In Roadmap to Plumber, a part of the $uccess Without College book series by Christine Axsmith, see how to be a success without going to college by taking advantage of free training and a career that will not be replaced by computers or robots.
Roadmap to Plumber is the distillation of interviews with dozens of people in the plumbing industry. Christine Axsmith has done the research for you and o
The week before an important philosophy conference, Kenneth is struggling to finish both the last chapter of his book and the paper he's writing for the event. His efforts are thwarted by a leaky faucet—and his life as a whole is turned upside down by the plumber who shows up to fix it.
Mike didn’t mind the after-hours plumbing jobs; they paid the bills, and he met some interesting people. Especially the Harrises, with their huge salt-water fish tank full of sea horses. But there was something odd about that tank, not to mention the Harris girl with her sea horse charm and her handful of salt…
A carpenter can fix the house. But how do you fix a broken home? In this award-winning memoir, Joe Cottonwood recalls a lifetime making repairs. Everybody needs a little help, a little warmth: the blonde in the hot tub—the dying billionaire—the wounded war vet—the rebel teen— the lonely French teacher—and the author himself. "Expertly crafted!"—Kirkus. "Gritty and entertaining."—Publishers Weekly.
Published: April 18, 2013.
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When Danielle climbs into Jeremy's truck in her wedding gown, he assumes she’s in a hurry to get to her wedding; he didn’t realize she was escaping one. He fights his feeling for her after finding the truth about her family. Could the daughter of a billionaire settle for a plumber living paycheck to paycheck? Danielle's father keeps her fighting for the only thing she has ever wanted in her life.