The Illustrated Guide to Financial Independence by Larry Faulkner & Douglas Brown: Build wealth long before retirement. The sooner you start, the sooner you can become financially independent. This Amazon #1 Bestseller in Personal Budgeting book teaches you step-by-step how to build wealth, even while working a lower-wage job.
Greater Than a Tourist USA by Greater Than a Tourist: With travel tips and culture in our guidebooks written by a local, it is never too late to visit each state in the United States of America. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the ‘Greater Than a Tourist’ series, this book will give you candid travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination.
Here and Now by Grace Churchill: A no-nonsense guide for those wanting to live fuller lives by being more present. Here and Now is an easy-to-follow primer on Mindfulness that also includes step-by-step exercises and breathwork techniques so you can quickly put into practice what you’re learning.
The Self-Sufficient Backyard by Ben Rinner: The Self-Sufficient Backyard helps unpack the complexities, misconceptions, and common pitfalls of starting a backyard mini farm so that you can plan, prepare, and thrive! In this book, you’ll learn everything from how to assess your land, what types of plants work best, and even advice on how to raise animals and even start a business.
A Tomato Grows in Brooklyn by David Ruggerio: Renowned chef and author David Ruggerio takes you back to Brooklyn and introduces you to the Italian-American experience and cuisine he knows, grew up with, and adores. This humble cuisine reflects a beautiful narrative of joy, sadness, and fatigue, but is always rich in humanity and heritage.
Mission: Pregnancy (Dad’s Survival Guide Book 1) by Dad Is: An easy-to-read, humorous, masculine guide, that speaks in a manly voice about a subject that was previously only for women – pregnancy. It is an informative guide, full of tips and advice for all stages of pregnancy, delivery, and new parenthood.
The Incredible Power of Comparisons by Robert Prior-Wandesforde: Comparisons are crucial to the decisions we take. For the sake of our well-being and wallets, they deserve closer attention. Dieting, dating, investing, shopping, persuading, betting, and hiring are all areas where we can learn to use them better. The same is true of the judgments we reach about ourselves: judgments critical to our self-esteem.
Hippos, Hotspots, and Homelands: An Educator’s Journey in South Africa by Elsa van der Byl: Held hostage by students? Kidnapped by a witch doctor? Leopards copulating on the roof? Elsa van der Byl’s experiences in the homelands in the old South Africa and then in an exclusive private game park captivate and entertain. She recounts tales of cultural differences with a sense of humor and the rising crime with candor.
Mom’s Favorite Reads eMagazine November 2021 by Goylake Publishing: In this month’s issue of our bestselling magazine… New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Joanna Penn interviewed by Wendy H Jones. Plus… Art, author resources, flash fiction, new releases, photography, poetry, puzzles, recipes, travel and so much more!
Publishing: Self-Publish a Bestseller in the next 30 Days! by Gundi Gabrielle: The most popular publishing guide worldwide with over 1000 reviews on Amazon, this book will show you Gundi’s famous 4-Week Formula to your first #1 Bestseller + share your message with the world! Gundi Gabrielle has outranked every famous business author on Amazon from Robert Kiyosaki to Brene Brown, and Hal Elrod with 13 #1 Bestsellers to date.
Dad Jokes For New Dads by Thomas J. Perotti: This book is jam-packed with iconic dad jokes, cheesy puns, and general all-purpose jokes that are so bad they’re impossible not to laugh at. We’ve got jokes to embarrass your kids, jokes that remind your wife why she fell in love with you, and jokes to share among fellow dads. Whatever the occasion, this joke book has got you covered!
Life Has No Expiration Date: Misadventures of a Single Senior by Brenda Frank & R. H. Kirshen: Life Has No Expiration Date – Misadventures of a Single Senior is the latest book about stepping out into the world and entering a new life of fun and adventure as a party of one. Full of true stories and misadventures about enjoying the best and the rest of life as a single senior.
Brotherhood of the Fin by Gerald R. Hoover: This is a re-release of my previously published book. I wanted to make it available for free for Kindle Unlimited users and promotional giveaways. In Brotherhood of the Fin, I share the adventures of becoming and living the life of a Coast Guard helicopter rescue swimmer. I’m grateful to share this journey with you and hope you enjoy the ride.
Dog Coin Investing: All You Need to Know About Dog Coin Cryptocurrency by Russell Shak: That book will provide a secure method of investing in this cryptocurrency with a simple explanation. That book is good for people who would like to take their first steps into crypto technology but are not sure yet. Also, there are some nice surprises to make you a little happy with that book. You will have fewer questions but more actions!
Shockingly True Uber Stories by W. Sage: What’s the craziest Uber story you’ve ever heard? Here is the incredible true story of one driver’s savage journey driving for Uber and Lyft at night, on the wild streets of Los Angeles and the icy roads of the Midwest all while hiding a shocking secret in plain sight… Audiobook now available!
Life After Cancer: A Survivor’s Guide (The Big C-Cancer Support Books) by Marcia McGee Ashford: We all know that life with cancer is difficult, but what about afterward? Marcia Ashford, a recent cancer patient and survivor herself, discusses “after cancer” and more with a sense of humor and a lot of first-hand, hard-earned knowledge. She also offers hope and encouragement for the journey ahead.
Whole Food Everyday Cookbook: 101 Healthy Plant-Based Recipes Made Easy by Lana Avery: Meals that’ll make you feel just as good as they look, & taste even better! Whole Food Everyday Cookbook has over 100 easy-to-follow plant-based recipes, plus a 21-day meal plan, to help you cook more healthy, nutritious, & delicious meals. Discover the food that’ll get you the most out of your ‘whole’ life with the Whole Food Everyday Cookbook!
No Stranger to Kindness by Mukesh Kapila: An uplifting and optimistic counterpoint to Mukesh’s own first book, Against a Tide of Evil, No Stranger to Kindness chronicles a life driven by the simple human desire to help. It shows how acts of kindness – often between complete strangers – can change the world, even in the gravest of circumstances.
Our Children, Our Legacy: Passing on the Gift of Good Health by Tim O’Dowd: The health we pass onto the next generation will determine whether our children and their children continue to become victims of chronic diseases, or whether we act now to change that legacy. This book explores the societal dilemma and offers clear advice on how to build a strong foundation for lifelong health, starting even before conception.
The Cash Cowboy Combo!: The Ultimate 2-in-1 Book Bundle by Paxton S. Finnegan: Now you can own both of Paxton S. Finnegan’s must-read books, “You Can’t Have My Money!” and “Hunting Purple Elephants,” in one convenient volume. Learn great financial strategies for long-term investments, tax reduction, debt elimination, and frugal living. Saddle up, folks, we’re taking back our wallets!
The Stoic Philosopher Within You by Thinknetic: We all aspire to be happier, more successful, and free of negative emotions. All we need to achieve our goals is a philosophy of life. We analyzed three of the greatest philosophers and broke down their observations on human nature, mentality, and happiness. Seneca, Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius.
Eat to Prevent and Control Disease: How Superfoods Can Help You Live Disease Free by La Fonceur: Do you know your medicines might make you ill? This book tells how you can reduce your dependence on medicines. Research scientist and registered pharmacist La Fonceur will tell you how superfoods can naturally control and prevent disease. How can you build your body in such a way that you do not need medications even in your 40s, 50s, 60s, or 70s?
Summary Judgment: A Lawyer’s Memoir by Donald Cameron Clark Jr.: Everyone leaves death row. Few leave it alive. Summary Judgment is the fascinating true crime story told by one of Tommy’s lawyers that reveals how this life – and – death case unfolded in real time.
Travelogues (The World Is My Oyster Volume 3) by Matthias Drawe: Join the author on a wild ride across the globe – on a shoestring. Each of the ten stories is set in a different city. It’s an up-close and personal look at the people and their culture and not so much on landmarks. In volume 3, you’ll find Milan, Versailles, Colombo, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, New York, Rio de Janeiro, Miami, and Ashland (KY).
The Jobless Millionaire: The Path to Money & Time Freedom Outside a 9-5 by Moa Pillars: Chained to employment? Discover how you can leave your job, be your own boss and become a multi-millionaire even if you’ve been employed all your life. With practical guides on entrepreneurship and well-packaged business ideas, this guide is the only tool you’ll need to experience financial freedom.
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.
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.
The Spirit of Selling by Rhonda M. Petit: This book contains a timeless message for anyone and everyone who endeavors to sell well and live free. Selling is an art, and there are universal, timeless laws that govern successful selling. Yet most people may not even know they exist, let alone how to apply them to their everyday lives and selling.
Measure, Mix & Marinate: Embracing the Key Ingredients to a More Fulfilling Life by Cheryl Schuberth: As the world slowed down for a global pandemic, Cheryl reflected on who she wanted to become to serve at her highest level. Much of this discovery occurred in the kitchen with her sons, husband, and mother. Cheryl realized that how you measure your priorities, mix them in with your life experiences, and marinate on and adjust to the results determines the direction of your life.
In Her Element: Sea Salt, Surrender, and A Journey to a Whole Life by Selina Delangre: Selina Delangre has been in the sea salt business for over 30 years, so obviously, this woman knows salt. She is the current owner of the most globally recognized natural sea salt brand, Celtic Sea Salt. Selina writes about her challenges of growing a small family business into a thriving global empire.
The Profit Hypothesis by Jake Lee: Consumers will mislead you. Not on purpose though, which makes it worse. This book will walk you through the stages of an experiment while focusing on the role consumers play on firm profit. You’ll get an introduction to the foundations needed without all the complex math.
Turn Words Into Wealth by Aurora Winter: Use the blueprints in this book to create multiple streams of income with your successful book, brand, and business. Free today! Learn: How to use storytelling for business success, Why your book is your best marketing tool, How to communicate your ideas, 7 ways to profit from publishing your book.
18 Holes of Quantum Golf: A Duffers guide to The Universe by W. J. Hendry: This book’s a love story wrapped up in an enigma inside a round of golf. The main aim is to provide the reader with a simple explanation of how humans have gained our knowledge of the only universe that we’re ever likely to inhabit. Written as a conversation between two senior citizens who’ve been best pals since the first day at primary school.
Wiccan Basics (Solitary Suburban Pagan Guide Book 1) by Ashlyn Hawthorne: Wiccan Basics Simplified. For those taking their first steps on a pagan path or experienced practitioners looking for a simpler approach, Wiccan Basics delivers a straightforward guide to creating a pagan spiritual practice.
Being Authentic: A Memoir by Morhaf Al Achkar: Dr. Alachkar’s memoir shares genuine emotion, heartbreaks, and great successes, and encourages us to be our authentic selves. This memoir highlights our humanity’s purpose to share our story and of our fear of being forgotten after death and yet to live each day. If you like easy and genuine reads that tell it to you straight, then be sure to get your free Kindle copy.
Taco: and other poems by Edward Reib: Taco is eighteen years of one eccentric man’s poetry: Mostly Senryu, or sarcastic Haikus, about the Entertainment Industry during the rise of YouTube and Netflix, and the fall of everything else. It starts with teenaged messianic free-verse rants before the turn-of-the-millennium, and eventually arrives at a rooftop restaurant in Kathmandu.
Anxiety In Relationship by KJ Vaughan: Remember that making mistakes is normal — it’s a part of the process of overcoming negative thoughts and attitudes. Just keep going, and little by little, you’ll become a better person for it… and become happier in your relationship. Build a stronger bond with your partner by combating anxiety and becoming a healthier version of yourself.
Nourish Your Self Whole by Matthew Albracht: The pillars of nutrition outlined in this book are the most highly leveraged steps you can take to transform your body’s relationship with food and see the greatest benefits for your time and energy. Healthy eating doesn’t have to hurt! You can feed your body the nutrients it needs to thrive without sacrificing your taste for delicious foods.
Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook by Adam Jones: The ultimate bbq cookbook for smoking and grilling a variety of food, including beef, pork, lamb, poultry, salmon, seafood, fish, game, veggies. A unique cookbook for keeping the culinary tradition of smoke cooking alive and giving you the tools and tips you need to start that perfectly smoked meat.
Work Matters: Insights & Strategies for Job Seekers by Brent M. Jones: Looking for a career change and you don’t know where to begin? You’ll learn from this book how to get a job you love (and pays you what you’re worth), regardless of your age, or life situation. Author and career development coach Brent M. Jones has worked one on one with hundreds who lost their jobs or had to find one under difficult circumstances.
Choctaw Mythology (Easy History Series) by Jim Barrow: The history of the Choctaws is full of events, triumphs, and devastating tragedies. Its rich mythology is much less known, and thanks to this guide we will discover all its secrets.
Secrets to Understanding a Toddler: An Essential Guide for First Time Parents by Zen Grandma: Chock full of advice, tips, and insights that come from years of experience as a mom of four and now grandmother of four and counting. This book helps unravel the mystery of a toddler for first-time parents; clueing them into what to expect and how to interpret their toddlers’ sometimes maddening, often puzzling moods and behavior.