I AM A DIVINE WARRIOR

“Dive into the transformative journey of ‘I AM A DIVINE WARRIOR: Overcoming Trauma with Resilience and Faith’, a captivating memoir by Ms. Alisha Jackson, MSW. In this empowering Christian self-development narrative, readers are invited to witness the author’s courageous voyage through the depths of trauma, guided by unwavering positivity and divine wisdom. Through poignant personal anecdotes and profound insights, the author illuminates a path towards healing and empowerment, inspiring readers to discover their own inner warrior spirit. With practical tools and spiritual guidance, this memoir serves as a beacon of hope, offering solace and strength to those facing adversity. Don’t miss out on this life-changing read, now available at a reduced price from April 7 to June 30. Join the journey of resilience and empowerment today and unleash the warrior within.”

Meet MS.ALISHA JACKSON, MSW

Ms. Alisha Jackson, has an educational background in the following: Associate in Real Estate Bachelor in Liberal Arts Master in Social Work Doctor in Ministry-current doctor student Additionally, she has been in the human and social services industry for over 20 years, as well as the homeless/mental health services for over 15 plus years. Alisha is also an Ordained Minister. Therefore, increasing her ability to continue to empower, motivate, inspire, and provide helpful services to her clients. Alisha has extensive experience that will be used by transferring her education, personal knowledge, and skills toward life coaching, consulting, mentorship, workshops/conferences, and speaking engagements. She is an overcomer of child abuse, domestic violence, divorce, and homelessness. Alisha is an advocate for personal/professional development, generational cycle breaker, trauma recovery, and entrepreneurship.

Blue Black: Rising Above Prejudice in the Modeling industry

Nia Mason, a stunning young black girl from the city, finally lands her dream opportunity as a model, unbeknownst to her, the agency has hidden intentions. However, their deceit is eventually exposed, leaving them to face the consequences of their actions. This inspiring tale highlights Nia’s resilience and triumph over adversity.

Meet Melissa Hudson

Melissa Hudson obtained an MFA degree in English and creative writing, a Master’s degree in education, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. She has appeared on two national television talk shows, and spoken on various radio channels across the country. She was featured in an International women’s magazine and named an international woman of Faith for her extraordinary passion to spread the name and fame of Jesus Christ. Ms. Hudson is an Amazon Bestselling Author of four eBooks. She is a children’s picture book author, a self-help relationship writer, and a novelist. She enjoys spending time with her son, traveling, and writing inspirational materials that seek to make a difference. She is a widow, has one son, and lives in Georgia.

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.

From Us For You: Inspiring Stories of Healing, Growth and Transformation

Twenty-five women (aged 30 to 80) tell stories of how they endured or navigated a variety of struggles and emerged having grown and transformed. Their desire is to share lessons learned to provide you with inspiration, hope, and encouragement. Writers describe experiences like altering limiting mindsets to recognize the value of self-care, listening, and manifesting; escaping emotionally or physically abusive environments and emerging stronger; stripping away restrictive expectations of others and creating authentic and passionate lives; and overcoming life-threatening illness through determination and taking charge. Others claim enough and intentionally discover and pursue more fulfilling careers; face harsh labels and inadequate language to become more compassionate; and find unexpected joy in mentoring and uplifting others. Their stories are important to learn from as they help us be more aware of the complexities of other people. Everybody has a story. Everybody. You will be touched by the resiliency and bravery of these writers as through their words you’ll find reasons to uplift your own life. Net profits from From Us For You book sales will be donated to a designated non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for and assisting women.

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Meet Diane M. Dresback

Diane M. Dresback’s passion for storytelling drives her career as an author, screen- writer, and director. When Diane is not writing books, she’s making films. Diane is a past recipient of the Arizona Filmmaker of the Year Award. Find her at:
dianedresback.com (author) mindclover.com (film)

12 Rules For Mental Toughness: A Simple Guide To Becoming Your Most Heroic Self

You come to a point in life where you realize nobody is coming to save you. You are now the adult in the room – congratulations. At this point, it’s on you to save yourself. To become your own hero and live a life you can be proud of. To become the sort of person who can achieve whatever you set your mind to, and who can stand firm even in challenging situations. Every word and every sentence in this book is designed to help you build the mindset, the character, and the skillset that you’ll need to become this person and live the best life that you can. I wrote this book knowing that the reader is capable of much more than they know. There’s absolutely no reason not to live life as the best version of yourself. If you’re ready to take the journey to become your own Hero, then let this book be your first step. Get it for FREE right now. And please don’t forget to leave a review.

Meet Matt Corvinus

Hi, I’m a part-time non-fiction writer, and I write about a wide range of topics and concepts. I’m passionate about Business, Philosophy, History, Psychology, and Self Improvement. I live in perpetual state of fascination with the human species. I’m ever conscious of our strength and potential. When this potential is unleashed, we absolutely and permanently change the face of the world – for good or ill. I often say that the reason we aren’t immortal gods is that we haven’t yet learned how – not because it’s impossible. A thousand years ago, the idea of humans flying would have been preposterous, but we learned how, and now humans can fly even faster than the speed of sound. Our species has more firepower at its command than the ancient myths ascribe to Zeus and Odin. We can send and receive visions without the need for elaborate rituals (all we have to do is hit “send”). We can take damaged organs out of people and put in new ones. We can attack with pestilence. We can cause deserts to bloom. In short, we’re already quite godlike if you really think about it. This keen awareness of Human Potential has led me to study human beings. I like to learn about how we work / function, the things we have done, the things we can do, how we can improve ourselves for the better, and how we can take better care of ourselves and our world. I want to help people change and improve their lives with my writing. I hope to improve peoples’ mindsets and help them become more benevolent, competent, independent, and satisfied. I also want to learn a lot and unleash my own potential. The most direct route to changing the world is to change people. Think about it: the best thing for this planet is for good people to happen to it. Let me conclude this by saying that I’m a very private person and I’m determined to do my best to stay anonymous. I write under pen names and I have no official social media presence. That might become necessary at some point, but for now, I have no interest or desire for anything like that. I just want to ponder and write. I hope that my readers will immense value from my efforts.

Finding Resilience: Lessons learned from getting lost in the Borneo jungle

When plans for a rendezvous with local guides went awry, author Steve Camkin, Ph.D., and his trekking partner, Mukhtar Makussara, found themselves in a remote corner of the Borneo jungle with little food, no maps, and no local guides. After making their own way, they emerged 16 days later onto a riverbank where they were able to attract the attention of locals who had been searching for them.

Finding Resilience: Lessons Learned from Getting Lost in the Borneo Jungle describes strategies you can use to:
Analyze a life or business situation you have been thrust into;
Deal with emotional and mental disorientation;
Survive, adapt and thrive in ambiguous situations;
Maintain resilience while dealing with setbacks;
Extract learning from life’s challenges.


Meet Steve Camkin

Steve Camkin is the author of the Amazon International Bestseller High Altitude Leadership: Small steps to get you to the top of big mountains. Steve has led or participated in wilderness expeditions for over 35 years on 7 continents including climbing the “Seven Summits.” For the last 13 years, through his own company, he has acted as an international leadership development coach and consultant in 18 countries. Prior to that held leadership positions inside global high-tech companies. He has served in the Australian and New Zealand Armies, as an Outward Bound Instructor in Australia and the U.S.A. and on Search and Rescue Teams in Australia and The U.S.A. Steve has a Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems Design. Having grown up in Australia and New Zealand he now lives in Boise, Idaho where he can be found skiing, mountain biking, hiking or kayaking in his spare time.