Apotheosis Now: Rabbit Hole to the Beyond by Yanhao Huang: Experience reality beyond the mind. Live effortlessly. Expands on teachings from Eckhart Tolle, Sadhguru, Alan Watts, Mooji, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Lao Tzu & Buddha. “As I dove deep into the book, as unnerving as it sounds it broke me bone by bone, left me unsettling for I was shown something beyond my comprehension.” – Online Book Club
Stomping Kittens by Adron Smitley: The long-awaited sequel to Punching Babies by award-winning and best-selling author Adron J. Smitley. Look, nuggets, you wanna know how to plot and write a novel? Then read this book! It teaches you everything you need to know… except for dead-hooker disposal. Stop being stupid and just read it already, gosh! I mean really it’s free for a day!
Your Self-Sufficient Backyard Homestead Garden by Karen Shepley: Do you want to grow fruits and vegetables? Do you want to attract pollinators like bees, butterflies, and birds? If you do both you will have more food to harvest. Or maybe you just want to plant flowers and attract wildlife to your yard. I teach you how and what to plant in my best selling book. Grab it now for free. You will enjoy the read.
“Ken & Barbie” Yeah Right! by J. D. Rush: Most people called them “Ken & Barbie,” but behind closed doors was a different reality. Behind the fit tan bodies, perfect-looking hair, and great smiles, something else was lurking under the surface. The past and the future collided. This is a story of unconditional love, poverty, alcohol abuse, mental illness, sexuality, and faith.
Nonbinary For Beginners by Ocean Atlas: A love letter to nonbinary people and allies. Get validation and talking points. Discover answers to questions you didn’t even know you had – without judgment, shaming, or hundreds of pages to work through. Have more meaningful conversations with your loved ones. If you have curiosity and empathy, this book is for you.
Teaching Your Child To Read by Jayne Beacon: Do you want to help open up a “world of wonder” for a child? You’d be surprised how stress-free an introduction to the world of reading can be. Every page is full of hints, tips, and ideas that will help loving parents and dedicated early years educators give adorable little ones the perfect start in life. One little book really can shape a life…
Powered by People by Carol Schultz: In Powered by People, Carol Schultz walks business owners and leaders through the cultural shift from the outdated ‘cold and unfeeling business’ to the contemporary professional landscape centered around talent. Schultz provides practical tools and examples which demonstrate how communication is at the heart of hiring and retaining employees.
The Stronger Musician: A Drummer’s Guide to Creative Freedom by Frank Cianfagna: Unleash your inner artist. Master essential skills and rock-star technique. Learn to read music like a pro. Become a stronger musician today and hone your talent with this must-have guide that every artist will want at their side.
How to Forgive and Recover From Infidelity by J. W. Louise: Traversing the post-infidelity marriage requires a tremendous amount of patience, determination, and most importantly, the right mindset. If you are ready to be tremendously patient and unflinchingly determined, then this book would show you the way. Don’t give up on your marriage. It really deserves a second chance!
Hospisophy: The Wisdom of the Hospice by Danny Blorian: Filled with emotion, insight, and piercing wisdom, Hospisophy is a rare handbook on how to die and — for those willing to heed the lessons — how to live. Author Danny Blorian spent a decade volunteering at a hospice, bearing witness to the stories of those at the end of their lives. Hospisophy is a selection of the most poignant and illuminating ones.
Narcissistic Abuse and Codependency Recovery by Linda Hill: Codependent and narcissistic people behave differently, but they often have the same needs. In this book, you will find the answers to all your questions about healthy recovery from these relationships and their associated trauma. You will learn how to set boundaries, improve your self-esteem, and discover how you can end the toxic cycle forever.
Cricut (13 Books in 1) by Melissa Ellis: Do you want to become a Cricut pro and create fabulous projects and wow family and friends? Are you looking for an easy-to-follow reference guide to exploit the full potential of your Cricut and its accessories? Thanks to this Cricut bible, you will unleash your inner artist and express your creativity with a wide range of enjoyable craft ideas.
The DASH Diet Cookbook by Ann Claire: With this cookbook, you’ll be able to easily create healthy and tasty meals that will help you lose weight and improve your health. You’ll find over 50 recipes in this book that will make sticking to your diet easy and enjoyable. Whether you’re looking for vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free recipes, we’ve got you covered.
The Effortless Perfection Myth by Caralena Peterson: Many young women on today’s college campuses appear to have it all together, all the time. But many are hiding a secret. Inside, these smart, liberated, high-functioning women are struggling with confidence, body image, hookup culture, and mental health. This book breaks down where the pressures comes from and how to empower ourselves despite them.
ChainMeet to Inspire Forward by Susan R. Welch: In ChainMeet to Inspire Forward: Simple Steps to Boost Your Self-Confidence, Elevate Friendships, and Make a Positive Impact in The World, “Expert Student RealFriend” Susan Welch uncovers the secret power of an ordinary, mundane, everyday activity transformed into a life-impacting soulful inspiration.
Self-Elected: How to Put Justice Over Profit and Soar in Business by Lisa Wise: Part memoir, part business guide, and part manifesto, Self-Elected invites the reader to explore the convergence of social justice and profit. Lisa Wise tells a deeply personal story about being a child left behind and how that beginning, coupled with an intuitive knack for entrepreneurship, evolved into an intense desire to build security for herself and others.
Money Management for Teens (The Successful Mindset Book 1) by Will D. Harris: It all starts with one step, which is building your knowledge on the subject of money. You need to first understand how money works. How it really works. You will discover that it’s not how you’ve always been taught. And don’t worry, sometimes unlearning something is the best way to learn.
A Practical DBT Skills Workbook for Modern Teens & Adolescents by Christopher Edward & Nazih Idrees: You’re undergoing profound changes in your body, facing more challenging ordeals, and feeling deeper emotions, you may not have felt before. With this workbook, you’ll learn to develop useful skills to help you respond better to difficult and stressful experiences.
Hopeful Realism: A Climate Manifesto by Robert MacNeil Christie, PhD: Despite making “green” promises and setting abstract future targets, all major institutions operationally ignore the climate crisis, even as some admit there is a problem. The purpose of this Climate Manifesto is to point out why these far-reaching changes in our environment now require us to take drastic steps, not just as individuals but also as whole societies.
How to Write Your Worst Book Ever by Bradley Charbonneau: 2 challenges, which sounds like more fun? 1) Start someday, end whenever you like, go it alone, and make sure it’s your best book ever. 2) Start November 1 (2022) end November 11 (2022), together with a group, and actually get it done. Oh, have a great time, laugh a lot and make sure it’s your worst book ever. Guess which is more successful? Here’s your invitation.
From Refrigerator Chaos to Keto: Overcoming Food Addiction by Laurie De Camillis: We have been intentionally manipulated into food addiction! The food industry developed affordable and widely available drugs marketed as food. Psychophysicist and market researcher, Howard Moskowitz, coined this phrase, the “bliss point.” Through drawings, reflections, anecdotes, and research, you will learn to lose weight and love food again.
Stranger in a Homeland: A Year in the Land of the Rising Sun by Kyle McCormick: Stranger in a Homeland chronicles one woefully unqualified American’s time spent living and working in Japan. With no money, no plan, and no ability to speak Japanese beyond a handful of phrases half-remembered from childhood anime, adventure and disaster are lying in wait.
First We Must Break by Lauren Jayne: First We Must Break is a page turner that sucks you in from page one and doesn’t let go. You’ll feel like you’re riding shotgun alongside Lauren on her bumpy ride from broken to whole. From a sun-drenched Villa in Tuscany where the cracks in her life become undeniable to an all-night romp through the Pacific Cascades with a virtual stranger…
365 Pages of Self-Discovery by Hagit Elmakiyes: We all strive to connect with ourselves on the deepest level, but we don’t always know how. 365 Days of Self-Discovery will aid your journey of self-care through daily intuitive writing prompts, masterfully designed in the spirit of each of the four seasons.
Emotional Intelligence by Morten Johnson: Get your emotions under control, stop emotional outbursts, and build long-lasting relationships with the people around you! These tried and tested step-by-step methods are guaranteed to help you raise your emotional intelligence.
A Soldier Without a Country by Yasha Hain: Following a hint from a childhood friend, young and motivated Red Army cadet Noske hurries home to help his family escape deportation to the dreaded soviet labor camps. With his father, mother, and younger sister Sarah safe in their secluded summer home, Noske returns to the front line to protect them from the Nazi invasion. Or so he thinks.
Potty Training for Toddlers in 7 Days by Grace Lockhart: Potty train children quickly and confidently in this short read. Worried about potty training and what’s to come? Scared you are underprepared? Well, worry no more, as Grace provides an upbeat, practical, easy-to-follow guide to make life as easy as possible for you and your little one. Potty training has never been so easy!
Crypto Investing Guide by Oscar P.K. Hammer: This guide explains what the world of cryptocurrencies and NFTs is, and how to approach them from scratch. All the basic points are covered. By the end of the book, you will know how to avoid nasty surprises.
How to Heal Toxic Thoughts & Stop Negative Thinking by Michelle Mann: Are you battling with overwhelming toxic thoughts that have a negative impact on your behavior? Would you like to transform your mind, take charge of your beliefs, and ultimately free yourself from intrusive thoughts? Do you want to get your hands on a book that is straightforward, practical, and effective? Great news, this is the book for you!
The Art of Being YOU by Richard Banks: We are all searching for resolutions to the challenges we face. Even if we don’t always communicate it directly, we all want to help ourselves and others and enjoy fuller, more satisfying lives. The Enneagram can shine a light on why and how so many individuals inflict misery upon themselves and others around them.
You Own Your Life: How to Reclaim Yours (The A to Z Book Series) by Noah William Smith: Often in daily life, nothing works out in your favour. To feel better and to feel good about your life, you need to feel like you own your life. When you keep your mind focused on your mission and goals, you keep moving forward. You choose to let setbacks and unhelpful opinions motivate you to remain focused. When life knocks you down, you decide to get back up because your life matters!
Gut Recovery by Tamzin Rissa: Gut Recovery was written (by a woman) from personal experiences with multiple gut health issues over the last 15 years. After doing some research, the author discovered that there are ways to improve your Gut Health organically and thus improve your quality of life. The book is easy to follow and understand.
A Journey of Riches: Motivate Your Life by A Journey of Riches: Is motivation something that is lacking in your life? This book contains the motivational impetus you need! Motivation is something intangible that some people have plenty of while others struggle to find. Yet, it’s a vital cog in the wheel of success and without it, you are destined never to reach the full potential that lurks deep inside.
Herbalism For Beginners by Indie Leaf Press: In a society dependent on Big Pharma, people are now starting to see the importance of self-reliance and look for natural alternatives… If you’ve been interested in using medicinal plants but didn’t know where to start, here’s your beginner’s guide! A practical, comprehensive herbalism crash course compressed into a book.
You’re Too Good to Feel This Bad: An Orthodox Approach to Living an Unorthodox Life by Dr. Nate Dallas: The most comprehensive and concise book on self development you will find today. An entertaining and practical guide for personal growth. This book covers 3 major stages to unlock your best self: Physiology (sleep, breathing, nutrition), psychology (human needs, pattern breaking, mindset, meditation), and life application (work, play, finance, relationships).
Wild Edible Plants in the Mid-Atlantic Region by Shannon Warner: Plenty of food all around you is ready to be harvested and tasted, adding new and exciting flavors to your meals. This book will not only tell you where to look but also help you identify these treats by sight and smell so that you can confidently gather your food without fear. Join the foraging revolution and learn to be a self-sufficient forager.
Forgotten Woman of the Nineteenth Century by Mark Wildermann: Essay and stage play about Margaret Fuller, the most famous woman of the nineteenth century and first American to write a book on equal rights for women, who, at the age of forty, drowned with her husband and son in a shipwreck after reporting under combat conditions on one of history’s greatest military battles, the defense of the Roman Republic.
Water Bath Canning For Beginners and Beyond (Food Preservation Mastery Book 3) by Linda C. Johnson: Are you sick and tired of throwing away food you just bought a few days ago? If you want to save food, time, and energy, then this book is for you. Once you learn how to water bath can, you will never have to worry about expiration dates again. The best part? Water bath canners are so easy to work they’ll completely reinvent your relationship with cooking.
The University of Life: And How I Graduated Free by Joan Miller: Learn how to ‘spring-clean’ your life in order to move forward in a New Age. Joan Miller shares the story of her life and her search for an understanding of her psych-spiritual gifts, to show you how to utilise your own psychic abilities, seek out new paradigms that are nourishing to your soul and find the peace that passes all understanding.
Recycled Childhood: Foster Care: The Heroes, the Victims, and the Abusers. True Stories. by J.C. Pater: Between four and seven children die in the US every day as a result of abuse. Child Protective Services, paralyzed by bureaucracy and relying on underpaid and overworked personnel, often do not intervene in time. Children are tortured, starved, imprisoned, and trafficked. If preventing child abuse is something you care about, this book is for you.
Decluttering Workbook by Lisa Hedberg: Feeling overwhelmed by the amount of clutter in your life? A cleaner and less cluttered home starts with a decluttered mind. This workbook (filled with exercises and a checklist) will help you begin taking care of yourself better so you can find yourself happier than ever before. It’s filled with exercises for creating your own systems and patterns supporting you in the long run!
Becoming a Boardroom Star by Beverly A. Behan: From New Directors to the Chair of the Board, this book offers genuinely worthwhile insights for directors at any stage of their boardroom career – be that in the Fortune 500, a private company or a local charity. It can help any board member to achieve a truly noble objective, that of becoming a boardroom star.