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  • Debunking the Fairy-tale of Boaz

    by Victoria Baxter
    This is the guide for single Christian women. It helps women heal from their past, find contentment in their present, while preparing for the future. All the while, we're going to dispel the fairy-tale surrounding Ruth and Boaz in the Bible. Women, it's OK to live fearlessly single!
  • Famous Faces Decoded: A Guidebook for Reading Others

    by Dan Hill
    Unless you've never been lied to in life, you know that words aren't enough in assessing people and situations. Vital to emotional intelligence is fluently reading the language of facial expressions. Famous Faces Decoded shows you that emotions are hidden in plain sight on all of our faces. You'll learn how emotions shape and reflect our personalities, driving behavior. There is no better, in-the-moment way to reliably grasp what's going on with those you love or work with. This book is fully of... more
  • The Way Home: Discovering the Path to Your Truth, Nature and Inner Treasures

    by Vlada Zapesotsky

    "The Way Home" opens with a heart-warming and creative fairy tale describing the journey of self-discovery that all humans yearn to undertake, yet are afraid to without a proper guide. In this book we learn how to "activate" our personal inner guides and personify these inner voices to serve us in our healing journey. The inner life (psyche) is described as a Home with multiple rooms to which we can return for new discoveries and self-care. It is as simple as: "you do... more

  • RELAUNCH! Stagnation, Change, and Renewal in Mid-Career and Beyond

    by Steven Simon, Ph.D.
    RELAUNCH! is about finding or renewing a sense of passion for work. It’s about the antidotes to stagnating in a job or career one doesn’t love or even like or finds boring day in and day out. The book is based on listening to what mid and late career clients have confided as their most distressing career issues and presents an approach to finding a new love for the work one does. It’s a book for those who believe change is needed but have struggled with taking action, and for those at wit’s end ... more
  • The M in Man Is for Money

    by Passport Cutty
    Passport Cutty, the blogger, traveler, and unconventional life coach to people all across the world, makes her debut book with The M In Man Is For Money. The book takes you on a journey through a rinse cycle of serial dating and personal struggles as you read how Ms. Cutty searches for and finds her purpose. Along the way, you’ll learn how to handle men concerning money while dating, living together, or just plain having a pecuniary relationship. She offers tips on conditioning men to foot the d... more
  • Transitioning-into-Womanhood-Journey-Realization

    by Codisha R. Matthews
    Transitioning into Womanhood-Journey to Self-Realization sparkles with the truth of what demotivates, inspires, destroys and elevates women. It provides the key tools required for self-discovery and self-exploration. The author draws a crystal-clear road-map to assist women on how to find, heal, love and build themselves; she challenges their old perspectives on the definition of womanhood and encourages them to seek their own truth.
  • How to write a resignation letter for personal interests

    by Aisha Adele
    Are you considering a job switch? Should in case you want to move on from your present job to further your career elsewhere your primary move should be to inform your boss about your intention. A resignation letter is an official document addressed to your boss with your intention to leave the company.

    Resignation letters are mostly sent via emails and should be handed over to your direct boss or the HR department. Why? Your resignation letter also serves as an advance notification to... more
  • The ABCs of Love: Learn How Couples Rekindle Desire and Get Happy Again

    by Diana Shulman, JD., Ph.D.
    Are you stuck in a cycle of conflict where your recurring fights leave you feeling frustrated, sad, worried, or alone? Do you sometimes feel like enemies instead of allies, roommates instead of partners? Do your efforts to resolve your issues lead to even more fighting? Whether you’re young or old, gay or straight, dating or about to celebrate your 50th anniversary, it’s time to have some fun and learn from the vignettes, tools, and skill-building exercises in The ABCs of Love. Get unStuck an... more
  • What's Your Financial Gameplan?

    by Neala Okuromade
    What does your financial situation look like? What’s Your Financial Game Plan? –The book takes readers on a step-by-step journey to learn the principles needed to develop a fool-proof financial strategy for their situation, whatever that might be. It opens their eyes to the possibilities that money has to offer if they utilise it wisely and also show them what happens when they don’t. Through the stories of four friends who have the same job with the same salary, we see how they end up in tota... more
  • Bernard Goes to Music School

    by Connie Du
    Bernard Goes to Music School Bernard, a little boy, has gone to music school to start a musical journey that is about to change him profoundly in many ways… Initially he has difficulty singing those strange funny music notes and he often feels shy around people. He and other kids receive music training from Mrs. Tania, a lovable music teacher, who inspires him to sing and love music. He needs to practice countless times before he can overcome his shyness and sing beautifully in class. He learns ... more
  • His & Hers Relationship Do's & Don'ts

    by Tamara Neal
    His & Hers Relationship Do’s & Don’ts exposes the most common, silently abusive relationships and teaches both men and women how to avoid them. Using all too real scenarios, The author calls out obvious red-flag behaviors such as addiction, physical abuse, emotional abuse and adultery, but also highlight lesser-known signs of relationship trouble, including indications that a potential partner is only interested in a one-night stand. Throughout the book, reader is reminded there’s only one perso... more
  • Protect Your Child, Mentality

    by Bethany Neumann
    In this book you will learn how to prepare your child for the wildness of life. It addresses negative self-talk, bullying, meditation, mindfulness, mantras and has examples and stories to help you and your child move towards a lasting positive mindset! This book will be a relevant resource for years to come.
  • Loglines

    by Carlos Perez
    Loglines: A Workbook of Story Ideas for Writers by Carlos Perez is a how-to text for the beginning writer and the professional alike. It?s filled with story ideas as starters for the creative process of writing, along with having several writing exercises that Mr. Perez often uses in his writing classes and workshops. The text is useful for anyone experiencing writer?s block?whether it?s the solo writer, the classroom student, or a member of a writers group. The ideas in the workbook are the beg... more
  • How to Survive Homeschooling - A Self-Care Guide for Moms Who Lovingly Do Way Too Much

    by Brooke Benoit
    Brooke Benoit, who homeschooled herself and then her own children, has revealed the secrets and best practices to avoid burnout, live wholly and have a well-rounded approach to being a homeschooling mom. The book is broken into three main sections. “Part One: Your Surviving And Thriving Guide” is a collection of prompts to aid in identifying problem areas in your personal life and improving the homeschool-life balance of moms. “Part Two: My Mostly Abridged Homeschooling Memoir” gives a peek into... more
  • CCNA: Quick Reference Guide to CCNA Terminology & Concepts

    by Walter Schenck
    This is a must-have CCNA book. Walter Schenck received his CCNA, A+ and MCSE Certifications from FSU. Access-Lists, IOS Commands, Protocols, the OSI model, WAN/LAN terms, hardware terms, VLANs, are presented in an easy to read Subnetting course. Walter's computer book has consistently ranked among the top selling computer books in Amazon.
  • Just Because I'm Not Effin' Famous, Doesn't Mean I'm Not Effin' Funny

    by Diane Dean-Epps
    “Laughter is an instant vacation.” ~Milton Berle This quote inspired the pop art, vacation-themed organization for Just Because I’m Not Effin’ Famous, Doesn’t Mean I’m Not Effin’ Funny, if not the entirety of the comical contents contained therein. While the humor may not be all about vacations, the author definitely is! In fact, Dean-Epps says laughing has everything in common with vacations; both provide a release, offer a fresh perspective, and put you in a better space. They both also prov... more