Download The Run Walk Run Method by Jeff Galloway (.ePUB)+

The Run Walk Run Method by Jeff Galloway
Requirements: ePUB, MOBI or AZW3 Reader, 1.4MB
Overview: Jeff Galloway’s injury-free marathon training program has helped hundreds of thousands of runners of all abilities. His training schedules have inspired the second wave of marathoners who follow the Galloway RUN-WALK-RUN, low mileage, three-day suggestions to an over 98% success rate.

Runners will explore the RUN-WALK-RUN Method the principles of and mental and physical benefits behind the method. You will learn Jeff’s Magic Mile, how to set up a running strategy, mental training, proper form and technique, drills, transitions, problem solving, running faster, race rehearsals, and more.

Jeff’s innovative ideas have opened up the possibility of running and completing a marathon to almost everyone. Philosophically, Jeff believes that we were all designed to run and walk, and he keeps finding ways to bring more people into the positive world of exercise.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Health, Fitness, Sport


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Download Inkheart by Cornelia Funke (.MP3)

Inkheart by Cornelia Funke (The Inkheart Trilogy #1)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 405.6 mb, 15 hrs and 27 mins
Overview: Twelve-year-old Meggie Folchart , listening to the rain in bed one night, sees a stranger approaching her house. The man, who identifies himself as Dustfinger, is acquainted with Meggie’s father, Mo, who Dustfinger calls "Silvertongue". Meggie overhears Dustfinger warning Mo about someone who is searching for him, and the three of them leave Meggie’s most recent home (Meggie and Mo are constantly moving) and depart for a visit towards Italy. Meggie learns that she, Mo, and Dustfinger are fleeing from a mysterious man named Capricorn, and that they are going to her mother’s aunt, Elinor. Meggie has not seen her mother since she was three years old, and although she and Mo love books, he never reads aloud to her.
Genre: Audiobook > Children’s Fiction


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Download State Murder series by Agnes Alexander (.ePUB)

State Murder series by Agnes Alexander (#01~3)
Requirements: ePUB Reader | 1. 3 MB | Version: Retail
Overview: Agnes Alexander’s first book was published in 2004. A Bought Bride is her 28th novel. It is the 2nd Romantic Suspense published by Whiskey Creek. They have also published 6 Western Historical Romances for her. Traveling is one of her passions and she has visited forty-eight of the fifty states. She says the other two are on her bucket list. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Carolina Romance Writers, Sisters-in-Crime, Murder we Write, Writers of the Triad, Tarheel Writers Roundtable, Western Writers of America and two local groups.
Genre: Mystery

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1. Murder in North Carolina
Rebecca Davidson Armfield, heir to the multi-million-dollar Davidson Industry fortune is trying to cope with the loss of her unborn child. Suddenly, her sister turns up missing. Vernon Armfield, concerned only with business is uncaring about his wife’s situations and is of no help. Rebecca turns to Nick Quimbley, widower and owner of a detective agency. During the search for the secretive Miss Davidson, they stumble on a group of locals filming pornographic movies. Then, a body shows up in South Port’s historical graveyard, and the investigation begins to concentrate on an unscrupulous and unknown person who is trying to take over Davidson Industries. All the time Rebecca and Nick fight the attraction that grows between them in spite of their decision to not let it.

2. Murder in Georgia
When Nicole Lynch regains consciousness, she doesn’t know wo she is or why she’s on the floor of the ladies’ room of a Macon, Georgia department store. In the struggle to find herself, she rents a room from a vivacious Italian lady in her seventies and takes a job in an insurance agency. She is immediately drawn to one of the owners, Connor Cottingham. Meanwhile, an unbalanced woman has set out to win Connor’s affections. Connor is fighting his own demons. He is the sole survivor of an automobile accident that robbed him of his wife and three children. He carries so much guilt he doesn’t think he deserves to love again. To make matters worse, there is a sadistic killer on the loose. By the time they learn the truth of what is happening, will it be too late for Nicole and Connor’s attraction to become something more?

3. Murder in South Carolina
Nola Dean Buckingham decides to go to her Myrtle Beach condo when her daughter leaves for college. She arrives shortly after a heavy band of thunderstorms have knocked out the power. Climbing seven floors to her unit with her dog on his leash and her cat in his carrier, she expects to go inside, find candles and relax. Instead, she enters the dark condo and falls over a dead body.

The next morning, the body disappears from her condo and turns up on the beach. Police Detective, Joe Randell thinks Nola Dean imagined the incident, but there’s something about the widow that intrigues his softer side. When she receives threatening calls and more bodies turn up, he knows he must solve the cases to keep her safe.

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Barking Up the Wrong Tree: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong by Eric Barker
Requirements: ePUB or AZW3 Reader, 1.4MB
Overview: Much of the advice we’ve been told about achievement is logical, earnest…and downright wrong. In Barking Up the Wrong Tree, Eric Barker reveals the extraordinary science behind what actually determines success and most importantly, how anyone can achieve it. You’ll learn:

• Why valedictorians rarely become millionaires, and how your biggest weakness might actually be your greatest strength

• Whether nice guys finish last and why the best lessons about cooperation come from gang members, pirates, and serial killers

• Why trying to increase confidence fails and how Buddhist philosophy holds a superior solution

• The secret ingredient to “grit” that Navy SEALs and disaster survivors leverage to keep going

• How to find work-life balance using the strategy of Genghis Khan, the errors of Albert Einstein, and a little lesson from Spider-Man

By looking at what separates the extremely successful from the rest of us, we learn what we can do to be more like them—and find out in some cases why it’s good that we aren’t. Barking Up the Wrong Tree draws on startling statistics and surprising anecdotes to help you understand what works and what doesn’t so you can stop guessing at success and start living the life you want.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Business, Economics


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Download Passion Politics Everyday Activism by Gloria Steinem (.ePUB)

Passion, Politics, and Everyday Activism: Collected Essays: Moving Beyond Words; Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions; and Revolution from Within by Gloria Steinem
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 4.4MB
Overview: Three New York Times–bestselling essay collections spanning the pioneering career of a legendary voice in the American feminist movement.

Gloria Steinem has been a fierce and unapologetic advocate for women around the globe. Her words and actions have inspired generations of women to think differently about themselves and their roles in society. These three essay collections bring together Steinem’s most enduring work.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Essays


Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions: As powerful and thought-provoking as when it was first published in 1987, this collection spans Steinem’s early years as a writer, including the controversial article documenting her undercover stint as a Playboy Bunny and the hilarious satire "If Men Could Menstruate."

Moving Beyond Words: In some of her most moving work, Steinem displays the full range of her intellectual agility and sly humor. In these rich and compelling essays, she challenges societal constructs of gender and race, freeing our understanding of wealth, strength, and aging from Freudianism and patriarchal thought.

Revolution from Within: Steinem shares her journey toward achieving the inward development she discovers to be the necessary complement to external political change.

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Download Burke Davis on the Civil War by Burke Davis (.ePUB)

Burke Davis on the Civil War: The Long Surrender, Sherman’s March, To Appomattox, and They Called Him Stonewall by Burke Davis
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 8MB
Overview: Four captivating and richly detailed Civil War histories from a New York Times–bestselling author.

Award-winning author Burke Davis writes with "an eye for narrative detail that turns history into storytelling" in these four classic Civil War narratives (The New York Times Book Review).
Genre: Non-Fiction, History


The Long Surrender: Though Jefferson Davis had planned to escape to Cuba after General Lee’s surrender at Appomattox Court House, a $100,000 bounty was placed on his head. This "marvelous" and "wonderfully written" account chronicles the Confederate president’s flight, capture, and imprisonment—while offering a panoramic history of the last days of the Confederacy (Denver Post).

Sherman’s March: Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman’s infamous "March to the Sea" was a crucial turning point in the Civil War. Weaving together hundreds of eyewitness accounts, this riveting history is "bound to startle and inform even students of Civil War literature" (The New York Times).

To Appomattox: Drawing on a wide array of firsthand accounts—from soldiers and commanders as well as ordinary citizens—Davis offers a "masterful" and intimately detailed account of the last nine days of the Civil War, from the Siege of Petersburg to the fateful meeting between Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Court House (The Christian Science Monitor).

They Called Him Stonewall: Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson was an innovative battlefield strategist who struck terror in the hearts of Union army commanders and inspired Confederate soldiers to victory after victory in the early days of the Civil War. Based on a wealth of first-person sources, including Jackson’s private papers and correspondences, this New York Times bestseller paints as definitive a picture of Jackson, the officer, and of his generalship, as anyone can hope to read.

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Download Bourbon Springs Box Set Vol.2 by Jennifer Bramseth (.ePUB)

Bourbon Springs Box Set: Volume II (Bourbon Springs #4-6) by Jennifer Bramseth
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 985KB
Overview: Jennifer Bramseth is the author of the Bourbon Springs Series, a nine-book small-town contemporary romance series set in the Land of Bourbon and Bluegrass. She is a Kentucky native and lifelong resident who lives next to a horse farm and within minutes of several bourbon distilleries.
Genre: Fiction, Contemporary Romance


Get Books 4-6 in the Bourbon Springs Series in this box set. Included works:

Distiller’s Choice (Book 4): CiCi Summers isn’t used to being the center of gossip in Bourbon Springs and she doesn’t like to date divorced guys. But she can’t resist Walker Cain, the new master distiller at Old Garnet Bourbon Distillery. Will her choice to make an exception for the new hot nerd in town be the right one?

Cedar and Cinnamon (Book 5): Harriet Hensley and Goose Davenport don’t share much in common—or so people think. But after one wonderful, secret night, they’re not allowed to see what happens next. Years later, can they pick up where they left off or will history repeat itself?

Distilled Heat (Book 6): Pepper Montrose has only known bad luck for most of her life. But when incredible good fortune strikes, her life is irrevocably changed by unexpected good fortune—as well as an unexpected encounter with Jon Buckler, her lifelong best friend.

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Download Written in Blood by Graydon A. Tunstall (.ePUB)

Written in Blood: The Battles for Fortress Przemyl in WWI by Graydon A. Tunstall
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2.3MB
Overview: Bloodier than Verdun, the battles for Fortress Przemyl were pivotal to victory on the Eastern Front during the early years of World War I. Control of the fortress changed hands three times during the fall of 1914. In 1915, the Austro Hungarian armies launched three major offensives to penetrate the Russian encirclement and relieve the 120,000 trapped in the besieged fortress. Drawing on myriad sources, historian Graydon A. Tunstall tells of the impossible conditions facing the garrison: starvation, "horse-meat" diets, deplorable medical care, prostitution, alcoholism, dismal morale, and a failed breakout attempt. By the time the fortress finally fell to the Russians on March 22, 1915, the Hapsburg Army had sustained 800,000 casualties; the Russians, over a million. The fortress, however, had served its purpose. Tunstall argues that the besieged garrison kept the Russian army from advancing farther and obliterating the already weakening Austro Hungarian forces at the outset of the War to End All Wars.
Genre: Non-Fiction, History


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Download Chasing the Harvest by Gabriel Thompson (.ePUB)

Chasing the Harvest: Migrant Workers in California Agriculture by Gabriel Thompson
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 1.3MB
Overview: Lives from an invisible community—the migrant farmworkers of the United States

The Grapes of Wrath brought national attention to the condition of California’s migrant farmworkers in the 1930s. Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers’ grape and lettuce boycotts captured the imagination of the United States in the 1960s and ’70s. Yet today, the stories of the more than 800,000 men, women, and children working in California’s fields—one third of the nation’s agricultural work force —are rarely heard, despite the persistence of wage theft, dangerous working conditions, and uncertain futures. This book of oral histories makes the reality of farm work visible in accounts of hardship, bravery, solidarity, and creativity in California’s fields, as real people struggle to win new opportunities for future generations.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Sociology, Politics


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Download The Wall Street Journal – 17 May 2017 (.PDF)

The Wall Street Journal – 17 May 2017
Requirements: PDF Reader, 8/3/13 Mb
Overview: The Wall Street Journal is an American English-language international daily newspaper with a special emphasis on business and economic news. Its main rival in the business newspaper sector is the London-based Financial Times, which also publishes several international editions.
Genre: Newspaper


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