In Search of Happiness in Marriage: Secrets Revealed for Happy Marriage

Having over thirty years of service experience in the Indian Air Force, mingling with various classes of societies, the author has come across different couples with multifarious faces having problems in their marital life. He has analyzed and found that the majority were trivial which were blown out of proportion to burst as they reached an epitome of aggravation like a volcano that erupted which could have been resolved before reaching the ultimate tensile strength. This book is written with the sole objective of pouring a little consoling solace to such partners to find ways to resolve the differences between them by putting efforts to realize the atmosphere of the growth of the other and the culture in bringing up, to take corrective measures before things get flared up and to deter escalation by any chance by sluicing and blowing out without letting the flame go out of proportion.

Meet M K Devidasan

M K Devidasan is a graduate of electronics and telecommunication engineering with a postgraduate diploma in business management. He had served in the Indian Air Force for 32 years as a Technical Officer. During his tenure, he participated in the 1962 Indo-China War, 1965 Indo – Pak war, and 1971 Indo – Pak war. His leadership qualities and commanding power gave him opportunities to command the guard of honor twice to Zail Singh, the President of India, and once to Indira Gandhi, the Prime Minister, in 1984. He is creative-minded and has published sixteen novels, all well-received by the reader community. He produced a Malayalam feature film in 2023, titled “Krishna Kripa Sagaram,” based on his novel “Marriage in Heaven,” which was accepted by the mass community at the box office. Fil also garnered many Indian and International film awards. His latest book, titled “In Search of Happiness in Marriage- Secrets Revealed for Happy Marriage,” was awarded the “Golden Book Award” of 2024.

A Violent Hope

Ericka Clay is a published novelist and poet. As a former atheist turned believer, she seeks to write raw, real, relatable books that have a heart for Jesus. She’s been awarded several times by Writer’s Digest for her short fiction pieces and is working on her latest novel, A Bird Alone (due to be published January 2024). She lives in Northwest Arkansas with her husband, daughter, and an insatiable need to push buttons, both figuratively and literally. You can learn more about Ericka at

Meet Ericka Clay

Hey everyone! My name’s Ericka, and I’m a published novelist and poet. As a former atheist turned believer, I seek to write raw, real, relatable books that have a heart for Jesus. I’ve been awarded several times by Writer’s Digest for my short fiction pieces and just pubilshed my latest novel, A Bird Alone (available on Amazon). I live in Northwest Arkansas with my husband, daughter, and an insatiable need to push buttons, both figuratively and literally. You can learn more about me at

You Should Pray

Laura is a single mother who loves her daughter Audrey and would do anything for her.
When Audrey struggles in school, drawing a shadow-man on desktops uncontrollably, Laura finds a psychologist to assist.
With the help of Dr. Renaud, she learns Audrey possesses amazing abilities.
But there’s a downside.
By the time she uncovers it, it’s too late.
Audreys’ desire for power grows out of control, then Laura struggles to contain her – until someone new arrives.
Someone she hopes can help.

Meet Chris Michael

Chris Michael is arguably the best writer to come along since that person who wrote the book about that thing. The one where people were in trouble, trying to figure out how to resolve an issue. In the beginning of the story… they failed to fix it, but in the end, they found something that helped.
After that, they solved it -kind of?- because another problem came along.
It was worse than the first one.
He’s the probably best author since that individual.
That person was amazing.

Unknown Treasures

Dean inherits a cedar chest and is going through it one cold day. He discovered a tiny piece of paper the size of a business card. It had his grandfather’s name on it and his birthplace was Dawsonville, Ga. He makes sure he is in Dawsonville the next morning when the courthouse is open. Dean’s father was born in Texas and his grandparents visited relatives in Texas often. Why hadn’t anyone spoken of Dawsonville? Why hadn’t he heard of family in Dawsonville? What will Dean discover? How will he react? Take this adventure with Dean as he discovers how different and interesting family situations can be. If you like short stories of surprises that are true, then you will love Unknown Treasures. Gray your free copy of Unknown Treasures and Start the journeys of surprise Now!

Meet Dorot

Dorothy Wehunt believes that each of us has the right to be successful and has within us what we need to do so. Dorothy has a MS in psychology and has helped others to achieve their goals through her training programs and coaching for more than fifteen years. Dorothy has published three self-help books – “Build Self-Esteem,” “Rise Up to Yourself: Greater Success Awaits,” and “Achieve Success with Self-Esteem.” Through her writing of self-help books, she hopes to help others believe in their abilities and themselves and their goals and dreams. And thus, take positive and needed action with confidence to achieve them and become the person they really want to be. And she he has three true short story books published – “Unknown Treasures”, “Unexpected Memories”, “Memorable Choices.” She hopes her books of true short stories of inspiration, motivation, and lessons learned encourage and inspire others. And give insight into situations to find solutions to challenges. Thus, motivate others to act to achieve in life and to find happiness.

Genetic Parenting

Living for our children is inseparable from living for our genes. They command our attention and demand our commitment. Genetic Parenting is a guide to how we secure our genetic survival – the very purpose of our lives – by doing what is right for our children. It is by giving our offspring the best chance in life that we are more likely to be genetically successful; we are more likely to secure our genetic continuation. Genetic Parenting comprises a mix of parenting principles, parenting psychology and practical advice, taking the reader through the various stages of parenting and the requirements for being a genetically driven parent.

Meet Steve Oxley

Fascinated by the influence of our genes on our development I have written widely on the subject of genetics with a particular focus on our evolution in relation to society.

Fly, die!

A seagull in an English seaside town acquires a taste for hunting and killing cats. Embarking on a killing spree, the bird inadvertently adds to an adolescent boy’s woes while causing paranoia in local cats. As the cat population diminishes, a brilliant Abyssinian called Joseph chances upon the truth and sets out to restore natural law where cats are the predators, and birds are their victims. Although media and public pressure to catch the cat killer builds, a recession and the uncertainty of Brexit means the underfunded civil service isn’t too interested in solving cat deaths. Eventually, after much public pressure, Constables Franklin and Wilkin are put on the case. Stumbling upon evidence via social media, they find their killer. Unfortunately, their deductive reasoning is flawed, resulting in an innocent teenager taking the fall, adding to his already significant problems. Mrs Crick is only too aware of nature’s cruelty, and although a lover of wildlife, especially the sparrows that play in her garden, nature shocks and scares her sometimes. Having already overcome many traumas in her long life, she suffers more as the seagull and his family reside on her roof. Nature is cruel, but the bloated British civil service is more cruel. And corrupt and stupid, too. Most species try to protect their families, but life is hard, and DNA adapts slowly to cope with environmental changes. While most evolve for the better, humanity seems to get worse and worse. A dark social satire (depending on your point of view), telling a tale about nature, family and politics.

Meet Steven Ryan

At the time of writing, Steve was a middle-aged man with a lacklustre career history. With few strings to his bow, he tried breaking from mundanity by writing a book for the challenge and in the misguided hope of becoming a millionaire. Unconcerned by his glaring lack of ability, he strove to submerge strangers in the absurdity of his imagination. Drawing inspiration from his love of nature, its beauty, simplicity and cruelty. Fly, die! was inspired by Steve’s life and the starkness of life’s unfairness. Although a believer in the maxim, “If you don’t laugh, you will cry,” life elicits many tears, his only hope being that his story provides a little food for thought along with the tears.

Challenging the Story: A Surprisingly Simple Approach to Support Children with Challenging Behaviours

Supporting kids with challenging behaviours can be difficult – but change the narrative, and you may be surprised.

Most children will behave in challenging ways at some point, but persistent and difficult-to-deal-with behaviours can have a negative impact on relationships and learning.

For educators, health professionals and caregivers who find traditional methods of behaviour management ineffective, Challenging The Story offers a fresh perspective and actionable strategies for positive change.

Read this book to:

• Approach challenging behaviours with curiosity and compassion

• Apply innovative, proven strategies to encourage positive behaviour while treating kids with respect and kindness

• Build strong bonds with children and create an environment of trust and mutual respect

• Improve your skills in dealing with difficult behaviours in a variety of scenarios

• Guide children towards significant, lasting change and a new, more positive narrative for a brighter future

Meet David Jereb

Dave Jereb is a visionary paediatric occupational therapist who has shown unwavering commitment to enhancing the lives of children for over two decades. Dave and his equally dedicated wife, Kathy, co-founded MoveAbout Therapy Services in 2008 and have revolutionised paediatric occupational therapy in Australia. Central to Dave’s philosophy is the belief ‘We support the people who support the kids’.
Dave passionately advocates the best way to assist children is by empowering the adults in their lives –parents, caregivers, allied health professionals and educators –with the tools to read, understand and positively influence their behaviour. This core principle is evident in MoveAbout’s promise to offer unparalleled therapy and support, ensuring that children, regardless of their differences, have the opportunity to lead meaningful lives and become valued and valuable members of their communities.
A staunch advocate for continuous learning and development, Dave, in collaboration with Kathy, crafted the MoveAbout Activity Cards and
developed transformative workshops, including ‘A Dynamic Approach to Regulation and Behaviour’ and ‘Connecting with Kids with ASD’. Dave’s contributions also include co-presenting the online course ‘STEPPSI: A Tool For Effective Clinical Reasoning’ with Tracy Stackhouse, and the in-person
live course ‘Sensory Defensiveness: A Comprehensive Treatment Approach’ alongside Dr Julia Wilbarger.
Beyond the bounds of MoveAbout, Dave has been a guiding star to early career OTs and the businesses who employ them, battling burnout and striving to nurture their professional growth. As a mentor and coach, he’s passionate about uplifting the community, fostering connections and injecting a playful spirit into the process of lifelong learning. His expertise shines through multiple platforms, from podcasts like Chatabout Children with Sonia Bestulic, Private Practice Made Perfect with Cathy Love, Run Like Clockwork and Holly the OT Podcast to enriching series on the MoveAbout Therapy Services YouTube channel, such as Beach Topics and MoveAbout Supervision Sessions.
In every endeavour, Dave brings along his relentless dedication, keen insights and an unwavering spirit of service. With his vast experience and a heart anchored in making a difference, he is undeniably shaping a brighter future for paediatric OT in Australia.

Room For Another: A Courageous Adoption Story Based on True Events

A Courageous Adoption Story Based on True Events

Every choice you make carries a consequence. What if your consequence was an unwanted pregnancy?

Having retired from teaching and journalism, Theresa receives a phone call from a friend asking for a favor. Would she help out two girls who are struggling with a high school writing assignment?

Theresa graciously agrees to share part of her life for the biographical paper. She surprises her unsuspecting young interviewers with stories of a broken childhood, tales of love found and lost, and the strength summoned to make the hardest decision of her life.

The sharing of her past not only provides fodder for Theresa’s students, but also prepares herself for one of the most impactful introductions yet to come.

Room For Another is a fictionalized account based on true life events of author Diane M. Dresback’s biological mother. The one thing that Diane learned about her mother was that it didn’t matter if you were blood, step, half, ex, in-law, adopted, or anywhere in-between—everyone was family and she always had room in her heart for another.

Meet Diane M. Dresback

Diane M. Dresback loves to tell stories through novels, self-help books, and films. Novels about ordinary people that bump into or discover challenges they must overcome. Often tales that are present day dramatic but also encompass the hint of a science fiction element to make things interesting. Her latest fiction story is a trilogy that begins with one character waking up in a stranger’s body. Most recent non-fiction is a book that compiles 25 stories from women who share their struggles and their triumphs in order to bring hope and inspiration to others.

In 2007, Diane M. Dresback began working in the independent film industry in Arizona. She has completed over 35 short films as writer, director, and producer and has won numerous awards for her efforts. She has written several feature length screenplays, including one she also co-produced called PARANOIA. Diane received the 2012 Arizona Filmmaker of the Year Award by the Phoenix Film Foundation.

Diane has over 27 years in corporate Human Resources and Training experience with most of that time in management and executive level positions in the financial and travel industries. She holds a Masters degree in Adult Education and a Bachelors degree in Human Services.

Learning Potty Training in a Weekend

Do you want to ditch the diapers but are tired of one-size-fits-all potty training books that don’t work?

Fret not! You can learn the basics of potty training in just 3 days! This book offers effective, flexible, and realistic potty training solutions for toddlers ages 1 to 3.


  • Healthy, stress-free, and proven methods that cater to different situations.
  • step-by-step plan for 2 primary approaches: intensive 3-day potty training approach and gradual approach.
  • Real-life examples with practical solutions.
  • Understand your child’s cues of elimination and readiness like never before.
  • Learn the differences between daytime and nighttime potty training.
  • Potty training myths debunked.

Grab your copy today and head toward potty training success!

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Madam Bonfree is an aspiring author and mother of three. She lives in Florida with her loving family and dogs. She loves sharing knowledge and wisdom related to parenting, mental health, and passive income to help people get through the mundane yet troubling issues of life.

Embracing Positive Discipline: A Parent’s Guide to Calming Chaos and Creating Connections

Strengthen Family Bonds and Save Your Sanity!

This guide, written with compassion and understanding, is designed for parents who are seeking a more balanced and harmonious family life. It offers practical strategies and insightful advice to help you transform your parenting approach, fostering a sense of calm while deepening the bonds within your family. It will take you from reactive to proactive, from stressed to composed, and from disconnected to intricately connected with your children.

Positive discipline presents a holistic approach to parenting that goes beyond traditional punishment and reward systems. Instead, it focuses on building self-discipline, resilience, and emotional intelligence in children. It encourages parents to understand their child’s behavior before responding, leading to more effective and positive outcomes.

Positive Discipline: A Parent’s Guide to Calming Chaos and Creating Connections is an invaluable resource for parents wishing to foster an environment of respect, love, and mutual understanding at home. Learn how to turn misbehavior into opportunities for growth and connection, creating a home environment where everyone thrives. Embrace the change and watch as your family dynamics transform, one positive interaction at a time.