Online Marketing For Baby Boomers: And Anyone Else Who Doesn’t Speak Geek by Fiona Blinco: This book is for business owners who want online marketing spelled out simply and easily. With case studies and practical steps on what to do, it explains the main concepts small businesses need to know to be successful, whether to include, or eliminate, the most popular online marketing activities available to today’s businesses and organizations.
The Magic Of Immortality (Rhythms of the Dance Book 1) by Burislav Servest: The book in front of you gives answers to several questions. For some, knowing technical methods of life prolongation; for others – achieving success by interacting with different people; the third man would be interested in discovering Heaven on Earth; and some – the possibility of establishing direct contact with the supreme force. All this and more is in this book.
Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook by Lisa Ramsey: UNLOCK THE SECRETS OF WORLD-CLASS GRILL AND SMOKER EXPERTS! Are you the kind of person who enjoys eating nicely cooked meat or fish? Do you feel sick and tired of cooking the same old meals and want to surprise your family, friends, and even yourself with some new flavors?
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!
Comebacks and Second Acts in American Politics by Darcy G. Richardson: In “Comebacks and Second Acts” award-winning historian Darcy Richardson explores a series of often-overlooked political comeback attempts – many of which ended in disaster. Worthwhile reading for anyone who is interested in political history or who just loves a good underdog story. Some people just don’t know when to quit!
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.
The Meaning of Madness (Ataraxia Book 1) by Neel Burton: This award-winning book aims to open up the debate on mental disorders, to get people interested and talking, and to get them thinking. Get your copy now and learn all about: personality disorders, schizophrenia, and other psychotic disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and much more.
Under the Gun: A Children’s Hospital on the Front Line of an American Crisis by Stu Durando: St. Louis is the epicenter for child shootings in the United States, and St. Louis Children’s Hospital handles the vast majority of those injuries. “Under the Gun” takes you inside the ER and OR as well as victims’ homes to witness the trauma that is inflicted and the battle to save lives.
An Ordinary Life: A Migrant’s True Story of Love, Endurance, and Hope by Vera Culkoff: A true story of love and adventure to share how wonderful and rewarding a bold search for a better life in a strange, new country could be. The joys and heartaches of a migrant’s journey into a new homeland written by his daughter. Stefan and his wife, Milica, are 88 years old now. From humble beginnings, they forged a life filled with love.
Wanderlost: Shots of Literary Tequila for the Restless Soul by Simon Williams: Simon Williams suffered at the hands of bullies like many kids. But one day he is pushed too far and something inside him breaks. As he turns 50, Simon looks back on a life of constantly searching for an antidote to his inner turmoil, until the day arrives when he can no longer hold it inside. A memoir of how our past always catches up to us.
Uphill and Into the Wind by David W. Reed: In 1973, at the age of twenty-three, David Reed has become embittered by political strife and corruption. Disenchanted with his future, he wants out. Along with new friends Rusty and Susie, David leaves everything he knows to cross the United States with little more than his bicycle and camera on a long journey into the unknown.
How to Change a Law by John Thibault: Gold Medal Winner, Readers’ Favorite Awards, 2017. Finalist, 14th Annual American Book Fest, 2017. Finalist, 11th Annual National Indie Excellence Book Awards, 2017. Insight, actionable tools, and strategies that will lead you to become an active Citizen Legislator who realizes that your participation in politics matters.
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 self-help book that teaches you how to release your old baggage from the past. Past hurts and pains can keep you stuck. Learn to let it go so it can let go of you.
EAT. PLAY. SLEEP.: Three Keys to Finding Your Younger Self by Rob Norris: Learn how to develop simple daily practices around nutrition, exercise, and sleep that make you feel less tired, fitter, and happier. Get more and better sleep, how to identify and treat sleep apnoea, exercise that makes you feel fitter, stronger, and younger, work out smarter not harder, enjoy food to the fullest and still lose weight.
Bucket To Greece: Volume 1 by V.D. Bucket: Penning a book recounting his amusing adventures on moving from England to a mountain village in rural Greece, the author adopts the pseudonym of V.D. Bucket, the name he was saddled with when abandoned in a bucket as a baby. The Bucket saga offers a refreshing lockdown escape to Greece as Victor and Marigold adapt to their adopted country.
Puppy Training with Love and Respect: A Modern Approach to Puppy Training Essentials by Wendy Waters: A brand new guide on dog training which breaks with the approaches advocating force, domination techniques, and fear. Numerous step-by-step instructions make it suitable for novice trainers. To ensure success, each command is approached in 3 different techniques. The troubleshooting chapter offers tips on problem behavior, aggression, and more.
Go All In: A Formula to Accelerate Your Success by Nim Stant: Go all in is when you over-commit to achieving your goals. Go all in action requires you to commit and work hard toward what you want. The success you are looking for is the result of the go all-in commitment.