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What an MBA Taught Me…: But My Kids Made Me Learn

Publication Date: 12/01/2020

Unleash your hidden leadership skills with this powerful, heartfelt guide. Business schools know that connection, more than curriculum, shapes great leaders. Every aspect of the experience intentionally maximizes relationship building. What an MBA Taught Me...But My Kids Made Me Learn is a sometimes hilarious, other times harrowing journey through Harvard…

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Somewhere You Feel Free: Tom Petty and Los Angeles

Publication Date: 11/17/2020

A complete history of Tom Petty in Los Angeles. When Tom Petty arrived in Los Angeles in 1974 in search of a record deal for his band Mudcrutch, the Gainesville, Florida native found one almost immediately. While he thought he had found exactly what he was looking for in L.A.,…

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Oy! Oy! Oy!: The Teacher Is a Goy

Publication Date: 11/10/2020

In this charming autobiographical novel reminiscent of Chaim Potok’s The Chosen, an assimilated Jewish high school teacher spends an instructive and challenging year teaching in an Orthodox yeshiva in 1950s Brooklyn. The year is 1953 and Henry Saltzman, an Americanized Jew looking for his first job as a high school…

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Quarantine!: How I Survived the Diamond Princess Coronavirus Crisis

Publication Date: 11/10/2020

A passenger’s story of fighting for her—and everyone else’s—rescue from the cruise ship with the first major outbreak of COVID-19 outside China. What happens when you find yourself at the epicenter of a global crisis over a contagious new virus? Bestselling writer Gay Courter and her filmmaker husband learned the…

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The Last Gold Rush…Ever!: 7 Reasons for the Runaway Gold Market and How You Can Profit from It

Publication Date: 10/27/2020

The Last Gold Rush…Ever! makes a powerful case that the US dollar and the global monetary system are headed for a world-changing crisis, describes the ways it will unfold, and explains why owning gold is a vital means of protecting yourself, your family, and your wealth. If you had foreseen…

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It Takes a Revolution: Forget the Scandal Industry!

Publication Date: 10/27/2020

How to wage a peaceful revolution to restore rule of law, ethics, and morality to the nation. With a title that satirically mocks It Takes a Village by Hillary Clinton, It Takes a Revolution: Forget the Scandal Industry! details how our executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government have become…

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Around the World in (More Than) 80 Days: Discovering What Makes America Great and Why We Must Fight to Save It

Publication Date: 10/20/2020

Larry Alex Taunton travels around the world and visits twenty-six countries to answer the question, “Is America exceptional?” A battle rages for the heart and soul of America. For some, America—imperfect as she is—stands out as an exception in a world wrecked by the triple threat of socialism, globalism, and…

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Money in the Streets: A Playbook for Finding and Seizing the Opportunity All Around You.

Publication Date: 10/27/2020

Money in the Streets is more than one man’s journey in hard-knocks New York. It’s more than the recounting of risking it all to win. Told with heart and laced with the sentiment of tremendous gratitude, Barry Habib deftly weaves tales of his upbringing to take the reader back in…

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The Pioneer’s Way: Leading a Trailblazing Life that Builds Meaning for Your Family, Your Community, and You

Publication Date: 10/20/2020

The Pioneer’s Way is a rousing call to those who want to be the solution to the problems in their own communities and beyond. Senseless school shootings, cure-defying epidemics, threats of environmental disaster: these are the kinds of headlines that riddle the news every day. The challenges we face range…

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I Do Not Consent: My Fight Against Medical Cancel Culture

Publication Date: 10/15/2020

From treating COVID patients in her local hospital to fighting for the rights of frontline doctors, Dr. Simone Gold tells her story. “The bumper-sticker directive to ‘follow the science’ was actually an evasion of responsibility. It let people off the hook for their bad decisions in a crisis. Was New…

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