- Harriet's Voice: A Writing Mother's Journey
by Katherine Hauswirth
- Whispers of Love: Daily Talks With God About Your Friends
by William Craig Iii
- "Souled Out"! A former Madam turns her back on the sex trade and breaks her silence.
by Tania Fiolleau
- Will Someone Please Adopt Me
by Carollyne Fitzgerald
- The Unmotivated Collection
by David Stoddard
- Troubled Teens
by Lindsay Mc Intyre
- Hello, God, Remember Me?
by Dian Ramsey
- Notes From a Dreamer ... on Dreaming: A Personal Journey in Dream Interpretation
by Bobbie Ann Pimm
- Unsolicited Advice---And What Not To Do: A Guide for Avoiding Pitfalls that will ruin Your Life and Future
by Jerry Johnson
- Dao Artistry by Jorge Delara
by Jorge Delara
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- When Tomorrow Starts Without Me
- by Lori Plegge
Most people who have lost a child write books about how to cope with the child’s death. Author Lori Plegge has taken a different perspective on losing a child. Instead of writing about how to cope with the death of a child, she has decided to write a story about her son’s life. When Tomorrow Starts Without Me is a true story about the life and death of a young man named Anthony. No matter how hard Lori tried to raise Anthony right, he made some bad choices in his life and those bad choices led to his death. When Tomorrow Starts Without me is not just a sad story about the death of a 19 year old boy but it also tells you funny childhood stories along with some near death experiences Anthony had. Even though the loss of a child is a very tragic thing, Lori has managed to take that tragedy and turn it into something positive to help others.
- No Hope? Know Hope! A Healing Journey
- by Nikki Rosen
"Just like moons and suns, with certainty of tides,
Just like hopes springing high,
Still I'll rise."
I knew how to fight. And I knew how to survive. My focus was on getting through one day to the next and getting there alive. It never dawned on me I could be free or happy. But even in the darkest moments, I felt it, a hunger to experience life and be fully connected, not in brokenness, but in passion, adventure, excitement and love.
Hope made the difference. Hope that pushed back despair.
From surviving to thriving!
The journey to be free!
From the Author of In the Eye of Deception & Dancing Softly
- I Did It, You Can Too
- by Jack Russell
Growing up Jack was torn between families. One family was down to earth, God fearing Christian folks that were honest, hard working and involved in Law enforcement. The other family, including his mother, had a total disregard for the law and was involved in organized crime that included dealing drugs, counterfeit money, gambling etc...
Learn what side Jack chose to follow and what he did with his opportunities. You will find the things he did incredible, cheating death time and time again. More importantly while beating the odds see who he became and the lives he has changed.
This is truly a story of inspiration to everyone that is "lost" and feels that change for the better cannot happen to them.
- Water Equals You
- by Sandra Verley
People around the world are concerned about water. Water Equals You will not only connect the dots between what has transpired and what we believe is water, but the author will also introduce you to the next era of drinking water. She shows you how people around the globe are coping with pollution and its results. She shares with her readers what to look for in this new era of ionized water technologies. You will learn that ionized technologies have long surpassed all others world-wide. She warns the public, commercial entities and Health Boards of the dangers lurking in this new industry with some less credible copycats in the era of water ionization and pollution.
Hydration is key to health. Who would have thought that something so simple as water would become such an amazing revolution and be the actual key to most people's good health?
Sandi Verley opens the eyes of her readers to the importance pH plays in regards to the human body as she highlights the myths created pertaining to water. She shares with you the relevance of living water in your body and most importantly, your bodies’ inability to effectively communicate without it. Water Equals You has been written based on life after massive pollution vs. education written before pollution, and based on the new era of ionized water. She will show you and those you love what to look for in ionized technologies.
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- Entering the Age of Elegance: A Rite of Passage & Practical Guide for the Modern Maturing Woman
- by Chloe Jon Paul
“Thanks to Chloe Jon Paul, women finally have a practical guide to planning their fabulous journey into their Age of Elegance. Pack your bag and travel wisely and well as a maturing modern woman. You won’t find a better road map anywhere to help you through the sometimes confusing labyrinth of second adulthood. Give this book to friends, family, and even the men in your life. Let them travel with you. You will be glad you did.”
-Dr. Dorree Lynn, Psychologist, Media Personality, Founder/Editor of www.FiftyandFurthermore.com
Thirty-eight million baby boomer women have already entered the Age of Elegance, which is a new stage of life with a new identity. More will follow; yet many of these 40+ women are making this journey without any real advance planning. Many of them don’t even think of themselves as “elegant” but this transition into the second half of their lives can take place with style and grace.
Now think F-A-S-T: *format *approach *style *tempo
These are the key elements which make this book original. It is written as a travel guide filled with valuable information that will whet the reader’s appetite to explore resources in detail on the topics featured in the book. The Table of Contents provides such curiosity-evoking subtitles as Change Your “Oil Filter, The FGA Quotient, The F-Word You Need to Use, The 10 Commandments of Aging Motherhood, and Think MSN, Beyond Support Pantyhose, and Just heard It through the Grapevine.
The author has networked with more than 25 leading women’s organizations across the nation and feedback on the book has been overwhelmingly positive.