going to leave us all as a shell of the human beings we once were. I know how you feel. I was once in the same position myself. For years, I struggled with my weight and the fat that just wouldn't leave my body, no matter how healthy I tried to eat and how much exercise I did to knock off the unwanted pounds. No matter how well I ate or what shampoos I used, my hair was breaking and the weight just stared back at me. Learning about the health benefits of coconut oil was a game-changer for me, and it could be for you too. I've been involved in natural healing for over 30 years, in my personal life, as a researcher and a practitioner. But, even with all of the advanced knowledge I had on the subject, I was unable to escape the symptoms I described previously. When I started hearing stories about the traditional health benefits of this wonder fruit, I dug in and started doing all of the necessary research to understand how adding the coconut to my daily regimen could change my life in a very positive way. You might just be surprised at how powerful this plant really is in addressing the health problems you might be facing in your daily life. There are literally more than 30 ways we can use the coconut to improve the quality of our lives. You can use coconut oil, milk and water to: • Rehydrate your skin, and make your skin look and feel healthy again. • Reduce bad breath, plaque and gingivitis to improve your oral health and your social life. • Burn off the fat and the unwanted pounds, so that you can fit in your skinny jeans again, and perhaps even turn a few heads your way.Triple your metabolism, providing you the energy levels of someone half your age. • Enhance your memory and sharpen your mind, so that you won't have to worry again about forgetting those important details in your life. Kate recommended, “I, personally, have experienced the benefit to my skin that this book teaches, and have found that coconut oil has become a staple in my home in many of the ways that BJ recommends in her book. If you are looking for that one stop resource on all things coconut oil, then this is the book to buy!!” Agi added more to the story of this book. “I am a Personal Trainer and a Functional Nutrition Practitioner and I have been using and recommending coconut oil for some time and researched a lot of its uses, but learned more from reading this book. I will recommend this book to my clients.” The bottom line is that coconut oil, milk and water – used in the right ways – can be very beneficial to one's health.

Mrs. Basu's Uncensored Familism

Chirasree Bose - 2020
    Arpita Basu, the only daughter-in-law of Basu family, is here to tell you a story that will leave your stomach hurting with chuckles and laughter. A Chudail to her prim mother-in-law, inexistent to the devil father-in-law, a damped down bomb to her once best friend Naveena and well, nothing whatsoever to her own husband Akash, the 23-year-old finds herself questioning the very concept of familism as her six months of tumultuous married life is hit with unanswerable questions sprouting every now and then in her head.Speaking of head, what do you think is its importance in Mrs. Basu's life? Oh boy, you're in for a surprise! Because the quirks of their tongue-in-cheek relationship is bound to make you split your sides.However, in a split second Mrs. Basu's life goes kaput as her dark past comes knocking at the door. While she struggles to keep it at bay, her husband leaves her side with no promise of coming back ever.Is it mere coincidence that her past holds a connection to the disappearance of her husband? Or, is it what Mrs. Basu deserves for all she did in the past?This chapter of her life will unravel the mysteries of the present, all the knots of the past and the road to the future. Of course, in the most hilarious way possible.

Budgies for New Owners: Parakeet Care and Taming for the Complete Beginner

Sarah Yee - 2015
    Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device.Learn how to take proper care of your new pet parakeet for a healthy and happy feathered friend Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn in This Book... General facts on parakeets or budgies Is a budgie the right pet for you? How to select a budgie Identifying your budgie's age and gender How to welcome your new budgie home How to hand-tame your budgie How to teach your budgie to talk Diet and nutrition for budgies and much more! Download your copy today!Take action today and download this book for a limited time discount of only $2.99!

A Firefighter's Journal: Thirty-Seven Years on the Firegrounds and in the Firehouses of Philadelphia

Robert Marchisello - 2017
    Somewhere in the darkness, a man is burning to death. Then the screams suddenly stop. Did he jump out of a window? Or did he succumb to the heat and smoke? Those screams haunt Firefighter Robert Marchisello to this day. It’s just one of the many revealing stories about battling blazes and numerous other dangers in America’s fifth-largest city—home of the nation’s first fire company—in this autobiography of his thirty-seven-year career with the Philadelphia Fire Department. During his entire career Marchisello kept a journal detailing his experiences as well as his personal and professional challenges. His work offers rare insights into the unimaginable types of emergencies to which these men and women respond—from decomposing bodies to hazardous chemicals to deadly shootouts. Between calls sit in the firehouse and enjoy the pranks, banter, humor, and camaraderie firefighters share. His vibrant writing lets you experience the adrenalin, the danger and yes, even the laughs of nearly four decades on the firegrounds, in the firehouses and everywhere in between. You’ll never look at a passing fire engine the same way!

Cruise Ship Stories - 12 Years of Working on Cruise Ships, Behind the Crew Only Door, Getting Jobs on Ships, Life On Board

Guy Beach - 2013
    It could be you want to work on a cruise ships, you want to or have taken a cruise, maybe you are looking for tips on cruising or maybe you just like fun stories about cruise ships. If you are interested in any of those items I just listed, then this book is for you. Before we begin our journey, I guess I should tell you a little bit about myself and why I have written this book. For my cruise ship experience, I worked about 12 years on cruise ships around the world and 2 years working in shore side offices in Florida. I worked with 4 different cruise lines and worked as a scuba instructor/dive manager, shore excursion manager and then in the shore side offices as an IT geek, and finally a few years as an IT officer (yeah, I know, scuba instructor to computer geek, what can I say, it has been an interesting journey). Stories in this book include ones about: Getting a job on cruise ships Life on board ships On board romance Hurricanes Running aground Adrift at sea Kick backs Falling overboard Living on a tropical island Crazy things the crew and passengers do and much much more........................ I also have photos about my life at sea that can be seen at: Looking at these photos will bring my sea faring stories even more to life.

What The Pandemic Learned From Me

Anindita Das - 2021
    A journey of self-realization and renewed assessment of our lives, marked by silly anecdotes, mindless distractions, and everyday truths. This book is a humorous retelling of the author’s personal blunders and mind-boggling human behavior in general, strung together by a series of hilarious open letters. It is a modest pursuit to deliver a little relief, and diversion from the pandemic’s grim realities. It’s also an attempt to reaffirm the need for a good laugh to help deal with the doom and gloom that now surrounds our lives. Each letter picks up a relatable theme of our lockdown life – be it our obsession with baking banana bread, growing out our beards, or finding the fanciest holiday homes in Goa. What comes out, is a light and delightful offering that anyone living in this era shouldn’t miss. “A breezy read that goes well with your evening tea (like Marie Gold) or finds a permanent spot on your nightstand. A perfect picker-upper if you're feeling down, it reminded me of Bill Bryson's 'A Short History of Nearly Everything' and Hugh Prather's 'Notes to Myself'.”- Manish Bhatt, Founder/CCO August Communications“Hits a cord with everyone who has left the rat race of ‘acquiring new skills’. It is honest, straightforward, and downright hilarious. I loved the book. I found it clutter-breaking, relatable and non-preachy.” - Shilpi Agarwal, Blogger @bookgasmicSome important information:o The book is part memoir, part random lists and part mean musings.o It celebrates the ability to find humor in unexpected predicaments and life in general.o It’s a collection of letters addressed to the most unlikely of receivers, filled with pithy observations, irreverent and ruthless humor about the little idiosyncrasies of life in lockdown.o Each of these perfectly bite sized letters are wonderful accompaniments to the massive mood swings that is our reality in the times of corona.o Under no circumstance, this book is to be taken seriously, seriously.Savor this quick pick-me-up with a hot cup, a pinch of salt and a great deal of grins."

Grasping At Straws (Book One)

Yvonne Maphosa - 2020
    Girls are excluded from school and are groomed for marriage from a very young age. Women are seen as sub humans who are born to serve men. At initiation school, as she prepares for her transition from childhood to womanhood, Lwezi makes a thoughtless sacrifice in an attempt to save her friend. Circumstances take an unexpected twist and she finds herself tangled deeper into the Nxumalo web of secrets.This book delves deep into traditions, rituals and cultures of the chiefdom of Matombo, a fictional village set up in rural Zimbabwe. The cultures described are borrowed from various past and present day rural Zimbabwean practices. Themes of patriarchy, chieftancy, initiation of girls into womanhood, child marriages, burial rites, reverence of ancestors as well as the role of sangomas (Seers) in the community are addressed.

2 Day Down

Nikita Lalwani - 2018
    Each story digs into one of the five period related problems: Pain | Staining | Sexual Inhibition | PMS | Taboo, through each one's journey. The title signifies the second day of a woman's period, which is said to be the toughest of the five days. The stories are a reflection of the less acknowledged society around us. Through menstrual problems as a window, the book is an attempt to bring light to the intriguing yet briefly understood aspects of womanhood in different age groups.

The Inspector Lynley Collection (Inspector Lynley, #1-4)

Elizabeth George - 2003
    WELL SCHOOLED IN MURDER is set in an old and distinguished public school. The body of a brilliant young pupil is discovered in a country churchyard. Hampered by the code of honour and loyalty that prevail, Inspector Thomas Lynley and Barbara Havers discover within the confines of that privileged community a culture of cruelty that stretches back across the generations.In A SUITABLE VENGEANCE, Inspector Lynley investigation into the brutal murder of a local journalist tears apart powerful ties of love and friendship, shattering the tranquillity of the picturesque Cornish community and exposing a long-buried family secret. Its consequences irrevocably alter the course of Thomas Lynley's life.

Bad Blood: The Secret Life of the Tour de France

Jeremy Whittle - 2009
    And then there are the riders: men of almost superhuman capabilities, men who have become his friends, men whose stories he has written day in day out for the past decade. But even the biggest fan can one day wake up to find that he has lost his faith. Bad Blood is the story of Jeremy Whittle's journey from unquestioning fan to Tour de France insider and confirmed sceptic. It's about broken friendships and a sport divided; about having to choose sides in the war against doping; about how galloping greed and corporate opportunism have led the Tour de France to the brink of destruction. Part personal memoir, part devastating exposé of a sport torn apart by drugs and scandal, Bad Blood is a love letter to one man's past, and a warning to cycling's future.

St Clare's Collection 3: Books 7-9 (St Clare's Collections and Gift books)

Enid Blyton - 2016
    The twins are enchanted by rebellious Claudine and her mad-cap plans, but will she last the term?Fifth Formers of St Clare'sThe girls are in the fifth form, about to reach the sixth, but they are not too old for tricks and escapades, jokes and excitement. Especially amusing is French girl Antoinette who, like her sister Claudine, doesn't always understand the ways of St. Clare's.The Sixth Form at St Clare'sThe unimaginable has happened - the twins made head girl! It's a tough job - cheeky first formers and cruel Priscilla keep the girls on their toes.There'll be mischief at St Clare's!Between 1941 and 1946, Enid Blyton wrote six novels set at St Clare's. Books 5, 6 and 9 are authorised sequels of the series written by Pamela Cox and feature storylines set in between the original Blyton novels. These books were published in 2000/2008 and are unillustrated.

The Dog Nobody Loved

Jon Katz - 2013
    They change you, and you almost never see it coming." When writer Jon Katz met Maria Wulf, a quiet, sensitive artist he felt a connection with her immediately, but a formidable obstacle stood in the way: Maria's dog, Frieda. A rottweiler-shepherd mix who had been abandoned and living in the wild for several years, Frieda was ferociously protective. She roared and charged at almost anyone who came near. But to Maria, she was her sweet, loyal and devoted friend. Jon quickly realised that to win over Maria, he'd have to make friends with Frieda too. The Dog Nobody Loved is the heart-warming story of how one man and a dog discovered it's never too late to find love. Please note, The Dog Nobody Loved is the UK title for the book published in the US as The Second-Chance Dog.

Guide to a Well-Behaved Parrot

Mattie Sue Athan - 1993
    Here too is expert information on feeding, bathing, communicating, proper equipment, plus safe interactions with children and other pets. Twenty-eight full-color photos and line drawings.

The Bird Who Loved To MOO!

V. Moua - 2015
     This is a read aloud kids book that is written in an easy to read rhyme style and is ideal for children from preschool to little kids. "Baa!" said the sheep. "Oink!" said the pig. "Quack!" said a duck. "Neigh!" said a horse. "Moo!" said the little blue bird... Wait a minute...birds don't moo! Unless you're a quirky bird who stars as the main character of this illustrated children's ebook! This book tells the story of a little blue bird that decides he would rather "Moo" than "Tweet." Despite being told by other farm animals what he should be doing, this brave bird prefers to march to the beat of his own drum. By doing so, the little bird realizes that this is the key to his own happiness. The Bird Who Loved To MOO! is a beginner reader book that any child will love, especially at bedtime or as bedtime nursery rhymes. Read this children's book FREE as part of your PRIME or Kindle Unlimited membership Download this children's eBooks The Bird Who Loved To MOO! This kids book is part of the childrens books for kindle edition.

It's got to be Perfect

Claire Allan - 2010
    A big dress. A big day. A big commitment. She even has a scrap book filled to bursting with ideas for her dream day, her dream home and – of course – her dream man.Only problem is, the current man on her arm isn’t so much of a dream as a nightmare and as for the man currently in her bed… that’s a whole other disaster in the making.With her relationship, and her life, heading into a tailspin Annie realises she has to re-examine just what can make her happy, while trying (and failing) not to make things worse.But it’s never going to be easy – especially when she sees her friend Fionn heading straight towards her own big day with her Mr Right. But then Annie misjudges the difficulties Fionn faces with Mr Right’s very own Little Miss, not to mention the ex waiting in the wings.Turning to her sister, Darcy, for support Annie has her eyes opened to just what can make you happy – or indeed make you sad. And she ponders that age old question – is there ever such a thing as the perfect relationship?