Best-selling author, editor and raconteur, Samuel Murphy, former educator and CEO of The William Murphy Advertising Agency, spent several years researching family and marital relationships, child rearing, unemployment and personal finances. Much of the data from his research resulted in the publishing of his first book, Real Advice for the Unemployed and the second in the series, Real Advice for the Newlywed. Murphy’s frank and friendly style, perfected in many articles and short stories involving the poignant and personal side of life that revolves around the impact of personal choices and significant changes in peoples’ lives—especially when those choices are made during stressful times. Mr. Murphy lives in a log home that he constructed on the Gulf of Mexico side of Florida with his wife, children and many animals.
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If you are a boxer, kickboxer or MMA fighter or fighter-in-training, this book offers you world-class coaching from Mark Ginther, best-selling author and highly experienced strength and conditioning trainer. You no longer have to figure it out on your own. This book will take you step-by-step through the process of setting goals and designing a program for achieving them by planning and tracking your unique workouts.
It's a risky job, but Lexie Miles was born to do it. It is her destiny to take up the sword against the dark forces in a two-thousand-year-old war against Vampires. But what happens when she falls in love with Etienne Benoit, a vampire working for the forces of good? Can he be trusted? Can a vampire ever truly be redeemed?
Down-to-earth real-world advice for dealing with in-laws, money, arguments, household chores, etc. offered based on extensive research and life experience by “untherapist,” straight-talking and best-selling author, Samuel Murphy.
Popular author and humor essayist, Allen Smith has done it again. He’s managed to skewer everything that’s sacred—including sex, political correctness and even religion—in his new book, Monkey in a Pink Canoe.
A concise “how to” book that helps Internet users understand, identify and avoid the many online scams that cost individuals a total of over 500 million dollars in stolen cash and goods that are reported every year. Perhaps the majority of these crimes go unreported and men are the most common victims.
From Facebook and Twitter to online dating, every aspect of social media is examined in this surprising little book. You will learn what social media is doing for and to people online, prepare yourself for the possibilities and understand how things can wrong. Whether it’s for you or your children, you need to understand social media because it is part of modern living and here to stay.
Written for the non-technical reader, this book provides you with the fundamental knowledge you need to navigate safely in the age of information. From physical security, to information security, to malicious software and viruses and how to avoid them, all are covered in this simple and easy-to-read book that prepares you for your online life.