Description : A new line of quotation books that combine great style with great content at a fabulous price. Perfect for people of all walks of life. These inspiring books will make fantastic gifts for friends, family, customers and coworkers. A terrific value! Kobi Yamada is President and CEO of Compendium, Inc., a leading Strategic Communications company who consults high-profile organizations, including Fortune 500 companies and professional sports teams.
Description : The phrase "He's got a lot of moxie!" is taken to mean that one has nerve, vigor, and grit. And unless born and raised in New England, Americans are generally quite unaware that the root of this expression is a bittersweet patent medicine turned soda pop originally called Moxie Nerve Food, which was guaranteed to cure nervous exhaustion and a host of associated ailments. First bottled in 1885, today it is the official soft drink of the state of Maine and still enjoyed by many. This book chronicles Moxie's rich history and brilliant marketing breakthroughs as well as some corporate misfortunes and rebounds along the way.
Description : In this compendium of all things Moxie, Maine author Jim Baumer shows us why this soft drink has garnered such a loyal and vocal following. Through history, photos, festivals, and more, Moxie: Maine in a Bottle will make you feel like you have Moxie too! Representing old-fashioned values and a sense of community, Moxie is a heaping slice of Americana delivered Maine-style.
Description : Ms. Moxie Mooney is Hollywood royalty—and she’s in trouble. At the summons of his on-again, off-again lover, Fletch drops in on Moxie’s film set, located in sunny Florida. If being called up for help by the box office beauty isn’t work enough, Steve Peterman, Moxie’s sleazy manager, is murdered while the cameras are rolling, and no one managed to see a thing. Despite the obvious lack of evidence, the rumor mill is still quick to churn up a potentially plausible suspect: Moxie. Realizing the need for a little R&R away from prying eyes, he hastily flies Moxie and her drunken father off to Key West. But trouble follows Fletch, in every sense of the word, and soon enough he’s playing host to a full house of Hollywood’s brightest. In true Fletch style, he delves into the investigation, dodging police inquiry, betting on race horses, taking a leisurely sail, and talking up his elite houseguests to get the dirt and solve this perplexing murder.
Description : You first met Moxie, the sassy cat, in the "Goober" book. Moxie returns to answer the question: "Can cats and dogs get along?" Who is stronger? Who is smarter? Who can catch the most fish? Follow Moxie, Minnie, Harley and Goober to see if cats and dogs can be friends!
Description : The first woman publisher of a national magazine. “Such a slim volume for someone who’s led such a long and interesting life (after all, Miley Cyrus’s autobiography is 288 pages)—then you realize Pure Moxie is no doubt just like the author: smart, funny, candid, to-the-point and, of course, slender.” —J.E. Vader, “Citizen Moxie,” Pacific Sun, January, 2011 “Money, power, sex. Pure Moxie tells the tale of one woman’s journey from bored housewife to trendsetter in the magazine publishing industry. This is a story few women experience but every woman fantasizes about.” —Cheryl Russell, Editorial Director of New Strategist Publications, Former Editor-in-Chief of American Demographics “Sexy, sassy and sensational, Pure Moxie is a memoir that reads like a best-selling novel. The world of American magazine publishing was a frontier in the 1970’s and Leda was one if its leading pioneers. A business success story, an adventure, and a racy read all wrapped in one, Pure Moxie is a page-turner, with an inspiring moral. ” —Michael Rybarski, Co-Founder of Age Wave Target Marketing, Author, StartUp Smarts The impetuous Leda Sanford abandoned secure suburbia in the 1960s in exchange for a life on the edge as a top magazine editor and publisher in the competitive and male-dominated Manhattan publishing world. Unorthodox entrepreneurs hired Leda at a time when women rarely occupied corner offices. Leda’s memoir, Pure Moxie, recreates a world of jet-setting opulence—private planes, five-star hotels, and a state dinner at the White House—plus a headline-making affair. Leda became the first female publisher of American Home, a major U.S. magazine with a circulation of more than one million. She focused on the emerging liberated woman’s demanding lifestyle and challenged the traditional formula of women’s magazines. From her American Home launch pad, Leda pushed the industry’s standards as she directed the creation and reinvention of magazines that included Chief Executive, Attenzione, Modern Maturity, and Get Up and Go! In the early 1990s, Leda shifted focus to promoting a new attitude toward aging, emphasizing that it’s never too late to explore new horizons and enrich one’s quality of life. With wit and candor, Pure Moxie provides a unique glimpse into Leda’s career and offers insight into women’s changing roles as key players in the magazine publishing business.
Description : What happens when a young girl is called to do the bidding of Spirit at a spooky horse ranch? In Book 1 of the Thunder Rose Collection, we meet Moxie Montego who works nights at a high end Dallas strip club. Diego Escamilla bartender turned ranch hand brings Moxie to what is supposed to be a relaxing outing at Thunder Rose Ranch run by Pamela Cartwright, her daughter Amber, and Edgar "River" Whitetail a Native American healer and animal communicator. Why would a high end stripper, gentle-souled bartender turned ranch hand, horse whisperer, and lonely socialite all be called together at Thunder Rose Ranch. Spirit has pulled them together to solve the mysteries of Thunder Rose and the ghosts and spirits of the land have conspired to bring them together to complete a hero's journey that none of them could have imagined. In this first book of the Thunder Rose Collection, a mysterious box promises hope and faith while an ominous force called The Screech threatens the very core of humanity and all that is good trying to manifest in this world.
Description : PREPARE TO TRANSFORM YOUR VOICE AND BE HEARD Step into Your Moxie is a soul-stirring call to action to speak up for yourself and the ideas and issues that matter most to you. Dubbed a "Moxie Maven" by President Obama's White House Office of Public Engagement for her potent approach to women's empowerment, Alexia Vernon has helped thousands of women (and men) slay diminishing self-talk and cultivate confidence. She has created a timely, refreshingly playful guide for women to communicate with candor, clarity, compassion, and ease every time they open their mouths to speak — in their careers, communities, and homes. Step into Your Moxie is the book women want by their side as they have that daring conversation, give an important presentation, run for office, or simply tell the people closest to them to step back from the boundaries they've trespassed.
Description : Several years ago, a veteran Maine warden, John Everett, was listed as missing. Ultimately, after an extensive investigation, his body was never found, and he was presumed dead. His daughter, a newly commissioned Maine game warden, was assigned to a northern Maine region covering the area from Jackman to the Forks. It would be the same area her father patrolled until his disappearance. Estranged from him for many years, she has vowed to follow in his footsteps while pursuing the circumstances of his disappearance. Her job would be difficult because most of the people from these small rural communities had lived there all their lives, were suspicious of strangers, and had a distrust for local and state authorities. With the help of some key camp owners, she slowly was able to gather pertinent information, leading to the reason why her father disappeared.
Description : The sons of liberty are celebrated in the rebellious history of Boston--but what of their sisters? An audacious and determined procession of reformers, socialites, criminals and madams made the city what it is today. One hundred years before Rosa Parks, African American abolitionist Sarah Parker Remond refused to give up her seat while attending a play in Boston. Fiery activists Harriet Hemenway and Minna Hall led a boycott against bird plumage in ladies' dress and brought the fashion industry to its knees. Rachel Wall was the last woman to be hanged in Massachusetts after leading a daring life as a robber and pirate. Later, women like Boston Marathon runner Kathrine Switzer also blazed their own trails. Author Dina Vargo unearths the remarkable stories of the wild women of the Hub.