Leveling Up (Leveling Up Series Book 1) by J Hopkin: In this easy-to-understand personal finance book, you’ll discover: how to better manage money and take control of your spending habits, how to understand your credit and interest debts, and straightforward strategies to pay off debt fast! This book comes with a 90-day personal finance challenge with a detailed financial workout.
The Art of Senior Dating by Ravina M Chandra: Tired of traveling alone? Sick of cooking for one? Whether you’re single on purpose, or recently solo, it’s tough making friends or navigating the dating world. The Art of Senior Dating shows how to make simple, sustainable lifestyle changes then guides you into the relationship you desire. A 12-week step-by-step program is included in this book.
YSE Cookery School Recipe Collection by Murray Slinn: This is not your average cookbook! Containing 200 carefully-selected recipes to transform your kitchen creations and comes to life with 100 exclusive cookery video demonstrations typically reserved for registered students. If you’re ready to discover the secrets to creating and presenting world-class cuisine, then this book is for you!
Aspects of History: Issue Two by Oliver Webb-Carter: Aspects of History is the new magazine and website dedicated to history and historical fiction. Our second issue contains an exclusive interview with Robert Tombs, which addresses the history of Britain in and out of Europe. The magazine also features pieces by Simon Sebag Montefiore, Ben Kane and Daisy Dunn.
Sway by John Thibault: Frustrated by politics, and you don’t think there’s a way to make a difference? Discover how there really is an easier way. Get a quick overview of the process that you can use to fix broken laws and radically improve the world. You can find a way to move forward to begin to improve your community, influence the country, and impact the world.
Training Guide For New German Shepherd Owners by Helen Sutherland: Everything you’ll need to know – from bringing your puppy home to communicating with them – you can find in this complete guide to owning and caring for a new German Shepherd. You will discover the need-to-know facts about German Shepherds that will help you understand these special dogs and why German Shepherds are one of the most popular breeds in the world.
Parenting Teens With Science by Ali Junaid: Parenting Teens with Science is easy to follow with its three stages. It simplifies advances in social science research on parenting to bring fresh thinking to the reader. Readers are walked through on how to diagnose and treat the three most prominent challenges that parents of teenagers face including disrespect, abuse and lack of motivation.
Make Space to Lead: Break Patterns to Find Flow and Focus on What Matters by Tutti Taygerly: If you’ve ever felt burned out and unsatisfied in your work life, it’s imperative to make space to find what truly fulfills you. From her 22 years’ experience in tech including her last job at Facebook, design leader, Tutti Taygerly shows readers how you can design your best lives using the design process of research, ideation, and taking action.
The 9 Best Hidden Gem Vacation Spots In The USA To Add To Your Travel Bucket List by Jim Conti: Are you longing to go on a vacation somewhere in the USA but don’t know where to go? Have you been stressed out and feel that you need a well-deserved break? It’s time for you to discover beautiful beaches, fascinating museums, breathtaking state parks and other incredible historical places. Don’t miss out on these unforgettable experiences!
The Repentant Racist by Mike Mulhern: A history of evolving racial attitudes in the US from colonial times till the present, with reference to my own personal unfolding from racist to a person of tolerance and compassion. Assisting me with that transformation were actual slaves who shared their life experiences with me.
You Can’t Have My Money!: A 6-Step Guide to Grow Tax-Free Wealth and Retirement Income by Paxton S. Finnegan: There are exciting new methods for investors of any age/wage/education bracket to maximize the potential of their current income for retirement planning while minimizing the amount they have to pay to the omnipresent and insatiable taxman. Everything from mortgage payments to life insurance can prepare us for the best possible investment growth.
Positive Psychology (501 Non-Fiction Series Book 1) by Hicham and Mohamed Ibnalkadi: This book is part of a series that includes MBA Core & Elective coursework taught at prestigious universities like Harvard and Wharton. The series consists of Core & Elective courses that stemmed from more than ten years of professional experience in Wall Street and Startups. The elective courses introduce Machine Learning, Python, Cryptocurrencies, R language, and more.
Communicate Effectively: Dos and Don’ts by Jay Kohler: Communication is the key to success in every sphere of life. Many times, we lose out on incredible opportunities because we are not great at communicating. In this book, you will learn how to communicate at work, with family and friends, opposite gender, and socially.
Roads to Meaning and Resilience With Cancer by Morhaf Al Achkar: This is a compelling book by an author who is wearing multiple hats – as a doctor, an academic, a lung cancer advocate, and ultimately, a patient himself. Dr. Alachkar’s knowledge-based, yet deeply personal and relateable book will give you a variety of viewpoints on questions like the meaning of life, finding hope in a terminal diagnosis, building resilience, and much more!
Package Never Received: A to Z Tips to Successfully Get Your Order by Abby Harper: Buying things on Amazon is second nature to many people, and that’s ok, but many of us make purchases without much thought about the logistics. This book aims to equip you with all the knowledge you need to transact on Amazon without any problems; or know what to do if issues do arise.
The Splintered Doll by Nicki Grace: Life can be cruel, especially when you come from a family as sick and twisted as mine. Suffering through abuse, lies, and hate isn’t easy, but I’ll survive. Because if I don’t, I’m taking a few of them with me.
I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry by Susie Kelly: The much-loved travel author’s story of moving from gray post-war England to colorful, vibrant Kenya. Filled with loving characters from Nan, to her beloved pony Cinderella, to loving Colonists who share their home with a sad little girl, this is a beautifully-written memoir. You will laugh through your tears and sob through your chuckles.
Happy Here and Now: Lasting Happiness You Can Count On by Matt Tracy: Happiness is a skill that can be learned, not something you’re born with. Happy Here and Now teaches you that skill, in straightforward language with real-life examples. Then it shows you how to make happiness a habit in your life.
The Architectural Studio by Gilead Duvshani: Learn how to create an architectural project through two main processes: the emotional-creative reasoning as a foundation for developing the architectural project, together with its integration into its surroundings.
9 Proven Power Hacks to Live Your Most Successful Life by Renee Dominguez: 9 Power Hacks To Live Your Most Successful Life is a workbook designed to challenge your ways of thinking. Be prepared and excited for some amazing game-changing success habits that you are going to implement within the next 30 days. This is a guide to help you destroy your limiting beliefs.
Flavour with Benefits: France by Cathy Connally & Charley Best: Would you like to escape on a romantic journey to France? Your ticket is between the covers of Flavour with Benefits: France. Take a charming circuitous road trip with the authors, visit the Champagne region, Provence and experience traditional and iconic takes on food. Read stories of intrepid women who are giants in their industries. Free today.
My First Webpocalypse Boxed Set by John Rhea: 5 reasons NOT to grab this free boxed set: 1. You support the zombie apocalypse. 2. You believe boredom should be part of all quality HTML, CSS, and Usability books. 3. You prefer zombies to people. 4. You’re looking for a cure for your insomnia. Web development books worked in the past. 5. You don’t want to add valuable skills to your resume.
The Magic Words and the 12 Steps: We Are All Recovering From Something by Jon & Laura Lovgren: Crawling out of the gutter, picking ourselves up, and stepping back into life has given us experience and understanding of what it takes to rise to a successful, happy and peaceful life. We explain in detail how to use the 12-step program and ho’oponopono in our everyday life to heal deeper memories that hold us back.
The Secrets of Value Investing You Need to Know by JD Rams: Turn your $500 investment into $30,000+ in a year or less by exploiting this little-known value investing technique. A life of success and freedom awaits you on the other side of this book. The knowledge I gained through my years of experience in value investing is sprinkled across these pages to help you achieve the life of your dreams.
Understanding the Virgo in Your Life by Prisha Singh: See the Virgo in your life through an entirely new lens of cosmic, evolutionary understanding and learn to manage their tough qualities while bringing out the best in your relationship, whether it be personal or professional in nature. Forget everything you know about astrology – discover a new way of interpreting the scales and watch the stars align!
The Only Options Trading Book You Will Ever Need by Kendrick Fernandez: Do you want to learn options but are worried that it’s too complicated? If yes, then keep reading! This trading guide and working is intended for beginners. It’s ideal for those who are investors and want to get started in options trading. The guide simplifies all the options trading concepts and illustrates them with workbook-style examples.
Spine-Chilling Murders in Iowa (Spine-Chilling Murders Book 5) by Nick Vulich: Murder, madness, and the macabre in Iowa? You’ve got to be kidding! When most people think about Iowa, their minds conjure up pigs, cornfields, and crotchety old farmers. But ax murders, mass killings, and ghostly sightings. Those atrocities are reserved for big cities like Chicago or LA, not a little burg like Villisca, Iowa – population 2,000.
Perseverance Power Strategies: Persistence and Tenacity When You Need It Most by Sancho Sortoviro: It’s easy to start something new. The challenge is to persist through difficulty and discouragement. You need practical, easily adaptable methods to keep you focused and driven when setbacks delay your progress. Everyone can learn to overcome obstacles to their success. This book shows you how to push past resistance in pursuit of your goal.