“Sink or Swimwear” by Jennifer Berk Weisman

The phrase “sink or swim” was a hard truth to stand on for this author. While she was in the process of starting a business, she was struck by a distracted driver, turning her life upside-down. The result of her struggle is “Sink or Swimwear: My Crazy Days as an Entrepreneur Surviving Life, PTSD, and a Cutthroat Industry” by Jennifer Berk Weisman.  This is the inspiring story of one woman’s fight to survive her injuries as well as the competitive and fierce fashion industry. … More “Sink or Swimwear” by Jennifer Berk Weisman

“We’ve Got This” by Ritu Bhasin

“We’ve Got This: Unlocking the Beauty of Belonging” features Author Ritu Bhasin’s factual struggles with racial prejudice and self-acceptance. These struggles inspired her to become an accomplished expert in assisting people from distinct environments in creating a solid sense of belonging and finding inner satisfaction across their journeys in life. … More “We’ve Got This” by Ritu Bhasin

“Saint Bloodbath” by Frederick Douglass Reynolds

n 2008, a round of shots tore through a homeless embankment, killing five people. Long Beach Homicide Detectives McGuire and Cortes set out to find the perpetrator of this gruesome bloodbath. They are quickly immersed in the perilous reality of street culture, including homelessness, gang activity, and drug addiction in Long Beach, California. When days turn to months, the detectives struggle to find answers, making it near impossible to provide the victims’ families with closure. But pieces begin coming together when detectives from another jurisdiction find a fully dismembered body in the desert near the embankment crime scene. Follow McGuire and Cortes as they unearth the details of the most gruesome mass murder case of their careers. … More “Saint Bloodbath” by Frederick Douglass Reynolds

“Recovery Hardware” by Gina Schaefer

Most people who go into business have no idea what kind of experience it will turn out to be. For Gina Schaefer, it was the experience of a lifetime. In her book, “Recovery Hardware: A Nuts and Bolts Story About Building a Business, Restoring a Community, and Renovating Lives,” her experience owning a hardware store turned into one that transformed her life and those of others. This memoir shares her battle as a woman trying to find her footing (and respect) in a field dominated by men. It also shares how she managed to change the lives of so many people who were in recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction simply by hiring them – thus the title, “Recovery Hardware.” … More “Recovery Hardware” by Gina Schaefer

“Raise Your Frequency Through Number Messages” by Melissa Alvarez

“Raise Your Frequency Through Number Messages” by Melissa Alvarez is an indispensable guidebook that deeply inspires and highly educates its audience on the importance of developing one’s intuition for a better understanding of how the elements of the universe are connected, and how they communicate to human beings through repetitive numbers, for greater self-realization, development of psychic self, and growth of their spiritual path. … More “Raise Your Frequency Through Number Messages” by Melissa Alvarez

“So Now What?” by Alexandra McGroarty

Grief is inevitable. At some point in our lives—often unexpectantly—it will come knocking at our door. For the author Alexandra McGroarty, it didn’t tap lightly. She was completely blindsided by the death of her beloved husband, who was only thirty-nine when he passed. Though she is candid about nearly being leveled by the experience, Alexandra found a way to persevere. Through her lived experience, she created a guidebook to help individuals navigate the foggy, often solitary journey through grief. … More “So Now What?” by Alexandra McGroarty

“Guide to Smart Wedding Planning” by Edna Dratch-Parker and Jeri Solomon

In “Guide to Smart Wedding Planning” by authors Edna Dratch-Parker and Jeri Solomon, the bride and groom will love the down-to-earth approach the authors take in telling their clients the absolute truth regarding what it takes to plan a wedding. Their no-nonsense approach allows the bride and groom to know the real truth in what the planning takes without trying to convince them that everything will be fun and stress free from start to finish. This true to life approach will turn out to be an invaluable asset the bride and groom will need to plan their wedding and it will keep it as real as possible while minimizing the stress they will face in each phase of the planning.  … More “Guide to Smart Wedding Planning” by Edna Dratch-Parker and Jeri Solomon

“The Stripped-Down Guide to Content Marketing” by John Egan

If you’ve heard the term “content marketing” but are not sure what exactly it means, then look no further than “The Stripped-Down Guide to Content Marketing: Success Secrets for Beginners” by John Egan. Is that name familiar? To anyone in the content marketing industry, it should be. Egan has had something to do with successful content marketing ventures for companies such as SquareFoot, Experian, Bankrate and Capitol One. While this guide is not an in-depth tutorial on content marketing, it is a great introduction to it for anyone interested in pursuing a path in this field. … More “The Stripped-Down Guide to Content Marketing” by John Egan

“We Need to Talk” by Suzanne Seifert Groves

Effective communication requires the communicator to be clear and audible in what they are trying to express. This is what author Suzanne Seifert Groves seeks to impact on her audience through this revolutionary read, “We Need to Talk: Communicating Through Difficult Situations in Four Easy Steps.” Readers will learn how to effectively disseminate information, the benefits of possessing communication skills, and the requisite aptitudes that will make their message be received and understood with clarity and purpose, leaving both the sender and receiver satisfied. … More “We Need to Talk” by Suzanne Seifert Groves