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  • Blackmail

    by Dr. Ishwarbhai Joshi
    Rajni understood the art of Romance. She used to press and pull Ajay's nipples lightly with her delicate fingers... A foolish wife chatters during sexual intercourse. She demands something to her husband. Or keep her body stiff like a corpse... The husband is not allowed to take off all the clothes... He was worried about, putting his weight on her while riding on her. Then he found an idea. When the wife is in the position of twelve and a half of the clock, he himself used to sleep in the p... more
  • Your Happily Ever Love List

    by Ronit Haase
    This book aims at overcoming the gap between our illusive perception of love based on the fairy tales we were raised on, to what actually makes love work. The book demonstrates a case study, explains the theory, and provides questions for the reader to answer, thus allowing the reader to re-write their story of LOVE.
  • The 2-Hour Cocktail Party

    by Nick Gray
    You know that well-connected friend who only exists in the movies? The one who throws the best parties and can set up any introduction you need? Everyone wants to know someone magical like this who brings people together. The secret is: you can be that person. You should be that person. The 2-Hour Cocktail Party will show you how. Discover a simple formula with step-by-step instructions to host parties that help you meet new people, strengthen your existing relationships, and make you the ... more
  • Hamlet's Mirror

    by Elma Linz Kanefield

    Hamlet's Mirror looks at the stories and experiences of hundreds of performing artists to explain what prevents some from reaching their performance potential and what empowers others to realize it. The author introduces four Performer Personality Profiles: Problem-Ridden, Pugnacious, Promising and Potential-Realized. These personalities reveal and clarify how performing artists move through professional and personal challenges to become the best they can be as people and as performers. Y... more

  • A Reason to Live

    by Chris Wilkins
    My latest book, A Reason To Live, was really more of a journey than a written exercise. An odyssey which started with an unfortunate trip to the hospital where I was informed that I should remain very calm so as not to give myself a heart attack. The very words "heart attack" are lethal in their ability to instill fear, and I recall, I did stay fairly still although "calm" was not what was happening on the inside of me. A small five year old child was screaming inside my head, "I am not ready to... more
  • Magic Source Codes: The Craft of Reality

    by Cat Howell

    Ready to cultivate your dream reality?

    The world of magic is shrouded in stigma and fear but to those who dare open their hearts awaits an empowering practice of self discovery.

    Whether you find yourself in a structure that no longer fulfils you, overwhelmed or confused, or if you are merely curious about what magic has to offer, this revolutionary book holds the answers.

    In Magic Source Codes, Cat Howell demystifies the fear of alchemy, and dives into the n... more

  • The Effortless Perfection Myth

    by Caralena Peterson
    Set to expose the unfiltered reality of the college experience, Caralena Peterson’s groundbreaking new book, The Effortless Perfection Myth: Debunking the Myth and Revealing the Path to Empowerment for Today’s College Women mixes research and historical context with moving stories of more than a dozen young women, including Peterson’s own story, to educate both female undergraduates and their support systems on what’s really going on, how to heal from it and how to create a better experience fo... more
  • The Journey to the Centre of your Soul: Discover who you are through the mirrors of life

    by Adam Stansbury
    The Journey to the Centre of your Soul is a guide for those who are willing to ask deep questions about their relationship to life so they may uncover who they are and who they want to be. How can we be the change we wish to see in the world until we understand who we are as individuals? Only then can we encourage and support others on their journey to uncover their truth, creating the societal ripple effect that we need as a catalyst for collective change. The journey to the centre of you... more
  • Forget Me Not: A Caregiver’s Guide to Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

    by Torri L. Fisher

    If you are looking for support while caring for a loved one who is suffering from early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, then you need the invaluable resources in this book. It is undoubtedly noble to take on the hefty responsibility of being a caregiver, but it’s equally important to take care of yourself in the process. You can maintain your peace, positivity, and well-being during this time with access to the right tools.

    Inside Forget Me Not: A Caregiver’s Guide to Early... more

  • Mind Your Business

    by Juanita P Guerra
    This is a transformational memoir where I share some of my relevant life experiences that led to the development of 6 key strategies that are intended to help individuals live in an authentic and empowered manner. The strategies are tools that I use therapeutically and they emerged from both personal and clinical experience.
  • Serpent in the Cellar: Love and Death in Life and Myth

    by Tom Strelow
    The Serpent is a complex moral archetype in mythology. As the Viper, it is a dark force lurking in the shadows waiting to strike. As a sacred mediary, it may represent the power of healing and perpetual life, or the wisdom of the gods. The Serpent on the Tree of Morality weaves the mythological fabric of moral development underlying the three Abrahamic religions. While the institutional ideologies often lose this thread, the authentic myth is vitally an ancient psychology of love founded on e... more
  • On the Emancipation of Hatred

    by A.S. Milevsky
    Hate crime, hate speech, hate as the plague of our times ravaging our networks and tirelessly targeting new victims... What makes it so prevalent? Is hate our natural tendency, an integral part of our most profound social instincts or simply another piece of evidence for the failure at anger management and controlling our hunger for power and influence? Can those who utilize hatred as a smart marketing tool be considered evil? Are those who categorically dismiss it as an untenable social tendenc... more
  • Discover DBT Create a Life Worth Living: Dialectical Behavior Therapy Is the Proven 6 Month Solution to Escape Negativity

    by Peggy Darling
    Create a Life That Is Worth Living, no matter what hurdles you face. If you are: Depressed, harming yourself, or even having suicidal thoughts. Distracted, afraid, worried, and anxious. Have trouble with relationships (partners, family, school, work, your neighbors). Overreacting or letting your emotions dominate your rational thinking. Sabotaging your long-term peace of mind by making poor short-term decisions. Distressed to the point of misery about all kinds of situations in your life. ... more
  • Worth The Risk

    by Kristen Lee, EdD, LICSW
    Discover the rewards of strategic risk-taking―an award-winning behavioral scientist shares a practical guide on using small, intentional acts of courage to build resilience, confidence, and connection. 
 In each chapter of Worth the Risk, Lee provides a solid dose of brain science combined with practical actions to build confidence and sustain yourself through challenges. With a blend of stories, composite sketches, science, ancient wisdom, behavioral science, and practical exercises, you’ll e... more
  • You Matter in this Information Universe

    by Jesuis Laplume
    You are a very Special being in this Information universe, as a human likely not the only Special species, but one of them. We are falsely taught that we are physical beings, made of matter particles, but we are actually Special Information beings with minds that connect, using our information processing abilities, to the Cosmic Mind of our sentient universe. As Information beings, we likely have no real limitations on what we can do and become; however we are falsely taught that we are limite... more
  • Acts of Compassion: Bringing Love and Caring Back into Your Life

    by Linda Spangle, RN, MA
    Through meaningful stories and examples, Acts of Compassion helps readers bring love and caring back into their lives. Drawing on research findings as well as many life experiences, this book will help motivate people to show kindness and compassion to others.