“Ah, Brain, Why Do You Trouble Me So Much?” by Todd Nyholm

“Ah, Brain, Why Do You Trouble Me So Much?” is a profound and insightful treatise that focuses on the inner body, including mind, heart, and emotions. It further offers philosophical and practical ways to create fundamental inner change in how one views the world and themselves. … More “Ah, Brain, Why Do You Trouble Me So Much?” by Todd Nyholm

“The Kickass Couple: 7 Secrets to Transform Your Relationship” by Dr. Gloria Lee

Dr. Lee shows readers a new layer of their relationship and helps readers to better understand the situation, starting with our earliest relationships with family, and going all the way through to our most intimate partnerships. Using the attraction theory to unravel the sticking points, she guides readers to becoming a kickass couple. … More “The Kickass Couple: 7 Secrets to Transform Your Relationship” by Dr. Gloria Lee

“Your Writing Matters: How to Banish Self-Doubt, Trust Yourself, and Go the Distance” by Colleen M. Story

Instructions, presentations, and emotions—both professional and personal—that will no doubt help all writers out there continue on their quest, and not give up just because they’re having a bad day. … More “Your Writing Matters: How to Banish Self-Doubt, Trust Yourself, and Go the Distance” by Colleen M. Story

“The Noble Edge: Reclaiming an Ethical World One Choice at a Time” by Christopher Gilbert

There are two items that claimed my attention when it came to this book. The first is the subtitle that the author added: “Reclaiming an Ethical World One Choice at a Time.” The second, however, was the horror I felt when I thought about how many people might snicker at that statement. … More “The Noble Edge: Reclaiming an Ethical World One Choice at a Time” by Christopher Gilbert

“Eating Secrets” by Megan Harris and Karyn de Mol

Written from the perspective of two experienced binge eaters, Karyn and Megan use their own experiences through shared excerpts to help readers understand and identify underlying causes. Tapping into activities and real-world examples, they use active reader participation to help bring insight to others either suffering from binge eating or with a loved one that suffers from bingeing. … More “Eating Secrets” by Megan Harris and Karyn de Mol

“Learning to Dance in the Rain II” by Shelby Wagner

Shelby Wagner opens the door to her life. Everything from the tragic to the happy moments are unveiled to readers as she puts together a book that is, quite literally, a self-help guide. This guide is something a great many people need, especially when it comes to dealing with the confusing social media world loaded with dishonest romantic partners who prey on the bereaved and lonely. … More “Learning to Dance in the Rain II” by Shelby Wagner

“White Picket Monsters” by Bev Moore Davis

This is the story of a small child who was placed in a foster home after being given up for adoption; a child who should have been safe and well-cared for in this new environment. Unfortunately, this is not the case, as the child was placed in an environment full of family secrets, violence, sexual attacks, and manipulation. Simply put, this was not a home of love, comfort, and safety, as any child should feel or expect, but a home of terror. … More “White Picket Monsters” by Bev Moore Davis