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Bullying for Beginners – Sarah Hussain

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How organisations benefit from a culture of bullying and harassment and a practical guide on how to be a bigger Bully   “Intelligent, funny and passionately heart-felt. A book about work-place bullying for the twenty-first century.” Social critique and anti self-help manual this is a comic examination of how the work place Bully goes about…
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Barking up the Wrong Tree – Attila Márton

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“If you are seriously interested in the problem of oversupply of dogs, I would suggest you read this important essay.” – J. Stephens, animal behaviourist, Ireland ‘Barking up the wrong tree’ provides a thought-provoking examination of the misunderstandings surrounding animal welfare and challenges the way we think about the situation of our four-legged friends. Why…
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Step Into Another Universe With @CherylKoevoet

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It is no surprise to find that Cheryl Koevoet is a successfully published author, after all she has had quite the journey of a lifetime that lead to her writing! Cheryl grew up in Portland, Oregan before travelling to the sunnier south to study graphic design/communications in California. Many years before writing the Carnelian trilogy,…
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TRICKED! The Story of an Internet Scam.

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TRICKED! The Story of an Internet Scam. A distinguished professor of physics has been divorced for several years and seeks a suitable companion using an internet dating service. For eleven weeks he is certain that he is communicating with an attractive model when he is actually being manipulated by a gang of drug-smuggling criminals. After…
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Chewing Gum by Mansour Bushnaf – @DarfPublishers

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A Novel That Represents ‘A Complete Generation of Libyan Writers and Intellectuals’ The following is a repost of a wonderful article written by Marcia Lynx Qualey. The original article can be found here. Libyan poet, translator, and short-story writer Ghazi Gheblawi has been enthusiastically tweeting about Mansour Bushnaf’s Chewing Gum, now out in English translation, by Mona…
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