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Friday, July 20, 2012

Books Available July 20, 2012

Deer Hunting Awareness, Preparing Your Mental Game, And Avoiding Mistakes
Another in the deer-hunting series that has been daily lately.

Raising Pastured Pigs: A Guide to Rearing, Butchering, and Preserving Pastured Pork (Biggers' Guides to Homesteading)

How to Grow Successful Tomatoes
By UK horticulturalist

by same author:
Top Tips for Successful Gardening - Save Money, Time and Reduce Failures

Heaven or Health - A Doctor's Common Sense Plan to Save our Health & our Health Care System
“Each year, instead of spending our dollars on things that we know will keep us healthy such as nutritious foods, exercise, and time off from work, we spend more of our dollars to fund health care conglomerates (private and government) so that they can control the “best” way to spend and ration these dollars for us…This book... shows how to work within our current medical system to regain control over their individual health and well being.”

The Microcapitalist Manifesto
”explores what went wrong with runaway capitalism and the overreaction of socialism, and identifies steps every citizen can take to encourage responsible, limited capitalism without big business and big government interference.”

A Season on the Allegheny
a rollicking account of a year spent hunting on the Allegheny National Forest. Author Robert Hilliard tracks down more than deer, turkey, and grouse - he captures the Forest's magnificent past and finds the people who are still making history on the Allegheny today. He also pursues the many controversies that swirl around Pennsylvania's only National Forest, including anti-logging and anti-drilling protests, Wilderness designations, and ecoterrorism. "A Season on the Allegheny" also uncovers the quiet but powerful impact of hunter-based conservation groups on National Forests.

Audio Digest medical notes:
---Emergency Medicine: Cardiac Care 2: Anticoagulation and Antiarrhythmics (Audio-Digest Foundation Emergency Medicine Continuing Medical)
---Internal Medicine: Diabetes (Audio-Digest Foundation Internal Medicine Continuing Medical Education (CME).)
---Obstetrics/Gynecology: Health Issues in Pregnancy (Audio-Digest Foundation Obstetrics/Gynecology Continuing Medical Education (CME).)
For all their free ones, see this search:
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Escape from Devil's Canyon
Youth novel. ”A bizarre accident has wiped out electricity across most of the Western United States and, after months of waiting, the Tanager family is finally relocating to the safe zone. All that stands between them and their return to the modern world of T.V., video games, and running water is an overnight train ride. But something goes wrong and young Sophie, Ella, and Jack Tanager find themselves separated from their parents and stranded in the middle of the desert. Now it's up to them to find their own way out. If they have any chance of making it, the Tanager kids will have to be brave, tough, and smart. But will even that be enough to escape from Devil's Canyon?”

Two Of A Kind (The Super Seven)
Youth novel. “…twelve-year-old Faith, who has grown up in a home for orphans in the distant future, unexpectedly finds herself on the run with a youth named Fisher. Together, they must escape the government forces that hunt them to find hope, family and a new life.”

medical conspiracy, by respected traditionally-published author

Camp Tough, Lessons Learned The Hard Way
“Two fathers form a plan to set their sons free to become self-reliant at an isolated camp site owned by Mathew located on a river in the back country of Alberta, Canada. The boys are faced with living in the wilderness by themselves, without any communications or electricity, and facing their issues alone with no adult supervision. Can they endure weeks and weeks of such solitude? There are lessons to be learned...the hard way.”

Valley of Many Women (Women of the Valley)
the first of four novels, which are “a continuous story of an imagined future time when modern, technological society (The Companies) has crumbled, & the people of the United States have been scattered by war, invasion, disease, & factions caused by political discontent called: The Great Collapse. Those who survived have sorted themselves out into new tribal societies separated by race & gender. The Women of the Valley have rejected men, & what they call “The Masculine Principle,” which they believe has caused the current dissolution.”

Turban Tan
”The CIA has been dissolved. A new agency has formed. Espionage plays a valuable role in the business world of 2032. The excavation of resources is driven not by free enterprise but by the desperation to sustain those who serve in protection of the stock piled wealth of a corporate monarchy…“

Fantasy Football and the Mistake of American Unity
American dystopia, 2036

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