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|Author||: Beth Goobie|
|Editor||: Orca Book Publishers|
Every student at Saskatoon Collegiate knew that all the most important aspects of school life were controlled by a secret club called Shadow Council. Each fall, Shadow held a traditional lottery during which a single student's name was drawn. The rest of the student body called the student the lottery winner. But Shadow Council knew better; to them the winner was the lottery victim. Whatever the label, the fated student became the Council's go-fer, delivering messages of doom to selected targets. In response, the student body shunned the lottery winner for the entire year. This year's victim was fifteen-year-old Sally Hanson.
|Author||: C. Keller|
|Editor||: Core Keller|
Is winning the lottery jackpot a goal you'd like to achieve because you're seeking financial independence? Or simply because you find it challenging? In this book, I'll share with you my lottery playing experiences and insights. Together we'll probe the concept of windows into the future, lateral thinking, number bias, and oracles. After reading this book, I hope you'll feel motivated to generate your own ideas for developing playing strategies to help bring your playing skills to a whole new level. You don't have to be a genius or mathematician to win the lottery. As a bonus, I'll reveal the most important secret all lottery players should know in order to win jackpots. Good luck! "C.F. Keller has taught me to become a winner in the lottery. With improved skills, I know that a jackpot of some kind is in my future. I must also comment that the basic quality of my life has improved." - Janis Smith, Senior Manager/Quality Assurance.
|Author||: Richard Lustig|
In his book, Richard discusses the ins and outs and dos and don'ts of buying lottery tickets to increase your chances of winning. He has created a method that he and members of his family use that has enabled them to WIN several lottery game GRAND prizes. This is a very easy to use method and will work with any type lottery games (scratch tickets or number games) in any state or country. Here are some quotes from people who have used his method: "My husband and I used Richard Lustig's lotto method and within months of starting the method we hit a Mega Money jackpot for 2 million dollars! It was really easy to follow. You only play what you can and you can still win! Shaun and I will only play lotto from now on using these strategies." -Jennifer and Shaun, Florida "Since we've been using your method, we have definitely been winning more that we used to. It's easy to follow" -Dale, Florida "I just wanted to let you know that my husband and I read through your lottery method last night. It seems great. It seems to be just simple logic and makes sense." -Kate, Illinois
|Author||: Patricia Wood|
Money isn’t the same as treasure, and IQ isn’t the same as smarts—An uplifting and joyous new novel hailed by Jacqueline Mitchard as “solid gold.” Perry L. Crandall knows what it’s like to be an outsider. With an IQ of 76, he’s an easy mark. Before his grandmother died, she armed Perry well with what he’d need to know: the importance of words and writing things down, and how to play the lottery. Most important, she taught him whom to trust-a crucial lesson for Perry when he wins the multimillion-dollar jackpot. As his family descends, moving in on his fortune, his fate, and his few true friends, he has a lesson for them: never, ever underestimate Perry Crandall.
|Author||: Matthew Sweeney|
|Editor||: Bloomsbury Publishing USA|
A history of the lottery in America cites its popularity in spite of unfavorable odds and laws that ban most forms of gambling, evaluates the role of lotteries in shaping Jamestown and other regions, and recounts lesser-known stories of legal disputes and financial ruin pertaining to lottery activity.
|Author||: Ellin Dodge|
Win the Lottery!, written by America’s foremost numerologist Ellin Dodge, uses the ancient science of numerology to help you pick your personal lucky numbers for you and the whole family. By reading this short, information-packed book, you will learn the six numbers that belong to you and will bring you luck in any games of chance. When Shakespeare wrote, “What’s In A Name,” he had no idea the real answer, according to numerology, is your “lucky number.”
|Author||: Mary Higgins Clark|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Alvirah Meehan, one of Mary Higgins Clark's most beloved characters, returns in these dazzling, intertwined tales of sleuthing and suspense. Alvirah, the former cleaning lady who struck it rich in the lottery, made her first appearance in Weep No More, My Lady. Now, with her devoted mate, Willy, the ever-resourceful Alvirah delves into crime-solving on a grand scale -- and with her own inimitable style. Among their many adventures, Alvirah and Willy find a dead actress in their Central Park South condominium upon their return from London in "The Body in the Closet." Needing a break from the big city, they escape to Cape Cod -- only to meet a would-be heiress framed for murder in "Death on the Cape." When Alvirah and Willy seek the tranquillity of the Cypress Point Spa, it's the perfect getaway -- until a jewel thief turns up in "The Lottery Winner." Back in Manhattan, the search for a neighbor's missing newborn makes for a suspense-filled Christmas in "Bye, Baby Bunting."
|Author||: Gip E. Noble|
|Editor||: Trafford Publishing|
This book is about simplifying the lottery to a great degree. Through years of playing and reading other lottery playing concepts, I have come to the conclusion that there is a simpler way to play and not spend a lot of money and win more small prizes on your way to the big payout by eliminating thousands of number combinations.
|Author||: Shirley Jackson|
|Editor||: McClelland & Stewart|
The first short story collection by Shirley Jackson, featuring one of her most celebrated works. The only collection of Jackson’s short fiction to be published in her lifetime, it contains 25 stories, of which "The Lottery" is the most famous. When it was published in The New Yorker, it elicited an unprecedented stream of interest, both positive and negative, from its readers. It is a haunting take of the darker side of small town America, and one of Jackson’s crowning achievements. Penguin Random House Canada is proud to bring you classic works of literature in e-book form, with the highest quality production values. Find more today and rediscover books you never knew you loved.
|Author||: Maria Edgeworth|
|Author||: Alessandra Venturi|
|Editor||: Lulu Press, Inc|
Everything you need to know to pick your lottery numbers with the Vera Sibilla oracle cards! This little book gives you lucky card combinations, lottery numbers and the most appropriate spreads to try your luck!
|Author||: James D. Beeson, MD|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
Death in the Recovery Room is a tale of an underachieving family, one member of which wins the Florida State Lottery.The story weaves in and out of the members' lifestyles, depicting the major changes attendant to the windfall.Casualties occur along the way.
|Author||: W. Fong|
Financial markets are growing in complexity, and there is an increased risk that investors are led to investment products and strategies they do not fully understand. The crisis-ridden decade of the 2000s is a stark reminder of how poorly managed finances can wreak havoc on household finances. Traditional finance assumes that all investors are risk-averse and require a risk premium from investing in risky assets such as stocks. However, recent developments in behavioural finance show that many individual investors often adopt strategies that lead to serious investment missteps, including over-investing in lottery-type stocks and securities. Lottery-type securities in fact attract investors who may be risk-seeking or are strongly influenced by cognitive biases ranging from overconfidence to being over-optimistic about future investment returns, especially during periods of high sentiment. Drawing on existing and new research, The Lottery Mindset summarizes the behavioural motivations and detrimental impact of investment strategies which are popular with individual investors. Wai-Mun Fong provides insight and guidance on behavioural biases, and successful investment. By both reviewing and contributing to exiting literature on this topic, this book will be of use to academics and general readers alike.
|Author||: Timeka Willis|
|Editor||: Timeka Willis|
Have You Been Playing the Lottery, But Never Win for Some Reason? It's Because You are Uneducated on How to do it, This Book Will Teach You, I have Won Over 20 Times and You Can Too. if You Give it a Try, Learn the Easy Methods Today....
|Author||: Tony Evans|
|Editor||: Moody Publishers|
Morality. Relativity. Right and Wrong. These are the complicated issues we face today. Everyone has an opinion, but who has the answer? Tony Evans refuses to let the voice of God be drowned out amidst the clamor of the crowd.
The Lottery Pamphlet Or The Wheel of Fortune Laid Open to the Public Or Thoughts on State Lotteries to which is Added the History of the Public Funds of England
An Overview of the California State Lottery and the Lottery Commission s Decision to Participate in a Multi state Lottery Game
|Author||: California. Legislature. Senate. Committee on Governmental Organization|