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REDUCE YOUR ANXIETY AND LIVE IN THE PRESENT MOMENT: It's easy to feel worried when you're surrounded by negativity and headlines full of bad news. With The Mindfulness Journal, you can build a stress-reducing habit that makes you appreciate every single day. UNIQUE, ACTIONABLE PROMPTS: The Mindfulness Journal provides 365 daily writing prompts divided into 52 weekly mindfulness topics. This gives you seven days to fully [...]
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Want to permanently capture those important moments? Or create a daily routine filled with quiet, self-reflection? If so, then the secret is to build the "journal writing habit."The truth is journaling can change your life. With journal writing, you can become healthier, happier, smarter, and more self-aware. In fact, there are numerous science-backed benefits of journal writing. For instance, journaling can help: relieve [...]
The Caravan of Love - Annie's Journal by Annie Lancaster
It's the winter of 2003. Annie and Tom have itchy feet. Living and dying in the same small area of Newcastle, England, and never seeing any other part of the world doesn't appeal to them one bit. But where, on this great big planet, would they be happy? New Zealand or Australia: too far away. Scotland or Yorkshire: not far enough. Spain or France: Too dumb to learn a language! So when Tom is offered a position as a tattoo [...]
The Caravan Revisited - Annie's Journal by Annie Lancaster
Two years have passed since Annie closed the last page of her journal, The Caravan of Love. In The Caravan Revisited her journal continues. But what became of that family living on the edge of madness? Did they turn their back on The Emerald Isle and go back to Newcastle after all? There's only one way to find out. Put the kettle on, stoke the fire and take some time out to peep inside the pages of Annie's Journal where [...]
Tamberlin's Account by Jaime Munt
She may be the last living person in a world full of undead. All she wants is to be remembered... and to stay alive. Read a firsthand account of the zombie apocalypse through the pages of Tamberlin's journal and get lost in an intimate and unflinching portrait of an ordinary woman determined to live in a world where there's little left to live for. Living with a haunting past and a bleak future - it's easy to wonder if such a [...]
Civil War Journal of a Union Soldier by P.C. Zick
Here is a personal account of the Civil War when young men were forced to kill their own countrymen.Harmon Camburn signed up for duty as a Union soldier two weeks after the first shots were fired in the Civil War. He served for the next three years, fighting in both Battles of Bull Run and other skirmishes of the War Between the States. His tour of duty ended with a shot through his lung and capture by Confederate soldiers. [...]
Meditation Journal for Daily Reflection by Jack Baiesi
With this journal you can daily record all your thoughts and reflections before and after the meditation. By your daily recording you may create more awareness and learn more from each meditation.The journal covers 21 days. If after this period you are satisfied with the effects of your meditation, you can repeat the process for other 21 days and so on. Every day begins with a Marcus Aurelius Antoninus meditation.
My Florida Journal (Pambling Roads) by Pamela Ackerson
My Florida Journal helps readers spark their interest with historical trivia and tidbits about Florida. It's an interactive journal designed to nurture creativity and self-motivation. With a small section by the Pambling Roads author sharing her travels, she has included short quips about the places she's been. The second portion features one side for drawings, sketches, or pasting personal pictures, and the other side lined [...]
Ed's Journal - Sportsmanship by Jordan Crowl
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Pains From The Heart - Journal Of A Journey by Emarie
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The Journal of Paul O'Leary - from the city to the outback. by Michael Mardel
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A Principality of Bullets by Timothy Alexander Mason
The story is about a fictional mysterious historian known as Ravengaddafi. After hearing about the infamous gunrunner Choppa, Ravengaddafi travels to the African Sahara to meet with this gun king, and chronicle the truth of his story in his own words. My sisters inspired me to write this book. The style I used was not your standard manuscript format but a book within a book, in the sense I write it specifically as a [...]
A Little Birdie Told Me by Barbara Monier
WHAT DO WE REALLY KNOW ABOUT OUR PARENTS? Summer, 1972. Catherine is thrust headlong into an identity crisis in the lead-up to her sixteenth birthday when her much-adored mother reveals her unexpected plans to marry. To add to this, her beloved twin sister announces she's leaving home for dance school. Left to her own devices too young to work and drive, Catherine embarks on a detective mission to piece together the puzzle of [...]
Ed's Journal - Bullying by Jordan Crowl
The book is about a boy named Ed that illustrates and writes in his journals. Each story is a character word that effects him or his friends. This book is about his best friend Jade getting Bullied at school and Ed and Corey trying to help. Jade is looking for the best way to handle the Bully and goes through three alternative paths. With each path different Jade needs to find the best way to defeat the Bully. We need to help [...]
Our frugal summer in Charente - An Expat's Kitchen Garden Journal by Sarah Jane Butfield
NEW SECOND EDITION - OCTOBER 2016 - Our Frugal Summer In Charente: An Expat's Kitchen Garden Journal - nominated as one of the 'Top 50 Self-Published Books Worth Reading' in the Read Freely Awards 2015. Amazon Reader Review quote: "5 stars for Our frugal summer. I am a foodie!! .loved this book inciting her frugal lifestyle, with superb recipes and life in charente. a must read. by angela." Meet Sarah Jane, a woman with a [...]
Henrietta's Journal - A Life of Compromise by Carolyn P. Schriber
Henrietta Ainesworth grew up in the shadows of the dreamy spires of Oxford, her world filled with black-robed scholars, ageless buildings, and her father's steadfast conviction that the world was as stable and unchanging as the manuscripts over which he presided at the Bodleian Library. Like her father, Henrietta harbored no unchoate longings, no burning ambitions, no restless desire to see the world. She was content with the [...]
Shh! God Is Trying to Tell You Something - Speak Lord, I'm Listening by Shearon Hurst
God still speaks to us. Often it is a quiet whisper, a gentle nudge, a hunch we seem to have. As we look back at our journeys, we notice the places where the Lord has spoken to us, guiding us and encouraging us to press on. Maybe we haven't always listened to that "Still Small Voice," but He has been there the whole time, speaking words of encouragement to our spirits. Inspired by the Lord to write this devotional during [...]
Pearls by Lisa Mills
When graduate student Isabel Palmer moves to her mother's native country of Venezuela to finish her Masters degree, her grandmother presents her with a priceless piece of family history the journal of her ancestor, a sixteenth century Spanish sailor, one of the first Europeans to walk Venezuela's Pearl Coast. Fascinated by the eloquent entries and romantic story within its pages, she begins translating the journal with the [...]
Journal of an Eyewitness by Ken Klopper
He was a boy born into a family where wealth, beauty, and superiority were all-important. Plagued by a physical disability, Joshua could not take his rightful place within the family structure or maintain a meaningful relationship with his successful, business orientated father or his beautiful, conceited, and spiteful sister. Instead, he is forced to withdraw into an isolated and secluded world of books where he only [...]
Cornucopia of My...: The booklet not for reading but for completing by Lina Tyuliep
The Kindle edition of the booklet "Cornucopia of my..." has the same purpose as the published paperback with the identical title, i.e., it is created not for reading but for completing. If you like to keep a diary or a journal, plan something ahead, make lists, etc., and if you want to do it in a digital form, then all these things can be done on the pages of the Kindle edition of the booklet "Cornucopia of My...".
An Eclectic Journal... Thailand by Morgan McFinn
This meandering journal consists of random musings and observations that the author conjured up while living in a wooden bungalow along the Gulf of Siam in Thailand. It is primarily meant to be amusing but, also deals with the death of a friend and the author's platonic relationship with a young woman in Phnom Penh (Cambodia) for whom he is trying to provide a better life. As always with McFinn, there are plenty of [...]
Dream Journal by Nichole Haines
I wanted to shout out but no sound would emerge, I couldn't move, speak and worse I couldn't scream. I couldn't release the huge energy build up of terror from my body, I was sure I was going to explode. I was suspended in in-animation between sleep and wakefulness, hanging in neither world and aware of both, silent, trapped and tormented. The light from the icosahedron hanging just above my head raped my mind, there was no [...]
Divine Purpose - Find the Passion Within by Cynthia Yoder
Are you looking for a greater sense of purpose or meaning in your life? What creates meaning for one person is different than what creates meaning for another. Your purpose can even change throughout your life. This book was written to guide you through the process of discovering what gives you purpose right now. What activities, when you do them, make time stand still? Who do you envy? What have you always done for fun that [...]
End Times I: Rise of the Undead by Shane Carrow
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Sundown Chomp Chomp by Adam Moon
Werewolves! They're everywhere! In the fifty years since the outbreak, what's left of humanity has learned to cope, but it's not always easy. Jack's a cop who protects werewolves from hunters. Since half the planet's infected he has his work cut out for him. Ironically, as he's tracking down these hunters, their would-be victims are in turn tracking him down. As he discovers what caused the initial outbreak he also uncovers a [...]



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