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  • 30 Days to Embracing Singleness: A Devotional

    by Britt Dior
    This book is for single women around the world. It is designed to take a woman on the journey of embracing being single over the course of 30 days. There is no topic left uncovered as this book talks about all the things that make up the single life, including but not limited to, heartbreak, healing, and real life thoughts. This book is written to encourage the woman who has accepted her single season, and help her to make it one of her best seasons ever. More importantly, it is meant to help th... more
  • 90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (...or more)

    by Felice Cohen
    “90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (...or more)” is an inspirational self-help book that shows how living small for 5 years made my life so much bigger. It also offers 90 lessons to help you downsize, organize and realize how to live the life you want, in whatever size space you choose. People today want experiences over stuff. My book is a “want to” guide for making that life possible.
  • What Next?: How to Enjoy Success, Beat Indecision, and Take Action to Set Your Future Goals

    by Diana Fitts
    Have you ever achieved a goal and then asked yourself, “what next?” You finally reach a goal, but the celebration is cut short. You feel panicked as you face questions of the bigger and better goal around the corner. One minute you are overjoyed by your success, but the next you find yourself victim to post-achievement paralysis and the “what next” trap. How do you choose your next goals? In a success-driven society, it is easy to become obsessed with choosing perfect goals that will... more
  • Your Focus Formula: How to Successfully Stay on Task, Finish Projects and Achieve Your Goals

    by Diana Fitts
    Do you have trouble staying on task and finishing projects to completion? You know you should be working on that report, but you can’t drag yourself away from Netflix and Facebook. You finally get around to cleaning up that spare room, but ten minutes in, you’re looking at old pictures you dug up and nothing else gets done. You need to get more serious about exercising, but you can’t seem to develop a regular routine to get it done. What’s lacking in all of these scenarios? FOCUS! W... more
  • Living Apart Together: A Unique Path to Marital Happiness, or The Joy of Sharing Lives Without Sharing an Address

    by Anne L Watson
    There's one reason marriages and long-term relationships break up that is seldom acknowledged: Many committed couples would get along better if they weren't roommates. In this groundbreaking book, Anne L. Watson draws on personal experience to reveal the benefits of living separately and tells how you might make it work for yourself.
  • The Gentleman's Handbook: A Guide to Exemplary Behavior, or Rules of Life and Love for Men Who Care

    by Aaron Shepard
    Gentlemen might be in short supply today, but this little book of wisdom could be the cure. If you're a young man who cares about the quality of his mark on the world -- or if you know such a young man -- the aphorisms of "The Gentleman's Handbook" may prove a helpful guide.
  • A Hole in Science: An Opening for an Alternative Understanding of Life

    by Ted Christopher
    My book is an overdue debunking of scientific materialism, perhaps the most fundamental belief of modern science. An earlier review from Kirkus Reviews states that the book “persuasively suggests that a materialistic view falls short”. The book takes a perhaps obvious approach in describing some of the severe challenges posed to materialism by unusual - and accepted - behavioral phenomena. The bigger picture, though, is a focus on the unfolding “absolutely beyond belief” failure of DNA search... more
  • Where Did My Sweet Grandma Go?: A Preschooler's Guide to Losing a Loved One

    by Lauren Flake
    "Grandma's in our hearts, you see." "Where Did My Sweet Grandma Go?: A Preschooler's Guide to Losing a Loved One" gently leads little ones and their parents into meaningful conversations about death, grief, and eternal love. Activities and resources in the included Parents' Guide reinforce the book's comforting message of legacy and hope.
  • The Job Shopper

    by D. Byron Wiley
    Section 1 - A self-help section told in a “unique manner” • Section 2- Some wisdom for life. • Section 3 - A section about professional advancement tactics. • Section 4 - The business of job shopping • Section 5 - Examples of people that have to work twice as hard to get half the credit and then need to fight to get the rest
  • My Grandfather's Wisdom

    by George F. Knight
    For a man with a sixth-grade education, George Ernest Knight was remarkably erudite, and blessed with a keen insight into human nature. His observations on character, work, daily living, and faith, recorded during the first two decades of the 20th Century, and remarkably relevant today, provide valuable guidance for making our way through life’s challenges and for dealing with the foibles of relatives, friends, and even total strangers.
  • The i'm Possible Journey: Learning to Live with Sugar Addiction

    by Maureen Aliprandi
    This is a collection of poems and prose about life and addiction recovery. Although the addiction is sugar, the lessons apply to just about everyone. The I'm Possible Journey is a light-hearted and positive approach to a heavy and often negative subject.
  • Nudges from Grandfather: Honouring Indigenous Spiritual Technologies

    by Chris Kavelin
    Is there a “next world”? Are loved ones who have died somehow still with us? In 1938 the German Reich inflicted a wave of violent, all night attacks on several Jewish communities (Kristallnacht). Far away in Australia, William Cooper, a distinguished Elder of the Yorta Yorta Nation, led a little-known march to the German Consulate to deliver his letter protesting the violation of those human rights. How contemporary Jewish and Aboriginal communities re-connected with that protest is but ... more
  • The Trouble with Peer Pressure

    by Darlene R. Wood
    If you have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), you already know that sometimes, everyday life seems like it’s too much to handle. And probably you’ve already experienced the fact that when you’re already overwhelmed, peer pressure seems to compound any situation. The Trouble With Peer Pressure is a friendly, practical guide to help you navigate the challenges of peer pressure. Author Darlene R. Wood provides information you can use, including ways to think about the consequences of... more
  • The Joyful Bear: A Furry Philosophy for Overcoming Adversity and Finding Happiness

    by Margaret Meps Schulte
    Faced with a devastating case of writer’s block, Margaret Meps Schulte turns to a 25-year friend, a stuffed polar bear with an upturned gaze and a beatific smile. Frank Lloyd Bear, known as Frankie, conducts a series of conversations with her about mindfulness, self-compassion and how to overcome depression and anxiety. The result is this unusual true story, co-written by the wise-but-funny Frank Lloyd Bear. Frankie’s guidance brings Meps out of her funk and gives her the confidence to become... more
  • And She Called Him Lord: Eliminating the Fear of Submission

    by Wendy Magee
    It begins with my husband and I attending our third marriage retreat where a couple read a poem, and the wife ended with her calling her husband Lord. My first reaction was that I didn’t believe he needed to be called Lord, but after watching the movie War Room God begin to show me through my journaling how calling my husband Lord was an act of respect of position. This book is my journey of how God revealed to me the order of the family in 1 Peter 3 (AMP). Understanding how God commands subm... more
  • Playdhd: Permission to Play.....a Prescription for Adults with ADHD.

    by Kirsten Milliken, PhD, PCC
    Play is the pathway to being an ADHD superstar! Consider all of the famous people who have ADHD- Einstein, Adam Levine, Michael Phelps, Jim Carey, Malcomb Forbes and Shane Victorino, to name a few. All known for being playful in their own way. If you are an adult with ADHD, this book is your prescription to play. This book focuses on how developing a more playful mindset and habit of engaging in playful activities can actually help you to manage symptoms and excel with ADHD. It’s likely that you... more

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