Really Really Terrible Girls by Jennifer Barnick

      Do you like it when you accidentally slam your fingers in a drawer?  Are you happy when a strong storm takes the power out?  If Satan had a sister, would you date her?  If so, then Really Really Terrible Girls is the book for you.  Della is horrified by butterflies and will hurt them if she has to.  Gwen is a telephone vampire.  Annette has a heart of coal and does not care if God dislikes her.  Melanie has a way of not talking her way into your heart in the most torturous of ways.  Jessica is so hot she will make you vomit.  And then there is lovely Annabel, she’s way beyond saving, but once you see her, you will want to try…losing any hope for a happy life once you do.  This is a collection of short stories that promises to terrify.  Have you ever walked away from a car crash and thought, “Well, that was pretty cool?” If so, then this most definitely is the book for you.

270 Pages 

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How to Profit and Protect Yourself from Artificial Intelligence by Dr. Timothy Smith

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      The rapidly growing impact of artificial intelligence permeates our lives through multiple channels from the tech giants such as Amazon, Google, and Facebook to the computers controlling our cars, smartphones, and robots on the factory floor. Analysts project massive disruption in employment from this new technology with many jobs being automated in the next twenty years. The era of artificial intelligence is upon us, and the potential for great profits to society, business, and individuals stems from advances in transportation, healthcare, and manufacturing. The potential for profit stands in contrast to the possible dangers to our jobs, privacy, society and more. Don’t stand on the sidelines. Learn the potentials and limitations of this new technology to best position yourself, your family, and your career for profit and protection in the new era of A.I.

316 Pages 

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