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  • Navigating Indieworld: A Beginner's Guide to Self-Publishing and Marketing Your Book

    by Carole P. Roman, J.A. Gerber
    Social media guru, Julie A. Gerber and award-winning author of forty-three best-selling, independently published books, Carole P. Roman, team up to travel the winding road of self-publishing, promoting, and marketing a book. Join these two self-help experts as they share their vast store of experience in an easy to read, comprehensive guide, complete with end of chapter checklists to keep an author on track. Learn the importance of a beta reader and the value of a good editor. Know what's needed... more
  • Finding Mom

    by Amanda Mawhinney
    Vitality. Passion. Tranquility. Do any of these words currently describe you? Finding Mom will reawaken your dreams and help you to find and reinvent yourself. Sometimes we love being a mom, but get frustrated when motherhood takes over our life. You are a mom and so much more. That's why it's important to start your journey to find your purpose beyond just being a mom. Learn the secrets to finding "me time" in even your busiest days. Uncover and recover your unique mom personality with a person... more
  • Healing from Infidelity: The Divorce Busting® Guide to Rebuilding Your Marriage After an Affair

    by Michele Weiner-Davis

    Because not everyone admits it, statistics on the incidence of extramarital affairs are unreliable. But one thing is certain: cheating is rampant.  Every year, millions of spouses discover their partners have been unfaithful.  The discovery of infidelity has devastating effects on marriage; it rocks the very foundation upon which relationships are based. It wreaks emotional havoc on both spouses who typically have no clue how to recover.


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  • The Family Caregiver's Guide: How to Care for a Loved One at Home

    by Harriet Hodgson
    Caring for a loved one at home. What's really involved? Tens of millions of Americans have asked this question. The Family Caregiver's Guide fills in the gaps, connecting the dots between real life and research. Drawing upon the author's 19 years of caregiving experience, this book provides strategies to care for your loved one, inside and out. Caregiving has its challenges and rewards. Through it all, you'll discover that caregiving is love in action.
  • Sabbatical of the Mind

    by David L. Winters
    Come along with author David L. Winters as he humorously explores goes crazy in the Washington, D.C. rat race, stopping for a five-month sabbatical and victoriously returning to work with new purpose. On the way, he studies his psychological, physical, emotional and spiritual health and transparently reveals his findings. While entertaining and emotional, this book also offers insights into God, life's big lessons and chasing our dreams.
  • Freedom: Defeating the bullies - a personal journey

    by Jane Finch
    This was a difficult story to write. Few people really knew how much my son and our family went through during those awful years; the bruises, beatings, harassment and verbal abuse. Hounded from our home, I finally took matters into my own hands and took action. Every parent owes it to their child to take every possible step – however hard that may be – to protect them from harm both physically and emotionally. Stand up to the authorities until you get some answers. Be single-minded and determin... more
  • Writers and Their Dogs: A Literary Love Affair

    by Laurence Peters
    The bonds between our dog and ourselves are complex and personal that are often hard to describe in words. Writers and their Dogs: A Literary Love Affair examines through the relationships of eight authors and their dogs just how complicated and rewarding dog companionship can be.
  • Everyone's Wish: Poems to Motivate and Inspire

    by Alexandria J. Snowdon
    By Alexandria J. Snowdon, winner of the Shakespeare Trophy of Excellence Award, the Writer of Distinction Presidential Award for poetry, 100 Most Famous Poets and the author of A Day in the Life Of A Squirrel.
  • Write the Book You Want—Be Your Own Coach

    by Valerie Haynes Perry
    In five straightforward chapters--My Books; Your Books; Listen; Read; and Write--I motivate serious writers to complete their books and inspire fellow writers.
  • Get Beyond Your Troubled Past

    by John Jeffery Lundell
    You’re Not Looking for a Job, You’re Looking for a Person, this is the central theme from Get Beyond Your Troubled Past, a book that shows the background challenged person how to get the right job and build a future. Have you been in prison, rehab, or an abusive relationship? This unique step-by-step guide will walk you through the process of getting back into the workforce. The Modern Job Search is not for the person with a troubled background. Social media, networking, and writing the perfect ... more
  • The Eye of Gogi

    by Eric L. Chamberlain
    "You don't want to not do something just because it seems impossible." For the mere price of coffee you shall possess the esoteric wisdom of four decades of experience! Inspired by Marcus Aurelius and based on decades of life, professional, creative and design experience, The Eye of Gogi is a wealth of compact insights into philosophy, people, leadership, aesthetics, attitude, integrity, resourcefulness, design and creativity in general, spread over more than 200 chapters. You will also learn... more
  • What your Cable Company won't tell you

    by Tone Designs
    On or about the time period of April through May of 2016, Cable customers in Florida, California, and Texas have had the unfortunate experience of being converted from one Company to another. The transition from Company to Company for most has been nothing short of a nightmare to put it kindly. this book is a technician's behind the scene story of what the Cable Company does not want you to know, and the few remedies to some of the issues that customers have at their disposal!
  • Love Incarnate: I have come to tell a story of love.

    by Leslie Brooks
    Author Leslie Brooks tells a moving story, which unveils Jesus as a man, including significant aspects of his childhood, adolescence, adulthood, travels, and dying, as well as his relationship with Mary Magdalen. The message in this book portrays GOD as an energy of Great Love, residing in everything and in every one of us. It concludes, “There is not one person in any moment who is unworthy of Love.”
  • Who Will Love Me?

    by Brittany Coleman
    Who will love me is about a girl by the name of Mia whom is searching for the love that God has already given her.

    by Alex P. Serritella
    TRANSGENDA takes a critical look at the sex-change industry. It exposes the fraudulent and abusive nature of the practice. It exposes the collusion that sustains the industry. It deals with regret, suicide, rape, and child abuse. This is not a pretty book, but it tells the truth.
  • Firedancer: Your Spiral Journey to a Life of Passion and Purpose

    by Kami Guildner
    Every personal journey starts with a quest for deeper understanding of who we are, where we’ve been, and where we want to go. Firedancer invites you to embark on this journey— one that honors you and your unique story. Is your heart calling for something more? Are you ready to leave behind overwhelm and a mundane existence and step into life feeling vibrant, on fire and unstoppable? Do you have a deep inner desire to make your mark on the world—to live into your reason for being? In Firedance... more