Perfect by Judi Miller: This compelling and relatable narrative helps you open your own heart and access forgiveness, even for the most painful acts. You’ll come away with a profound understanding that despite — or perhaps because of — our perceived flaws and mistakes, we can all experience the world as it really is: Perfect.
Stop Dieting, Go Vegan by Anne Merritt: If you want to reduce your risk of diseases and conditions like heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and more, the information in this book will show you how that’s possible and introduce you to a healthy way of eating that you can maintain for a lifetime.
Selling Without Sleaze by Sarah Jolley-Jarvis: Inside the book, you’ll see how the ‘Selling Without Sleaze’ attitude and the T.A.C.C framework create a clear, simple and repeatable process to bring you more sales, more consistently than other methods you may have tried or heard about… All while acting with complete integrity, and avoiding any sleazy sales tactics.
If Foods Could Heal by Erryn O’Cain PharmD: Do you suffer from chronic aches and pains, indigestion, high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, etc.? You may very well be living with chronic inflammation! By implementing a healthy anti-inflammatory diet and lifestyle, you can begin to restore your health and start down the path to a better quality of life! This book will teach you how.
The Superpowers of Superfoods: Eat Your Way to Better Health Using the Natural Power of Food by Erryn O’Cain PharmD: Did you know that pumpkin seeds can help you fall asleep?Or that chili peppers help fight anemia? You’ll learn amazing health benefits of superfoods and how to incorporate them into daily meals and snacks. Try the recipes and follow the 2-week meal plan provided to start you on your way to a healthier lifestyle! See how SUPER foods can truly be.
There Are Worse Things I Could Do by Adrienne Barbeau: Originally published in 2006, this L.A. Times bestseller by Tony-nominated actress, iconic “scream queen”, and vampyre thriller author Adrienne Barbeau is many things: a touching coming-of-age journal, an inspiring actor’s handbook on how to survive in the biz, and a witty Hollywood memoir chronicling five decades of stage, screen, and romance.
More Comfort (The MORE Series Book 4) by Betsy Duffey: We each move through grief at our own pace. These 30 exercises, meditations and prayers can help you process grief and move toward healing. Loss can come from death of those we love, death of a pet, or loss of a job or material things.
Pegan Diet Cookbook for Beginners by Nathalie Seaton: The pegan diet uses both diets’ (Paleo & Vegan) positive principles rather than the restrictions, meaning it allows for the consumption of some meat while limiting whole grains, legumes, and dairy. The result is a focus on the high-protein whole foods that will help you shed pounds and feel great.
The Bar That Wasn’t by Jim W.: This is a remarkable story of demoralization, struggle, and triumph as a man goes through the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to reach more than 55 years of uninterrupted recovery. The key roles of therapy, faith, research, and love are all knitted into a tapestry of hope. Anyone can benefit from this beautifully written story.
True Crime Files Volume 2 by Stephen McGrann: Stephen McGrann’s True Crime Files: Volume 2. Stories included are: The McFraud, A Mother’s Love, The Lost Boys, A Father’s Dream, Handsome Devil, and A Coincidence Too Far.
Can’t Live Without You? by Helen E. Sutherland: Separation anxiety affects at least 1 in 7 dogs in the US and research from Finland found that as many as 70% of our dogs suffer from some kind of fear. The best thing you can do, if you have a new puppy, is to train your pup as soon as you can. The most important training required for a happy dog is to teach him that it is okay to be home alone.
The Wood Pellet Grill Bible and Smoker Cookbook by Bobby Trigg: Would you like to cook outrageously delicious grilled food with ease and leave your friends and family stunned? Become now a real advanced Pitmaster! You’ll gain access to 200+ yummy, juicy, mouthwatering recipes in different categories: snacks, beef, pork, lamb, burgers, sausages, rubs, injectables, sauces, vegetables, fish, baked, and desserts!
Eat to Prevent and Control Disease 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?
Businesspeople Don’t Like to Read, We Scan (Speaking and Writing Book 2) by Al Golzari: Master your business writing skills in a practical and effective way! This is Book 2 of my Speaking and Writing series and a companion to my presentation skills book. *Plus: the Kindle version of It’s Called Presenting, Not Talking Out Loud (Book 1) is now part of Amazon Prime Reading, borrow for free with your Prime account!
Ancient Rome: The Way They Were by CD Haun: Why do so many things we think we know about Ancient Rome turn out to be false? Amateur historian and author CD Haun reviews 16 ideas, questions, or places. Included are the Roman Handshake, the Gladiator salute, the thumbs-up, and even why Roman roads have lasted. These, plus many more, are included in this fun read.
Living Where Others Vacation by Bogumil Baranowski: A true heartwarming story of an NYC couple who left the city comforts for a life in the woods, in the mountains, and under the palm trees. They hiked, kayaked, surfed and got married only to embark on a forever moon. With many mishaps and lucky breaks, they cut their costs in half, and have never been happier, healthier and had more fun!
Mom’s Favorite Reads eMagazine March 2021 by Goylake Publishing: The spring issue of our popular eMagazine. In this issue… Mad as a March Hare, Reiki, World Wildlife Day, International Day of Forests, plus short stories, recipes, puzzles, humour, photographs and so much more!
30-Day Whole Foods Cookbook: Irresistible Recipes for a Healthy and Joyful Life by Vanessa Olsen: This inspirational cookbook gives you more than 200 amazing recipes and tons of helpful information. You will learn how to make delicious meals like Apple Skillet Pancakes, Smoked Salmon Frittata, Chicken Burrito Bowl, Hoisin Beef Stew, Pork Carnitas, Shrimp Risotto, Almond Banana Bread, and many more. Say hello to a new, better, and healthier life!
Power in the Pause: A Path Toward Change by Janice Mulligan: There is a power that lies in that instant of time that falls between stopping and seeking. In that moment where we are finished with what came before and not yet moving forward in search of what the new day will bring, we can reflect on what has been and what we wish will be. This book will guide you toward a path of change.
The Groovy Green Kitchen: Weeknight Veggie Slow Cooker by Geraldine Helen Hartman: A unique collection of hearty, healthy, and hassle-free slow cooker main dishes, each perfectly paired with a quick to prepare side dish. Meal planning has never been simpler. Triple-tested and kid-approved recipes, created by award-winning cookbook author: Geraldine Helen Hartman. Your weeknight dinners just got easier and much more delish too!
Sirtfood Diet Over 50: A 3-Phase Guide for Women by Kate Hamilton: From best-selling author on Amazon, Kate Hamilton: a new book to help you fight the challenges related to the body changing over the years. Try the Sirtfood Diet and its holistic approach to grant you not just physical results but mental and emotional well-being.
How to Become a Published Writer (Advice to Authors Book 2) by Helen Cox: In this inspirational new writing guide, novelist and poet Helen Cox offers practical, achievable steps to turning your writing setbacks into comebacks. Inside you’ll discover how to: Overcome writer’s block, handle rejection, deal with bad reviews, increase your chances of publishing success, overcome the fear of failure, and much more.
Cook. Eat. Love: A Collection of Italian Recipes and Family Stories by Lenny Ricci: This delightful and captivating cookbook is one you won’t want to put down! You’ll find some heart-warming and charming tales involving adolescent rites, family shares, and kitchen tips to make cooking even more fun. You will reach for it again and again to share some of these recipes with your own family and friends. It’s truly about cooking, eating, and loving life!
You Can’t Fly With That!: Confessions of a Disgruntling Airport Security Officer by Anonymous: This tell-all memoir expresses travel through the perspective of a TSA agent. Not for the squeamish, the author gets to the nitty-gritty. In his offside, humorous voice, anonymous breaks down run-ins with celebs, sex-craved elderly, and dead animals. You’ll laugh; you’ll cringe; you’ll reconsider traveling ever again.
Alone on the Ridgeway: A Tale of Two Journeys Between Avebury and Ivinghoe Beacon by Holly Worton: Ever wondered what it might be like to walk 87 miles across the south of England, along a 5,000-year-old track? In this book, you’ll join the author as she walks through ancient historical sites, including Neolithic burial chambers that you can go inside. Download this book today and experience the magic of the Ridgeway.
Fruitful Labor: How to Live to 104 Gracefully, Gratefully by Monica Lee: What does it take to live to 104? The answer may be found among a Minnesota widow’s diary entries documenting family, food, the weather, and gratitude for all of it. A charming tale of family ties, persisting despite brutal winters and resilience in the face of loss, this is a heartfelt portrait of a centenarian who carries on with grit and humor.
Catching Chickens: Reflections Of A Poultry Herder by Lawrence Wilson: Want to know what’s it like to jump from an airplane – and get knocked out? How about ‘Sex After 60’? There are stories about growing up and growing older. ‘Checking Out’ takes a humorous look at dying while ‘Friends’ tells of the life of soldiers returning from war. There are stories about fishing, Jesus, and one about catching chickens.
Intermittent Fasting for Women Over 50 by Jody Dyson: Do you want to lose weight quickly? Are you interested in Intermittent Fasting? If yes, then this is the right book for you! Intermittent fasting for women over 50 is the best way to get rid of stubborn body fat, especially if you do not exercise or do not have a lot of time to eat healthy meals. Download now for this free guide!
Happily Ever After… Right Now: Stop Searching for Mr. Right and Start Celebrating YOU by Luann Robinson Hull: Happily Ever After … Right Now blends spirituality, science, and practical applications of research in its promotion of empowerment, love, and joy whether we are in a relationship or not. Any self-help reader searching for not just answers but strategies to define, locate, and reinforce happiness in their lives will find this to be a useful guide.
Mediterranean Diet Cookbook: Delicious Recipes for a Healthier and Better Life by Vanessa Olsen: Delicious, healthy, and exciting! Those are the words that best describe the Mediterranean diet. This comprehensive cookbook will give you amazing recipes like Strawberry Crepes, Cheesy Panini, Hummus Roll-Ups, Savory Kale Spaghetti, Crispy Falafel, Greek Rice Pudding, and many more. Open up to a brand new world of wholesome and irresistible meals!
Workbook and Summary: Think Again by Cosmic Publications: Cosmic Publications is very happy to provide all of our readers with this unofficial workbook and summary of Adam Grant’s top-selling book “Think Again: The Power of Knowing What you Don’t Know”. Here you will find chapter summaries, key takeaways from each chapter, questions to help grasp each lesson and action plans to place in your life.