Rainbow Diner by Astrid Arlen: Dad comes out in New York and crushes on Captain Kirk. Mother takes the kids to protests and to the nude beach in California. Rainbow Diner is the sometimes sad and often comical memoir of an unusual bicoastal childhood of the ‘70s and ‘80s, wherein siblings Astrid and Benny fly between their equally outrageous, polar-opposite parents.
EMOTION the Machinery of Life: The Missing Factors of Happy Relationships by Zsa Zsa Tudos: This little handbook is a useful aid in understanding feelings and interactions with others. Apart from the general idea, it helps with dating through raising emotional intelligence, clearing misconceptions of the clouded mind & provides a strong base for a successful couplehood. Soulmates, twin flames, the one and only & chemistry are explained.
The Art of Being Yay: The OMG NSFW Memoir and Guide to Authentic Joy by Aidan Park: In Comedian Aidan Park’s funny one-of-a-kind empowerment book he recounts scandalous anecdotes from his life and applies empowering thought tools and principles for emotional wellness. Discover how he managed to overcome considerable life struggles by implementing empowerment and Neuro-Linguistic Programming concepts. Foreword by Margaret Cho.
More Days More Dollars: The Universal Bucket Chain 1885 – 1920 by Richard Woodman: In this volume, from 1885 to 1920, Woodman continues his fascinating insight into the development of the merchant navy. By the end of the nineteenth century, the British Merchant Navy had become the world’s largest carrier of people, manufactured goods, and raw materials.
The Gift of Crisis: Finding your best self in the worst of times by Susan Mecca: Psychologist Susan Mecca shares 30+ years of practical strategies and real-life stories to help you navigate the tough times in your life. “A beautifully written book about finding the gold in the crucible of a crisis, written not to just help you find the strength to survive but to thrive.” – Harry H. Harrison Jr., best-selling parenting author.
Montgomery and Alamein (The Crucible of War Book 3) by Barrie Pitt: “Masterly and lucid in its descriptions not only of the fighting and strategy, but of the political machinations” – Sunday Telegraph. Montgomery and Alamein is the third volume of Barrie Pitt’s definitive history of the Desert War.
Countdown to Christmas: 10 Ways to Save Money, Have Fun, and Enjoy a Stress-Free Christmas! by Barb Asselin: Get ready for a stress-free, organized, and fun Christmas this year! Use this 10 step process to organize your holiday planning so you have more time to relax and enjoy the festivities. Comes with free downloadable, printable, PDF planner that includes entertaining, saving money, baking, cooking, shopping, gift planning, event planning, and more!
Lazy Dating: A Nice Girl’s Guide to Effortlessly Finding The One by Olivia M. Lincoln: Single ladies, no more getting pushed to the side & taken for granted. Learn the secrets of Lazy Dating & how to attract the guy who will treat your heart as gold, while having fun! You can still be your kind self while men compete to win your heart. Nice girls win big when they date the lazy way. Learn the secret to multiple proposals! 3 days only! KU.
My Father’s Son: A Memoir by John Davis: “My earliest memory is of a gun.” That gun was in his father’s hand – and it was pointed at his mother’s head. Told with raw honesty and deep emotion, My Father’s Son is a memoir of fear, abuse, survival, and identity.
The Real Deal by Mary Kate Gulick: The Real Deal is a step-by-step guild to build a personal brand and get known for the expertise you’ve built over the last 10 years. If you’re building a coaching, consulting, or professional services brand based on your expertise, and want to be recognized as an authority in your field, this is the book for you.
Garden Potpourri: Gardening Tips from the Easy-Growing Gardening Series by Melinda R. Cordell: Whether you are new to gardening or simply an experienced gardener who wants to learn more, Garden Potpourri is a good place to start. This book, a compendium of wisdom from the eleven books in the Easy-Growing Gardening series, is a quick read full of gems for the beginner gardener and more advanced students of the soil.
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.
Hungry for Life: A Memoir Unlocking the Truth Inside an Anorexic Mind by Rachel Richards: In this painfully moving memoir, take a firsthand look at anorexia through the eyes of a young girl. By leading us through her distorted thoughts, she shines a light on the mystery of mental illness. Experience the fascinating and flawed treatment process, and learn the secret that unleashed her will to recover.
Letters from Red Clay Country: Selected Columns by Mark Wallace Maguire by Mark Wallace Maguire: For more than a decade, Mark Wallace Maguire entertained readers across metro Atlanta with his award-winning magazine and newspaper columns. Now, Maguire’s unique wit, wonder and wisdom are available in this selection of his best pieces, “Letters from Red Clay Country.”
Inclusive AF: A Field Guide for Accidental Diversity Experts by Jen O’Ryan: Do your potential customers, clients, and employees see themselves reflected in your company and brand? People are looking for more than taglines or marketing campaigns that say the “right thing”. In Inclusive AF: A Field Guide for Accidental Diversity Experts, Dr. Jen O’Ryan offers a three-part roadmap for anyone thinking about inclusion and diversity in the workplace.
Maybe You Die: The True Story of a Couple Living the All-American Nightmare by Nancy Lee: Nina, a new graduate from fashion design in college, gladly accepts the offer to have her palm read as a graduation gift. Smiling, the palm reader tells Nina that she has a long lifeline. As soon as the words are said, the palm reader’s face turns to one of fear. She whispers, “Break – very bad break in middle of life. Maybe you die.”
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.