“Uncommon Courage” by Andrea T. Edwards

“Uncommon Courage” by Andrea T. Edwards will inspire you to think deeply about yourself, positively impact your emotions, and define what truly matters to you. As a woman who has lived an interesting and influential life, Andrea has great wisdom to pass on to her readers. Whether you’re a mother with a child requiring special needs, someone who wants to save the earth, or just find a way to expand your point of view, this book will speak to every part of you, and then some. … More “Uncommon Courage” by Andrea T. Edwards

“Christie’s Journey” by John R. Bain

“Christie’s Journey” follows the daughter of John Bain, who experiences a life-threatening medical emergency in 2019. Christie was a new mother, headed back to her job at the Red River Credit Union. She was looking forward to getting back to work, but like all new mothers, she was going to miss her time with Westin, her baby boy. … More “Christie’s Journey” by John R. Bain

“Circles, Lines and Squiggles” by W. Nikola-Lisa

“Circles Lines and Squiggles” by W. Nikola-Lisa is the result of the author’s attempt to understand an old astrological chart he had constructed for himself in the 1980s. With his companions, Castor and Pollux, the Gemini twins, the author converses over his discoveries and shares them with you in this entertaining guide to astrology. … More “Circles, Lines and Squiggles” by W. Nikola-Lisa

“Game Changer: Military Decisions That Helped Win the American Revolution” by Jack Darrell Crowder

Jack Darrell Crowder, leads the reader through insightful discourses that examine how the outcome of the American Revolution was influenced by military decisions made during key events. … More “Game Changer: Military Decisions That Helped Win the American Revolution” by Jack Darrell Crowder

“Screenwriting for Storytellers” by Sherlann D. Moore

As a writer myself who, like the rest out there (even the ones with the really big names), stumble upon writer’s block more than once during their lifetime—I was highly interested in reading this book. Although I stick to writing books, after reading this I can now say it’s not out of the realm that I will one day take a shot at writing a screenplay. Because as long as Moore’s guide, with that incredible screenplay she wrote inside of it, is by my computer, she has made me believe I might just be able to do it successfully. … More “Screenwriting for Storytellers” by Sherlann D. Moore

“Gone Before Glory: The Life and Tragic Death of William McKinley” by Stephen G. Yanoff

Stephen G. Yanoff is an author well-known for his historical books, as well as his murder mysteries. But when it comes to the non-fiction historical arena, his books have garnered thirty national and international history awards. Now, with a resume like that, it’s not exactly difficult to pick up a book by Yanoff and receive the best. This tale, once again, shows his research-oriented mind that brings to life very real people from our past, exposes secrets, explains decisions made and not made, and artistically answers any questions you might have about the given subject. … More “Gone Before Glory: The Life and Tragic Death of William McKinley” by Stephen G. Yanoff

“We Never Knew Just What It Was” by Mike Murphey

Unfortunate but true, there are many who do not remember this incredible group. Let me just say, I didn’t either. But after reading this, I did my research because I found them to be exemplary; they had that “star” quality during their time period that did not come from using tricks, special lighting, speakers that caused audience members to actually lose their hearing; nor did they dress up in silly costumes or cake their faces in make-up in order to grab someone’s interest. No. These three men (specifically; Chad Mitchell, Joe Frazier and Mike Kobluk) were categorized as a “folk group,” yet were so much more. … More “We Never Knew Just What It Was” by Mike Murphey

“Rebel Leadership: How to Thrive in Uncertain Times” by Larry Robertson

A leader in my own organization once pointed out that the rate of change has never moved this quickly in all of history, and yet it will never move this slowly again. “Rebel Leadership” not only supports this statement, as we currently find ourselves in a rapidly evolving world but addresses the ever-increasing complexities leaders are facing as the world and business environment brings more and more uncertainty with each passing day.  … More “Rebel Leadership: How to Thrive in Uncertain Times” by Larry Robertson