Optimal Model for Calculating Cost of Lack of Organizational Excellence by Dr. Abraham Huli: This book presents a model and formulas for calculating costs while examining the influence of all functions of the business organization on “Lack of Excellence/Poor Quality” and its cost. The book exhibits 6 major groups of business organizations, which integrate and affect the organization’s Profit & Loss report and Cost per Operation reports.
Whispers and Wailings by Khan Mosleh: The book Whispers and Wailings is based on eight years of research. The author, Prof. Khan Mosleh, has lived and taught in various countries in the Middle East since January 1, 2012. In this long journey, he has come into contact with thousands of Bangladeshi immigrant workers and heard from them the tragic history of their lives.
Write Write Write by Daniel Martin Eckhart: If a life in screenwriting is what you’re contemplating, learn about the mad world of making films. Eckhart, a professional screenwriter for twenty years, shares his tips, tricks and experiences about what matters and what doesn’t – most importantly, how to stay happy and sane through countless collaborative battles and drafts.
Murder USA (Murder Chesapeake: True Crime, Real Killers Book 2) by Ken Rossignol: There are several ways to learn about a murder story. One, as the victim, and as any true killer will tell you, dead men tell no tales. Then, from the killer, who doesn’t like to talk too much. The prosecutors put a lot of spin on the story, as do the defense attorneys – each for their reasons. The best telling of murder is here from the reporter.
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 personal growth self-help book that teaches Applied Kinesiology and how to release your trapped emotions and old baggage from the past. Past hurts and pains can keep you burdened and stuck. Learn to release it! Let go so it can let go of you.
Ketogenic Cleanse in 20 Minutes (Wellness Series Book 1) by Krysten Harlow: ”Informative and well explained… a good manual for all beginners of the Keto diet.” Stay in ketosis — not the kitchen! Health can be yours today… Looking for the perfect ketogenic cleanse? Start reading an easy-to-follow, no-nonsense regimen that will get you fit and allow you to continue enjoying your meals today.
Happier Thinking by Lana Grace Riva: A short collection of tips and exercises to help take care of your mental well-being. “The chapters are short and sweet, filled with examples to drive her points home, and easy to follow.” – 5 Star Amazon Review
Red Delight: Liverpool’s 150 Greatest Matches by David Plumbley: Relive 150 of Liverpool Football Club’s best matches, including spectacular team performances, epic battles, impossible comebacks, and personal feats of glory. This book will be your go-to when you need a refresher, or learn about the glorious history. Each match details what happened with context and descriptions, followed by trivia facts.
Crazy True Tales by Adam Douglas: Containing over 150 crazy tales, this book shows us how real life is crazier than fiction. So settle yourself down to laugh at the mishaps and missteps of your fellow human being from history up to the present. With people this dumb, you begin to wonder how the human race ever reached the top of the evolutionary pile.
Many Million Dreams Ago by Dre Carlan: What’s love feel like? “The stars whirl up in the heavens above. The planet spins on its axis like it wants to tip over and spill into the nothingness that surrounds it. Everything is beautiful and sunshine is everywhere. Then; the withdrawals. Shivers and shakes, the heart races and aches and all the while, we endure these things alone.” —Chapter 2
Introduction to R Programming (201 Non Fiction Series Book 9) by Hicham and Mohamed Ibnalkadi: This book is part of a series that includes MBA Core & Elective coursework taught at prestigious universities like Harvard and Wharton. The series consists of Core & Elective courses that stemmed from more than ten years of professional experience in Wall Street and Startups.
Own Your Rhythm by Heather Speth: With a new approach to women’s empowerment, Heather Speth’s new release “Own Your Rhythm” abandons the traditional western model of androcentric productivity. Heather’s natural process to “Unleash the Power of Feminine Cycles” gives women the knowledge and power to dominate in any market.
Mindful Parenting by Patricia Turner: The goal of this book is to assist parents with facts about what to expect when they start out on this journey to teach their children mindfulness. This book takes you through step-by-step to explain what mindfulness is and how you can apply this to teach your children to experience the world fully with all their senses.
Gruesome Iowa (Gruesome Book 1) by Nick Vulich: Are you afraid of things that go bump in the night? Do you always have to look under the bed before you go to sleep? You may never go to sleep again after learning what happened in your hometown.
How to Talk to Your Boss Like a Boss by Leonard Walker: How to Talk to Your Boss Like a Boss will teach you everything from the basics of getting along with your boss, to more complex issues, such as asking for a raise or promotion. Learn the best techniques and the secrets of communicating effectively with your boss, in order to make sure that you are always heard and understood by them.
Why They Stay by Anne Michaud: Veteran political journalist Anne Michaud knows the hidden agendas women employ to gain and cling to power. Working as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal and awarded “Columnist of the Year” by the New York News Publishers Association, Anne has researched the women behind some of the most notorious men in the public eye.
Sway by John Thibault: You can find a way to move forward to begin to improve your community, influence the country, and impact the world. Frustrated by politics, and you don’t think there’s a way to make a difference, discover how there really is an easier way. Get a quick overview of the process that you can use to fix broken laws and radically improve the world.
300+ Tools & Resources for Self-published and Indie Authors by Anita Nipane: A list of over 300 tools and resources that are built for authors like you and can help you in your book writing journey. You will find book cover creators, title and plot generators, book promotion sites, book reviewer platforms, platforms where beta readers gather, and a bunch of other useful resources for authors.
Happiness with a Twist by Oliver Abel IV: This is a supercharged book: be introduced to great thinkers, great paintings, inspiring poetry, short classical music and ballet performances all without leaving the book. 1) Search for spirituality or purpose in life, 2) Connect or reconnect with your religious faith (focus on Christianity), and 3) Soothe your mind and soul knowing you are not alone.
High Profit Book Blueprint by Robin Colucci: Good news! You no longer need to write a book to increase your personal brand and boost your business. For a lot less work and a lot less money, you can create a very short, very direct, highly targeted booklet to give you that exposure you need to grow your business. Robin Colucci lays out how you can develop this premier marketing tool.
Down Under by Georgia Faye: Samantha’s free-spirited nature leads her to Australia and adventure. Her lust for life often led her down rabbit holes, discovering the places where her fears lived. Extravagant parties, intimate gatherings and the intrigues of the rich and famous, she finds herself wrapped in a love triangle torn between two suitors. Who will Sam choose?
Hear the Whistle: The Story of Jack Haley, American Entrepreneur and Railroad Pioneer by Kathy Haley Buhrman: “Jack, did you hear the whistle? Live your life with passion, son. Always listen for the whistle.” This is the story of retired USAF pilot and real estate entrepreneur, Jack Haley – a man who had a dream to buy a railroad. He became legendary as the short line and regional operator in the U.S. who helped change the railroad industry forever.
Being Authentic: A Memoir by Morhaf Al Achkar: Dr. Alachkar’s Memoir shares genuine emotion, heartbreaks 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 then be sure to get your free Kindle Copy of Morhaf’s Being Authentic.