A Beginner’s Guide to Visualization: Tips to See Clearly by Chariss K. Walker: A guide for beginners that easily explains how to visualize. This book gives the basics and uses personal examples that the author has used to enhance her own personal and spiritual growth. If you are new to visualization or have had trouble in the past, this book is for you!
Being Authentic: A Memoir by Morhaf Al Achkar: Our existence is fragile. I learned that in many intricate ways, so I do not take today for granted. I do not know what tomorrow will bring. I do not even know if tomorrow will come. The fragility of our life made me want to be authentic. Therefore, I am writing this memoir to be authentic — we become our true selves when we author who we are.
Coin for a Dream: Stories from My Early Years by Mae Adams: Mae Adams, the author of her spellbinding life story “Precious Silver Chopsticks,” presents a book of short stories “Coin for a Dream” from her early years in Korea. The monks with flapping minds, tofu peddlers, evil spirits, wrestling goblins, deadly dancing shamans, singing lepers of Sorok Island and many others will greet you with open arms.
World Food & Drinks Trivia: A Salivating Global Journey of Trivia Questions by Rex Moss: Are you passionate about World cuisine and would you like to test your recipe knowledge through Asia, Europe, Africa, North America, South America, and Australia? Then embark on a salivating journey of recognizing/naming dishes through six continents of the globe. Here are the right game questions for your next foodie after-dinner game. Enjoy!
Conquer the Road: RV Maintenance for Travelers by Margo Armstrong: “This is a great book for beginning do-it-yourselfers (like myself). A lot of overview about basic things, so you know you are doing the right process. It’s a guide more than a how-to book and includes proper procedures to maintain and handle your sewer system, troubleshooting the water heater, refrigerator, furnace, etc.” ~Amazon Customer
Mindfull Parent: Parenting with the Brain in Mind by Elizabeth Noske: A parent’s guide for raising happy, cooperative, and well-adjusted children. The neuroscience of their development explained. It helps parents and carers onto the path to genuinely enjoying each and every day. Any carer of a 2–12-year-old should read this book… it’s the manual they’ve been wishing came with the child! The ultimate gift…
What College Doesn’t Teach You About Getting A Job by Charlie Drozdyk: When it comes to getting a good job, all bets are off. There are no rules. Applying on job boards like Indeed.com is not going to get you in the door. You must do things differently. If you don’t know how to network, cold call, write catchy cover letters and resumes and say the right things in interviews, then you are toast. Read the book.
Taboo Knowledge: What Leaders of Science, Religion, & Politics Don’t Want You to Know by Stephen Hawley Martin: Do you know who you are — really and truly are? Likely not because that information is taboo. Why is it? Many in power don’t want you to know. They’d lose power and you’d become empowered. Read this book and see for yourself. It explains who and what the self is in each of us — and much more, including how to use this taboo knowledge to self-actualize.
Pressure Cooker Cookbook: 370 Irresistible, Quick, and Easy Recipes for Everyone by Vanessa Olsen: This gigantic cookbook provides you with a whopping 370 recipes and lots of helpful tips and advice! You will find amazing recipes like Huevos Rancheros, Teriyaki Chicken, Shredded BBQ Pork, Cheese-Stuffed Hamburgers, Salisbury Steak, Steamed Crab Legs, Marsala Potatoes, and Fudgy Brownies. Say hello to a world of quick, tasty, and healthy meals!
The Secret of Life: Accept It, Embrace It, Discover Pure Joy by Stephen Hawley Martin: Knowing the secret of life will bring joy and cause fears to fade, and yet it’s easy to understand and will seem obvious, though shocking, to those who read this book with an open mind. When enough people know the secret, the world will become a better place because it will bring us all together. Don’t wait. Now is the time to discover the secret.
Eat to Prevent and Control Disease: How Superfoods Can Help You Live Disease Free by La Fonceur: Do you know your medicines might make you ill? This book tells how you can reduce your dependence on medicines. Research scientist and registered pharmacist La Fonceur will tell you how superfoods can naturally control and prevent disease. How can you build your body in such a way that you do not need medications even in your 40s, 50s, 60s, or 70s?
Roads to Meaning and Resilience with Cancer by Morhaf Al Achkar: The book tells the stories of 39 patients with incurable lung cancer. It aims to help patients, families, and healthcare providers understand the experience of living with cancer. It invites reflections on the questions of meaning, resilience, and coping with adversity in life. The author is a family doctor and stage 4 lung cancer patient himself.
True Crime Files Anthology: Volumes 1, 2 and 3 by Stephen McGrann: Read all three of the True Crime Case Files books in a single anthology. Free for one day only! Includes stories such as “Did This Cop Murder His Partner?” and “John Wayne Gacy”.
What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?: A Casual Guide for Clients by Benjamin Ließmann: An interesting trip into the world of cognitive behavioral therapy – one of the most widespread psychotherapies worldwide. The author, Benjamin Ließmann, German CBT therapist, presents many therapeutic ideas of it’s history, like shame attack, assertiveness training, cognitive restructuring, or ACT. Previous book title: “Walk the banana!”
The Secret to Everything: How to Live More and Suffer Less by Neel Burton: Self-help, with a twist. The Secret to Everything has been known to mystics for millennia. Each of the chapters exposes a particular aspect and practical application of the Secret, while also keeping it carefully under wraps. Your challenge: To find the common thread that runs through all the chapters.
Take Command of Your Total Health: A Woman’s Guide to Fearless Aging by Donna Markussen: You Can Reverse Disease, Gain More Energy, Increase Mental Clarity and Nourish Your Body From The Inside-Out! Obtain optimal women’s health through whole foods nutrition, positive lifestyle interventions, information about functional medicine, and self-care secrets. Don’t Fear Aging!
The Echoes of Babylon: The Rise and Fall of Three Great Republics by Michael Hastings: Three great empires: Rome, Britain, America. Who rises, who falls, and why is explored in this work of comparative history by Michael Hastings. There are amazing similarities between these empires, but also differences. Will America go the way of Rome? Read on…
Earn More Save More Invest More: How to Conquer Personal Finance by Corey Boucher: Your choices about money can change your life! Whether you’re a college graduate, or an adult who has decided it’s finally time to get your finances in order, Corey Boucher can help. This easy to understand book uses three case studies to show how you can greatly improve your financial situation by earning more, saving more, and investing more.
Checkout: The Step-by-Step, 7C Method to Build a Dominant Ecommerce Brand by Neil Verma: In Checkout: The eCommerce Branding Book, Neil Verma, an eCommerce entrepreneur, introduces the 7C Method, which is not just another growth hack; it’s a holistic brand strategy that eliminates guesswork, optimizes resources, and gives you back your time. Stop micromanaging your business and focus on scaling it. But first, you need a brand.
Putting the Pieces Together: A Mother’s Journey: Our Story of an Autism Diagnosis by Kimberly M. Caggiano: A heartwarming story packed with valuable information and insight to help families recently diagnosed or approaching an autism diagnosis. This book is a compilation of research and information that discusses the day-to-day struggles and victories experienced as a family. Discover tips, strategies, and ideas designed to support you on your journey.
Broken Bread: A Gastronomic Journey Into Healing by Colette Ledoux: As a bread loving, all-things-carb-laden-gluten-addict, food had always been a dependable soother for an anxious mind. With lots of work and the courtesy of time, thankfully, Colette learned to adapt her mindset to a new reality when she was diagnosed with celiac disease. Broken Bread is part memoir, part cookbook, and a dash of humor.
Simple and Refreshing Drinks (Trying Out Vegan Book 3) by Amanda Leeber: Simple & Refreshing Drinks gives you the recipes you need to lose the dairy & alcohol and enjoy more vibrant & delicious drinks throughout your day. Great baby shower or hostess gift and party gift idea. The perfect helper for your teens and tweens party or alcohol-free guests. A thoughtful resource that designated drivers will love.