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12 Books Your Boyfriend Would Love | Books To Get Your Boyfriend

Whatever the occasion, birthday, Christmas, Valentines Day or just a random day, these are the 12 books your boyfriend will love.

#1 The Amazing Wildlife in the Prince Albert National Park

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They say that patience is a virtue. How true that is, especially when it comes to watching and enjoying the amazing wildlife that one can see at the Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan. I certainly enjoyed many magical experiences as I watched how amazing the wildlife was. 

From otters to minks and from beavers to black bears, not to mention groundhogs and wolf pups. There are amazing birds that one can see, from American white pelicans to belted kingfishers to the amazing fishing ability of the great blue heron, even ospreys, bald eagles, and merlins. It was amazing how much wildlife I was able to see by just being at the Waskesiu River. 

Even though I had to spend from one to almost three hours every day, it was certainly worth my time to be able to enjoy animals in their natural surroundings and to see the amazing abilities that they possess.

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishing 

  1. Beautiful photography of Saskatchewan wildlife. A great book for all ages.

  2. Beautiful wildlife photography that will be enjoyed by all ages. It will make you want to visit Prince Albert National Park to enjoy the sights first hand!

#2 Empty Seats by Wanda Adams Fischer

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It follows the journey of three baseball pitchers who'd been stars in their hometowns as they enter the competitive world of minor-league baseball. 

They discover that everyone else on the team, affiliated with the now-defunct Montreal Expos, had also been stars, and that getting to Major League Baseball won't be easy. Then life gets in the way. 

The novel's getting great reviews (from people I don't even know!) on Amazon, and some of those say you don't even have to like baseball to like this book. It's compact, comes in three formats (audiobook soon to be available), and is cost-effective.

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Contributor: Wanda Fischer from Spring Training Media

#3 Two Times Platinum by Lloyd Remick

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With a quarterback and two rappers trading autographs in the elevator and a film producer with secured funding and national distribution waiting in reception, it is another picture perfect day in the offices of Dex Randle's Philadelphia entertainment and sports law practice. 

That is, until Val Clifton and organized crime boss Vince Carpozzi march through the glass doors with an envelope stuffed full of cash. An emerging pop star with killer looks and a voice destined for fame, Val's desires quickly rise to conflict with Carpozzi's devious scheming and control. Soon love struck by her producer and fellow Dex client, Trolly Turner, the three must conceal a budding relationship from Carpozzi and his cronies. 

Following a gambling ploy gone awry and feeling a lack of appreciation from Val, Carpozzi vows to ruin them all. Blood is shed and lives are forever changed before Dex can salvage the day with a little help from some unlikely resources. 

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishing 

  1. Loved this book. If you are into music or sports, this is a must read! This book really shows how deals go down in the entertainment and sports world.

#4 Leadership Lessons Inspired By A 6 Year Old

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In leadership whether in IT Service Management (ITSM) scenarios or elsewhere -there's sadly no operating manual for how one should lead teams effectively. In the real world leadership training for new managers and leaders is often not part of the company budget. So, how do you become an effective leader? 

In my experience, new leaders will often stumble, fall, and overcome adversity in their new roles. It's the 'discover phase' that can be somewhat overwhelming for many people. As new leaders, we often overlook simplicity and overthink things when performing everyday work. 

Leadership Lessons Inspired by a Six Year Old might not initially relate fatherhood to leadership but in my experience, through story-telling and objects, we can leverage lessons at home into the workplace. In 2009, I was blessed with the birth of my daughter Ursula which offered me a new and somewhat unique view on developing IT Service Desk Teams. 

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishing 

#5 Newsboy by Bill Fairbairn

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Following the author's journey through his experiences starting as a newspaper delivery boy in 1950s Scotland up until present day as editor emeritus and staff writer for the Riverview Park Review, Newsboy is a must read for aspiring journalists and those seeking to learn more about the news industry. 

The story takes readers across three continents filled with exciting modern history, personal danger, the fight for racial equality, musical genius, boundless humor and intriguing political experiences in Europe, Africa and Canada.

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishing 

#6 The Unexpected by C.S. Coy

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Taking place in the year 2025, an invasion of alien creatures called Instinctive Outside Beings (IOBs) have taken over the world. With the world merely destroyed, a man named Clay Treston finds himself struggling within a reality he has long lost. 

Tortured and beaten from the impact of the IOBs, he continues to fight and protect a city full of survivors in order to hang onto a past that holds him together. But when suspicious events begin to appear, he soon learns a bigger plot beginning to unfold around him as he tries to hold himself together to fight. 

On the verge of losing himself and the city, he is then forced to not only learn what his true path is in the world, but to put aside his feelings to finally see a new reality before him.

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishing 

#7 Finding Our She-Compass by Helen Owens

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This book is full of funny, thoughtful and uplifting true-to-life stories that let the reader peer through the keyhole of the female mind and relationships. Women readers will automatically recognize someone they know.

But men will have the inside information they need to understand why women behave the way they do towards them and others. The book takes a no-holds-barred look at the way women use emotion to control situations; its message of empowerment is a plus for both men and women alike.

And now more than ever women are seeking to be understood

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Contributor: Helen Owens from The She-Compass Show and Podcast | She-Compass

#8 FLC Legal: The War in Vietnam That Was Never Reported

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FLC Legal is an inside look at a side of the Vietnam war that most people would believe could not have happened, not to mention, did happen in the US Marine Corps. It tells the story of a band of young trial lawyers, who had also spent nearly a year in training to become Marine Corps infantry officers. 

FLC Legal is a first-hand account of several murder trials, a racially inspired grenade throwing, or fragging incident, where one Marine was killed and 62 were injured. While the action in the court room was electric, the blacks were killing the whites, the enlisted were killing the officers, and Charlie was killing the Americans. One had to be very clever in that environment to have a good time, but the Marine lawyers at FLC had a grand time, did their jobs remarkably well, and all lived to tell about it.

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishing 

#9 Wild World by Peter S. Rush

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Definitely, a guy's book - Wild World is an award-winning mystery novel about crime, corruption, music, steamy romance, and politics. Set in the Vietnam War protest era of the early 1970s, Steve Logan, the main protagonist, knew that protesting wasn't enough. He knew he had to be involved to change the system. 

As he was drawn deeper into the system, he risked losing his life and the woman he loved. And, he discovered that making a difference was making him different! This story has great relevance to what's going on in our country today. 

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Contributor: Gabriella Pannunzio from PriormanorPress

#10 The Rise and Fall of Roy Weston

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Roy Weston was born into a wealthy family and raised in a big stone house on a hill overlooking the poor, coal-mining village of Brexley in North Yorkshire, England. Having nearly died of meningitis at the age of three years old, he is bullied by the kids at school until his mother pulls him out of school at the age of ten. 

His education from that point forward consists of what he learns himself by roaming the streets of the village in the dark and peeping through people's windows. At the age of fourteen, he watches through a window as his football hero, John Finley, attacks a pedophile, meaning to kill him. 

His friend leaves the building thinking he has done exactly that, but Roy enters afterward, realizes the man is still alive, and finishes the job. And so begins his life of crime. 

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishing 

#11 Reilly’s Bullet by Mack Owen

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The tale of a Dublin musician who, through forensic experimentation, develops a new feature to avoid police, detectives, and military from identifying the identity and location of a firearm, when used. Having demonstrated its capability in an assassination, he puts it up for auction to governments while on a concert tour. 

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishing 

#12 This Mijas Murderer by Trevor Holman

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Michael Turner, a successful young crime writer, living in the Algarve on the southern coast of Portugal, discovers his friend has been brutally murdered and suddenly finds himself being asked to solve a real-life murder. 

He recruits his best friend, Doctor Samantha Clark, and working with Interpol and both the British and Portuguese police, they go undercover together and set about solving what becomes a complex case, taking them from Portugal to the UK, Spain, the Netherlands, Italy, South Africa and the Bahamas. This is the first of the Algarve Crime Thrillers. 

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Contributor: Ryan Kenna from Austin Macauley Publishing 

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