So You’re Divorced, So What?

So You’re Divorced, So What? is a pragmatic and uplifting guide to recovering from a divorce and claiming the life you’ve always wanted. Shaunna Lee has successfully recovered from divorce three times, and candidly shares her experience in navigating these wrenching events. All three times she’s found strengths she didn’t know she had, and has emerged as a clear-eyed and compassionate coach for women navigating their own life journey.

This is not a “How to Get Divorced” book, but rather an inspirational take on how to truly thrive in your newly single life, regardless of how long it’s been since the ink dried on your divorce decree.

This book is for you if you are…

  • Ready to shift your feelings of loss and chaotic emotions into a sense of peace and well-being.
  • Ready to transform your relationship with your ex into one that is easy and smooth.
  • Ready to become the most supportive mother possible for your children.
  • Ready to let go of your anger and shame once and for all.
  • Ready to take action and create a life of your dreams.

Meet Shaunna Lee

Shaunna Lee is an author in various genres with So You’re Divorced, So What as her debut self-improvement book. She is also a life coach for divorced women who creates digital content in the self-help space. She currently lives in Round Rock, Texas with her only son and youngest daughter after successfully launching two daughters into adulthood. She writes about parenting, positive mindset, and provides inspiration for living your best life despite your relationship status on her blog.

You can find out more about Shaunna and sign up for her newsletter at shaunnalee.com.

A Manhood Doctrine:A Survival Guide Versus Societal Shifts & Ideological Subversion

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In 1963, The Feminine Mystique was published. The second wave of Feminist goals followed from its publication.

A Manhood Doctrine discusses the origins, results, and ongoing malaise facing not only the United States, but also the majority of the Western world. The author presents the issue in three parts: societal radicalization, family history, and individual responsibility and action.

From the family story of a left-leaning son, of a single mom, to facing the future individually, the author provides a theory of self-development approach and insights from forty plus years of “failures” and more recent improvements. Derived out of Maslow’s hierarchy pyramid, the keystone habits of health and energy form the foundation and supports one’s trek to growth. Career, knowledge, finance, relationships, and legacy lead to a path of self-fulfillment. This is meant to thwart the ideological pushes of the 21st century. Men must weigh out their future interactions in a different light and assess risks therein.

Mr. Powers provides the links to the history, his intimate path trekked, for good and ill, and a better way ahead as surmised in a Self-Fulfillment model.

A Manhood Doctrine does not speak for all men. But it hopes to dent the psyche of those that wonder why this reality is not as expected from the years of social conditioning. It serves up data to buttress the argument against much of what has been taught and a way out to a better you.

Mr. Powers holds an MBA from Valparaiso University and an Industrial Engineering degree from Purdue University. He lives in West Lafayette, Indiana.

No Fences in Alaska (Bargain Book $0.99)

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Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal Award – Young Adult Social Issues
 
“A love letter to family relationships and Alaskan life, No Fences in Alaska is a gratifying young adult novel.” -Foreword Reviews

“All told, readers will find No Fences in Alaska impossible to put down.” -BlueInk Starred Review 

“Gorgeously written… dazzling… masterful!” -Authors Reading 

Their worlds are about to come crashing down…

At sixteen years old, Harper Lyon’s life is spinning out of control. She threatens her parents with suicide unless she can meet her drug-dealing boyfriend, a college student who doesn’t know she’s pregnant. Cooper Lyons, her estranged grandfather, lives in rural Alaska with only his dog and cat for company. He has just been diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s, and he doesn’t plan on letting the disease run its course. Harper needs to escape her parents and decide what to do about the baby. She and her grandpa are worlds apart, but they may be exactly what the other needs. When Harper calls her grandfather, he welcomes the opportunity to help her and redeem his previous failure with his daughter Heather, who died from a drug overdose years ago.

Can they save each other?