“There’s Nothing Wrong with Her” by M.B. Yakoubian

“There’s Nothing Wrong with Her” is a memoir by M.B. Yakoubian documenting her aging mother’s elder care. There is real life drama marked with sadness, sweetness, and a familial struggle for control, all set against the backdrop of advancing dementia. … More “There’s Nothing Wrong with Her” by M.B. Yakoubian

“Stretching Your Way to a Pain-Free Life” by Aaron Taylor

…as I sit here now—foot up on a pillow, looking at the bruises that came from breaking three bones—and feeling beyond annoyed that no machine, cane, crutch, or anything else helps me simply walk to the next room; I saw this title, opened the cover, eyed the easy-to follow pictures, and NOW I can’t wait until this foot is better so I can throw myself into all of these stretches instead of just the ones for the body’s upper half. … More “Stretching Your Way to a Pain-Free Life” by Aaron Taylor

“The Accidental Plague Diaries” by Andrew Duxbury

Everyone has a story to tell about how the Covid-19 pandemic affected them. Author Duxbury delivers a raw, unfiltered, and entirely honest real life commentary from the eyes of the sometimes forgotten caregivers. Duxbury struggles to come to grips with the effects of the pandemic on his own personal life, even as he attempted to save lives. … More “The Accidental Plague Diaries” by Andrew Duxbury

“Voices from the Fallen” by Michael K. Tourville

“Voices from the Fallen” is a collection of stories by Michael K. Tourville introducing readers to 8 different individuals who have struggled with substance abuse. Each story shows how the individual got into their substance abuse, what they lost, what they gained, and, if they recovered, how they were able to find a clearer head. Note: Some of these stories are very emotional and could be hard for some readers. … More “Voices from the Fallen” by Michael K. Tourville

“Exercise, Life, and Love: The Making of a Sedentary Society” by Stephen J. Almada

Over the last twelve-plus years, Stephen J. Almada has made it his life mission to educate and work toward minimizing society’s learned behavior of a sedentary lifestyle. Almada presents his findings in “Exercise, Life, & Love: The Making of a Sedentary Society” in twelve chapters that will educate, enlighten, and motivate readers through the sheer impressiveness and amount of material presented. … More “Exercise, Life, and Love: The Making of a Sedentary Society” by Stephen J. Almada

“Yoga for Amputees” by Marsha Therese Danzig

Actual amputees are introduced throughout the book along with their story and how yoga has benefitted them. Pictures and inspirational quotes are scattered throughout the pages as well. Ten chapters show the reader how to be a yogi, the five B’s of yoga, and the techniques that work best with each one, including the many faces of amputee yoga which presents new ways of helping veterans, children, and those with diabetes, cancer, and scoliosis. … More “Yoga for Amputees” by Marsha Therese Danzig