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Three Days on Mimosa Lane (A Seasons of the Heart Novel)
One day can change your life forever…Three days change a painful past into a beautiful tomorrow…
Once, Sam Perry had it all. A loving marriage, an amazing job she adored as a preschool teacher, and a beautiful home. She was safe, happy and secure.
Then the unthinkable happened…
Watching his once carefree wife withdraw into herself was almost more than Brian Perry could handle. The only thing that kept him going was knowing that he loved her more than life itself. Moving her out of New York to Chandlerville, a small, quiet suburb of Atlanta, felt right. Anything, to get her away from the memories of the buildings, and her world, crashing around her.


Leadership Transformed: How Ordinary Managers Become Extraordinary Leaders

Leadership Transformed.
After more than a decade’s research and practice, Dr. Fuda shares the seven common themes that have enabled hundreds of CEOs around the world to transform themselves into highly effective leaders, and transform the performance of their organizations as well. Through his work, Dr. Fuda discovered that the best way to elicit deep and broad discussion of the seven leadership themes—and to describe the CEOs’ mastery of what they had learned—was through metaphor.
Fire—motivational forces that initiate and sustain transformation efforts.
Snowball—mutual accountability, and the consequent momentum that occurs when a critical mass of leaders commit to shared leadership principles.
Master Chef—leadership frameworks, tools, and strategies that can be “artfully” deployed.
Coach—how a “coaching staff” can collectively help leaders achieve their aspirations.
Mask—leaders can shed the heavy burden of wearing a mask in favor of a more congruent “best self.”
Movie—leaders can develop critical capabilities of self-awareness and reflection.
Russian Dolls—how a leader’s personal journey can align with the journeys of his or her colleagues and organization.


Gift
High school sophomore Daisy Jones is just trying to get by unnoticed. It doesn’t help that she’s the new girl at school, lives in a trailer park, and doesn’t even own a cell phone. But there’s a good reason for all that: Daisy has a secret, unpredictable power—one only her best friend, Danielle, knows about.
Despite her “gift” (or is it a curse?), Daisy’s doing a good job of fitting in, and a gorgeous senior named Kevin even seems interested in her! But when Daisy tries to help Vivi, a mysterious classmate in a crisis, she soon discovers that her new friend has a secret of her own. Now Daisy and her friends must deal with chilling dreams and messages from the beyond. Can Daisy channel the power she’s always tried to hide, before it’s too late?


Winter is Coming: Symbols and Hidden Meanings in A Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones fans watch in delight as the epic battle of Lannister and Stark entangles the Seven Kingdoms. But only the sharpest notice how these houses echo Lancaster and York in the War of the Roses. Druids, Catholics, and even Zoroastrians wander through Westeros, reframing their religions for a new world of fantasy. But how medieval is Westeros? Did lady knights and pirates really battle across Europe? The book Winter is Coming: Symbols and Hidden Meanings in A Game of Thrones explores all this and more, from the echoes of history to the symbols and omens our beloved characters. Who is Jon Snow’s mother and why is she a secret? What is Daenerys’s real power, unknown even to her? Will these two characters share a destiny? Where is the red priestess’s real Lightbringer and when will it arrive? Through dreams and prophecies, imagery and allegory, the deepest secrets of the series unfold, in an exploration friendly to watchers and readers alike.


Your New Job Title Is Accomplice: A Dilbert Book
As fresh a look at the inanity of office life as it brought to the comics pages when it first appeared in 1989, this 40th AMP Dilbert collection comically confirms to the working public that we all really know what’s going on. Our devices might be more sophisticated, our software and apps might be more plentiful, but when it gets down to interactions between the worker bees and the clueless in-controls, discontent and sarcasm rule, as only Dilbert can proclaim.


Mystery Girl: A Novel
When Sam Kornberg’s wife, Lala, walks out on him, he’s an unemployed used-book store clerk and failed experimental novelist with a broken heart. Desperate to win her back, he takes a job as assistant detective to the enigmatic Solar Lonsky, a private eye who might be an eccentric and morbid genius or just a morbidly obese madman.
It’s a simple tail job, following a beautiful and mysterious lady around L.A., but Sam soon finds himself helplessly falling for his quarry and hopelessly entangled in a murder case involving Satanists, succubi, underground filmmakers, Hollywood bigshots, Mexican shootouts, video-store geekery, and sexy doppelgangers from beyond the grave. A case that highlights the risks of hardcore reading and mourns the death of the novel—or perhaps just the decline of Western Civilization.


A Taste of Romance
Nicole Vitarelli’s local cable TV cooking show, A Taste of Romance has become very popular and gained a nice following. She finds herself in a quandary, however, when her executive producer suggests she have the boyfriend she talks about so fondly appear on the show. That wouldn’t be such a problem, except for one thing he’s imaginary! Nicole has to come up with someone to play the part, fast.
Jeremy Perez, Nicole’s neighbor, is trying to keep a low profile and distance himself from his famous family. All he wants is to be accepted and loved for who he is. So when Nicole approaches him to play the part of her boyfriend, he’s a little reluctant, though willing to oblige but only if Nicole agrees to make him some home-cooked meals.
Will their relationship and the TV show turn into a recipe for disaster? Or can the two of them put aside their fears and savor a tasty romance?


Sapphire (Grandmother’s Rings Trilogy)
Darn those rings anyway! It’s bad enough that Trent Archer has to be in his sister’s wedding, but she has him paired up with his new brother-in-law’s partner, a female police officer from New York City who looks like she’d rather be anywhere but in New Jersey. The weekend could not be over fast enough for him. Linda Wolff vows to throw the bridesmaid gown she is being forced to wear into the Hudson River right after the wedding. Three reasons: it s mocha, the bow is too big, and she has to wear heels. No way it’s staying in her closet! Trent and Linda begin as unwilling wedding party draftees, but end up as much more when the ring Trent’s mother gave him to help find his perfect match seems to work its magic on this reluctant couple.


Citrine (Grandmother’s Rings Trilogy)
Publication Date: January 22, 2013
Ali Archer is the last one standing. One by one she has watched her siblings fall in love after getting one of their Grandmother’s rings from their mother. She is determined not to let the last ring get her. Jake Daultry is on 30-day leave before going back to his unit in Iraq. All he wants is to enjoy his family and decompress for a while. But it seems as though a bigger skirmish begins the day he meets Ali. At first, it is a classic clash in a contest of wills, but when it culminates in a kiss on the front porch, each feels an attraction that can’t be denied. Can the environmentalist and the soldier find some neutral territory in order to follow their hearts, or will Ali and Jake just have to settle for some combat wounds that may never heal?


Amethyst (Grandmother’s Rings Trilogy)
Love voodoo? Somer Archer didn’t believe such a thing existed when her mother handed her and her siblings each one of their grandmother’s rings and told them the rings would help them find their soul mates. As a reporter for the local paper, Somer deals in fact, not fiction. A New York City police officer assigned to rural New Jersey as part of a Homeland Security cross-training initiative, Nick Daultry plans on completing his assignment and getting back to the city as quickly as possible. But when he finds Somer going through his desk at the station, suddenly small town crime seems awfully interesting. Despite mixing as well as oil and water, Somer and Nick find themselves caught up in the same case. Is it just a reporter’s interest in a story that draws Somer to Nick as well, or is her grandmother’s ring working some magic after all?