Tag: non-fiction

A Hero’s Heart

A Hero’s Heart

| June 28, 2019

“A Hero’s Heart is compelling, but difficult reading, narrating a life of abandonment, physical and sexual abuse, serious illness and loss. But it also offers a course in survival, even from the severest of tragedies.” –IndieReader A Hero’s Heart is a true story of victory, captivatingly told for the first time, from the survivor herself. […]

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Me and My Trumpet: A Musician’s Memoir

Me and My Trumpet: A Musician’s Memoir

| June 13, 2019

Morris (Moe) Miller’s Musician’s Memoir (mmmmm – tasty) includes a cast of characters, most of whom are long gone: up there somewhere in the sky, acting, dancing, singing, or playing in an orchestra or big band. Miller speaks for them, to them, and about them. His account includes thumbnail sketches of colleagues and personal interactions […]

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TIGHTROPE

TIGHTROPE

| June 6, 2019

I was a single parent for many years and along the way discovered that the most important thing in life to me is being a mum. Having battled low self-esteem throughout most of my life, I found I could express myself through writing poetry. I have always enjoyed writing and now feel ready to share […]

A Tortuous Path: Atonement and Reinvention in a Broken System

A Tortuous Path: Atonement and Reinvention in a Broken System

| May 24, 2019

Awarded the Readers’ Favorite® 5-Star Seal (2019). In this thought-provoking sequel to his first memoir, Trauma, Shame, and the Power of Love: The Fall and Rise of a Physician who Heals Himself, former elite cancer doctor and researcher, Christopher Pelloski, chronicles his compelling journey from federal incarceration to halfway house detention to the first few […]

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On the Journey of Just Being: Finding Yourself on The Greatest Paths of Purpose

On the Journey of Just Being: Finding Yourself on The Greatest Paths of Purpose

| May 11, 2019

YOU CAN BE GROWING BOLDER while becoming the best version of yourself.   LET’S FACE IT, the paths we take in our lives can be daunting, enclosed by our own unknowing, and at times oddly impersonal, even though it is us that decide a great deal of our courses. Though, On the Journey of Just […]

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Bust Your Fears: A personal guide to making smarter decisions faster

Bust Your Fears: A personal guide to making smarter decisions faster

| April 13, 2019

Do you have a difficult decision to make or a conversation you’re dreading to have? Is there a dilemma that’s keeping you up at night? This mini book gets down to the essentials quickly to show how you can reel in your fears and make smarter decisions faster. Discover three simple tools you can apply within […]

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My Heaven and Hell: A true story of love and schizophrenia

My Heaven and Hell: A true story of love and schizophrenia

| March 21, 2019

My name is Ruth Gordon. I was born in Switzerland in 1950 and left at the age of 16 to pursue my ballet career. This journey brought me to England in 1969 where I met Simon Gordon, a fine ballet pianist and conductor, in 1978. Two weeks later we were married. Unbeknownst to me Simon […]

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Whales In The Desert: The use of metaphors in therapy

Whales In The Desert: The use of metaphors in therapy

| March 14, 2019

“In this richly argued and illustrated book, Dr Jonathan Lloyd shows how transformative metaphors can be. He reveals just how metaphorical language, used well, can illuminate the past and present, as well as the therapeutic process.” Professor Michael Jacobs This fascinating, accessible and well researched book is packed with case studies, practical examples and therapeutic […]

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The Rain in Pahang

The Rain in Pahang

| February 7, 2019

During the Malayan guerrilla war in the 1950s, Ah Lin is a Chinese amah, a children’s nurse, to a British family, the Creasleys. Unbeknown to the family Ah Lin is also a secret courier working for the communist guerrillas and her brother is a guerrilla soldier in the jungle. And unbeknown to Ah Lin, Mrs […]

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The Explorer’s Mindset: Unlock Health Happiness and Success the Fun Way

The Explorer’s Mindset: Unlock Health Happiness and Success the Fun Way

| February 2, 2019

Want to change your mindset, but don’t know how?    Let this book be your practical guide to reaching your dreams.   Uncover the wonders your destiny holds by gaining the mindset for happiness and success, The Explorer’s Mindset. Author Francis Shenstone reveals these powerful principles, discovered during his travels to over 70 countries, to […]

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