Building Your First Website (Undead Institute Book 1) by John Rhea: Want to fight zombies? Ever think you could enjoy learning code? Forget those insomnia cures and non-apocalypse-ending books. This one makes learning HTML and CSS fun. It has all the content and direction you need to build that first website, plus enough silly jokes and zombie slaying to keep you interested the whole time. Stop the Apocalypse today!
Energy Vampires: An Empaths Guide on How to Deal With Negative People by Jennifer O’Neill: Empaths, this book is for you… Energy Vampires and negative people have a lower vibrational frequency. And they look for higher vibrational frequencies to draw from to help them feel good. And this tends to have a very profound effect on your system, both spiritually and physically. Many times, they will wear you down to the point of exhaustion.
See Yourself with Friendly Eyes: How to Let Go of Guilt by Ilse Sand: Book on how to handle feelings of guilt, so you can be more kind to yourself and gain a better sense of self-esteem. Feelings of guilt are often exaggerated and burden your mood without benefiting anyone. This book will help you get rid of the excessive part of your guilt feelings so you can have a happier life. International bestselling author.
Yosemite National Park Photo Hiking (National Parks Photo Hiking Series) by Anthony Wessel: This less than 30-minute short read is a chronological photographic recap of beautiful Yosemite National Park as a couple. They provide tips, tricks, and lessons learned from their 44+ National Parks visited during their middle-aged years with the hope it will make your National Park experience more enjoyable.
3 Seconds in Bogotá (World Wild Travel Tales) by Mark Playne: Holiday of a lifetime. A travel adventure around South America. A trip to die for. When an adventure-seeking backpacker realises that he and his girlfriend are about to join the ranks of the 150,000 ‘missing people’, he is left with just three seconds to save their lives. “Hilariously scary.” “A true story written like a thriller.”
Boundaries Within a Marriage by Harry J.: This book focuses on a transforming journey in the core of marriage. Why are boundaries important? What are emotional and physical boundaries and how can they bring back the spark that you might have lost? Why is some distance important? This book is a guide for all couples, whether starting or already in a relationship.
Be Your Own Personal Trainer by Yigal Pinchas Ph.D: Backed by years of experience and scientific evidence, expert fitness trainer and veteran physical educator Yigal Pinchas, Ph.D., presents the most comprehensive and detailed guide to training your body available to date.
Don’t Scare Yourself to Death: 8 Practical Ways to Overcome Anxiety and Get More Creative by Kim O’Leary: I am a musician and producer by trade, and I’ve had various music deals in the USA. I’ve suffered periods of extreme anxiety and I needed to get through them without prescription drugs. Xanax and Valium, for instance, have very negative side effects for me. I’ve recovered step by step via simple, inexpensive, natural ways that anyone can utilize.
The Aryan Face by Ghulam Ali Khorasani & Nasir Abbas Khorasani: This book studies the question of the origins of the Hazaras of Afghanistan who speak Persian, an Indo-European language, but have a Mongoloid physiognomy. Although considered Mongols by most scholars, this book reasons that since they have a Mongoloid physiognomy, they can never be Mongols. The reader is invited to download this book and check if it can prove this claim.
Better, Not Bitter: A Journey from Heartbreak to Healing by Michelle Cowan: In “Better, Not Bitter,” Michelle’s world shatters when her husband dies in a crash. Navigating grief with her daughter, they face political brutality and heartache. Amidst the pain, they find unexpected kindness. Join Michelle on a journey of love, loss, and the transformative power of healing.
How to Market Your Book for Profit The Non-Negotiables by Annalisa Russo: Who said the only way to fail as a writer is if you expect your book to sell itself? So…how do you get your book noticed? As in all the books in the Non-Negotiables series, this book will condense the business of promotion down to what you must do, and then what you can do. It will demystify the important task of marketing your book for profit.
Empowering Minds (Through the AI Lens: The Futurism Files Book 1) by Randy Salars: Empowering Minds provides a comprehensive exploration into the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly ChatGPT, in the educational landscape. The book delves into practical strategies for AI integration in the classroom, discusses the role of AI in emotional learning and inclusivity, and explores its impact on fostering lifelong learning.
Classic Greek Myths: Timeless Stories of Gods, Goddesses, Heroes, and Mythical Creatures by Zoe Benning: Although the ancient Greek civilization has become another page in history books, their legends, myths, gods, and heroes still live on in the human imagination. This book on Greek mythology focuses on the key myths and their enduring legacy. Each fascinating myth has its own chapter and analysis that is accessible to novices and enthusiasts alike.
Dave Noah and The Grit Code by Ludovic Alouma: “Dave Noah and The Grit Code” is a transformative book. Investigating the profound impact of habits, grit, and productivity on personal life and success. By intertwining inspiring real-life stories and actionable advice, this book empowers readers to break free from self-limiting patterns and cultivate a mindset that drives consistent progress.
Lasting Fasting by Dr Eugene Antenucci: Discover a holistic approach to wellness and lasting weight loss through intermittent fasting that includes nutrition, physical activity, sleep and stress management. Stop counting calories and stressing about What you can eat. With Intermittent Fasting, it’s all about when you eat!
Rule 3: How Elite Leaders Win by Atlas Aultman: In this illuminating guide, you’re about to uncover the secret “Rule of 3” employed by the most successful leaders across a spectrum of fields – and apply it to drive yourself and your team to success.
Mixology A Beginner’s Guide To Making Cocktails by Bjørn Lindberg: Thirsty for a twist in your drink? An emotion, a memory, a work of art. “Mixology – A Beginner’s Guide” beckons you to the world where every drink tells a story, every recipe is an invitation. Answer the call, embrace the allure, and become the storyteller.
The Sustainable Entrepreneur: How to Build a Profitable Business and Save the Planet by Kumar Vijayendra: Do you own or manage a small business? Do you want to leave a legacy in the community you serve, and the planet that we live in? Do you want to do all that and be profitable doing this? Small businesses have their unique challenges. Kumar Vijayendra knows that and demystifies Sustainability Strategy from the point of view of small businesses.
So, You Want to Start a Nonprofit, Now What? by Michele Whetzel: From the seed of an idea of starting a new nonprofit to running a successful 501(c)(3) charitable organization, this book will take you on that journey. Whether you are just starting or are already running a nonprofit, use this book as a guide to learn board and nonprofit best practices, governance, funding, risk management, and communications for charities.
Doublehead – Last Chickamauga Cherokee Chief: Native American Indian in Alabama by Rickey Butch Walker: Butch Walker has written an excellent biography on the great chief, which has been long overdue. Walker takes Doublehead from warrior to famous chief to shrewd businessman. Butch Walker has painstakingly researched all available material on the fierce Cherokee Chief Doublehead. This is a must-read for anyone interested in Native American history.
Smart Ways To Stay Healthy (Eat So What! Nutrition Guides for Healthy Living Book 1) by La Fonceur: Confused about what to eat and what not to eat for health? Clear your confusion with Eat So What! This series explains the nutritional value of foods, gives direction on what to eat, and gives smart tricks to make life healthier. Understand your food scientifically and get rid of any nutrient deficiency naturally without any dietary supplements.
Gut Health Secrets For Women by Naomi Olson: Do you suffer from bloating? Fatigue? Flatulence? Are your gut problems ruining your social life? Check out these powerful strategies to get your gut health back on track! You’ll learn how to improve your diet and sleep patterns, reduce stress and exercise the right way for optimal gut health. And the steps are so easy, that anyone can do them!
Devil Cries Stones (Memoir Series Book 2) by Tina Soctoy: Continuing the story of her time spent as a potential child soldier for a top-secret Soviet military operation introduced to the world in In the House of the Demon, The Devil Cries Stones tracks the transformation from a terrified young victim to a supernatural enigma, determined to survive at all costs.
Healthy Habits: Heal Yourself From Within by Theu Fa’a: Find out how negative emotions affect your immune system and cellular repair functions, and why you should address them immediately to: 1) Allow your body to recover from existing problems. 2) Remain healthy. This book shows you how to overcome stress, tensions, or negative emotions within minutes. What if you had the ability to upgrade your health?
Parenting Boys with ADHD by Sarah Davis: Did you know that boys with ADHD often struggle in school, have trouble with social situations, and can act without thinking? Raising them can be really hard, but it’s important to remember they have a lot of hidden talents. This guide talks about ADHD in an easy-to-understand way, on how to handle boys with ADHD.
A Brief History of Central Banking by Dominic Haynes: Central banks shape global economies but are often shrouded in mystery. This guide unveils their evolution, from ancient innovations to roles during pivotal events like the Great Depression and into today’s digital age. Deepen your understanding of financial history and debunk prevailing banking myths.
In the House of a Demon (Memoir Series Book 1) by Tina Soctoy: In the House of a Demon is a gut-wrenching, true-life memoir that reads like horror fiction. Most importantly, it is also the story of survival, against all odds… testifies to the power of the human spirit in the face of utmost adversity. A definite must-read.
Activate Your Potential: Unlocking the Secrets of Manifestation by Tara Ferrell: Unlock the hidden powers of your subconscious mind and transform every aspect of your life. Your subconscious mind has more power than you can imagine – the power to shape your reality, attract good fortune and overcome any obstacle that stands in your way. Are you ready to learn how?