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  • Writing Is Hard

    by Jim LaBate

    The essays in this book were originally written for first-year college students, but these essays are appropriate for anyone who hopes to become a better writer. This book breaks writing down into much smaller pieces and describes each piece in a friendly, narrative style. The book includes over 100 short essays – approximately 500-700 words each – and the chapters cover the following subjects: The Ten Commandments of Writing, Punctuation and Grammar, Types of Writing, The Writing... more

  • Exposed

    by Emmanuel Oputa
    The book Exposed is set to disillusion many about the reality of marriage and change or utterly destroy preconceived notions on the workings of marriage. This blueprint is not a law. As faces are different so is the basic and underlying feature of marriage. Your marriage should NOT follow any set template. Every marriage is unique and is meant to be perfect, not in the sense of any standard (societal or cultural), but perfect for the individuals therein. Exposed is filled with wisdom a... more
  • Marriage God's Way Workbook: A Biblical Recipe for Healthy, Joyful, Christ-Centered Relationships

    by Scott LaPierre
    The perfect companion to Marriage God's Way! God intended marriage to be a great joy, but we can only experience this joy if we obey the principles in His Word. This workbook will help you apply the biblical recipe in Marriage God's Way. Inside you will find: Clear instructions on prayer, communication, and forgiveness Insightful questions that solve marital frustrations Practical exercises to enjoy with your spouse Helpful discussion topics that strengthen your relationship Use this gr... more
  • Awaken Your Inner Golfer: Finding Your Flow

    by Jerry Brown
    Awaken Your Inner Golfer guides you through exploration of forty unique instinct-awakening golf exercises with variations in grip, swing, stance, use of subtle senses and imagination to discover the feel of a golf swing that works for your unique physiology and instinct. \t\tThe exercises facilitate an awakening of the unique instinctive kinesthetic intelligence within each golfer and will benefit both your short game and your long game. The exercises present an opportunity to learn the feel o... more
  • Work Pray Allow: 21 Days: How to Overcome Procrastination and Laziness as a Creative Entrepreneur

    by Kristen Nichols
    For the greater part of a decade I built my dreams hand-in-hand, side-by-side with my partner. Through cross-country moves, building businesses, and designing our dreams we were an “us.” A family. Then, at the age of 32, I asked for a divorce. When I left North Carolina with a U-Haul trailer and an illness-prone rescue dog, it was easy not to look back. I was ready to leave, I had reason enough. But looking forward was what made me tremble to the core. Who was I? What would I do? I left all of m... more
  • Tell the World

    by Stephen Jahseed Lark
    The world seems to be going in a new direction, and we are all watching it unfold. But no one will know what direction that will be until we realize that, as a whole, we’ve been taught the wrong lessons about ourselves as a human species. We must recognize the true essence of who we are, and that is the supreme self. When we learn to find a stillness in our hearts, minds, and bodies—the empowering result of meditation and fully living in the present—we have a chance to create our own kingdom of ... more
  • Coincidence or God?

    by Aaron M. Garcia
    Coincidence or God? is an autobiography of one young man's life that was consumed by drug addiction. After moving into a drug house completely subjected by drugs, Aaron found himself at rock bottom. One night would change everything and would catapult him into a new life. What was one man's journey became the formula to show you this life is not a coincidence but a God-given destiny.
  • Choosing Happy

    by Heidi Farrelly

    Do you find it hard to get excited about life? Are you irritable, struggling to escape negative thoughts, or overwhelmed by persistent sadness? These are all symptoms of low mood, an emotional state shared by millions of people globally. The good news is, it can be beaten!

    Choosing Happy explores the science behind your sadness and includes the facts, hacks, and action steps you need to defeat low mood, and instil happiness in your life.
    You CAN live an out... more

  • Fearless Intelligence: The Extraordinary Wisdom of Awareness

    by Michael Benner
    "Fear is a doorway to understanding yourself better. The secret is to plumb the depth and breadth of your anxiety and confusion in relaxed levels of expanded awareness. Becoming more self-aware of your anxious feelings reveals the personal wisdom hidden within heartache and upset. "As we understand our self better, we become less alienated and more content — calmer, happier and more self-confident. Fewer random thoughts demand our attention. This or that occurs as this and that, and behavio... more
  • Silence the Noise

    by A.M. Garcia
    Silence the Noise is a life-changing inspirational novel directed towards children and adolescents on ways to overcome external influences and overwhelming internal destruction. Giving students ways to overcome the battle of suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and depression.
  • Safetyrailsource

    The Safety Rail Source is provided with single source for E-Z install, OSHA compliant modular safety railings. We have provided customers like you with the top of the line, pre-engineered safety products since 1999.
  • How People Heal: Exploring the Scientific Basis of Subtle Energy in Healing

    by Diane Goldner
    For Diane Goldner, what began as an investigative story for The New York Times, became a four-year pilgrimage into the thriving yet controversial world of energy healing in America. Her report, How People Heal, serves as both an introduction to this world, and an engrossing narrative featuring in-depth portraits of healers Barbara Brennan and Rosalyn Bruyere. Goldner spent hours alongside these spiritual and savvy women witnessing their healing work, while casting a critical eye at the business ... more
  • Awakening to the Light: My Journey from Investigative Journalist to Energy Healer

    by Diane Goldner
    Journey To Extraordinary Realms. In this gripping, candid memoir, Diane shares the story of her transformation from investigative journalist to energy healer, following a dramatic initiation by a realized master from India. Diane started investigating subtle energy healing as a skeptic. What she discovered changed her life. Now a healer and medical intuitive, she helps people around the country and internationally heal and uplift their lives. “I love this book. It's so inspiring," notes Christia... more
  • Yes, You Can Heal: The Secret to Transforming Illness and Creating Radiant Health

    by Diane Goldner
    Have you ever wanted to really heal? Diane Goldner takes you on a journey to release the deepest levels. Based on her 20 years of experience as a healer, Diane shows you how to access universal healing energies and awaken your own inner healer. With wisdom and love, she brings you into the inner sanctum of her healing room. She shares how to use subtle energy for any ailment—including cancer, heart disease, chronic illness, infertility, mystery illness, trauma, surgery, and other challenges—or s... more
  • Finding Hope In The Darkness Of Grief

    by Diamante Lavendar
    This earthly plane offers much for us to learn: happiness, wisdom, loss, heartbreak, and enlightenment. It is a Pandoras box of emotions, situations, opportunities, and failures, all wrapped into a package we call life. Nobody is immune, but everyone has the opportunity to grow tall or wither like a flower in harsh light. Its completely up to us how we choose to respond. Finding Hope in the Darkness of Grief is a gleaning of insights from artist Diamante Lavender. For her, life has been a long, ... more