Around is Forward: The Productivity Cycle Behind Extraordinary Results by Filipa Canelas: A system to reach high levels of productivity every day. In Around is Forward, Filipa highlights the 5 Phases of the Productivity Cycle, leading you to extraordinary results over a short period. From Planning, Organizing, Producing, Managing, and Upgrading, Around is Forward is the blueprint.
Survival Medicine & First Aid by Beau Griffin: Want to keep yourself and your loved ones alive in case of a disaster? Make sure you arm yourself with this invaluable knowledge when medical emergencies arise, in a world that will be turned upside down.
How To Say No To Kids by Sage Lively: We’ve all been there or done it – a child with watery eyes, begging for something they really want but can’t have now. And when a parent says ‘no,’ – the drama starts. Parenting is hard. But you can master it if you put in an effort. This guide will help you boost your parenting skills, understand your child better and deepen your bond.
Public Speaking Confidence: Personalized Training on Public Speaking by Kristopher Stanley: Public Speaking Confidence is a book designed to help you become the best version of yourself. Overcome anxiety, doubt and fear by learning new methods to tackle old problems. After reading it you will not only be able to deliver a great speech, you’ll also be able to build better connections with those around you.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy by The Mentor Bucket: In this powerful book, the author walks you through his personal experiences of denial, hopelessness and how proven CBT methods worked in mitigating the intrusive thoughts that fueled his anxiety and depression. The author’s journey through CBT was not easy in the beginning, but he learned, walked the path, and healed. You can too.
The Gift of a Stolen Youth by Tihana Babic: After a happy childhood, growing up and attending school in Croatia and Australia, everything changed for high school student Tihana Babic in 2003 when, after four years of mysterious symptoms, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. In The Gift of a Stolen Youth, she shares her journey in the hope that it will inspire others.
Yes You Can: Canning 101 Book by UCookFine Studio: A brand new title by UCookFine studio teaching you how to can – not how to follow the steps from the recipe books as other editions may do! Prepare for 120 super useful pages on everything you always wanted to know about canning but were afraid to ask.
Steady As She Goes by John Molloy: This delightful book is a must for the avid reader. It takes you back to the late 1950s when a young man joins the Irish merchant navy. His voyages for the next four years will take him across the oceans of the world, join him in his adventures and share his great experiences. Meet the beautiful and vivacious Japanese girl Hiroko, and fall in love.
What in the World Are We Eating? by Temitope Sonuyi: What’s all the fuss about eating animals? Is it just radical propaganda, or are there real significant effects when we choose to put meat on our menus? That’s what this book explores in a simple and practical way.
Roads to Meaning and Resilience With Cancer by Morhaf Al Achkar: A young general practitioner with lung cancer searches for answers to my existential struggle. He facilitates conversations about some of life’s big questions with 39 others with the same diagnosis, hoping that by developing language to explain our struggles as cancer patients others can understand us better and with that also better understand themselves.
Gallery Confidential: Confessions of an Art Dealer by Steven Maier: Steven Maier shares his hair-raising and often hilarious stories from his 40+ years as an art dealer to the stars and to the not-so-starry. From Janet Jackson to Anthony Quinn, from Dali to Picasso, he’s seen it all and shares his true-life encounters and rollicking adventures in a no-holds-barred expose.
The Addiction Manifesto by JR Weaver: 48 Hour Free Ebook Promotion! 2020 International Book Awards finalist for Addiction & Recovery. Download this real-life amazing comeback story. We cannot deny the pure devastation that drugs and alcohol have done to our lives. Addiction wants our souls after it has used and abused us. But a strong recovery program gives us another opportunity at living life.
The Boys of East Hartford (Granddaddy’s Secrets for Sports Lovers Book 1) by Dan Blanchard: If they don’t find a way to play better than they’ve ever played before, they risk going back broken to a lack-luster life in an old factory town that is fading. If they do the unthinkable, they may somehow pull off the biggest upset in Connecticut football history as the new State Champs. It is possible when everyone believes in the impossible!
Raising Backyard Chickens by Emma Nora: Discover how to raise your chicken in your backyard hassle-free and in a simple step-by-step way. Start eating fresh eggs that are nutritious and full of energy for life. This book will aim to get you started in raising backyard chicken for beginners.
Expand Your Vision: How to Gain Clarity, Courage, and Confidence by Dr. Lynn F. Hellerstein: Most limit their vision. Your vision does not limit you. Expand Your Vision: How to Gain Clarity, Courage, and Confidence illustrates that the impossible is possible. With Dr. Hellerstein’s new way to look at your world and life through a new lens, you will be ready to meet yourself and receive visualizations for miracles to come.
Humans of Climate Change by Kaden Hogan: Climate change communication typically involves endless citing of numbers and reports which makes the topic abstract, distant, and impersonal. The book will take the readers on a journey around the world to explore different cultures and climate change impact from a personal and local perspective.
How My Disastrous Teenage Love Life Will Get You Your Dream Job by Andrew Osayemi: Know someone who has finished university/college and finding it hard to get a well-paid job? If yes, you must get them this book! Through entertaining stories, the author (a recruitment expert & Netflix TV Show creator) shares humorous tales from his teenage years, where through rejections in love, he learned everything needed to get a dream job!
PTSD: Frozen in Time by Ann E. Laurie: I never thought my meds would stop working, but after 25 years, they did — and all my symptoms returned. The trauma energy that flooded me in childhood, when I could neither fight nor flee, remained within. From shamans and energy healers to trauma-releasing exercises, these are my adventures in releasing trauma energy with non-traditional methods.
Optimal Model for Calculating Cost of Lack of Organizational Excellence by Dr. Abraham Huli: This book presents a model and formulas for calculating costs while examining the influence of all functions of the business organization on “Lack of Excellence/Poor Quality” and its cost. The book exhibits 6 major groups of business organizations, which integrate and affect the organization’s Profit & Loss report and Cost per Operation reports.
Whispers and Wailings by Khan Mosleh: The book Whispers and Wailings is based on eight years of research. The author, Prof. Khan Mosleh, has lived and taught in various countries in the Middle East since January 1, 2012. In this long journey, he has come into contact with thousands of Bangladeshi immigrant workers and heard from them the tragic history of their lives.
Write Write Write by Daniel Martin Eckhart: If a life in screenwriting is what you’re contemplating, learn about the mad world of making films. Eckhart, a professional screenwriter for twenty years, shares his tips, tricks and experiences about what matters and what doesn’t – most importantly, how to stay happy and sane through countless collaborative battles and drafts.
Murder USA (Murder Chesapeake: True Crime, Real Killers Book 2) by Ken Rossignol: There are several ways to learn about a murder story. One, as the victim, and as any true killer will tell you, dead men tell no tales. Then, from the killer, who doesn’t like to talk too much. The prosecutors put a lot of spin on the story, as do the defense attorneys – each for their reasons. The best telling of murder is here from the reporter.
A Beginner’s Guide to Releasing Trapped Emotions (Going Deeper Book 1) by Chariss K. Walker: For beginners, Reiki Master/ Teacher Chariss K. Walker shares over 30-years of experience in this detailed personal growth self-help book that teaches Applied Kinesiology and how to release your trapped emotions and old baggage from the past. Past hurts and pains can keep you burdened and stuck. Learn to release it! Let go so it can let go of you.
Ketogenic Cleanse in 20 Minutes (Wellness Series Book 1) by Krysten Harlow: ”Informative and well explained… a good manual for all beginners of the Keto diet.” Stay in ketosis — not the kitchen! Health can be yours today… Looking for the perfect ketogenic cleanse? Start reading an easy-to-follow, no-nonsense regimen that will get you fit and allow you to continue enjoying your meals today.
Happier Thinking by Lana Grace Riva: A short collection of tips and exercises to help take care of your mental well-being. “The chapters are short and sweet, filled with examples to drive her points home, and easy to follow.” – 5 Star Amazon Review
Red Delight: Liverpool’s 150 Greatest Matches by David Plumbley: Relive 150 of Liverpool Football Club’s best matches, including spectacular team performances, epic battles, impossible comebacks, and personal feats of glory. This book will be your go-to when you need a refresher, or learn about the glorious history. Each match details what happened with context and descriptions, followed by trivia facts.
Crazy True Tales by Adam Douglas: Containing over 150 crazy tales, this book shows us how real life is crazier than fiction. So settle yourself down to laugh at the mishaps and missteps of your fellow human being from history up to the present. With people this dumb, you begin to wonder how the human race ever reached the top of the evolutionary pile.
Many Million Dreams Ago by Dre Carlan: What’s love feel like? “The stars whirl up in the heavens above. The planet spins on its axis like it wants to tip over and spill into the nothingness that surrounds it. Everything is beautiful and sunshine is everywhere. Then; the withdrawals. Shivers and shakes, the heart races and aches and all the while, we endure these things alone.” —Chapter 2
Introduction to R Programming (201 Non Fiction Series Book 9) 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.
Own Your Rhythm by Heather Speth: With a new approach to women’s empowerment, Heather Speth’s new release “Own Your Rhythm” abandons the traditional western model of androcentric productivity. Heather’s natural process to “Unleash the Power of Feminine Cycles” gives women the knowledge and power to dominate in any market.
Mindful Parenting by Patricia Turner: The goal of this book is to assist parents with facts about what to expect when they start out on this journey to teach their children mindfulness. This book takes you through step-by-step to explain what mindfulness is and how you can apply this to teach your children to experience the world fully with all their senses.