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by Gregg SouthgateA bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Every cloud has a silver lining. Do not throw out the baby with the bathwater. On the surface these phrases seem like aimless ramblings, but they’re commonly accepted in the English language and, when used correctly, impart a distinct meaning that is generally understood by others. They are tools for communicating complex and often intangible concepts for which direct words don’t always exist. Sayings to Live Your Life By delves into a collect... more
by Vironika TugalevaThis might look like a self-help book. It might even read like one. Once you dive into its pages, however, you will find some differences. Unlike others of its kind, this book does not promise results or give expert opinions. It is neither a miracle cure nor a magic potion. It does not pretend to have all the answers. Rather, this book is a plea for self-trust and a gentle guide to self-awareness. Instead of helping you become who you think you should be, The Art of Talking to Yourself hopes ... more
by Sir D and pamAt last... here is THE book for the woman whose husband doesn’t understand the appeal of the “Fifty Shades” experience, co-authored by a woman and wife of then 35 years, and her own reluctant husband. Like millions of women around the world, Pam was captivated by the Fifty Shades of Grey books. Not only did the story of Christian and Ana turn her on, it validated thoughts and fantasies she had long suppressed, believing them to be abnormal. As she came to grips with who she was and what she want... more
by Francine Barish-SternDo You Write or Want to Write? Have You ever said, "I want to write a book?" If so HOW TO WRITE YOUR BOOK may just be what you've been waiting for. We've turned the "dry" subject of learning how to write, into a fun, step by step interactive journey, with 3 Wise Guides to see that you get to YOUR FINISHED STORY! These Guides, the writer, Ms. Iwanna B. Writer, the editor, Ms. Edi Tor and the publisher, Mr. I. M. Publisher, all travel with you sharing their expertise. Each Chapter maps out a... more
by T C ThomasHave you ever tried self-help, only to find that it did not work? It did not matter how hard you believed or how closely you followed the information in the book, it just did not do what the speaker or book promised that it would do. Whether you are new to the world of self-help or you are experienced with the disappointment that often comes along with realizing that most self-help techniques are full of crap, this ends now. You see, I agree with you. The world of self-help is far from helpful... more
by Jacquelyn SalvadorEver feel burnt out? Missing a deeper meaning? Inexplicably unhappy? Sometimes life gets off-balance, but with the right steps, we can find the personal path to authentic happiness and balance. This guide will help you define your unique path to better living.
by Michael Sayen
There have been 1,000's of books about Divorce and Remarriage, but this is the first of its kind. It explores divorce and remarriage from the Graeco-Roman perspective in the first century against the Jewish unilateral perspective of the Bride Price (as well as other Jewish Traditions). The general thesis is that we (Gentiles) have been looking at divorce and remarriage through our bilateral, cultural view which is not comparable with Old Testament Scriptures. Dr. David Instone-Brewer has ... more
by Cristina Carballo-PerelmanThe New Working Woman’s (r)Evolution is a modern, practical survival and success road map for all women in the work force. This road map is comprised of eleven attributes needed to become empowered. And becoming empowered is critical in today’s world of pay inequity, sexual harassment and lack of promotions beyond mid-level managerial positions. The ability to shatter the glass ceiling is further hampered by the under-representation of women in the board room across all industries, even thos... more
by Scott LaPierreGod wants your marriage to be a joy and blessing, but you must embrace the principles in His Word! Nearly everything in life comes with instructions--from the cell phones we use to the automobiles we drive. Yet when it comes to marriage, many people struggle without proper guidance. Couples experience pain and conflict when love and joy should flourish. The good news is there are instructions for marriage too, written by the One who created marriage. In Marriage God's Way, Pastor Scott LaPie... more
by ANUJ TIKKUSurvival is a motivational book that will help its readers tackle difficult issues in life. It deals with the aspects of spirituality, our role in the universe and how we can build a happy and successful life while dealing with the challenges that we face. The articles in the book touch on issues like inner engineering and how to go deep within and harness our limitless potential. The book also opens up on the answers of consciousness, the role of religion in our lives and the nature of the s... more
by Sujith RavindranLike never before, humanity is on a relentless pursuit of wealth and abundance. In that process, many are burning themselves and their relationships down, being left with a life of toil and ill-health. In this profound guide, Sujith has shared from the sages a radically different – yet simple – way to draw abundance into our lives. It starts with the recognition that the Universe is abundant, and It follows a set of laws in sharing that abundance. Once we understand these seven powerful laws... more
by Janet W. Rowles, M.A.
Coming very soon! Janet lends her skills as high conflict mediator, combined with her personal experience as instigator (really!), to teach you what she herself learned: that welcoming conflict, even when it is directed at YOU, is the most productive and most connecting way to deal with conflict. This is part book–part workbook, with professional stories and personal anecdotes, skill-builidng exercises, journaling prompts, and much more to teach and inspire you to say three simple words... more
by Karen A. Anderson
Winner 2018 International Book Awards - Pets/Animals
Finalist 2018 International Book Awards - New Age Finalist
2018 International Book Awards - Spirituality
Finalist 2018 International Book Awards - Best Cover Design Non-Fiction
Silver Medal Winner - 2017 Nautilus Book Awards
5-Star Review from Readers Favorite Book Reviews
Best Cover - Next ... more
by Jasmynne ShayeStill Standing is a collection of original poems and essays written by Jasmynne Shaye. The poems read like private diary entries as each speaks to a specific, intimate moment that she experienced. Each poem is then followed by an encouraging, thought-provoking essay inspired by the poem it stands with. It’s an easy read that’s filled with emotion, gratitude, pain, and triumph. Jasmynne Shaye's message is simple: you may get knocked down, but what matters most is that you’re still standing at th... more
by Jasmynne-Shaye RobbinsThe Golden Penny is a unique journey of self-discovery, self-reflection, and personal growth. It's a book that one cannot passively peruse as it requires the reader to take action and it holds the reader accountable for those actions taken (or not taken). It is a book designed to allow you to get to know you on a deeper, more intimate level.
by Jerry WeaverAddiction to Recovery, what I have discovered along my journey towards Sobriety. Addiction wants to deceive us to where we are isolated from everything that makes our lives worth living until it eventually destroys us. How can we bounce back from living that life? One day at a time.