100 More Easy Recipes in Jars by Bonnie Scott

100 More Easy Recipes in Jars is the latest collection of gifts from your kitchen, blending this popular trend with a delicious homemade gift that’s sure to please everyone. With this book you have a wealth of simple and easy recipes that will make your gift giving easy this year.

Whether you’re looking for a recipe for a rich and decadent dessert, savory seasoning or warm, satisfying soup, you’ll find a variety of recipes for almost any occasion in this latest collection. Make up a whole batch and you’re ready for any last-minute gift-giving occasion that comes along.

Included are recipes for seasoning and dip mixes, breads, bars, cookies and candy, oatmeal, bread dipping mixes, jams and sauces, soups, rice and stuffing, drinks and nuts and snacks.

All of these recipes are easy to make, using simple ingredients to create a snack or homemade meal that’s as easy to use as a store-bought mix.

These festive gift jars are great for a favorite teacher, your pastor or a thank-you gift for a helpful neighbor. You’ll find many occasions that are just right for gifts in jars, so keep a few handy.

As a free bonus, readers have access to over 2000 online labels and recipe cards to decorate and personalize their handcrafted gift. These professionally designed templates can be used to add a personal touch and create a one of a kind gift that will be the highlight of any occasion. In addition, the labels are completely customizable so you can add your own creative touch to create a fun and tasty gift.

Author: Bonnie Scott

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
162 reviews

Shelve Under C: A Tale of Used Books and Cats (Turning Pages Book 1) by Jenny Kalahar

A novel for everyone, Shelve Under C is a big, leaning stack of humor, heart, stray cat hairs, old book dust, mystery, family drama, longing and hope. Used bookshops often have a cat or two roaming the aisles, sleeping on the shelves, or sleeping on the customers. Here is a novel all about one bookshop and its resident cats, Stomper and Buglit; and about Kris, a 12-year-old boy who apprentices in the shop. Kris is a little bit like the cats: he’s a foster child getting used to a new family, and the cats are being fostered in the bookshop for the local shelter. Stomper and Buglit are a little bit like Kris: they get into trouble, have some wild adventures, and find out just what being part of a family really means.Unlike some novels that have a bookstore setting, Shelve Under C has the real spirit of the store, its owners, its apprentice, its customers and, especially, its cats as the beating heart of this fuzzy beast. Stomper and Buglit would tell you that they are the main characters of their book. Stomps is grumpy, but Kris knows he has a tender middle. As one reader describes him, he’s like “a surly uncle who always shows up for Thanksgiving, eats, and then disappears to the TV room”. Bug is new to the bookshop. She misses her former person, but Mrs. O’Malley is making her life less lonesome and Buglit, in return, is becoming very important to the bookshop owners in some funny and surprising ways.Kris is trying hard to fit into his new foster family, but even after several months he still feels like an outsider. He becomes an apprentice at the bookshop, where he gradually finds a way to fit back into his own world as well as into his foster family’s. Shelve Under C is full of wonderful characters, a wild storm, a doggy bucking bronco, catnip capers, an almost-deadly chicken salad sandwich, and . . . books! No need to knock — the door is open. So come on in, grab something to read, and get comfy on the big, red sofa.This is the first book in the “Turning Pages” series. 

Author: Jenny Kalahar

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
58 reviews

Reflections on Life with my Master: A Dog’s Memoir on Life After Death (Jack McAfghan Pet Loss Trilogy Book 1) by Kate McGahan and Jack McAfghan

All the training in the world cannot touch what love can teach. An expert communicator, Jack McAfghan writes the memoirs of his four-legged life. From Obedience Training to hospice therapy work, he and his master learn life lessons side by side, inevitably applying what they have learned as their own lives unfold.

This extraordinary love story will comfort, inform and support those who are in the process of training a dog, falling in love, or learning to live with loss. Jack presents observations about interpersonal relationships, points out the psychological aspects of canine behavior, and reveals the possibilities that exist in life and after death.

This heartwarming account of Jack’s life will touch anyone who has ever loved. It matters not if they have four legs or two. Throughout the book Jack reminds us that by keeping one’s heart in the right place and by thinking positive thoughts we can manifest the changes needed to alter the course of our lives. Jack brings the wisdom of a lifetime to his readers and he expands our tolerance and compassion for all of humanity. He extends himself to every creature of the earth, every human on the planet, every spirit in the universe and to the bona fide Master over all.

Author: Kate McGahan and Jack McAfghan

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
212 reviews

Growing Food God’s Way: Paul Gautschi Grows Superior Food With Much Less Work By… by David Devine and Joel Salatin

Growing Food God’s Way is a compelling biography of accomplished gardener and arborist Paul Gautschi. Known world-wide for his connection with God’s world of nature, this authorized work explores the man and his wildly successful garden and orchard…while applying revealed principles to guide our daily lives as well.
Home gardeners in 208 countries agree that you can grow better produce with much less cost and less work if you do it God’s way.
CAUTION: this book may rock your worldview!

Author: David Devine and Joel Salatin

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
123 reviews

One Night With You: A Fatal Series Prequel Novella (The Fatal Series Book 0) by Marie Force

Since the debut of Fatal Affair in 2010, Fatal Series readers have been wondering about that “memorable” one-night stand between Sam Holland and Nick Cappuano that took place six years before Fatal Affair opens. Well, wonder no more! One Night With You tells the story of Sam and Nick’s fateful first meeting in which all the chemistry and heat we have come to expect from them is on full display from the first moments they meet. Get all the details of Sam and Nick’s unforgettable night together in this 14,000-word novella! You might want to keep a fan and some ice water handy, because this story is H-O-T!

Author: Marie Force

Rating: Rating: 4.70 / 5
345 reviews

Dogs and Love – Stories of Fidelity: Short humorous and heart-warming dog stories (Dog Stories for Adults Book 1) by Ferris Robinson

These sixteen true stories about dogs will delight every dog lover, and may even please readers who don’t own dogs. Dog memoirs if you will, these stories about dogs are told ‘with sentiment but without sentimentality’, according to one reviewer. “Thanks for a truthful, emotionally accurate, interesting and lovely book,” this same reviewer said.

Although the subjects of these dog stories are the writer’s dogs, these memoirs are universal in their appeal. All of these dog stories are about the special bond that can form between dogs and people. This dog book is for all ages, and with the exception of one story (My Dog is a Slut) any of these dog stories could be a bedtime story for children. These dog stories run the emotional gamut from absurdity to poignancy, and range from humorous to heartbreaking, something any dog lover can understand.
“These simply told tales, straight from Ms. Robinson’s heart, speak of a love that transcends species. Her homespun humor makes them a delight to read, offsetting the raw grief she shares over the loss of tiny Ruth Ann and later big Bubba. But hope springs eternal and new dogs continue to be born, a touching lesson for all, with dogs or without,” says another reviewer. Although the loss of a dog is always sad, it’s the dogs in our lives that somehow make us more human. Life without dogs? I don’t think so.

From dressing a chihuahua in a red corduroy coat to conveying the profound grief of a dog, these dog stories will be appreciated by any dog lover.

Almost every dog memoir in this collection is either about a chihuahua mix and/or the abandoned hound that claimed a family as his own. One story is about a lost mother dog who depended on the kindness of strangers after delivering her puppies in a cave on the side of a cliff. Another is about a little dog’s grief when her master died; although he was important enough to be mourned by an entire city, Mopsy’s sorrow was heartbreaking.

Most of the dogs in these stories came from an animal shelter, and the fidelity that each rescue dog demonstrates, from utter loyalty to pure devotion, makes a master humble. A portion of the proceeds from this dog ebook, as well as from the hard copy of Dogs and Love (available at www.createspace.com) goes to a dog rescue program.

Perhaps you will remember some of the dogs you have loved over the years as you read these stories about dogs, and realize how important dogs truly are in the emotional lives of humans. This book is more than just a group of dog stories about dogs. It’s about the deep emotional connection we share with our dogs, and how special that bond truly is.

“Ferris Robinson’s Dogs and Love is not just about dogs. It’s also about the “Dog Persons” who love them, spoil them, worry about them, grieve over them, rejoice over them, learn from them, and generally cannot live without them. This collection of stories is beautifully written – intelligent, witty, charming and touching without being corny. It is written from the heart of a “Dog Person.” Highly recommend!”
Wilkia Carter

“This is a great book for those of us who love our dogs like members of our families. The stories within the story are great. I laughed and cried and cried and when I finished the book, I had a warm fuzzy feeling in my heart.” Amazon reviewer

“Loved your essays. You made me laugh, made me sad and sometimes nostalgic, such as the one about your empty nest. I really like your work.”
Janie Dempsey Watts – author of Moon Over Taylor’s Ridge

Author: Ferris Robinson

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
138 reviews

Reflections on Life with my Master: A Dog’s Memoir on Life After Death (Jack McAfghan Book 1) by Kate McGahan and Jack McAfghan

All the training in the world cannot touch what love can teach. An expert communicator, Jack McAfghan writes the memoirs of his four-legged life. From Obedience Training to hospice therapy work, he and his master learn life lessons side by side, inevitably applying what they have learned as their own lives unfold.

This extraordinary love story will comfort, inform and support those who are in the process of training a dog, falling in love, or learning to live with loss. Jack presents observations about interpersonal relationships, points out the psychological aspects of canine behavior, and reveals the possibilities that exist in life and after death.

This heartwarming account of Jack’s life will touch anyone who has ever loved. It matters not if they have four legs or two. Throughout the book Jack reminds us that by keeping one’s heart in the right place and by thinking positive thoughts we can manifest the changes needed to alter the course of our lives. Jack brings the wisdom of a lifetime to his readers and he expands our tolerance and compassion for all of humanity. He extends himself to every creature of the earth, every human on the planet, every spirit in the universe and to the bona fide Master over all.

Author: Kate McGahan and Jack McAfghan

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
207 reviews

Growing Food God’s Way: Paul Gautschi Grows Superior Food With Much Less Work by David Devine and Joel Salatin

Growing Food God’s Way is a compelling biography of accomplished gardener and arborist Paul Gautschi. Known world-wide for his connection with God’s world of nature, this authorized work explores the man and his wildly successful garden and orchard…while applying revealed principles to guide our daily lives as well.
Home gardeners in 208 countries agree that you can grow better produce with much less cost and less work if you do it God’s way.
CAUTION: this book may rock your worldview!

Author: David Devine and Joel Salatin

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
123 reviews

100 More Easy Recipes in Jars by Bonnie Scott

100 More Easy Recipes in Jars is the latest collection of gifts from your kitchen, blending this popular trend with a delicious homemade gift that’s sure to please everyone. With this book you have a wealth of simple and easy recipes that will make your gift giving easy this year.

Whether you’re looking for a recipe for a rich and decadent dessert, savory seasoning or warm, satisfying soup, you’ll find a variety of recipes for almost any occasion in this latest collection. Make up a whole batch and you’re ready for any last-minute gift-giving occasion that comes along.

Included are recipes for seasoning and dip mixes, breads, bars, cookies and candy, oatmeal, bread dipping mixes, jams and sauces, soups, rice and stuffing, drinks and nuts and snacks.

All of these recipes are easy to make, using simple ingredients to create a snack or homemade meal that’s as easy to use as a store-bought mix.

These festive gift jars are great for a favorite teacher, your pastor or a thank-you gift for a helpful neighbor. You’ll find many occasions that are just right for gifts in jars, so keep a few handy.

As a free bonus, readers have access to over 2000 online labels and recipe cards to decorate and personalize their handcrafted gift. These professionally designed templates can be used to add a personal touch and create a one of a kind gift that will be the highlight of any occasion. In addition, the labels are completely customizable so you can add your own creative touch to create a fun and tasty gift.

Author: Bonnie Scott

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
161 reviews

How to Start Your Own House Cleaning Company: Go from start-up to payday in one week (Fast Track to Success Book 1) by Angela Brown and Julie Brown

* NEW WITH UPDATED LINKS
Start a house cleaning business with this step-by-step guide and be up and running in one week.
Back in the olden days before the internet was really popular and you could Google search anything, there was trial and error. If you wanted to start a house cleaning business from scratch you could, but it was rarely an overnight success for anybody. Big success was tossed to the cleaning service franchisees who could afford the fancy training, and well-built brands, while the mom and pop cleaning services were left to figure it out on their own.

Good news – times have changed. As an independent house cleaner, you no longer have to wade through endless Pinterest boards for tips and ideas on how to start a house cleaning business.

Angela Brown built from scratch one of the most successful independently owned and operated house cleaning companies in the Southeastern United States. If you are serious about success in the cleaning service industry, you should sign up for her free tips, tricks and time saving hacks by joining the Savvy Cleaner email list at: savvycleaner.com/tips and you follow her blog at: AskaHouseCleaner.com

She has trained a multitude of independent house cleaners how to take their business from day one through expansion and enormous growth.
In this step-by-step guide she’ll show you:
How to set up your home office
What office supplies you are going to need
Ideas for your company logo
How to choose your company name
How to choose a uniform
Tips on creating your company image and brand
How to set your rules and policies
How to choose a territory
Everything you need to know about creating flyers, worksheets and why you need them.
How to bid jobs, what to charge,
What kind of car you need,
Confidence builders & how to build instant credentials,
Bonding, insurance
The magic of the Mulligan,
How to get an endless stream of referrals, how much you should pay for referral fees,
How to never have any billing and collections, and how to always get paid and on time.

(There is a reason they call Angela Brown “The House Cleaning Guru”.)
If you’re here because you have an interest in house cleaning or in upgrading your life and you want to start a house cleaning business,welcome.

House cleaning business is a 49 billion dollar a year industry that is nearly recession proof – when times get hard, people work more hours to pay the bills, they have less time at home to clean,so they outsource their cleaning – which means more business for you and me.

Another awesome reason to start a house cleaning business is this: unlike a regular 9 to 5 job if you get fired, you’re not out of work. You simply add another customer into your new available time slot and keep going. And you will learn here how to do such an amazing job,that you will never get fired, and your clients will never want you toleave.
Franchise or Start a house cleaning business? (FREE BONUS DOWNLOAD: http://savvycleaner.com/franchise
So should you buy into an existing franchise like Molly Maid, MerryMaids, The Cleaning Authority, Maid Brigade, Maid Pro, Sears MaidServices, The Maids, Two Maids & A Mop, You’ve Got Maids, MaidSimple, Cleantastic, Home Cleaning Services of America, Jani-King, MopFrog, Jan Pro, Maid to Perfection, or many of the others on the market? Or should you start your own house cleaning company from scratch? There are pros and cons to both.
If you are not sure of the differences, you ca download a free comparison chart at http://savvycleaner.com/franchise
For the sake of this book we are going to assume you are going to start your own.

Author: Angela Brown and Julie Brown

Rating: Rating: 4.70 / 5
132 reviews