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  • Musing Aloud, Allowed

    by Sherna Spencer
    Musing Aloud, Allowed, is a collection of 40 poems which gives voice to contemporary social, cultural and political issues, including poems which provide a vivid picture of the immigrant experience and a recollection of Jamaican life and history. These poems engage the readers, gripping their imagination and senses in every line. The author skillfully weaves humor, advice hope and inspiration throughout the collection and encourages the reader to continue contemplating, Aloud.
  • The Tale of Greedy Reeby

    by Lesley D. Nurse
    The Tale of Greedy Reeby is a fun read for toddlers on the topics of friendships, self - respect and self - esteem. The Tale of Greedy Reeby is about a little girl named Reeby who is charming and quite popular. It's the day of her birthday and she learns that she has to share the spotlight with another classmate. This makes Reeby very unhappy and unwilling to do so. In the end there will be a party, but the question is who will be there? Will Reeby still have a great birthday party? Or will it b... more
  • Why Dogs Are

    by Tana Thompson
    God uses a dog to teach a very special child some very special lessons.
  • Understanding the Benefits of Mankind

    by Jimi Akanbi
    In Understanding the Benefits of Mankind, Jimi Akanbi discusses seven crucial principles from God’s perspective: money, marriage, time, sex, power, materials and life. These seven principles given to man by God can become curses if misapplied. Jimi shows you how to align your ways with God by following these seven principles. Life can be a battle, millions of people around the world struggle on a daily basis, but with the help of this book, people who are struggling can see the light at th... more
  • To Hold the Sun

    by Chas Watkins
    The book outlines the experiences of a young, poor, and disillusioned reporter who is enticed to do a series of articles about Paul, an unconventional philosopher and motivational speaker. In exchange, he gets to travel to and dive on Roatan, arguably one of the most beautiful, pristine islands in the Caribbean. Through a series of interviews, the reporter gets to know Paul's innermost philosophies. He learns an alternate way of living from a man who strives to perfect handstands on a dock and p... more

    by Peter Shelby
    A young woman (Leila) recognizes from a young age that she has exceptional spiritual ability. She joins a group of powerful spiritual leaders (Paragons) who help her develop her special powers. During this time she meets with a man who is her soul mate who unfortunately falls foul of a group of political leaders who are trying to implement a plan to robotize the population of the galaxy. Leila has to develop a very strong character, using skills she develops in the Arete Foundation. The adventur... more
  • Reflections

    by Emily Madill
    In Reflections, Emily Madill reflects on some 'aha moments' and shares what she has learned while pursuing her dreams. From the author: I hope the articles in this book will inspire you to believe in yourself, and provide comfort and encouragement along the path to your dreams. We all share a common thread and each of us has a worthy gift to share with the world. What's your gift? Emily Madill.
  • Our Curious World of Mirror Images: Reflections on How Symmetry Frames Our Universe, Empowers the Creative Process and Provides

    by Titus Joseph
    From ancient philosophy to the big bang, quantum physics, and cosmology, Titus Joseph takes us on a mind-stretching journey through time and space to unveil a new law that explains how all things come into existence through the curious symmetries found everywhere in nature. This exciting new model of the universe draws on concepts from ancient philosophy and weaves together quantum mechanics with relativity, through the observable symmetries found in nature. "Our Curious World of Mirror Imag... more
  • No Slam Dunk

    by Ken Abraham
    New York Times' best-selling author Ken Abraham takes readers on a journey back in time to when nearly every aspect of life was segregated by race during the era of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. “No Slam Dunk” is the powerful true story of how an unlikely friendship between two boys – one white and one black – changed hearts in a rural Tennessee town forever.
  • I'll Settle for Love (The Trampled Rose Series Book 3)

    by Michelle Lynn Brown
    Leanne grew up under the steady trickle of the harsh and belittling words of her critical mother, in the shadow of her sisters’ perfection, and under the weight of a dark secret. With her self-confidence all but eroded, and her head hanging down, she is surprised when Mike McKinley notices her. With every kind word, Mike erases a little pain from her past, and for the first time, she feels as if she is standing on firm ground. But seven years into their marriage, she realizes that her foundation... more
  • Timeless Wisdom: Quotations from East & West

    by Hazem Kira
    Never before have the open secrets of both East and the West been so close to one’s fingertips. Huddled in the forthcoming pages are not token authors from the “other” side of the world, but a balanced collection of unearthed gems to be found in any one quote book. Ideas born from both halves of our diminutive planet by the world’s greatest thinkers—warriors, philosophers, poets, academics, saints, and prophets alike—who reflect, with us in tow, on such subjects as the nature of time, love, mora... more
  • Messages from the Father, ISBN: 978-1-4575-1464-7

    by Norman Reuter
    This book gives people a much better idea of WHO God is and how He wants to relate to each of us in a very personal way. There are so many 'religions' out there that tend to confuse us with their practices and various beliefs. This book gives clarity to what a relationship with God should be like and how it should work on a daily basis.
  • A Man Like God: As He Is So Are We

    by James Craig
    The introduction of men to the man God created and the perversion of that man represented in men today. This book will introduce men to the man they are, and transform them into the man God created them to be.
  • Win No Matter What: A Guide to Hyping Up Your Life

    by Nihar Suthar
    Whether we like it or not, our daily life routine can quickly turn into a repetitive mechanical process of dullness. When we go to school, work, or practice, do we actually engage 100 percent in the activities that we decide to take on? Well, probably not. The reason for this is simple: our level of engagement in an activity is constantly influenced by mood, attitude, and the staggering number of people that we interact with throughout the day. In other words, the terrible trio-mood, attitude, a... more
  • Change your Layer ..Change your Life

    by Mari Rose
    This book is written to help understand how consciousness works. By re-disciplining the mind to experience a new perception and see anything less than love. The message in: Change your Layers...Change your life will stick with you. The tools will allow the emotional body to create the space for something new. A rebirth on the emotional level.
  • The Best is Yet to Come

    by Tara R. Alemany
    After 12 years of living alone as a single parent, she hadn't expected to find love again. She'd pretty much given up on the idea... So, when Frank unexpectedly came into her life, the result of an errant e-mail, he turned her world upside down. Four months later, his unexpected death brought it to a crashing halt. Join Tara on her journey as she shares the story of their time together and, more importantly, the lessons she learned as she rode waves of unanticipated love and grief to ultimat... more