Top 83 Spots for 2015:
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Want an easy-to-read travel guide to Tucson? This book shows the top 83 best spots in this unique destination in United States.
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‘Tucson Top 83 Spots’ is your menu to all the ‘must-visit’ spots in this destination in United States.
Quickly get the lay of the land, understanding all your day, food and night-life options.
Enjoy your days at places like: B Line, University of Arizona, El Charro Cafe, Blue Willow Restaurant, Whole Foods Market, Performance Bicycle, Epic Cafe, Empire Pizza & Pub, Time Market, Coffee X Change, Cartel Coffee Lab, The Hotel Congress, Frog & Firkin, Food Conspiracy Co-op, B Line, University of Arizona, El Charro Cafe, HUB Restaurant & Creamery, Blue Willow Restaurant, … amongst tons of other interesting nooks in Tucson!
Enjoy local cuisine at top notch restaurants like: Frog & Firkin, Jimmy John’s, B Line, El Charro Cafe, HUB Restaurant & Creamery, Blue Willow Restaurant, The Loft Cinema, Epic Cafe, Empire Pizza & Pub, Time Market, Coffee X Change, Cartel Coffee Lab, Plush, Che’s Lounge, The Hotel Congress, The Rialto Theatre, Frog & Firkin, B Line, El Charro Cafe, … amongst many other food spots!
Party at local hangouts like: The Rialto Theatre, Frog & Firkin, B Line, University of Arizona, El Charro Cafe, HUB Restaurant & Creamery, Whole Foods Market, Performance Bicycle, The Loft Cinema, Laffs Comedy Caffe, Epic Cafe, Empire Pizza & Pub, Time Market, Coffee X Change, Cartel Coffee Lab, Plush, Che’s Lounge, The Hotel Congress, The Rialto Theatre, … amongst dozens of others!
The Adventures of Tiffany Masters
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Enter into a world of mystery, intrigue, and sexual adventure with these 3 tales of sex, drugs and Rock-n-Roll from Tiffany Masters. What happens when a girl from small town Kansas moves to the wild world of Las Vegas? Well, you’re about to find out in 50 stories. This is Vol 1.
She is letting readers into the depths of her world for the first time like never before. She leaves writing for Vegas magazine columns and takes you on adventures around the world in her new book series. The stories are sometimes funny, sometimes a little raunchy, but always fun, sexy, and enlightening. Tiffany shares her dating disasters, adventures at Burning Man and a New Orleans romance with a Vampire cult. – it’s all based on true events and written in her own fabulous words.
*Note stories are for entertainment purposes only. Names have been changed.
About the Author: Tiffany Masters
Award winning columnist/ radio host.
Born on a farm in Michigan without any indoor plumbing, her single mom heads out to give her daughter a better life. After spending her school years in Kansas she packs up and moves herself to Las Vegas for a life full of excitement.
She paved the way for other women to enter into nightlife entertainment and was crowned the “Queen of Las Vegas Night Life”. She won awards as Most influential women and best writer in Vegas Nightlife, most inspirational and recently best radio talk show for dating.
She leaves writing assignments for Vegas magazine columns and takes you on adventures around the world in her new book series. The stories are sometimes funny, sometimes a little raunchy, but always fun, sexy, and enlightening. These are based on her memoirs of what it was like to romp the world in her Sin City stilettos.
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Interview with Martez Bowens
The Guide To Becoming his Woman
What do you want our audience to know about you?
This is just one topic of many to come, also just a taste of the products I have to offer
How did writing this book help you?
I finally got these thoughts out of my head, when you have great information to share it gets frustrating not be able to share it.
Was it difficult to share your personal experiences with others in this book?
Not at all, I believe personal stories provide the best advice.
Was there someone special in your life that encouraged you to follow your passion?
My grandmother, she taught to have no ceilings when it comes to my dreams and goals
What’s next? Is there something you’re working on now?
Two books, expanding my radio station OneVisionRadio, and a book about an alternative herb.
What do you hope readers will “take away” from reading your book?
To realize it’s a new age when it comes to dating so sometimes you have to “think outside the box”
About the Author: Martez Bowens
In 2011, Martez founded One Vision Enterprises. His goal was to create something that brought independent and small businesses to the forefront. Martez also launched his own radio station in 2013. His radio station is veered towards local and independent artist with a variety of indie and urban music. Another accomplishment that Martez has is that he self- published his first E-Book ” The Guide To Becoming His Woman” in 2014. He also plans to release his second book ” Why You Won’t Succeed, Until You Change Now.”
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meant for greater things
Debut Science Fiction
by John Mickus
Jasper Joyce is good with lasers and satellites, but he’s not so good with people. Everyday life for others seems to give Jasper a very hard time, but solar physics— he can understand.
Little by little, he endures his new job and continues to build mysterious devices. But why doesn’t Mr. Joyce quite fit in? Why does he care so much about us and the world we live in? Does he know something we don’t?
Many of his inventions are radically advanced. In fact, Jasper is creating technology that will change the world.
About the Author: JOHN MICKUS
JOHN MICKUS has worked as a Software Engineer ever since he graduated college. He’s had a variety of technical experience from working in Defense, Internet Security, Medical and Multimedia industries. He’s passionate about many science and artistic endeavors, and finds inspiration from the modern-day cinema.
Meant for Greater Things is his first novel.
Alexandra Faer Bryan
Green Kitty -
Stories My Grandma Still Remembers
a Children’s Book about Alzheimer’s
Winner of a gold seal of excellence from
Mom’s Choice Awards!
Tell us about your book?
Green Kitty-Stories My Grandma Still Remembers is full of true, heart warming and funny animal stories. The book was written to help children understand dementia in an entertaining manner. But it has been called a book for all ages and for anyone who loves animals. It just won a gold seal of excellence from the prestigious Mom’s Choice Awards as well as placing as a finalist for both Book of the Year and International Book of the Year in children’s fiction.
What inspired you to write it?
Having grown up on a farm and being surrounded by animals all my life, I have collected many varied anecdotes about pets and other animals. But the inspiration to write the book came from working as a nurse in an assisted living facility and seeing so many children who didn’t know what was happening to their grandparents or how to respond to the their illness.
Have you always enjoyed writing?
Actually, I hate to write. English was my worst subject in school. But writing this work was a labor of love because of all the people that I know that are affected by dementia.
What type of work do you do?
I have been a registered nurse since 1978 and love being able to help people with their problems. There is a huge amount of joy in seeing that something that I did made someone’s life better.
Is this book related to your work in some way?
My book sneaks information about dementia into a book that children will want to read because of the amusing stories and to solve the mystery mentioned in the opening chapter.
What do you hope readers will “take away” from reading your book?
The “take away” from Green Kitty should be the feeling of family love and caring that the book expresses and tries to share.
Who do you think will benefit most from this book?
Families who are experiencing the trauma of life with someone with dementia or related memories issues are the ones that will receive the most from Green Kitty.
Who are you speaking to?
The intended audience for Green Kitty is both people who love animal stories and families dealing with elderly victims of memory problems.
About the author: Alexandra Faer Bryan
A mother, nurse and author who loves to read, Alexandra began writing in 1985. She has written three very different books since then: an instructional manual for a massage class, a nonfiction account of her nursing experiences, and this children’s book. Her fondest memories of being a young mother are of reading books out loud to her son. Dementia is a cause close to her heart because her mother and others in her family have suffered with the disease.
City of the Reptilians
a Sci-Fi Adventure
by Xaiver Morden
Steven Cross, a man from a small town in Colorado goes climbing to the nearby mountains. As a result of a sudden and strong earthquake, several rifts open in the ground. From one of these, a mysterious artificial light drifts toward the surface. Giving in for his curiosity, the young man descends into the narrow hole. What he finds down there changes his life forever. A hidden, underground alien civilization opens up in front of him and holds him captive. During his adventures secrets are revealed like how humankind was created, and a danger which could wipe the human civilization from the face of the earth.
About the author: Xaiver Morden
Xaiver Morden lives in Hungary. He was born in 1983. Role playing games had a great impact on him when he was a teenager. This is why he started writing. He wrote his first novel in the fantasy genre. His favorite genres are sci-fi and fantasy.
By Teresa Korenstein
“An awesome tool to teach kids how to avoid spreading germs!”
“This is an amazing resource (that teaches kids how to reduce germ sharing) disguised as a hilariously entertaining adventure”
“Your Kid’s will love to copy Barry Booger’s Big Ride to the Outside…and that’s a good thing for basic illness prevention!”
I wish this book was mandatory reading at every preschool. Every time I see my kids’ preschool classes, there is a child with a finger in his nose or mouth. Kids are naturally curious and they explore their noses and the contents inside, but, unfortunately, this leads to some very unsanitary habits. This is the story of Barry, a Booger, who yearns for a tissue. Barry catches germs inside your nose and when it’s time, he hopes you’ll blow your nose and send him on the Big Boogie Ride.
The Big Boogie Ride is like a roller coaster your boogies ride on when you blow your nose. They love it! Barry knows that some people pick their Boogers with their fingers and don’t send them on the Big Boogie Ride. He witnesses this happening to his good friend Bridget. Barry’s story educates the reader about the function of Boogers. It is also a fun narrative that motivates children to reach for tissues and blow their noses and thereby send Barry on the Big Booger Ride.
Now when a child feels his nose running, he knows it’s Barry, ready and waiting to go on the Big Boogie Ride! What a fun and sanitary option for our kids.
Stone the Devil
Political Action Adventure
by Peter Sinclair Ellis
“Stone the Devil is the story of a nuclear bomb that was manufactured as a result of religious conviction and its journey from the Afrikaner Right Wing into the hands of the Islamic state.
It is a story of political intrigue and deceit, of corruption and greed, and of cruelty often inflicted in the name of God.
It is a story of the machinations of the secretive Afrikaner Broederbond in former apartheid South Africa, of the savagery and cruelty of Boko Haram, and of the beheadings and single-minded application of Sharia Law by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and the newly declared Caliphate.
It is a story of the significance of the number 7—to some!
The reader is taken on a roller-coaster ride from the battle fields of South West Africa (Namibia) and Angola, through suburban crime in the streets of Pretoria and Birmingham, the bombing of the US Embassy in Nairobi, the killing fields of the DRC and Rwanda, and to the climax in Borno Province, Nigeria.”
Stone the Devil, by Peter Sinclair Ellis, the story of a nuclear bomb that was manufactured as a result of religious conviction, it’s ultimate destination, the sky over New York!
Going beyond the standard political conflict – war novel, “Stone the Devil” explores international conflicts and the impact it has on society from many angles – a religious one, a political one, a nuclear one and last but not least a human one. A very balanced action novel, keeping the exact amount of action, character development and descriptive passages. It’s just one of those books that I find very hard not to like – as it is both complex and comprehensive, both thought provoking and relaxing, both realistic and with the right amount of fictional details inserted in the story line.