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  • Wise Millennial: A Field Guide to Thriving in Modern Life

    by Peter Noble Darrow
    Who the hell is Peter Darrow? Health and wellness entrepreneur Peter Darrow thought he had life all figured out. A native of the posh and privileged Upper East Side, the young millennial lived large—attending elite schools, throwing lavish birthday parties, and spending summers in the Hamptons. Then one day his seemingly perfect, polished life came crashing down. Over the course of three hellacious years, his father died, he inherited and burned through a shit-ton of money, his girlfriend dum... more
  • Just a Thought

    by Richard Byrd
    Each thought serves a different purpose to elevate each individual into their own unique direction.
  • Mike Honeycutt's World of Hunting and Fishing

    by Mike Honeycutt
    For author Mike Honeycutt, there?s nothing more exciting than a remote trip with great scenery. In Mike Honeycutt?s World of Hunting and Fishing, he shares a travelogue that speaks to his passion for traveling the world to exotic locales to hunt and fish for unusual animal species. Based on his extensive travel experiences, Honeycutt narrates stories from all over the world on all continents. From the savannas of northern Cameroon to the jungles of southern Cameroon, and from the mountains of th... more
  • Success Philosophy

    by Daniel J. Skaarup
    In your hands, you hold the keys to get whatever you want out of life. Increase your riches and success far beyond your wildest dreams. This book features many of the greatest thinkers the earth has produced in the form of giants. The wisdom of the ages is here in an ?all you can eat buffet? style. You will be introduced to a new habit that will show you step-by-step how to achieve any goal you want and create success for yourself in any career field. Some of the most inspiring and interesting p... more
  • Loving Difficult People at Difficult Times

    by C. E. Herman
    Why do we need to be exposed to difficult people? How do we deal with them at home, at work, or in life in general? This book is a journey from fear and disempowerment to a bigger, better understanding of conscious living. From glimpses into another, deeper reality, author C. E. Herman asks: Who are the difficult people? What motivates them? Who are we to judge them? How do other dimensions of reality help us learn to accept and love ourselves? What are the essential ingredients in learning t... more
  • Woven

    by Cynthia K. Stiverson
    We are women of the twenty-first century, with hectic lifestyles and busy schedules. We long for simplicity, authenticity?an escape from the routine. We search for a place to rest and a shoulder to lean on. Only women can truly understand women, and only God can weave us together in love. Woven is for every woman on the planet?Woven is for you! Since 1998, thousands of women have found identity, purpose, encouragement, healing, and support through Woven Women, a sisterhood empowered by love. Aut... more
  • Kennedy and Her Bink / Kennedy y Su Chupeta

    by Maureen Sky
    A Message to the Reader The words and illustrated pictures are the creative works of Maureen Sky (Author) and Maricella Obando Moya (Artist/Illustrator). Maureen wanted to create a short story type picture book of her granddaughter, Kennedy, and her bink (pacifier) and knew that with the help of her dear friend, Maricella, a wonderful picture book would be the result. We hope that as you read the lines and turn the colorful pages that you are happy and smiling while enjoying this unique and beau... more
  • How Are You Feeling, Momma? (You Don't Need to Say, "I'm Fine.")

    by Shelby Spear
    As moms, we deal with emotional overload—often pretending to be ‘fine' even when we’re not. Shelby and Lisa remind us we’re not alone in how we feel. Their personal and candid reflections on 31 mom feelings meet you where you’re at while inspiring you to embrace your emotions and match the pleadings in the Psalms to the pleadings in your soul. In each chapter, you will read two perspectives on a specific emotion and corresponding Psalm scripture. One captures the emotion from Shelby's experienc... more
  • Three New People: Make the Most of Your Daily Interactions and Stop Missing Amazing Opportunities

    by Brian Miller
    Three New People is a manifesto on the beauty and power of human connection in a world where loneliness has reached epidemic levels. We’re rushed, frazzled, distracted, and frankly, scared to talk to strangers. But what if it didn’t have to be that way? What if we could easily connect with anyone we meet – on the airplane, at the coffee shop, waiting in line, in the elevator – and take the chance of making a new connection: one that might last for seconds, or for a lifetime? As a child wit... more
  • Fight or Flight: How To Avoid or Respond to Violent Attacks

    by Antaeus Balevre
    We live in a time when a trip to the mall or a movie theater could bring you face-to-face with a mass shooting or terrorist attack. Incidents involving mass shootings, muggings, terrorist attacks, home invasions, and other attacks on the general public are no longer the exception. They are on the rise and becoming more violent and deadly. When it comes to surviving an attack, you are either prepared or unprepared; there is no third option. It's a fact that the first people to take action during... more
  • Simplify Your Life From The INSIDE OUT: The 7 Keys to Finding Inner Peace

    by mark wayne smith
    “I just wish things could be simpler!” If that has been your lament, and if you still haven’t found anything that really helps…or lasts...you are not alone. As the world gets busier and faster, your life can easily become more complicated, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In Simplify Your Life from THE INSIDE OUT: The 7 Keys to Finding Inner Peace, you will find the practical and effective advice that you’ve been seeking: ✔ How to rediscover the peaceful way to live. ✔ How to recogni... more
  • This Days Joy

    by Gina Prosch
    How do you find happiness in a world consumed with despair? Where is joy in a seemingly endless tide of conflict? In this micro-memoir of small observations and positive anecdotes culled from her popular Facebook page, Gina Prosch shares a prescription for melancholy and a deceptively simply answer to one of life’s most troubling questions. Taken one day at a time, or several pages in a sitting, Gina’s words frame reality for a better today, and help set the stage for a better, more uplift... more
  • Principles for Overcoming Communication Anxiety and Improving Trust

    by Nonye T Aghanya
    Do you sometimes feel anxious about speaking to someone else, especially getting to know an unfamiliar person in various settings as School, Corporate, Healthcare, Recreational environments etc.? Given our various individual personalities, past and present ideologies, and the ever-advancing communication technology, effective communication that result in genuine connection and trust development have eluded many in the general population resulting in mistrust and poor relationships. More than eve... more
  • Cor Perfectum: What You Don't Know About Your Heart May Be Killing Your Life

    by Dr. Jewa Lea

    Heart disease is the number one killer in the Western world. It is silent and insidious. Conventional knowledge of the heart is limited and marginal, at best. The heart and its role in our daily living is like an enormous iceberg - substantial, yet its vital aspects are hidden from view and widely unacknowledged. COR PERFECTUM looks at the familiar (anatomy and physiology) and unfamiliar (energetics, sacred geometry, and ancient teachings) of the human hear... more

  • Layers Vol. 1: Who Am I? Why Am I?

    by Makeda Gordon
    Being a woman is a beautiful thing. We possess an innate ability to love deeply and unconditionally. Our beauty transcends our outward appearance. We are fearfully and wonderfully Divine Creatures. So passionate in our genuine care and nurturing of humanity. Giving of ourselves, out of ourselves; in some cases to a fault. \tWe are also very misunderstood. Living in our truth provides us with a sense of purpose and value. But, only when we are operating in those natural abilities through... more

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