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  • How To Hold a Cockroach: A book for those who are free and don't know it

    by Matthew Maxwell
    A heartbroken and miserable boy begins a life-changing journey when a menacing guest disturbs him at dinner. Confronted one-by-one by the sources of his torment, the boy is forced to consider some of life's key questions: What makes one thing vile and another sacred? How can I be at peace with a broken heart, a bruising childhood, or a critical illness? What decides how I experience life? What am I? With a surprising and simple message, How to Hold a Cockroach is a moving love letter to... more
  • On The Back of The Wildebeest; The Healing Power of Creativity

    by Audrey C Jolly
    Creativity is a path to the innermost self, where we find a sense of wholeness by embracing emotions that we have shut up and shut away. It lets us reconnect with lost parts of ourselves that carry fear, anger, sadness and loneliness. Yet many people falsely believe creativity is not for them. This exhilarating and original book gives creativity its rightful place on the journey from trauma to mastery. With more than 30 years' experience as an artist, educator, and psychotherapist Audrey Jol... more
  • The ONE Invisible Code: An Uncommon Formula To Breakthrough Mediocrity And Rise To The Next Level

    by Sharat Sharma
    Every inspiring story has three things in common: A Dreamer, his Struggles & his Victory. This is the story of a dreamer – Joy, a young and successful corporate leader. One day, Joy’s life turns upside down. He goes from having a successful career to nothing in the blink of an eye. This event turns his aspirations into anger, anxiety, frustration, and self-doubt. Torn apart by his emotions, he struggles within. His only thought is to run away from all his struggles. But destiny has a differ... more
  • Anxiety Rx

    by Russell Kennedy

    Anxiety Rx shows you exactly what anxiety is and how you can stop it from running your life. Written by Dr Russell Kennedy, aka "The Anxiety MD", a physician and neuroscientist that suffered from anxiety himself for many years, Anxiety Rx takes the reader on a healing journey that combines hard neuroscience and soft spirit—illuminating a never-seen-before path to leaving anxiety behind for good. Dr Kennedy is also a certified yoga and medita... more

  • Productive Intuition: Connecting to the Subtle

    by AdaPia d'Errico
    In a world where it's hard to know who to trust anymore, it's more important than ever to trust yourself. 'Productive Intuition: Connecting to the Subtle' is the first book to explore the intersection of science and spirituality through story and the senses to immediately bring you into alignment with your Inner Authority. Bridging the seemingly disparate functions of intellect and intuition, you will discover the most incredible sense of empowerment. You will connect into a deep reservoir of st... more
  • InstaGrateful: Finding Your Bliss in a Social Media World

    by Sheri Fink

    Are you ready to add more passion, peace, power, prosperity, and panache to your life? Are you a million times more magnificent than your social media feed? Yes, you are, because: You are a lotus.

    The lotus flower represents strength, perseverance, inner beauty, and possibility through adverse conditions. Even when its roots are submerged in the dirtiest waters, the lotus produces a beautiful flower. It’s your time to bloom into your biggest, fullest, most expressive self.

    I... more

  • My Bliss Book: An Inspirational Journal for Daily Dream Building and Extraordinary Living

    by Sheri Fink

    My Bliss Book is a daily empowerment journal to help you create more magic, joy, and passion in your life while achieving your wildest dreams!

    During this inspiring 12-week journey, you commit to daily practices that will magically transform your life as you apply pure intention, strategic focus, and inspired action.

    By setting goals, expressing gratitude, honoring your progress, celebrating your victories, and taking care of yourself, you will build the foundation for creating a ... more

  • Who Will Hear Them Cry

    by Phyllis Staton Campbell

    Kate Talbot, blinded by the psychopath who killed her husband and unborn child, feels safe in her world of gadgets and video games. Brett, her former partner in their small town detective agency has no right to expect her to help investigate a series of fatal accidents at a home and school for disabled children. He has no right but he does, and she finds herself interested despite her fear of failure, and the very real fear of physical danger.

  • The Delicious Flavors of God

    by Eva Cotton

    The Delicious Flavors of God is a whimsical guide to accepting and embracing every human being no matter their race, creed or orientation. Just as there are a variety of ice cream flavors to be enjoyed, there are many different flavors (races} of people, all to be lovingly embraced!

  • From Love Trauma To Fearless Love: 7 Tango Steps for Breaking Free from Narcissists and Predators

    by Jianny Adamo
    From Love Trauma To Fearless Love is a tale of emotional, spiritual, and sexual recovery from abuse at the hands of a predator. This book is especially relevant as From Love Trauma To Fearless Love illuminates how calculating a narcissist can be and reveals profound truths about the gut-wrenching reality a woman faces when she unwittingly gets caught in a web of lies and deception. It also highlights the cycle of violence that is typical of sexual abuse for both men and women. In From Love Tr... more
  • Mommy, Daddy Please Teach Me!

    by Michael A Brown
    Teachers. Remember your favorite? Taught you what you didn't know. A void. They, with great enthusiasm educators know, taught to fill the void with knowledge. Repeated practice equals subject security and the confidence to tackle more. This is where Mommy, Daddy Please Teach Me! comes in for those likely divested of great life lessons. Teach Me! guides adults, parents, grandparents, and caretakers to take an active approach in teaching children what parents may or should do daily. Teach Me! crea... more
  • The Many Relationships of Mental Illness

    by David Vidales
    Having battled manic depression, diagnosed with bipolar I and 15 years of addiction enough was enough. Follow my journey as I battle one set back after another. Finally hitting my rock bottom, nothing would stop me from crawling out of the pit of my own living hell. Witness first hand how my addiction cost me my marriage, nearly ripped my children from my life, down to my own demise. Finally, in 2016 watch a newly found man work and fight his way to author and owner of his company.
  • Black Girl, White School: Thriving, Surviving and No, You Can't Touch My Hair (An Anthology)

    by Olivia V.G. Clarke

    #1 Amazon New Release and Bestseller in 7 Categories!

    Listen to Black women and Black girls. Navigating predominantly white institutions (PWI) as a young Black girl provides amazing opportunities as well as challenging experiences. The poems, anecdotes, and entries found in this book seek to provide support and guidance for Black girls in PWI's and are written by Black girls and women who are current or past attendees of PWI's. Hair, friendship... more

  • Be the Soul Mate You Want to Attract

    by Jeanne Sullivan Billeci
    Jeanne Sullivan Billeci, The Soul Mate Coach, uses her years of coaching experience and training to guide you through the process of releasing your resistance to love and attracting an ideal soul mate much faster. Using strategies that enabled her to shift her dating approach and attract her own soul mate in 24 hours, she shows you how to: •\tIdentify negative relationship patterns and release yourself from mid-life dating myths and limiting beliefs. •\tUnderstand what a soul mate really is ... more
  • The Lying Liar Called Racism: A Love Letter

    by Giselle Fuerte

    I must reluctantly introduce you to an ugly lie some people tell to try to make you believe a mountain is actually a molehill...or a pile of spaghetti. This is the villain of our tale, The Lying Liar Called Racism, and it’ll try to make you feel small, powerless, and bad about yourself. Never fear, though, because you can spot this villain and stay strong against it by remembering that you are not and never will be a pile of floppy, sloppy spaghetti. You’r... more

  • Speaking Through Your Heart : How to Improve Your Relationships With Loving Communication Skills

    by Marilyn Lee
    The saying goes, “No man is an island,” and in any language, this can be understood. Man is social by nature, and so people build relationships with one another. Relationships can help bring out the best in people. But sometimes, some relationships can be detrimental to some people. And while some relationships grow stronger in time, others just fade slowly, sometimes violently, and then they end. Some people move on, some don’t—or couldn’t. Like all living things that grow, relationships need... more

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