Happiness Step By Step: The most practical how-to guide to more happiness in your everyday life, and… the most unusual easy running guide by Usual Oddman

Give the book, the recipe a chance!

What I am sharing with you in this book – helps. It will help you to find happiness in your life, to become even happier if you are happy already.

The book is relatively short and easy to read – I wanted to make the book complete, so, what is described works on many levels – from a deep realization of contentment, joy as in happiness which is truly hard to describe in words, to more practical, down to earth levels: self-esteem, self-confidence, higher level of energy for daily tasks, better concentration, more positive outlook, etc.

Yes, I know these are very bold statements. And yes, of course, there would be exceptions. But for most of us what you are about to read will work.

It’s a relatively short book. – I am a very pragmatic and practical person. I devoted most of my life to science (doctor, professor, even one of the leaders of a discovery that received a Nobel Prize). So, I will do my best to be to the point, to be practical, and to be as much of use to you as I possibly can.

Plus you will have access to bonuses and further discussions with the author.

Author: Usual Oddman

Walking by Henry David Thoreau

In Walking, Henry David Thoreau talks about the importance of nature to mankind, and how people cannot survive without nature, physically, mentally, and spiritually, yet we seem to be spending more and more time entrenched by society. For Thoreau walking is a self-reflective spiritual act that occurs only when you are away from society, that allows you to learn about who you are, and find other aspects of yourself that have been chipped away by society.This new 2017 edition of Thoreau’s celebrated essay includes an introduction by historian Elbert Hubbard.

Author: Henry David Thoreau

Daniel Boone The Pioneer of Kentucky by John S. C. Abbott

Daniel Boone was an American pioneer, explorer, woodsman, and frontiersman, whose frontier exploits made him one of the first folk heroes of the United States. In his lively biography, Daniel Boone The Pioneer of Kentucky, historian John Abbott traces the remarkable life of this early American legend.

Author: John S. C. Abbott

Wooden Lure Making 101: Make Your First Handmade Lures Deadly Effective! by Greg Vinall

Essential Reading For Anyone Taking Up Wooden Lure Making: Even A Novice With Minimal Tools Can Turn A Lump Of Wood Into A Highly Effective Fishing Lure!

What usually follows is a rapid improvement in the size and number of fish caught as he develops an intimate understanding of lures and simultaneously creates a box full of deadly baits.

In this eBook internationally renowned wooden lure making authority Greg “Doc Lures” Vinall takes the mystery out of custom wooden lure making. In a simple, matter of fact way, the Doc breaks down the complex task of designing and making your own lures into basics that anyone can follow.

Written for those who are new to the craft of lure making, this ebook will get you started on the path to success no matter what style of lure you plan to make

From choosing the right wood and basic components to hand shaping, assembling and custom painting lures, you’ll find a surprising wealth of information packed into this title. It’s all the important stuff and none of the fluff!

Why waste precious fishing time and money on trial and error? One read of this ebook will have you knocking out killer lures from your first attempts!

Author: Greg Vinall

INDIA ADVENTURE STORIES VOLUME ONE by Patrick Griffith

Man-eater is a common term for an animal that preys upon humans. This does not include scavenging. Although human beings can be attacked by many kinds of animals, man-eaters are those that have incorporated human flesh into their usual diet. Most reported cases of man-eaters have involved tigers, leopards, lions and crocodiles. However, they are by no means the only predators that will attack humans if given the chance; a wide variety of species have also been known to take humans as prey. ATTACKED BY A KING COBRA.ALADDIN’S CAVE.THE TERROR OF HUNSUR.THE TERROR OF HUNSUR II.AN ADVENTURE WITH A BOA.THE ONE EYED MAN EATER.A MAN EATING WOLF BOY.SEEALL, THE WOLF BOY.THE WHITE TIGER.THE FATE OF THE AHNAY PAYEE.THE BANDYPORE MAN EATER.THE KODERMA MAN EATER.TRAPPING A MAN EATER.THE MAN EATER OF BELKHERA.A NOTORIOUS MAN EATER.TUG OF-WAR WITH A LEOPARD.MISSED BY AN INCH.A FIGHTING TIGER.A NIGHT FRIGHT.CARRIED OFF BY A TIGER.

Author: Patrick Griffith

Qualitative Research in Gambling: Exploring the production and consumption of risk by Rebecca Cassidy and Andrea Pisac

Gambling is both a multi-billion-dollar international industry and a ubiquitous social and cultural phenomenon. It is also undergoing significant change, with new products and technologies, regulatory models, changing public attitudes and the sheer scale of the gambling enterprise necessitating innovative and mixed methodologies that are flexible, responsive and ‘agile’. This book seeks to demonstrate that researchers should look beyond the existing disciplinary territory and the dominant paradigm of ‘problem gambling’ in order to follow those changes across territorial, political, technical, regulatory and conceptual boundaries.The book draws on cutting-edge qualitative work in disciplines including geography, organisational studies, sociology, East Asian studies and anthropology to explore the production and consumption of risk, risky places, risk technologies, the gambling industry and connections between gambling and other kinds of speculation such as financial derivatives. In doing so it addresses some of the most important issues in contemporary social science, including: the challenges of studying deterritorialised social phenomena; globalising technologies and local markets; regulation as it operates across local, regional and international scales; and the rise of games, virtual worlds and social media.

Author: Rebecca Cassidy and Andrea Pisac

Wanderlost: Shots of Literary Tequila for the Restless Soul by Simon Williams

Take a FREE shot of Tequila and make some poor choices in your life. When was the last time you laughed your f#cking arse off?Do you feel bored, listless, and trapped? Want to take off from your life for awhile? Ever tried taking a walk in someone else’s shoes… when their choice of footwear is a pair of flippers?Three things in this world are certain. Life can be repetitive and boring. Having more money would solve 99% of our problems. Pissing ourselves laughing will make 99% of our problems not seem quite as bad, while uplifting our spirits as we wait for our lotto numbers to come in.Soak in the literary intoxication of the Wanderlost series while you roar with laughter. On the bus, at school, or at work. The next best thing to drinking at work and your boss will never find a bottle.

Author: Simon Williams

My Idols – Journey of a Cricket Crazy by Pankaj Agrawal

India and Indians are crazy for two things. Cricket and Bollywood. So there are only two kinds of people, who have unconditional fan following in India. That is Film actors and Cricket players. There are millions of Indians, who are huge fan of Cricket and cricketers. The book is all about collection of memoirs of the author in regard with his idols in the game. Book gives inside in to career span of few of the most prolific Indian cricketers in contemporary Cricket and few of greatest in international Cricket. The career path of them is embedded with most splendid performance of these players and interesting anecdotes (few of them are untold). All in all, a full sketch of these players in a very concise and interesting manner. There are chapters on:-Sachin TendulkarKapil DevKris SrikkanthJavagal SrinathMohd. AzharruddinAjay JadejaRahul DravidViv RichardWasim AkramShane Warne Author – Pankaj Agrawal

Author: Pankaj Agrawal