Trouble in Paradise New Adult Rock Star Romance Tyler and Katie’s Story #2

November 17th, 2015 by admin
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TWO FOR ONE! Get TROUBLE MAKERS (Book #1 Katie and Tyler’s Story – Book #4 in the Trouble Series) INCLUDED FREE for a LIMITED TIME!

PRE-ORDER TROUBLE RISING (Book #3 Katie and Tyler’s Story – Book #6 in the Trouble Series) JUST $0.99 amazon.com/dp/B017UNW3FO

TROUBLE ~ Amazon Top 100 Bestselling Series ~ FROM NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR EMME ROLLINS

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Sometimes you have to get lost to find paradise…

When I met Tyler Cook, it was the end of a past I didn’t want to look back on and the beginning of a future I couldn’t wait to start.

One lick of Tyler, and that’s all it took. I was addicted. To him, to his wild, raucous life as a rock star on the road with the band Trouble, and eventually, to most of the drugs I discovered he was taking to make that life—and the secrets he was being forced to keep—a little more bearable.

But I couldn’t quit him, no matter how much it hurt. If you met Tyler, you’d understand why I think he’s so worth it. The man plays guitar like he f*cks—plugged in, turned on, and set to the ultimate high. Every girl wants him but I’m the only girl he wants.

Now he’s clean, he’s mine, and I have everything I could have ever dreamed of.

Until it all comes unplugged and our world goes blacker than black. And then I have to decide if the tormented, broken man I love more than anything is worth everything—even risking my own life.….more info

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Call of the Herald Young Adult Epic Fantasy The Dawning of Power trilogy Book 1

September 11th, 2015 by admin
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Power is back and no one is prepared…

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“I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I would recommend this book for all ages.” Linda Weaver Clarke, author of the new mystery series The Adventures of John and Julia Evans.

“…kind of like a cross between The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter…I honestly could not stop reading this book. I completed it in two days, it was that good.” Cheryl’s Book Nook



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Echoes of the ancients’ power are distant memories, tattered and faded by the passage of eons, but that is about to change. A new dawn has arrived. Latent abilities, harbored in mankind’s deepest fibers, wait to be unleashed. Ancient evils awaken, and old fears ignite the fires of war. When a Catrin Volker, a teenage horse trainer, inadvertently fulfills the prophecy of the destroyer, she becomes the most feared and hunted person on all of Godsland. With the help of her friends, she must convince the world that she wants only peace.

The World of Godsland Young Adult Epic Fantasy Series includes:

The Dawning of Power trilogy (Bundle available)

Call of the Herald

Inherited Danger

Dragon Ore

The Balance of Power trilogy (Bundle available)

Regent

Feral

Regal

The Artifacts of Power trilogy (Bundle available soon)

The Fifth Magic

Dragonhold

The Seventh Magic….more info

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A Wayward Blade An Adult Action and Adventure Fantasy novel Tales of the Blade Book 1

September 4th, 2015 by admin
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Religious war has divided the land. An entire race stands on the brink of extinction. Judged guilty of their crimes by the Regents, a legion of criminals is granted one last chance to serve their lords and God as Blades—fearless soldiers of might and magic.

As a Blade, Ethan Twist is sent to hunt a traitor of the land of Origin and the Holy Church, finding himself in a ruined city of the enemy, abandoned and thought lost to the world. Somewhere in the ruins, a devious heretic awaits, seeking power for his own dark purpose. Can Twist to stop him before it’s too late?….more info

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The Adult ADD/ADHD Healthy Living Guide The complete resource for alleviating managing and possibly completely reverting Adult Attention Deficit Disorder

July 27th, 2015 by admin
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Information about ADD and ADHD in children is very easy to find because this disorder seems prevalent in today’s youth. Unfortunately for adults living with ADD/ADHD, information about managing, alleviating and possibly even reverting the symptoms is not so readily available, until now. This guide is going to help you learn everything you need to know about how treating adult ADD/ADHD.

You may or may not have been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD as a child. Many children who are diagnosed were just expected to outgrow their symptoms, yet that does not happen so easily. Other adults missed being diagnosed because their symptoms were not as easily evident, and also because this disorder did not have formal diagnostic criteria until 1980.

The statistics point to about 4% of adults in the United States are currently living with ADD/ADHD. (1) This number is thought to be much higher due to the number of adults who are struggling and do not receive a diagnosis. Many adults do not realize that their problems stem from ADD/ADHD symptoms, and many others either cannot afford screening or do not realize help is available.

What is ADD/ADHD?

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are both terms that describe the same neurobehavioral disorder. While ADD was used in the past, ADHD is now the encompassing term used for this disorder, according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5). Therefore, the rest of this guide will refer to this condition as ADHD, although ADD is still correct to use in some circles.

There are three types of ADHD, and they do not all include being hyperactive or impulsive. In fact, the first type of ADHD, which used to be referred to as ADD includes symptoms such as not being able to pay attention very well, or being easily distracted, yet not hyperactive or impulsive.

Another type of ADHD includes symptoms such as being hyperactive or impulsive, yet can easily pay attention and is not easily distracted. Then the third type of ADHD includes symptoms of being inattentive, easily distracted, hyperactive, and/or impulsive. You will learn more details about these symptoms in the next chapter.

For now, it is important to understand that a neurobiological disorder is not a mental illness such as depression or anxiety, although you can become depressed or anxious due to living with the symptoms of ADHD. There is no blood test or physical screening that can be done to diagnose this disorder, and it is more difficult to gain a diagnosis as an adult than it is for a child.

Science still has not come to any definite conclusions about what causes ADHD. Genetics, the environment, and food additives are three popular suspects, yet this has not been proven. What we do know is that this disorder is not your choice or your fault.

The good news is that ADHD in adults, and in children is very treatable. “The ADD/ADHD Healthy Living Guide: The complete resource for alleviating, managing, and possibly completely reverting Attention Deficit Disorder” is going to teach you everything you need to find relief, whether you are formally diagnosed, or feel that you are suffering from this disorder.

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How a young adult can get a credit card

February 1st, 2015 by admin

It used to be easy for a young adult to get a credit card. Often, they simply had to fill out the forms credit card companies mailed them once they turned 18. But new legislation has made it more difficult for people under the age of 21 to get a card, and has also changed the ways cards can be marketed to young people.

According to a new report in the Contra Costa (California) Times, there are now four ways for a young person to get a credit card, all of them aimed to protect people under 21 from taking on too much debt. A young person will now have to have an adult co-sign on the card for them, become an authorized user on an existing card, get a secured credit card, or make enough money to have their own.

If a young person has an adult co-sign on a new card, they do so with the risk that the co-signer will assume the debt if the teen cannot pay their bills, the article said. This is somewhat similar to the situation created if they become an authorized user on an existing card. While they are not legally responsible for making the payments, there is nothing to prevent them from paying part of the bill.

For the other two options, both of which involve a young adult getting a card of their own, the article says that getting a secured card could be the wiser choice. The credit on such cards is tied to a pre-existing amount of money in a bank account, and can help build a credit score, but may come with high fees. These cards are designed for people without a credit history to slowly start building one.

The final method is for a young adult to get their own card if they have ‘sufficient income,’ but this is the riskiest way to go because there is nothing protecting the person from debt.

A recent study in the Journal of Consumer Affairs found financial literacy among this demographic is rather low. It said that less than one-third of young adults possess even basic knowledge of routine financial concepts like interest rates, inflation and risk diversification, and much of that was based on what it called ‘sociodemographic characteristics and family financial sophistication.’