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Book: 21 Days to Happiness - Increase Your Happiness, Productivity and Energy by Ingrid Kelada
Struggling to find work-life balance? Whether you're feeling overwhelmed and frustrated or just want to increase your happiness, you can learn how in just 10 minutes a day! For some of us, feeling busy or stressed has become the new normal. Others feel okay, but just want a boost to productivity, energy and motivation. Instead of hoping for happiness, what if happiness is something you DO, [...]
 
Book: My Soul to Keep - Volume I by Ashleigh Grant
It has been called many things. It used to be called multiple personality, but the name itself was shrouded by layers of misconceptions. Now it has a more clinical-sounding name, one that I feel is even more woefully inaccurate. I still refer to it as a separated personality. This book became an integral part of my own healing process. It began it as a personal journal more than twenty years ago [...]
 
Book: The Wake Up and Dream Challenge by Dr. Barbara Lavi
The Wake Up and Dream Challenge is more than a self-help book. Using vivid stories Dr. Barbara Lavi, clinical psychologist, shows how clients charted their way to happy more fulfilling lives. At any age, rich or poor, healthy or physically challenged, this book will start you on a path to transform your life. Originally, the author's intent was to write a self-help book about the innovative [...]
 
Book: Sensually Gone! by Alles VorLoren, Elerie Loren Crawley
In "Sensually Gone!", Alles Vorloren lightly fictionalizes her bipolar disorder diagnosis as a novel where a doctor and patient converse, tracing the roots of various mental illnesses. Alles Vorloren has created an unusual hybrid of a novel and self-help guide for those suffering from bipolar disorder or struggling with a borderline personality. The book is structured as a conversation between a [...]
 
Book: The Essential Guide To Confidence by Elaine Sihera
What is Confidence? How do we become confident in the first place? How do we know if someone is really confident, or just pretending? What are the key attributes of a confident person? We are all aware of this common word, but not much is really known about Confidence and its true power. The Essential Guide To Confidence, a ground-breaking book that proposes a NEW THEORY of the nature of [...]
 
Book: How To Diagnose Your Character - Using Psychology To Create an In-Depth Character by Joshua Hoyt
Take Your Characterization Skills To The Next Level! By following the guidelines in this book you will create powerful characters that readers will want to know more and more about. Praise for How to Diagnose Your Character: The League of Utah Writers Non-Fiction Winner of 2013 (Golden Quail award) "This book is absolutely fantastic for helping with fictional character development." - C - "This [...]
 
Book: A Stoner's Guide to Enlightenment - The Psychology of Spirituality by D.i.K. Doty
If you want to know what you are read this book. This is the book both Hillary and Donald have tried to ban. The KKK and the NAACP recently united to burn it. Israeli and Palestinian factions have joined to condemn it. 20% of people who have read this book have gone insane. The other 80% have never read it.
 
Book: Breaking Down the Brain - Study Guide for Neurology and Psychology by D Carnley
Our brain is a very complex organ with billions of nerves and synapses. It controls our movement, breathing, sleeping, coordination, problem solving, handwriting, memory, hearing, and seeing. It also is where emotions and thoughts form. Exercise your brain for success. Your brain is a living organ, just like exercise can change your body, you can exercise and change your brain Are you frustrated [...]
 
Book: The Psychology of Music Performance Anxiety by Dianna T. Kenny
Why are some performers exhilarated and energized about performing in public, while others feel a crushing sense of fear and dread, and experience public performance as an overwhelming challenge that must be endured? What are the factors that produce such vastly different performance experiences? Why have consummate artists like Frederic Chopin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Pablo Cassals, Tatiana [...]
 
Book: Dead Write - A Forensic Handwriting Mystery by Sheila Lowe
Sheila Lowe's mysteries "just keep getting better," [American Chronicle] thanks to feisty forensic handwriting expert Claudia Rose, who knows that when it comes to solving a murder, sometimes the pen can be mightier than the sword. Claudia heads to the Big Apple at the behest of Grusha Olinetsky, the notorious founder of an elite dating service whose members are mysteriously dying. The assignment [...]
 
Book: Taken Already by Yaagneshwaran G
When Arjun, who had fallen head over heels for his colleague Anita, realizes that she is engaged to his close friend, who knew her by a different name at a different place, all hell broke loose. As Sam Chacko investigates, he ends up uncovering a baffling mystery. He tries hard not to panic and soon understands that when hormones take over the intellect, it can ruin your life.
 
Book: Ricochet by Mallory Rowe
If an experience can generate a poem that somehow captures its essence, then a poem -- itself an experience -- can beget a new poem that shares its being. As lovers find in each other their lost halves, these pairs of poems have made each other whole. Peter's responses to Mallory's original haiku help to bookend ideas that we both hold deeply and shared long before we met.
 
Book: Descent by Melanie S. Pronia
Grand Prize Winner of the 2018 Top Female Authors Contest! The Woman - Dana married mother of two has a family she loves! She loves them so much that she has to leave them so they won't contract her disease, which is common but deadly. Embarrassed and ashamed, Dana acknowledges that she has gone insane. The Worm - The pains started in her stomach. They then moved up to her brain where the worm [...]
 
Book: You Don't Have To Be A Jerk by Rita Marie, Cheryl Brunscheen
A guide to relationships and dating. Designed to encourage individuals to think through situations they are involved in. We present the problem; expose the jerky characters; define what real love is and offer the solution. Finally a set of test questions aids the serious-minded reader to evaluate his or her love relationship with a potential mate. It's all in an effort to find the right person.
 
Book: Living Without False Guides by Timur Kustarev
'False guides'? Here, this term does not mean what many of you think. ___ Have you ever heard such a term as "voluntary self-delusion"? It is something that happens to almost everybody, without people even realizing it. The reason is that there exist incorrect mental attitudes in our mind. These attitudes result in us getting ourselves entangled in illusions, setting unnecessary goals for [...]
 
Book: Father of Lies by Sarah England
Best-Selling Occult Horror Series: 'The most riveting and exciting read since the late, great James Herbert!' Book 1 - 'Father of Lies' Book 2 - 'Tanners Dell' Book 3 - 'Magda' 'Boy did this pack a punch and scare me witless..' 'Scary as hell...What I thought would be mainstream horror was anything but...' 'Not for the faint-hearted. Be warned - this is very, very dark subject matter.' 'A truly [...]
 
Book: The Speed of Winter - Four Seasons Quintet #1 by B. Morris Allen
Seeds need water, sun, ... and soil. Elyse was a forbidden child. Her parents gave up their youth for the dream of a new start for humanity. They broke the rules to give their daughter a head start. But when their colony ship arrives, the target planet is a ball of ice, and Elyse is left to watch the adults around her cope with devastating failure, and try to make something out of her own life at [...]
 
Book: Crown of Stars by Mallory Rowe
Crown of Stars is Mallory Rowe's fourth and largest book. This collection of haiku is the culmination of five years of work using the haiku format. Mallory combines all of her previous subject matters to create a total world of observations and insight. Some readers' reviews: "Mallory is a poet on the top of her game, I've enjoyed her past works and this one feels like a culmination of sorts, [...]
 
Book: A Radiant Womb by Mallory Rowe
A Radiant Womb is Mallory Rowe's third book and is devided into two sections: As Above and So Below. Mallory explores tge connection of all living things in this book.All things come from the Universe and her radiant womb. Some reviews: "Mallory hits it out of the park once again, with this almost all too brief treatise on hope and hopelessness. Her imagery is stunning, and her command of form [...]
 
Book: The Cure for Love - A novel about Life's Most Sublime Affliction by Michael O.L. Seabaugh
The first rule of psychotherapy is to do no harm and Dr. Jack Cochran, an experienced psychologist, was surely aware of this when he accepted Andrew as a patient. How could he have known that this earnest young man, who contacted him because he needed help navigating a difficult relationship with his mercurial fiancee, would throw the doctor into an ethically murky journey, one with twists and [...]
 
Book: The Mindbender by Keith Lawson
Ike Turner is a self-confessed mass murderer. For small town Detective Frank Harman it seems like an open and shut case but there is something strange about Turner. When the killer claims that he is part of an organisation capable of mind control Frank is certain that his prisoner is insane. But Turner's predictions start to come true ... If he is what he claims then the whole world is in trouble [...]
 
Book: Be Who You Are - A Father's Empowering Message about the Point of Life by Jimmy Brandmeier
How does a father shelter his children from the pain of losing their passion, losing their smile, and losing what they love to do amidst the challenges of growing up? Award-winning composer and author Jimmy Brandmeier believes the only possible failure is failing to be who you are. No matter how successful your life may look on the outside, inauthentic living is a sickness that sucks your life [...]
 
Book: Invest in Your Creative Capital by Lawrence J-E. Poole
This is the definitive book on the creative SELF-Empowerment process. It demystifies the difference between reacting to life's circumstances and becoming more creative. The author has tapped into the "deep wisdom" in Nature and translated the order he finds there into a guide based on the human quest for love, joy and passion for life. Lawrence Poole is uniquely qualified to have written this [...]
 
Book: An Uncommon Vocabulary by Jim Boyd
There are two activities in life that are essential to one's happiness. The first is to have one's day (to explore, engage and enjoy life), and the second is to say one's say (to say the words to oneself and/or to others that one needs to say). "An Uncommon Vocabulary" is an A to Z book of common words and phrases that are described in a manner better suited to them in the opinion of the author.
 
Book: Glitch by N.M. Lombardi
Responsible for reconditioning used androids for resale, Marguerite unexpectedly finds herself shepherd over Gabriel, a synthetic who's suffered a lifetime of experimental abuse at the hands of a sadistic owner. Now she must address his psychological damage as well, a task made no easier by the looming threat that his abuser may want him back. Set in the same universe as Nicole Lombardi's other [...]
 
Book: Meditations of a Modern Warrior by Paul 'Rock' Higgins
In today's often violent world, accepting the warrior path as a way of life is not the prerogative of the modern soldier. We now have warriors in every walk of life, civilian warriors, law enforcement warriors, executive protection warriors, and of course, military warriors. This first volume gives insight into how being a modern warrior impacts our everyday life, how we live through physical and [...]
 
Book: Oh, Wow! This Changes Everything! by Melody Brooke, MA, LPC, LMFT
Oh! WOW! gives you the tools to face difficult relationships, conflicts, communication problems, customer service issues, manage change, or improve teamwork. Melody's proven techniques work in the most stressful situations to help entrenched parties bridge the gap between their irreconcilable stances. Her model transforms lives and dramatically improves the quality of their lives and [...]
 
Book: Memoirs from the Asylum by Kenneth Weene
What is it like to work inside a state hospital or to be a patient in such a hospital? What is it like to live inside the mind of such a patient? This tragi-comedic novel takes the reader inside the asylum, inside the worlds of three central characters: a narrator who has taken refuge from his fears of the world, a psychiatrist whose own life has been damaged by his father's depression, and a [...]
 
Book: Resonance by Michael Bibler
Trevor Tobin, a Kansas City attorney, is in the middle of a controversial self-discovery. Does he leave his wife to pursue a former love interest who is also now married with children? Or does he find methods to overcome his anger and damaged perceptions for the continuity of his family? As Trevor navigates his issues, he becomes distracted by connecting with information and feedback from various [...]
 
Book: Dusk Before Dawn - Poems by Jessica Knauss
From back cover: These poems represent the most formative years in the creative life of the author. Moving ever closer to a different reality, Knauss presents the reader with a world in which anything is possible. Experience the horror, the laughter, the sorrow and the joy as she takes us on a physical, psychological, and spiritual journey through words.
 
Book: Amy's Hero (Tales of the Ragoon) by Stan Morris
Amy's parents have a problem. Their daughter is withdrawing from life. The Ragoon have a solution. Sort of. What happens when a fearful young woman is suddenly made the subject of a rehabilitation project run by alien psychologists? And who is that guy she is forced to interact with? Will Amy find happiness?
 
Book: Mugamore by Dr. Jonathan T. Jefferson
This book was developed to compare the real life educational experiences of an average child during the last generation in which the United States led the world in education to a real child's experiences today (when the United States is no longer in the top 20). The practice of labeling students with a disability has reached the status of a dangerous standard practice. Increasing demands for [...]
 
Book: Looking Inward - 50 Haiku for Reflection & Introspection by Mallory Rowe
Looking Inward gives readers 50 haiku that inspire introspection. There are five sections By contemplating the nature of our universe, the reader will understand themselves more. The depths of each person are endless, and the poems in this book help each person search those depths. One reviewer wrote: "So much of the beauty rendered through haiku lives in the words evanescing into a natural image [...]
 
Book: In The Beginning by Allen Pollens
You made an important decision in the past, maybe a long time ago. It was a choice between two significant directions. It might have been an educational choice... perhaps whether to marry a certain person... to take "job a" instead of "job b"... and so on. Now, years later, it troubles you, and the question of whether or not it was the right choice lingers in your mind... haunts you. If only you [...]
 
Book: Handwriting of the Famous and Infamous by Sheila Lowe
Handwriting communicates much more than what is committed to paper. A quick note, a carefully composed letter, an autograph or a scribble also reveals a great deal about the personality of the writer. What are the clues to look for in a person's writing and what do they reveal? What do they tell experts that the writer might prefer to keep hidden? Join expert graphologist Sheila Lowe for an [...]
 
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