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  • So You Want To Climb Mount Lovemore... Here's 99 Rules to Survive 'I Do'

    by A. Hubby
    \tAre you pondering matrimony? \tHave you already walked down the aisle? \tDo you think ‘single-o’ is the way to go? \tIf you answered yes to any of these questions, Mount Lovemore is already part of your life, and you need to be aware of the rules. \tForget what you thought you knew about marriage because it’s wrong! You need to read this book, so you’ll be able to correct all those pesky bad habits. \tSpousey will be proud!
  • The Art of Now: Creativity in the Present Moment

    by Tim Ljunggren

    To say "I am an artist" - and to believe it for the very first time (or, the very first time in a long time) - is the necessary pivotal step in becoming what you already are.

    It's the recognition of your own powerful, creative force.

    It's the acknowledgement of the vast artistic potential that lies deep inside of you, waiting for a moment to spring forth.

    Waiting for this moment. ...

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    by Alice McDowell, PhD

    Do you long to live a more authentic life but feel you might be getting in your own way? In Hidden Treasure, author Alice McDowell reveals five personality patterns that cause unnecessary suffering and block individuals from living a full and radiant life. These patterns can be so ingrained that they influence body shape and even who a person thinks they are.

    Through a series of exercises, compelling true stories, fun cartoons, and spiritual insights, McDowell offers indiv... more

  • Living in Light, Love & Truth: Change Your Life Positively

    by Kasi Kaye Iliopoulos
    Living in Light, Love & Truth provides insight in how to balance the spiritual (inner) and physical (outer) aspects of ourselves as an individual and in the life we live. It breaks down life events, and it attempts to identify the ego by examining truth. Living in Light, Love & Truth explores topics such as our life purpose, the ego, energy, free will, intuition and gratitude. It also offers the opportunity to reflect, understand and cleanse fear-based energies that inhibit you from holistica... more
  • How to Create Positive Energy in Your Space

    by Kasi Kaye Iliopoulos
    In How to Create Positive Energy in Your Space, author Kasi Kaye Iliopoulos explains how you can assess your physical environment and its energetic imprint by looking at the location and structure and harmonising it by crystal gridding and Himalayan Salt placement to combat discord and electromagnetic smog. She also reveals the impact that previous residents, neighbours, and the past have on the present and describes ways to shift discordant energy by decluttering, cleansing, and interior design... more
  • 10 Secrets to a Bestseller: An Author's Guide to Self-Publishing

    by Tim McConnehey
    Calling all writers! 10 Secrets to a Bestseller is the self-publishing guide you’ve been looking for. Whether you’ve dreamed of writing the Great American Novel or are drafting a self-help book, you know in your heart of hearts that you’re a writer. You know it because you have always felt the drive to write; because you have something to say to the world . . . The only problem is getting the world to listen. That’s where 10 Secrets to a Bestseller comes in. Thoughtfully crafted by Tim Mc... more
  • Why are you Sad?

    by Allison R. Troy

    "Why are you Sad?" is a gripping children's story that has young readers asking not only others but asking themselves why are they sad? By allowing the reader to become the book's narrator or main character, this new release explains to young children that although they may not know why they feel sad often, feeling sad for no reason is completely normal.  

  • Peaceful Moments: Creative Affirmations for Your Heart & Soul

    by Aliza McCracken

    We are delighted to share this life-affirming book by beloved artist/author, Aliza McCracken. Whether you are a seasoned professional or just beginning to find your path, we invite you to awaken your passion and discover more peaceful moments everyday. In this lovely book, enjoy a personal collection of Aliza's art and affirmations designed for quick inspiration.  They make wonderful gifts for yourself and everyone on your wish list!

    High-quality * Full color * Coffee-tabl... more

  • Being the Best You!

    by Fayth Thomas
  • Detour: A Roadmap For When Life Gets Rerouted

    by Cam Taylor

    This book is a roadmap for those seeking to learn how to navigate times of adversity, build resiliency, and experience post-traumatic growth. A serious motorcycle accident in 2011 laid the foundation for this book. Detour looks at how to persevere, change, recover, forgive, and grieve after a traumatic event. It tells the story of Cam's journey as well as providing handles to hold on to for navigating your own detour. Whether you’re on a detour now, have been on one, know someone wh... more

  • The Monster in My Room

    by Joy Shepherd
    This beautifully written and illustrated story for children gets right to the point. Inappropriate touching should never be a secret. Using a child's voice, the story takes us through the emotions of a child who has a secret; sadness, fear, anger, empowerment, and resolution. "When somebody hurst you, you have to tell." The Monster in My Room is a wonderful tool for parents and educators to help children understand and deal with the idea and reality of inappropriate touching.
  • Grandma Doesn't Know My Name

    by Joy Shepherd
    The story puts a light-hearted spin on the confusion and sometimes hurt that can occur when a grandparent cannot recall a beloved grandchild's name. This heartwarming story focuses on what matters most - the love that endures and the positive playful interactions that are still alive, despite the hurdles that come with Alzheimer's disease. This story is an excellent read for children, parents, teachers, caregivers and loved ones. Recommended for children ages 5-9.
  • How to Help Someone with Cancer: 70 Ways to Help Cancer Patients and Their Families During Cancer Treatment

    by Shannon Benish
    A loved one was recently diagnosed with cancer and you aren't sure the best way to help. Surely there’s something you can do besides bringing a frozen dinner? This book will be your guide to practical ways you can help a cancer patient as they are progressing through treatment.
  • Leaving War, Finding Love: A Veteran's Transition

    by Hillary Sigrist
    Throughout generations, soldiers have gone to war and returned home changed men. Within the journey from man to warrior, an identity, brotherhood, and purpose is formed. As these veterans transition out of service, they are asked to shed that past and chart unknown territory. What happens when war returns home for the final time? How do marriages survive the new battlefield? How can wives offer understanding and support? Leaving War, Finding Love illustrates the season of marriage post-milita... more
  • Heart Guide: True Stories of Grief and Healing

    by Diana J. Ensign
    Whether we have lost a parent, child, spouse, sibling, grandparent, or other significant person in our life, death of a loved one can send us reeling. These intimate, personal stories highlight the myriad and unexpected ways people cope with real life struggles when facing traumatic loss. By sharing our most vulnerable accounts of grief, we build a safe harbor around the subject of death — even when the stories are heartbreakingly difficult. When facing loss of a loved one — from suicide, seriou... more
  • Roscoe: A Respectable Dog With Good Moral Principles by James L. Thompson

    by James Thompson
    In my book, I am showing ten-year-old students and adults that I had a dog, Roscoe, that I got to make him bite and attack my friends and neighbors,but he just wouldn't. Later, I made a fighting dog out of him. And he was very good at whipping all the dogs that were brought to him for a fight. However, and even over his own food, he just wouldn't fight a female or girl dog. I even tried whipping him to make him fight a female dog, and he just wouldn't. So, the moral of Roscoe's life is that if a... more