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  • Turn Your Happiness ON

    by Norma Nikutowski
    In Turn Your Happiness On, you will find the most powerful, scientifically proven, simple strategies to increase your feelings of happiness right now.
  • Burning Ships: Lead the Life You Were Made to Live

    by Douglas C. Mann
    Our destiny is not determined by chance. It is determined by choice. Our lives are defined by decisive moments, which have a ripple effect through time. When we fail to act, we alter if not relinquish our future. Maybe like the early explorers who launched the age of discovery, we too need to burn our christened ships, navigate into uncharted territories, and journey into our own personal age of discovery. BURNING SHIPS is a simple yet life-affirming guided journal to help readers reframe ... more
  • Creating Stories

    by Hank Quense
    Do you have a story in you? Do you know how to write it or how to tell it? Creating Stories has the answers. Hank Quense, the author of more than twenty books, tells you how to do it. He believes that stories come from the melding of three creating stories processes: getting ideas, story design and story-telling. Ideas have to come from the author. Creating Stories covers the last two.
  • The Ultimate Road Map to Aging Gracefully

    by Sati Achath
    Famous American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, in his old age, is known to have said these words: "The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes." But how is that possible? Well, contrary to popular opinion, old age could be real fun - maybe even more than one's youthful years - if the right knowledge and practices are engaged. The wisdom in this book is the quintessential difference between old people who age to become negligible bags of bones; and those who grow old cheerfully, happy and ... more
  • Sailing Through the Storms of Seizures

    by Jon Sadler
    Jon has lived with epilepsy for over fifty years. There were times when he was broken and defeated by seizures; then discovered the power of hope. Jon believes he can provide that hope to others dealing with seizure disorders by sharing his experience. In Sailing through the Storms of Seizures, he provides the perspective of the child, student, father, and caregiver. Jon had his first seizure at the age of four and was treated with medication for several years. His seizures returned while in col... more
  • Rejection Saved My Life

    by Michelamonè Henderson
    Every woman, from birth to adulthood, has experienced rejection at some point in her life. Parental rejection, rejection in marriage, childhood rejection, rejection in the workplace and so much more. Often, she is left wounded, lifting baggage that is too heavy to carry. Michelamonè, with great vulnerability, will allow you to look into her four marriages that ended in divorce. You’ll learn that her forgiveness was tied into how she viewed being rejected and finally, how rejection saved her life... more
  • Restoration: Heal Your Soul, Heal Your Life

    by Beau Adams
    God has a vision for you and me. The rest of the world may not see it. People might even consider some of us beyond repair. No matter where we've been or what kind of mess we've made of our lives, God can see through it to the beauty of a complete restoration. This book can show you how he can heal your soul and heal your life in such a miraculous way you will find yourself to be better than ever before.
  • Stones of Gratitude: A Foundation for a Richer Life

    by Beau Adams

    In medieval times, attempts to find a way to turn ordinary matter into gold were called alchemy. We now understand alchemy to be a forerunner of the modern study of chemistry, but what if people really do have the ability to turn what they touch to gold? Would having that kind of magical power be something that interests you?

    What if I told you it involves gratitude? Would you be willing to wander down that path and see if that could possibly be true?

    This little book is a series ... more

  • Seven Stupid Things People Do to Mess Up Their Lives: (And How Not to Do Them)

    by Beau Adams

    You don’t have to be stupid to make stupid mistakes—some of the brightest minds in history have done horrible things and then had to live with the consequences. Wouldn’t it be great if you knew someone wise enough to guide you away from thoughtless acts and toward a better life?

    Dr. Beau Adams, pastor of Community Bible Church, has access to just such a man—and so do you. His name was Solomon, and he was the wisest man who ever lived.

    Drawing from the book ... more

  • My Heart, My Love, My Life, My Lord

    by Valecia Carter
    This book is about a single mother who gets married to the love of her life and battles with the struggles of motherhood, marriage, being a blended family, emotional distress, betrayal, commitment, addiction, faith, trust, love and the Lord. She loves her man, but love doesn't stop the chaos that she endures. If you are a single or married woman or man with or without children you need to read this book and take a walk through the ups, downs, ins and outs of this couples emotional whirlwind and... more
  • How Busy Moms Can Beat Holiday Stress: Save 20+ Hours This Holiday Season

    by Nikki Berkel

    So many moms run around like crazy during the holidays-with extra long to do lists, doing their best and trying to please everyone. This eBook could save you 20+ hours of your precious time during the holidays! It’s an easy read, will take around an hour to read, and I include some helpful guides and a list of questions to ask yourself and your family.

    What many moms do when approaching the holiday season while feeling exhausted, overwhelmed and anxious, is try their best to cope.... more

  • It's a Matter of Life and Death: Growing Up in a Funeral Home and What I Learned Since

    by Lawrence J. Danks

    "Larry's book combines positive psychology, motivation and memoir to provide a powerful reminder to really live while we are alive, regretting nothing. His lively reminiscences of growing up in a funeral home are not morbid, but lie in the tradition of a Zen Buddhist meditation on death: facing the great uncertainty and inevitability of death, we are reminded of the opportunity to love, and most of all, to be grateful for everything." - Tom Butler-Bowdon - Author of the ... more

  • A Tale of the Tail of Nine Stars

    by Lawrence L. Stentzel III
    The twenty-eight-thousand-year nonintervention policy of the planet Om had mutated from a moral ethos into a culpable misfortune and wrongdoing. The Kundabuffer Empire was usurping planets with humanoid populations into the war economy of its accelerating imperial expansion for more than a thousand years. Om had the technological power to end the suffering caused by this tumor-like empire, yet it did nothing. Om owed much of its advanced knowledge to a super-evolved race of posthumanoids who had... more
  • Musings of a Soul

    by Judith Franklin
    Within each human, regardless of ethnicity and life experiences lies our spirit. Within it, lie our beliefs, dreams, and the capacity to soar. This gift of spirit, a bequest of our Creator, contains our dreams, beliefs, encounters with our God, the power to achieve lasting relationships, and weave memories. With all of its powers, it remains our own. Within these pages, may you find your own ?musings,? find peace within the stanzas, recall a joyful experience, or grow in your spiritual life, awa... more
  • The Basics of Electronics

    by David Askew
    Are you working in the field of electronics and have no formal training but want to learn more about the basics? Or are you a hobbyist who wants to learn more about how electronics work? Then this book is for you. This book goes through the basic theory of topics such as DC and AC. It also covers several electronic components, how they work and applications along with labs to experiment with, audio, data, and troubleshooting. The end of the book also contains several listings of suppliers of bot... more
  • The Thriving Heart

    by Thomas Millner
    For those who don?t know, PD stands for Parkinson?s disease. I could think of other names right now as well, but I?ll stick to the subject. Technically, there?s a portion of my brain that produces dopamine, a chemical necessary for nerve conduction (and a bit of sanity), where cells have died. There?s a technical term for those cells as well, but this is neither an anatomy lesson nor a pharmacological treatise, so I?ll forgo the technical details. I want to talk about what it?s like for me to ex... more