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Hitman: My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling,

By David Rehem on November 19th, 2007

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audio-books-nov19.jpgSince the festival days, muscled-up men and women have pretended to fight for money, people are going absolute crazy. Stampede wrestling promoter, Stu Hart had twelve children, all eight Hart boys became wrestlers and all four girls got married with wrestlers. After pondering a career in filmmaking, Hart does extremely well as an amateur wrestler and finally joined his father’s wrestling circuit to earn some extra money. There is a book on Hart’s life written by himself, Hitman: My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling, it’s a story of ups and down of his turbulent life. The story tells us more about Hart’s personal life, where he writes at length about frequently cheating on his wife as a means of dealing with the rigors of the road.

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Let’s Talk About Some Best Selling Books

By David Rehem on November 16th, 2007

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audio-books-nov16.jpgLets talk about some best selling books, following books comes under Fiction:- Stone Cold” by David Baldacci, “Protect and Defend: A Thriller” by Vince Flynn, “Home to Holly Springs” by Jan Karon, “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini, “The Choice” by Nicholas Sparks and “Rhett Butler’s People” by Donald McCaig. Some nonfiction books are: - “You: Staying Young: The Owner’s Manual for Extending Your Warranty” by Michael F. Roizen and Mehmet C. Oz, I Am America (And So Can You!)” by Stephen Colbert, My Grandfather’s Son” by Clarence Thomas, “The Dangerous Book for Boys” by Conn Iggulden and Hal Iggulden, “Clapton: The Autobiography” by Eric Clapton, Become a Better You: 7 Keys to Improving Your Life Every Day” by Joel Osteen. Now we will discuss some hardcover fiction stories:- “Stone Cold” by David Baldacci, “Home to Holly Springs” by Jan Karon, “Now and Then” by Robert B. Parker, “Third Degree” by Greg Iles, “Rhett Butler’s People” by Donald McCaig, “Playing for Pizza” by John Grisham, “The Almost Moon” by Alice Sebold and “The Chase” by Clive Cussler.

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A Story of C. Ben Bosah Lived in Nigeria

By David Rehem on November 14th, 2007

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audio-books-nov14.jpgC. Ben Bosah, an environmental engineer lives in central Ohio. According to Mr. Bosah a true life book about women’s health written by his wife was a just superb. So he came to a decision that he will himself publish the book and enjoy all the profit. The 44-year-old Mr. Bosah, born and college-educated in Nigeria and arrived in the U.S. in 1987. he says that editing, publishing and shipping the book has consumed at least 2,500 hours of his time. “I’m a tough-minded optimist,” he says. Mr. Bosah had no relation with the publishing world but all he had was his strength of mind and hard work, unfortunately it did not work and he made a series of mistakes.

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Jiang Rong a Chinese Author From Jiangsu

By David Rehem on November 13th, 2007

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Jiang Rong a Chinese author beat four other selected Asian writers to win the Man Asian Literary Prize for his best-selling novel “The Wolf Totem. These four writers are Xu Xi of Hong Kong, Jose Dalisay Jr. of the Philippines, Indian author Reeti Gadekar, and Nu Nu Yi Inwa from Myanmar. Jiang, born in Jiangsu in 1946, spent 11 years living with nomadic communities in the Chinese border grassland region. Jiang said “I spent 30 years thinking, and six years writing, ‘Wolf Totem.’ During that process, I hoped to write a story that would appeal to the Chinese sensibility.” Wolf Totem by Jiang was first published in Chinese, it is a story about the struggle of life during the 1966-76 Cultural Revolution and draws on Jiang’s personal experience in the Mongolian grasslands. The English edition of this book will be published in the next year, probably in March.

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Award Winning Love Story by Greg M. Sarwa

By David Rehem on November 12th, 2007

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“If only I could…” a late-in-life love story by author Greg M. Sarwa has been named as an Award-Wining Finalist in the Fiction and Literature: this is romance category of the National Best Books 2007. Before this Award, Sarwa won a finalist status and a Bronze Medal for “The Cattle” in 2005 ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year Competition. The author of this story wants to tell readers that real love has an eternal quality that surpasses even death. He also gives readers hope that it is never too late to redeem our mistakes by giving love another chance. This novel is very well written, its dialogs are so real. “If only I could…” is a story of two mature lovers who try to recapture their lost romance, it’s a very good story, well placed, well worth reading, lovely, heartfelt tale of life-long love and second chances.

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Look Me in the Eye by John Elder Robison

By David Rehem on November 7th, 2007

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audio-books-look.jpgRobison is the elder brother of Augusten Burroughs author of Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s. John Elder Robison is suffering from a disease called Asperger’s Disorder. He is genius as a tinker with cars and electrical engineer — one who designed flaming guitars for KISS and electronic games for Milton Bradley, and later he started a successful garage. Robinson can not see in the eyes, still he can fix broken amplifiers for rock groups, or restore Rolls Royce, like nothing. In an interview Burroughs says that his brother is a gifted storyteller whose tales are well worth hearing. There is a magic in his stories and people love to hear them.

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Banking And Comic Books

By David Rehem on September 5th, 2007

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Learn all about banking through a unique comic book aimed at helping the common person understand banking basics. This crazy idea has been launched by the Reserver Bank of India (RBI).

The comic book is well illustrated and colorfully designed. It promotes a tale o9f a protagonist Raju and how the bank keeps money safe, give interest and issue out loans.

Reserve Bank of India director of Delhi Kahn said “Five more comic books are in the pipeline. Three of these are on basic banking, one for rural poor, another for urban poor and thrid based on eletronic based no-frills account. The fourth one is on currency and the fifth on the RBI as a monetary authority. We are also planning comic books on banking services for specific target groups such as women, defence personnel, senior citizens.”

This article was written by Satyen Mohapatra. Read the entire article on the Hindustan Times website



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