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  • Gratitude, Good News & Guidelines

    $4.99$16.99 Khemlani, Bhavna
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    Creative Non-Fiction Anthology

    Creativity is a gift and must never be taken for granted. So many amazing things are part of your life – so why not be grateful for it! Every little thing that happens is good news. Inner faith and acknowledging the challenge that you shall come through it – is good news. Being alive is good news. Awareness and people in your life who have been there, taught you life lessons, and the new opportunities and how far you have come is worthy of every good news. Hence, why not be grateful and embrace the good news that come your way.

    Adopting change and various approaches that bring the best out of you, heal you, liberate you, make you joyful, bring you abundance, and so much more is worthy of an uplifting guideline.

    Why wait for another best seller when you are reading one! Enjoy the Gratitude, Good News, & Guidelines expression of a non-fiction journey shared by writers across the world.

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  • Living The Dream

    $4.99$14.99 Lilburne, Guy
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    Growing old disgracefully in Thailand is an occupational hazard for retired ex-pats who just want to be ‘Living the Dream’. For a small group of ex-pats living in Pattaya, living the dream is sitting in The Sloan Square Bar and playing dominos, obviously putting the world to rights while they play.

    The landlord is Gary Sloan. He is the sort of person you either love or hate. Some people love to hate him and some people hate the fact that they love him. His skin is as thick as a sprung mattress. He leads this group of ex-pats in a series of adventure and misadventure. It is an emotional roller coaster ride of highs and lows that will stay in your memory long after you have finished reading this book. They are more than just close friends. They are a band of brothers. This is their story. A story you will be happy they shared.

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  • Hurry on Sundown

    $4.99$13.99 Pyatt, Nick
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    This is the tale of many attempted entries into Burma to meet the people living life in political oppression. Unfortunately, the two visas that were granted came with limited timeframes.
    The first one barely allowed a whistle-stop tour of basic city centers, where we saw what they allowed us to see. Next up, a visit to the Three Parallel Rivers region of Yunnan Province, China, bordering North-East Burma. Scaled Jade Dragon Snow Mountain at 5,500 meters and descended Tiger Leaping Gorge, the deepest of its kind in the world, but Burma access denied. Made a deal to hitch-hike and navigate the mighty Mekong River from The Golden Triangle to the Vietnam Delta, with an acquired taste diet of garlic and diesel, plus a quick insight in following the footsteps of a want-to-be Siddhartha disciple.
    An extended second visa into the new Myanmar gave time necessary to discover and meet the underground organizations of Academic and Business Management schools and assist them with their foreign networking and correspondence. As usual, there is never a dull moment.
    A lot can happen when you decide to become an ex-pat, teach in a Thai school and buy a bar. And even stranger things can happen when you travel in countries where you have to play charades to order some dinner.
    This book is filled with funny stories, quirky people, and incredibly stupendous situations. This is the third book of the Road Diaries chronicles and it’s time to reassess where the hell I am at, and to consider decorating it with the stuff I have accumulated over the years.

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