Sometimes we learn by reading, sometimes by doing, and sometimes by following someone else’s story and finding truths in it, we can live by. In the case of LouAnne Ludwig’s new book, A Journey Within (Balboa Press/Hay House, April 2018), it’s all three. Ludwig is a gifted and sensitive empath — she’s got some powerful psychic gifts. […]

  Nearly 1 in 12 teens has anger disorder — one of the most common mental health disorders in adolescents. Parents need to know how best to understand and manage the behavior in children and teens to help them learn healthy ways to express their anger.   Laurie Hollman, a psychotherapist, empowers parents with a 5-step […]

    Emma Gonzalez. David Hogg. Anthony Borges. Kai Koerber. Tyra Hemans. They’re not victims. They’re five names among millions of youths rising up to stand firm in their beliefs and changing the course of this country with the #Neveragain movement. According to youth leadership expert and author Anni Keffer, if you think they’re too […]

    Recently, DNotes Global, Inc., an ambitious contender in the digital currency arena, announced it’s releasing DNotes 2.0, an upgraded version of the currency it developed in 2014. In four short years, this company dedicated to making cryptocurrency accessible to all has grown up. Its co-founder, Alan Yong, has directed a steady and consistent course since the […]

        “Community” isn’t often a word associated with the competitive edge when it comes to business. Among its definitions according to Merriam Webster, community is a unified body of individuals, such as those with “common  interests,” and a sense of “fellowship.”  A group can have the interests of the larger community at heart […]

Rampant cynicism and corruption. Ego-driven decision-making. Late night tirades on Twitter. Fingerpointing. Lying without consequence. Seems like we’ve forgotten what it means to be a good, kind, intelligent, and effective leader. But we can remind ourselves of what’s missing by delving into a new book by leadership expert and MIT professor Otto Scharmer, Essentials of Theory […]

    A guide to tackling the most common challenges facing aging seniors who want to remain in their homes. When it becomes apparent that mom and dad are starting to slow down, become forgetful or show signs of diminishing mobility, how can family members step in without stepping on toes? In her new book, Age […]

Women seeking to heal from society’s spiritual famine are discovering Circlework—a new kind of spiritual community based not on religious beliefs or ideologies, but on a simple commitment to kindness, peace and global sisterhood.   A new awakening to the importance of meaningful human interaction is leading people to seek out opportunities for deeper, more […]

Innovative company leaders are rebelling against the status quo to create a culture where employees thrive and companies outperform their peers.   In their new book, Glenn Elliott and Debra Corey of UK-based Reward Gateway share how the world’s most successful companies treat people differently.   More than 70 percent of executives rank employee engagement […]

  The Hit Book About the Secrets of Becoming a Success in the Music Industry!     Veteran Artist Manager/Music Business Author Jay Jaworski and CEO of StarMentors Publishing LLC, announced today that due to the success of his new book “Becoming the Idol” he wanted to share it with more up and coming musicians. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Perfect Hope: Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy (The Inn Trilogy)

The Last Man: A Novel (Mitch Rapp)

 Becoming the Idol- The #1 Way How to Succeed in the Music Industry   StarMentors Publishing, LLC. Has Announced the Giveaway of One Million eBooks “Becoming The Idol”  The Hit Book About the Secrets of Becoming a Success in the Music Industry!   Veteran Artist Manager/Music Business Author Jay Jaworski and CEO of StarMentors Publishing […]

Cold Days: A Novel of the Dresden Files

A Memory of Light (Wheel of Time)