Superhuman Memory by Keith Hope: Do you often forget people’s names? Find learning difficult? Do you ever feel overwhelmed with how busy you are? Or maybe you want to double your productivity? How about increasing your ability to memorize by 500% in just 14 days by mastering next-generation methods of memory enhancement using SUPER-LEARNING? This guide serves to do just that, giving you a structured program on how to organize the information in your brain into an efficient file and recall system.
Instant Pot Cookbook by Travis Roy: The Instant Pot Cookbook will take care of your scarce cooking time and will show you the easiest and tastiest way towards a whole new life with the Instant Pot pressure cooker. It will guide you in the best possible way to use your Instant Pot electric pressure cooker in a way you never thought possible. Get a copy of this great Instant Pot cookbook and make a statement about the way you cook.
Pablo Escobar: Beyond Narcos (War On Drugs Book 1) by Shaun Attwood: The mind-blowing true story of Pablo Escobar and the Medellín Cartel beyond their portrayal on Netflix. Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar was a devoted family man and a psychopathic killer; a terrible enemy, yet a wonderful friend. While donating millions to the poor, he bombed and tortured his enemies.
Grieving the Loss of a Love by Eleora Han: A classic guide for anyone seeking courage and comfort, this book is a revealing view of how to find hope and beauty through the pain of loss―providing relatable stories, practical insight, and actionable wisdom to guide you through grief to a place of deeper wholeness.
Serial Killers (Volume 1) by Ryan Becker: Entrepreneurs, farmers, nurses, roofers…Killers. Serial killers are not simple monsters, as many believe. They are human beings just like us; men and women who have made the wrong choices or been turned into ugly creatures by their upbringing. Some seek to cause pain and shock—others just wish to scratch an itch that they have in their mind. All of them bring darkness in their own way.
Crystal Healing by Sarah Nelmes: Crystals and their healing properties have been something of an enigma for many years. People have debated their true properties and what their energies can really provide us in our search for alternative therapies. In this guide, we will look at exactly what we know to be true about these magical stones and how we can harness their pure energy for the benefit of our well-being.
Mindfulness: The Most Effective Techniques by Ian Tuhovsky: In this book, I want to introduce you to mindfulness techniques that will bring you not only success, but greater happiness, contentment, and inner resourcefulness for dealing with the many challenges and opportunities of life. All you need is the willingness to sit on your own butt and spend a little time getting to know your mind.
Scientific Energy Healing by Matt Peplinski: This book discusses over 100 peer-reviewed studies on Reiki, therapeutic touch and other forms of energy healing. With this book, you’ll be able to use energy healing to help your friends, family, and clients with their health problems.
100 Vacation Days a Year by Barak Paztal and Robert Shemin: This book offers solutions, helping to create new energy and open a second chapter in your life. Barak Paztal and Robert Shemin offer an original path out of the shackles of modern-day slavery and claim that they can help anyone in any situation reinvent themselves and have all their dreams fulfilled. Would you like a lifestyle with one hundred days vacation a year?
High Vibe Eating by Kim Richardson: ‘High Vibe Eating’ is about living the most joyous, high vibrational life and how food plays a role in that. There are 85 recipes in this book from many different cultures that can easily be converted to meet all dietary needs and inspire people to try new things.
How to Raise Happy Kids by Vitaly Buchatsky: ‘How to Raise Happy Kids’ includes 61 short chapters of expertly reasoned advice and practical tools for effective, loving child-rearing. Parenting techniques—such as setting a good example, encouraging cooperation, and recording children’s successes—are effectively presented.
Klan: Killing America by Ken Rossignol: The story of the rise, fall, and resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan is told through the actual news articles that appeared in newspapers across America during that time period, from inception after the Civil War to the mid-1920s. The KKK were America’s most successful serial killers. In the event you believe you knew a bit about the KKK, take this trip back into history.
Listen to Your Soul and Heal Your Body of Chronic Disease by Meirav Harel: Do you want to recover from your diseases and end the pain once and for all? Do you want to get rid of those pills? Do you have the courage to discover the true reason that you are ill? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then this book is absolutely mandatory for you. In simple and flowing language, the author will tell you what you must do in order to embark on a voyage of self-healing, about the connection between body and soul, and how disease is actually a message from the soul.
The Ultimate Whole Foods Instant Pot Cookbook by Julia Schulte: Instant Pot cooking saves your time and effort and still allows you to prepare all the meals your family loves, and even more! Read it today and see how many healthy and delicious meals you can cook in your Instant Pot!
True Crime 2017: Homicide & True Crime Stories of 2017 by Jack Rosewood: Get your hands on True Crime 2017, our Annual True Crime Anthology. In this true crime release, we’ve compiled some of the most gripping and gruesome crime stories of 2017. Get your copy FREE TODAY!
The Manual (Stoic Philosophy Book 1) by Epictetus, Sam Torode: Anxious? Overwhelmed? Unhappy? “The Manual” is the classic, practical guide to freedom, contentment, effective action, and peace of mind. This new edition is rendered in contemporary language by Sam Torode.
The Great Book of American Trivia by Bill O’Neill: Jump into this amazing book of Trivia about America and you’ll learn a bunch of interesting stories, facts and trivia that are really remarkable but true. Turn the pages as you learn more and more about the history of the US, but do it the fun way with The Great Book of American Trivia!
Cruising the Mediterranean by Al Lockwood: Chosen best nonfiction book by Seven Sisters Book Awards and gold medal winner of Wishing Shelf Book Awards, ‘Cruising the Mediterranean’ is a joyful exploration of some of Europe’s grandest cities. From Amsterdam’s Red Light District and Athens’ Acropolis lift to Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, Al & Sunny Lockwood share delicious fun, playful adventure, and dazzling beauty.
In First Person by Lucy Paz: Alice was beside herself when her first war loomed in Israel. A baby in Poland, her mother gave her away to save her from the Nazi death camps. Was this war now happening so that Alice could feel what her mother did when she gave her child away?
Miraculous Parenting by Shai Orr: Miraculous Parenting is for parents who want to feel excited about their parenting, who are willing to ask tough questions about the way we all were raised. You can build your family’s home on entirely new foundations: honesty, intimacy, and complete trust and without threats, punishment, or preaching. This book provides a way to strengthen the love and trust that connects us.
Vegetarian Weight Loss by Jonathan Vine: The Vegetarian Weight Loss diet is simple and fun to follow, whether you go vegan or vegetarian your body will experience a complete transformation! Vegetarian Weight Loss is written for anyone who wants to lose weight fast while following one of the healthiest and easiest ways to eat! Not only will you start to feel great but you will be shedding all those unwanted pounds too!
Stop Procrastinating by Nils Salzgeber: In this brand new book, you’ll discover innovative strategies such as the 5-second rule, self-compassion, emotion management, urge surfing, or instant habits — all designed to help you overcome procrastination once and for all.
As a Man Thinketh — 21st Century Edition by James Allen, Charles Conrad: Learn how your thoughts shape your character and circumstances in life. This is James Allen’s classic guide to freedom, prosperity, and peace of mind, paraphrased in contemporary language. Take charge of your thoughts and create the life you want!
Wreck of the Whale Ship Essex by Owen Chase: The amazing true story of survival after the angry whale hit the Essex, sinking her and leaving crewmen 2,000 miles from land in the South Pacific. This story is what inspired Melville to write Moby Dick after he interviewed Owen Chase, but Melville’s work was fiction and left out the aftermath. Enjoy this true sea adventure told by two survivors and other instances of whale attacks and cannibalism.
Red Clay Girl by Emilie Spaulding: Sparkling wit and storytelling highlight these true tales of growing up in rural Georgia in the middle of the twentieth century. For fans of Fannie Flagg and Lee Smith.
You Are Meant To Sing by Helane Marie Anderson: This free eBook presents a 10-step process for transforming your voice and learning how to harness your personal power muscles to sing. Discover the reasons why you have been too silent and overcome them as you acquire tools for using vocal expression to heal yourself. And most importantly, reconnect with a wellspring of inner joy through singing.
God Has Purposed Your Child by Patricia Flanagan Stanek: God has given our children so many gifts. Children are a heritage of the Lord. His desire is that our children know what their gifts are and use them to fulfill His Plan and Purpose in their lives. The 21st Century has a multitude of opportunities just waiting to be discovered by this generation. This book is a tool for parents to use with their children to learn about what God has for them and what God has done for them.