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!

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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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Nicole Star Crossed Lovers A Wish for Love Series Book 2

May 7th, 2015 by admin
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A story of love without boundaries

Romance, excitement, love and friendship in this captivating story of dreams come true.

Eight years after Daniel Miller shattered Nicole’s heart, he comes back into her life in a whirlwind of passion. Nicole, beautiful and talented, has managed with great effort to rebuild her life in Cairns – a resort town on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. He is now a world renowned movie producer and very quickly Nicole finds that her attraction for Daniel has not died but is stronger than ever. Nicole fights the old-new feelings he stirs up in her, while he is determined to tear down the defensive walls she has built around herself. Will Nicole manage to forget the past? Can Nicole and Daniel revive their miraculous love?Mia Shales transports her readers over space and time, from the golden beaches of Australia to exotic Pacific islands to New York City in her magical and unforgettable tale.

A Contemporary Romance that will capture your heart.

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Star Trek Online Credits Guide Credits Making Guide For Star Trek Online

February 16th, 2015 by admin

Star Trek Online Credits Guide – STO is a game of skill where the player progresses through the ranks. While doing so however, credits – the currency or money of the game, may be earned in a variety of ways, such as Strafleet Merit or Energy credits.

With these credits you can barter and trade with others so it is important therefore to know the currency, when to use each, and the value of each type. You also need to know how to spend money efficiently so that you are not on a constant ‘treadmill’ of having to continuously make more and more money due to mistaken spending.   A Star Trek Online Credit Guide will tell you all you need to know about this vital commodity.

For starters, there are 3 forms of ‘currency’ in STO:

- Energy Credits: ‘Spacebucks’. The true ‘cash’ of the STO universe.

- Starfleet Merits: Points awarded for completing missions to be used at NPC shops

- Explorer Badges: Points that can be collected in small quantities and traded for high end loot from NPCs

Merit points are granted for completing missions and can be traded in NPC shops for costume redesigns, ship remodeling, and purchasing bridge officers.

Explorer badges are are awarded for completing exploration missions. Usually you are sent on some exploratory mission to a planet where you can beam down to. Once you complete 3 or so of those, you can receive your exploration credit. There are various levels of these badges. and can be traded in the NPC stores in SOL station for things that may not be necessarily available on the open market or exchange.

Energy Credits. These can be used universally to buy or trade new gear and ships with NPCs or other players. Generally most gear is on the Exchange and generally overpriced so you will need a LOT of credits.

Ways of Amassing Credits

- Find and sell rare/uncommon items

Many missions will give you a rare or uncommon item as a reward. Head over to the exchange and sell it (after checking to see what that item usually sells for of course). or consider making a run to the Starbase 24 or Laurentian system missions which pays handsomely to the top 3 damage dealers.

- Tribble farming

Its rather easy to create the little creatures! All you need is one regular tribble ($100) and some food that you can find on an NPC vendor in a space station (SOL, DS9 etc). The right combination will give you a fancy tribble, which you can then let multiply and re-sell.

- Buy low, sell high

If you have some extra time, this is a fantastic money maker. Most things on the exchange are priced FAR above what they should be. With the economy so skewed you have an excellent opportunity to take in a lot of extra cash. You need to do some research on this but it can be very rewarding for you.

So as you can see there is a lot of ways of obtaining credits, which is something you will definitely need to play this game tactfully. You should seriously consider using a guide such as the STO Credits Guide, which will give you a head start in making your plans

So, do you want to earn lots and lots of credits in Star Trek Online? Today? Right now? Visit: Star Trek Online Credits Guide

Credits For Star Trek Online Now Available

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First of all, understanding the basic knowledge of STO money!

Well, the basic unit of currency in the Federation is the energy credit, an entirely electronic type of money. The credit is quite well entrenched in canon stories: Cyrano Jones was selling tribbles for credits way back in 2268; nearly a century later, they were still in common use when the Federation offered 1,500,000 credits for the Barzan wormhole in 2366. Since players are in the Federation, it makes sense to use Federation credits as the basic currency. We’ll assume that other currencies, such as latinum bars and Cardassian Leks, can be converted into credits (perhaps with some exchange fee).

So players can buy and sell items with credits. But that’s only part of the answer, because credits shouldn’t be a huge part of player’s lives. With or without money, all Federation citizens have every basic need met. Money does exist, but it’s an auxiliary thing, used for buying luxury items and things that the Federation doesn’t give out for free.

For STO, this means that food, lodging, uniforms, simple entertainments, and standard equipment are given freely to the player. If a player buys something, it’s something special, not the usual items that can be had at any replicator. If they want a hand-made Andorian jeweled vase in their crew quarters, they’re going to need some credits. Players might also use credits to pick up strange artifacts from visiting aliens, buy dinner and a holo-suite session at a non-Federation establishment, or bribe a Ferengi to get the inside scoop on a cargo shipment due in this afternoon.

But credits only go so far. Credits just aren’t a factor when it comes to the really important things in a Starfleet officer’s career, like, say, getting a ship commission. Certainly you don’t pay to become a ship captain! But on the other hand, ship commissions aren’t handed out to every Starfleet officer of a certain rank, officers really have to prove their worth before they get a commission.

In Star Trek Online, we model this and similar things via a pseudo-currency called prestige. Prestige represents how much favor a player has with Starfleet. Players earn prestige by completing missions especially well. They can then ‘spend’ their prestige to call in favors, or eventually even earn the captainship of a vessel. Prestige isn’t an actual currency at all, and no character in the game fiction would refer to ‘prestige points.’ It’s entirely an artificial construct used as a bookkeeping device in the game.

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How to repair credit to purchase a home in the near future?

I have read through a lot of the questions that have already been asked but I have yet to find exactly what I am looking for. I have been slowly but surely paying off some of the items on my credit report, all of which are delinquent by several years. My current credit score according to Experian’s Triple Advantage is a 548, and I would really like to increase my credit score by atleast one hundred points so I can purchase my first home in the very near future. I recently contacted a realtor who pulled my credit report and showed my high end credit as 614, mid of 610, and low of 598. I don’t quite understand why none of these numbers match what I am showing on my active Triple Advantage account, but I was told to wait atleast six more months and try to apply for a home again. I was approved on this attempt, but for $25,000 less than what I need and the interest rate was 7.5%.

If anyone has any advice or words of motivation for me I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks all!

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The more negatives you pay off the better. You really need a 2 year consistent on time payment history.

The reason the scores don’t match is that you get the consumer version. I understand there’s a mortgage version, and a car loan version. Also, are you sure Triple Advantage was giving you your FICO. It’s the only score that counts.

Another piece of advice, don’t buy more house than you can really afford. Your house payment shouldn’t be more than 25% of your monthly income. Waiting another 6 months may work out better as far as finding more house for a cheaper price.