Investigations into revolutionary cancer treatments and testimonials from the lives they’ve saved argue for more comprehensive, personalized care when battling cancer.    Rick Shapiro takes on the entrenched medical establishment’s standard of care for cancer in the U.S. and presents credible evidence showing that what is pushed to the fringes as “alternative” treatment is, […]

The New Senior Man: Exploring New Horizons, New Opportunities (Rowan and Littlefield. Oct 2017) isn’t just a companion volume to The New Senior Woman, also by authors Thelma Reese and Barbara M. Fleisher. It’s far more than just the boy’s version. When Reese and Fleisher were presenting the first book, The New Senior Woman, to […]

  Readers of Roland Griffith’s book, Find Peace One POP at a Time, will love his empowering message: that they can break free of anxiety and depression through their own efforts. They will also be encouraged by the possibility of finding peace and joy without medications. And, that by overcoming these conditions, they can boost physical health […]

A self-help book for people with Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN) — an unseen, little known, but emotionally debilitating condition resulting from parents’ failure to respond to a child’s emotional needs.     Jonice Webb, a clinical psychologist who specializes in helping people overcome CEN, now shares strategies for rebuilding relationships affected by CEN in her […]

 Becoming the Idol- The #1 Way How to Succeed in the Music Industry A Must Read For Anyone Attempting to Break into The Music Industry!   A fabulous, informative new groundbreaking book has hit the market that is taking the music industry by storm. Becoming the Idol is authored by veteran music artist manager, Jay […]

This is the second book I’ve posted from actor, published writer, Tom Kiesche.  Every book he has written are hard to put down once you open the first page. His fourth book is getting rave reviews, Weakday Drifter & Other Writings. Weakday Drifter & Other Writings is a spattering of some of the works that were created, imagined, and/or performed […]

  We’re not exactly a shining example of values-based corporate culture these days. And whatever values are represented by the present administration in the White House, they’re certainly not about dignity or harmony. But amidst the bad news, there are corporate leaders and boards actually operating with a certain moral fiber, taking a stand for […]

Bad management leads to stress and poor performance, so why does it remain so rampant?    In his new book, Good People, Bad Managers – How Work Culture Corrupts Good Intentions, best-selling author Samuel Culbert dissects the root cause of bad management in the workforce. He describes how well-intentioned managers fall prey to America’s culture of getting […]

Parenting coach Faith Collins offers valuable advice on how to raise a child who is happy and confident, and more willing to say “yes” than “no.” Parents with young children know that their child’s wishes don’t always comply with their own. In our busy adult worlds, we don’t have time for meltdowns when we’re rushing […]

EDITOR PICK   Justice by Another Name is an exciting mystery you won’t be able to put down! Set against the backdrop of North Carolina’s powerful hog-producing industry, Justice by Another Name tells the story of Paul Reavis’s suspicious workplace death followed a year later by a senseless death of his young son Paulie. Lana […]

Fifty Shades Darker: Book Two of the Fifty Shades Trilogy

Notorious Nineteen: A Stephanie Plum Novel

The Price of Politics

Hidden (House of Night Novels)

Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

The Twelve (Book Two of The Passage Trilogy): A Novel

Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health

Hungry Girl to the Max!: The Ultimate Guilt-Free Cookbook