How To Get Your Ex Back – Magic of Making Up

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How To Get Your Ex Back - Magic of Making UpClick Image To Visit SiteZzzzziiiiiip…CRASH!…and then the shattering sound of glass as Deidre hurls Al’s Playstation 3 from the 2nd story apartment window…followed by a shrill and sobbing “GET OUT!…GET OUT!…GET OooooUT!”

See,IT WAS THE LAST STRAW! Even though Al loved Deidre with all his heart…he had lied so often… had ignored Deidre so much that she just reached her boiling point that hot, muggy summer afternoon.
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Legacy Code (Fractured Era: Legacy Code Book 1)

Posted on: December 23rd, 2014 by admin

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Space is a brutal home.

Three hundred years ago, the Earth died, and the last humans fled. Beaten. Broken in more ways than one. But there was something they couldn’t leave behind: The Legacy Code—mangled genes that force them to abort half their unborn children.

When Era and Dritan Corinth get placements on the safest ship in the fleet and win a chance to have a child, they feel lucky. Until the day Era’s supposed to find out if her baby has the Defect, and the ship suffers a hull breach. An investigation uncovers new threats. Dangerous secrets. Lies. Treason. Era begins to question everything she’s been taught about the fleet, their search for a new Earth, and the Defect. But the answers she seeks were never meant to be found…

Legacy Code is a suspenseful, dark post-apocalyptic read that has earned five star reviews from fans of books like Hunger Games, Divergent, and Red Rising, and has been compared favorably to Wool, 1984, and the new Battlestar Galactica.

“Addictive sci-fi series. I haven’t been this hooked on an author since Anne McCaffery’s Killashandra series.” ~ Marie Hall, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

What Readers are Saying:

“Upon receiving my copy of The Legacy Code, I started reading and just could not stop, until it was over.”

“It pulled me in faster than most books I have read and kept me on the edge of my seat through the end. I read it all in just a few hours.”

“…An uncertain future has the colonists on edge, leading to acts of terrorism and assassination attempts on government officials… There are several intriguing elements at play, most significantly, the mystery of the Legacy Code and whether it holds the key to humanity’s survival…I’m looking forward to continuing the series to see where it goes from here.”

“A couple of chapters in and I was already hooked! I ended up staying up til midnight (as a mother of a toddler this is a rare occasion) in order to finish it.”

“I just finished this book…at 6:00 AM. This society crafted by Autumn Kalquist is fascinating. I can’t even imagine how much time she spent carefully plotting every detail. Their existence feels so real and so frighteningly possible.”

“I felt like I was there. The romance was sweet, there was pulse-pounding action, the friendship between the girls was amazing, and I was rooting for the characters so hard.”

“Autumn Kalquist is a talented author. LEGACY CODE is easy to read, her plot is engaging, and her characters are real. Her world building is second to none, and I felt completely sucked into her story.”

“I started reading Legacy Code and within the first few pages I was hooked! …it is brilliantly written with detail and imagination from the offset, It is also really well edited. I am really looking forward to where the next installment of the Legacy Code Saga is going to take me.”

“It kind of had an initial feel of Battlestar Galactica — a civilization that has to abandon their planet and go in search of a new one. …It had mystery, a bit of a thriller like aspect, humor, and a taste of romance. I’m hooked enough for another taste, now I just have to wait!”

“I both love and hate this book…but in a good way! Instantly I fell in love with the characters and storyline that Kalquist spun together…This story is based in the future (almost a space opera / dystopian) where the populations of earth escaped to space to find a better world. …we arrive in a distant future where civilization exists on space ships and they have to take decades before making jumps across space -similar in a way to what I imagine Stargate”

“Just when you start getting attached to the main characters..STUFF HAPPENS. And you MUST know what happens NEXT.” …read more by visiting this page
 

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Incredibly good dystopian novel!, November 25, 2014
This review is from: Legacy Code (Fractured Era: Legacy Code Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
I received a free copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review. [Correction: I actually won my copy in a release party giveaway contest. However, I did receive an advance review copy of the sequel, Paragon. That review will be arriving soon.]

Others have covered the plotline, and mentioned that the ending is a downer, so I won’t rehash all of that. Let’s be clear on this: Legacy Code is a dystopian novel. Worthy to stand beside the great classic dystopias, such as 1984 and Brave New World. If you are expecting or wanting something like Star Trek or Star Wars, this isn’t it. Not all science fiction stories (or even all fairy tales) have nice, pleasant happy endings. This is not a children’s story.

Still here? Cool! If you have any appreciation for 1984 at all (I don’t ENJOY reading 1984, but I acknowledge what a masterpiece it is. Even though Animal Farm was better.), you should be able to appreciate Legacy Code just as much. If not more. This short book takes you on an emotional roller coaster. Not the nice, open-air kind. Like Space Mountain, but all the lights malfunctioned and the cars are emitting intense metallic screams because they are moving too fast.

You’ll come to really care about most of the characters, who are in survival mode in a situation that’s just not conducive to surviving. Like the book itself, their lives are brutal and short. They have to cram a lot of living, painful as it is, into the short time they have. The beautiful thing is, they do. The will to survive is a powerful force, and it does not surrender easily to even the most hopeless situations. Just like in Alien, the worst of it is the human actions. The government is brutal and oppressive, and yet damned if you don’t see that it’s not doing anything wrong, from the point of view of those making the horribly tough decisions. They truly don’t see that they have any other choice.

For those who read the earlier reviews, especially those with one or two stars, rest assured this book does have a sequel, Paragon, which will be released on December 1st, 2014. It’s part of a larger series of novels. This book is a complete story in itself, but the bigger story starts long before the events in this book and continues after it.

I’m still stunned by one feature of this novel: one of the characters is writing a song, and the lyrics are part of the book, but the song is real; Autumn Kalquist wrote music as well as the words, and she sings it, and you can download the song for free if you sign up for her free newsletter! Not many novels can boast of that feature when they have not been made into a movie.

And yes, there are some vocabulary words which are a direct result of it being set in the distant future. Slang changes over time. I did ask the author about one of them, and she confirmed that “quin” (a food raw material mentioned many times) is short for “quinoa”, and hence is pronounced “keen”. The rest of the words should be self-explanatory.

I give this book my highest recommendation, granting that you accept that it is a dystopia and consider it R-rated due to the subject matter. I concur with the other reviewers who say that Autumn Kalquist is an author to watch. I think she’s on the track to become both rich and famous through her writing, and deservedly so.

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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Couldn’t put it down!, March 13, 2014
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Honestly there isn’t anything I didn’t like about this story. With so many post-apocalyptic type books and movies out there, I found The Legacy Code to be completely plausible. I read this book start to finish without putting it down once. If you like Sci-Fi TV like Stargate, Battlestar Galactica and the like, you will love The Legacy Code. I tend to shy away from most Sci-Fi books because of the lack of character development and connection to the story. The Legacy Code is certainly not like that. The characters and story line felt so real, it was hard not to get hooked. My kudos to the fine work of the author and I so much look forward to book 2.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Legacy Code, May 23, 2014
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This review is from: Legacy Code (Fractured Era: Legacy Code Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
Book one of Legacy Code is Era and Dristan Corinth’s story of their life on the starship Paragon. The survivors of Earth had been searching for a new planet 300 years ago. Era is asked to replaced the old Archivist while Dristan is sent with his maintenance crew were rotated down to the toxic planet Soren while Era worries about her unborn child having the defect. The survivors had been told that thanks to genetic modification to solve Earth’s problems but it only made it worse. When Ea heard the rumor that her baby could be fixed if it was defective she does the unthinkable…………

What an awe inspiring tale that pulls at your heart strings as Era fights for her child that must be aborted as supplies are limited and must be used for the healthy. Ms. Kalquist will make you want to read more and I can’t wait to read the next book!!

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40 Prayers and Proverbs: A Father’s Favorite (40 Prayers Series)

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The book of Proverbs is filled with wisdom and has been passed on from generation to generation. Proverbs give real-life lessons to live by. If we commit them to memory, we can call them to mind as we go through our day. Proverbs 3:5-6, says “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, lean not on your own understanding, in all your ways submit to Him and He will make your path straight.” NIV. This verse was one of the first that I committed to memory. It’s amazing how many times I reflect on it throughout the day. It definitely guides my path.

This book is my way of showing my gratefulness to my Lord Jesus Christ. For over seven years my wife and I tried to have children, but were unable. It completely strained our marriage. It was only by the grace of God, as He blessed us with children, that we really accepted His living and dying salvation for ourselves. Christ Jesus changed our hearts to bring us closer to Him. Now I write this book with my three sons. The entire experience is truly a miracle.

Please help our prayers and Proverbs for Wisdom spread around the world, renewing hearts and minds to focus on You. Let’s get to prayer! If the Lord leads you through these prayers to memorize a highlighted Bible verse, please do.

To God be the glory,

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When Mom and Dad Separate: Children Can Learn to Cope with Grief from Divorce

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When Mom and Dad Separate: Children Can Learn to Cope with Grief from Divorce

 
 
  
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Discusses basic concepts of marriage and divorce. Offers children a creative way to sort out the stressful feelings of grief caused by change. …read more on this page
 

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great even for very young children, March 16, 2010
This review is from: When Mom and Dad Separate: Children Can Learn to Cope with Grief from Divorce (Paperback)
I bought this for my boyfriends 4 year old daughter and 8 year old son. It’s been years since he and his ex have been living separate lives in separate homes but it seemed apparent that the children were still struggling to adjust. I dedicated an afternoon at B&N to read through various children’s books geared towards coping with divorce and ultimately decided to go with this one. I appreciate it’s neutrality between the mother and father role (quite a few seemed geared towards making the father seem like a dead beat) and while I really enjoyed reading through Dinosaurs Divorce, I was concerned about the page where mommy dinosaur is shown as an alcoholic/pill abuser.

We introduced the books to the children as fun activity guides where they get to create their own story through drawings and words. Both kids thought it was soooo cool that they could ‘write and draw’ in a book all about them. Personally, I was REALLY impressed at how easy it was for them to communicate in drawings and I was absolutely thrilled at the open dialogue that it created between them and their father about their feelings. In addition to helping discover some of the unhealthy misconceptions they both had about their parents divorce, it also allowed us to uncover his daughter’s tremendous fear of death (in particular losing either one of her parents while she is away from the other on visitation). Tom had recently lost both of his parents to cancer but there was no indication to us that the kids were upset by this and so we just assumed that they both had a very healthy understanding of life and death. As a result of our success with this book, we’ve also purchased “When someone very special dies” by the same author to help guide them through having healing conversations on this topic.

I would highly recommend this book as a great tool for open communication on an otherwise challenging topic.

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
A helpful tool for kids., March 31, 2000
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This review is from: When Mom and Dad Separate: Children Can Learn to Cope with Grief from Divorce (Paperback)
As a school counselor, the workbook was helpful to me in getting kids from divorced homes to talk about their feelings. The content is simple and straightforward, but not upsetting. It focuses on acceptance and positive change. The kids loved drawing the pictures and putting their name on the book as the illustrator. It gives them something to feel proud about. The workbook could also be a helpful tool for parents who are having difficulty talking to their children about divorce.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Absolutely wonderful, February 18, 2005
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This review is from: When Mom and Dad Separate: Children Can Learn to Cope with Grief from Divorce (Paperback)
In 2002, I seperated from my husband and my son who was 5 at the time had a hard time adjusting. I enrolled him in counseling and happened on this book. I must say it was EXTREMELY HELPFUL. My son was able to show me his feelings in pictures and I was able to make that connection that helped him cope with what was happening to our family.

I had two other children as well but they were too young at the time of the divorce to understand what was happening. Now that they are 5 also they are beginning to understand and one daughter in particular is having a hard time. I am sooo glad I refound this book. I just purchased it again for her and cant wait til we can start healing together when it arrives.

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Interpersonal Communication: Everyday Encounters, 7th Edition

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Interpersonal Communication: Everyday Encounters, 7th Edition

 
 
  
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You’ll find your voice and experience communication success with INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION: EVERYDAY ENCOUNTERS, 7E. Award-winning author Julia T. Wood presents a pragmatic introduction to the concepts, principles, and skills of interpersonal communication–helping you build the skills you need to become a better communicator. You’ll also read about such timely issues as the ethical challenges and choices that affect interpersonal communication, emotional intelligence and forgiveness, interracial relationships, safe sex, ways to deal with abuse from intimates, race-related differences between conflict styles, and the power of language. …read more by visiting this page
 

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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Best Text I’ve Read, February 9, 2013
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This review is from: Interpersonal Communication: Everyday Encounters, 7th Edition (Paperback)
I bought this for a class. I read it cover to cover because it grabbed my interest and was enjoyable to read. You learn a lot about the nuances of personal communication and yourself. It is actually kind of self inspiring for someone who wants to communicate well as in to understand and be understood.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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One of the best textbooks on the subject of communications, November 29, 2013
This review is from: Interpersonal Communication: Everyday Encounters, 7th Edition (Paperback)
I’ve been using editions of this text for more than fifteen years. It’s a thorough introduction to the basics of interpersonal communication. I’ve also taken key concepts and used them in my workshops for business. Yes, it’s a college text, BUT it really is an intelligent, easy to understand overview for anyone looking to improve their skills. It has a permanent place in my bookcase!

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
Good text book, good book, August 25, 2013
This review is from: Interpersonal Communication: Everyday Encounters, 7th Edition (Paperback)
Bought this book for a college class. It is a very readable, very accessible book, pleasant and easy to read. For the most part, it is very inclusive of alternative cultural values and family configurations. Good author, good book – I totally would recommend it.

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