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.
The Joy of Chemistry by Dr. N. Elkhadragy: Can your kids honestly say that they enjoy science? How can you engage your kids and help them understand the world better? It’s by making it fun. They’ll discover: how particles are like people, vivid, relatable analogies that kids will get the first time round, a bonus knowledge-check section at the end of every chapter, and much more!
Turn Words Into Wealth by Aurora Winter: AWARD WINNING NEW BOOK. Do you want to write a book? Do you want more income and influence? Then do yourself a favor and grab this new release. Winner: 2021 Best Business Book LA Book Festival, 2021 Literary Titan Silver Book Award, Bestselling author Aurora Winter, MBA. FREE today!
My Mom or Other Elder Loved One Needs HELP by Ed Montagna: A reference book making it easy to find solutions to elder care issues. Includes actionable ideas, products & services that will help your elder loved one have a better quality of life. Save wasting your time and energy sifting through a massive maze of info. Get solid and trustworthy solutions. Includes access to searchable solutions database.
Hidden Jewels of Happiness by Skip Johnson: “If you are looking for encouragement in your journey then you will certainly find it in this book.”- Amazon reviewer. From the author of The Mystic’s Gift, Hidden Jewels of Happiness will inspire and strengthen you in these tough times. Written to be read and absorbed quickly, you’ll find yourself feeling happier as soon as you read the first page.
The World Is My Oyster by Matthias Drawe: Join the author on a wild ride around the globe – on a shoestring. He celebrates Christmas in Rio, warms up with some serious drinking in freezing Helsinki and learns that fat women are sexy – in Jamaica. He experiences warlike riots in Haiti, survives with odd jobs in Tokyo and ekes out $200 for a bottle of whiskey in an Eskimo settlement.
Sunflowers by Kirby Peterman: Sunflowers follows the life of author, Kirby Peterman, through a collection of short stories and poems. As a young Texan, navigating friendships, intimacy, and femininity, she is thrown off course following and experience of sexual assault during her first week of college. The collection shifts as she works on her self-healing journey.
Workbook and Summary: Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age by Dr. Sanjay Gupta by Cosmic Publications: Cosmic Publications is proud to give all our readers this unofficial workbook and summary of Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s book Keep sharp. Get the key points and takeaways from the original in half the time and begin to implement the lessons learned with our check for understanding questions and action plan. We hope you enjoy.
A Mother’s Tears by Dre Carlan: Communism. Cancer. Drugs and alcohol. Join Gabriela and Dre Carlan as the mother escapes the totalitarian landscape of Romania only to find out she has to battle multiple bouts of cancer, while the son fights his own war with drugs and alcohol. Will the two storylines lead to solace or succumb to sadness?
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.
Get Past Your Sh*t: Nineteen Stories Of Imperfect People Who Prove You Can by Kelly McCausey: Are you waiting for the right time to make that change in your life that you know you desperately need to make? Fears, insecurities, and bad circumstances once blocked our life goals too. Read heartfelt stories that will help you learn how to get past your sh*t! Don’t miss our group coaching intensive on May 21st and 22nd on GetPastYourShit.com.
Become A Work-From-Home Health Or Fitness Professional by T.C. Hale: Learn how to pandemic-proof your business in this quick and easy read. T.C. Hale shares all the secrets that helped him take his nutrition and personal training business from working with clients face-to-face, to working with clients virtually, from the comfort of his home. You’ll also learn how to expand your business to include clients from around the world.
The Power of Mindful Parenting: A Guide to More Connection and Less Conflict with Your Teen by Wynn Burkett: This book is for frazzled parents looking for practical tools to make living with teenagers easier and more fun. The author teaches successful workshops so knows what works to create more connection and less conflict with your oppositional teen. The mindfulness techniques help parents stay calmer, leading to calmer teens and happier households.
(Just As Well) It’s Not About The Bike by Chris Atkin: Discovering the untold stories of one of the world’s most popular coastlines. Part sporting travelogue, part political history, (Just As Well) It’s Not About The Bike follows journalist Chris Atkin’s 1,300km cycle from Valencia in Spain to Gibraltar.
Surviving: A Kent State Memoir by Paula Tucker: This emotional page-turner combines the emotion and nostalgia of the Vietnam War era with a twist. Nerdy Patty is desperate to escape a conservative life. After she enrolls at Kent State, she narrowly escapes bullets fired at students on May 4, 1970. She resolves to dedicate her life to her young family. Now in greater danger, will she survive?
The Parents’ Guide to Puberty by Cath Hakanson: A straightforward common-sense book for parents on how to talk about puberty and sex with their tween or teen. Ideal for parents of kids aged between 8 to 13 years.
Best Dog Breeds For Children (Furry Friends Series Book 2) by Max Parrott: “There is a good selection to help new dog-owners, those with children, choose the right dog for their family. An interesting and entertaining guide.”–5 Stars, Readers’ Favorite. Explore the world of canine breeds, and understand their different needs!
Fi Money: Learn the Hard Way, Teach the Easy Way by Peter Duffy: Like DUFFMONEY, the book is written to raise financial awareness. You can have a good laugh at the author’s expense. You can gain some investing knowledge: property, single shares, index investing, savings, and cryptocurrencies. You can look at a unique guide to financial independence. This is a personal finance book that cares about you.
Live Healthy on a Tight Schedule by Silvana Siskov: Are you struggling to find the time to focus on anything other than your to-do list? This book will show you how to prioritize the most important things in life in the right way. You’ll be able to develop healthy habits that bring sustainable & enjoyable changes helping you achieve better health.
Who Gets It?! by Dan Hoffend and Eric Hoffend: Our method starts with identifying the top performers who “get it.” You can then use the strategies in this book to build a stronger company culture around their efforts, while also motivating others. This book steps you through how to identify employees in every category and also provides suggestions for how to energize or “jump” them up to the next level of engagement.
Many Million Dreams Ago: A Recollection of Romances 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.” —Ch. 2
What’s your Plan B? by Sabyasachi Sengupta: How to make a career switch if you feel unhappy at your current job or work? What happens if you get fired? This book will tell you how to stay prepared from such adversity and have a plan B.
Discovering Your Enneagram Type by Daniel Glanville: If you would like to know how to unlock the secrets of the Enneagram to discover what makes you who you are, then this book is for you. In this book, bestselling author Daniel Glanville, shows you how the Enneagram is a powerful tool to help you understand yourself, overcome rifts and conflict, and develop stronger relationships in your life.
Semm Yubah: An Arabian Son’s Journey by Adel Alsuhaimi: This emotional and sweeping memoir begins with a 16-year-old Arabian boy in 1915. It tells the story of one man’s path from farmhand, to merchant, to an influential figure in society, and the economy of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.