“Spirituality, Evolution, and Awakened Consciousness” by Lorraine Nilon

“Spirituality, Evolution, & Awakened Consciousness” is a spiritual book designed to help you recognize and overcome the spiritual, emotional, and religious blocks in your life that are preventing you from becoming more spiritually evolved. Accompanying author Lorraine Nilon’s detailed explanations of each concept are some beautiful illustrations by Katherine Close, which serve to bring these sometimes abstract ideas into better focus with more concrete clarity. … More “Spirituality, Evolution, and Awakened Consciousness” by Lorraine Nilon

“Make Me the Boss” by Emily Tsitrian

Author Emily Tsitrian nails management advice in the age of Millennial leaders in her book “Make Me the Boss.” playing to her audience through the use of creative memes, non-traditional career advice, and a re-write of the outdated corporate career ladder. Her experiences as a first-time manager across various teams, industries, and leadership positions held, allows her to offer actionable advice, useful tips and tricks, and much needed reassurance for Millennials at this stage in their career. … More “Make Me the Boss” by Emily Tsitrian

“The Human Sales Factor” by Lance Tyson

“The Human Sales Factor” is a nonfiction self-help reference book aimed at business leaders and salespeople, which focuses on the human aspect at the core of every component of the sales process. The author highlights the fact that “every single one of us is a salesperson” and mentions that investors or clients don’t necessarily choose the best idea or product but instead, they invest in a person. … More “The Human Sales Factor” by Lance Tyson

Meet the Author – A Conversation with Kaylin McFarren, Author of Requiem for a Queen

Kaylin McFarren has received more than 60 national literary awards, in addition to a prestigious RWA Golden Heart Award nomination for FLAHERTY’S CROSSING – a book she and her oldest daughter, New York Times/USA Today best-selling author Kristina McMorris, co-wrote in 2008. Prior to embarking on her writing journey and developing the popular THREADS psychological thriller series, she poured her passion for creativity into her work as the director of a fine art gallery in the Pearl District in Portland, Oregon; she also served as a governor-appointed member of the Oregon Arts Commission. … More Meet the Author – A Conversation with Kaylin McFarren, Author of Requiem for a Queen

“Ghostly Howls” by Stephanie Hansen

“Ghostly Howls” is a fascinating paranormal murder mystery fantasy by Stephanie Hansen. In the fictional town of Ethel, a port city with secrets, lies two women who, besides being best friends, also share another commonality amongst themselves but separate from the rest of the town. Orla has the gift that pairs as a curse of possessing people’s souls with a single touch. Molly is half banshee with the ability of knowing when someone has or will die, through an auditory ringing in her ears. Both girls have had their abilities for as long as they can remember and have learned to adapt as needed. … More “Ghostly Howls” by Stephanie Hansen

“Conversations Behind the Kitchen Door” by Emmanuel Laroche

“Conversations Behind the Kitchen Door: 50 American Chefs Chart Today’s Food Culture” is Emmanuel Laroche’s compilation of interviews and conversations from his podcast “Flavors Unknown” with chefs and bartenders and really anyone serious about the art of food and drink. … More “Conversations Behind the Kitchen Door” by Emmanuel Laroche

“Truth and Other Lies” by Maggie Smith

was developed without it feeling like this novel was going to be solely focused on politics. It was almost as if there were two stories happening–the politics and how it affected Megan and her mother, and the situation with Jocelyn, who is trying to release a memoir despite the fact that someone wants to squash any more fame that Jocelyn receives. … More “Truth and Other Lies” by Maggie Smith

Meet the Author – Shelah Johnson – Author of “Perpetual Gloom”

Shelah Johnson is the recipient of 9 awards from The Society for Technical Communication and is also a published photographer and has produced and directed more than 40 lifestyle broadcast segments focused on eco and small space living. She directed, produced, and is the co-creator of the documentary series, Where Small Business Grows (Amazon Prime). Shelah lives a life of voluntary simplicity, where she makes a mid-century modern Airstream her home on an island in the Pacific Northwest and enjoys kayaking and traveling across the country and around the world. … More Meet the Author – Shelah Johnson – Author of “Perpetual Gloom”