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I Was A Teenage Know Nothing

A Teen & Young Adult Biography set in the 90s

I told the Movie Theater Club about the trouble. They were sympathetic and that was all that they could be. I didn’t expect more. After all, what was there for any of us to do about it? Was it less or more than what I could do without their help? The collective imagination might see […]

By Ryon Ownbey Posted in Non-fiction on March 25, 2021 3 min read Continue reading
Think & Act Ahead: A handbook on how to future-proof your organisation

An Academic Research on the Relation of HR and New Technologies and Trends 

5. NEW TECHNOLOGY & EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS Introduction This chapter reveals the alignment of new workplace technologies being introduced and the employment relationships occurring. A combination of existing literature review and qualitative case studies amongst different organisations will be discussed. Technology impacts employees in various ways. Firstly, work difficulty and intensity are often the outcomes of […]

By Akram Alsafi Posted in Non-fiction on March 7, 2021 30 min read Continue reading
Creativity: It's not what you think

An artist's journey from mind to heart to the source of all creativity

CHAPTER ONE The One Word That changed my life “Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” —Aristotle He looked at me with a hint of frustration mixed with genuine concern and when he spoke, his sober tone signaled that I’d better listen. “Don,” he said, “if you learn anything from this weekend, I want […]

By Don Campbell Posted in Non-fiction on March 1, 2021 12 min read Continue reading
Finding Peace When Life's Manual No Longer Makes Sense

An Inspirational Christian Self-help Story of Loss and Healing

As I lay across the chairs in the office, unable to sleep, I found myself sobbing and grieving, as I had done so many times before. I have heard it said by many spiritual leaders with lots of wisdom, that the only way to heal is to go through the pain, no matter how painful […]

By Victoria Joyce Posted in Non-fiction on February 26, 2021 11 min read Continue reading
Finding North: A Journey from Addict to Advocate

A Honest Memoir About Addiction and Recovery

Prologue Lying in that detox bed, smelling myself — that combination of alcohol leaching from my pores and the rancid, stale stress sweat, I knew that I wasn’t fooling anyone. I was hurting, wanting to jump out of my skin, but trying to maintain a facade of okay. But I had been stripped of everything […]

By Marilyn L. Davis Posted in Non-fiction on February 18, 2021 6 min read Continue reading
Coming Back Home

The True Adventure of Mark Daniels

Chapter One Hope with Me “Get down there, boy…” Even at four years old, I heard the threat in my dad’s slurred words. He stumbled away, leaving a trail of sour breath in the air, but I knew he’d be back…most likely. If I was lucky, he’d finish the beer in his hand, his sixth […]

By Mark Daniels Posted in Non-fiction on February 12, 2021 21 min read Continue reading
Hushabye: The Mystics, the Music, and the Mob

A Biography about a Popular Brooklyn Music Band in the 50s

Chapter 13 We heard the crowd noise building from our dressing rooms, and it was non-stop screaming. At this point, “Hushabye” was approaching the top 20 spot in Cashbox magazine but was in the top three in Illinois, and number one on two of the Peoria radio and TV stations. “Hushabye” was being played on […]

By Al Contrera Posted in Non-fiction on February 4, 2021 6 min read Continue reading
Align Your Life: Get Out of Your Own Way and Create a Life You Love

A Personal Transformation Book to Reach Happiness

Introduction The book you are reading arose from my love of teaching and helping people consciously align with their true self, and a meaningful purpose. For many years I’ve been helping people to get out of their own way, so they can align their life with what they truly want. Many of these people struggled with […]

By Kim Ryder Posted in Non-fiction on January 27, 2021 7 min read Continue reading
Butchered by “Healthcare”: What to Do About Doctors, Big Pharma, and Corrupt Government Ruining Your Health and Medical Care

A Book About The Failures of Health Care System

I WAS WRONG ABOUT HEALTHCARE Wholly unprepared… we take the step into the afternoon of life; worse still, we take this step with the false assumption that our truths and ideals will serve as before. But we cannot live the afternoon of life according to the program of life’s morning—for what was great in the […]

By Robert Yoho Posted in Non-fiction on January 21, 2021 11 min read Continue reading
Facing the End! Ready to Pray Now?

A Collection of Prayers, Christian Living

Why did I write this collection of prayers? Well, it was my experience over the last thirty-plus years in a public relations career at a Fortune 500 company that allowed me to walk in the shoes of real people with real problems who were looking for real results. I have walked beside a person on […]

By Pamela Hartwell Posted in Non-fiction on January 15, 2021 13 min read Continue reading
Stop Stress Fast

12 Quick, Proven Stress Relief Techniques to Help You Feel Good Everyday

HOW I LEARNT TO STOP STRESS FAST In my thirties I looked ten years older than my age and was close to a breakdown from stress, overwork and unresolved emotional issues. Most of the time I didn’t know what was wrong with my life. I didn’t know why it wasn’t running smoothly and had no […]

By Gregory Landsman Posted in Non-fiction on January 14, 2021 13 min read Continue reading
Divided: The Human Side of Us by Julie Hamada

Poems about Identity and the Self

INTRODUCTION Have you ever felt like you don’t really know who you are? Or have you ever gone out with your friends and had a good time, then came home and asked yourself: “Who was that person? Was that me, or who others want me to be?” People often throw around terms like “midlife crisis,” […]

By Julie Hamada Posted in Non-fiction on January 11, 2021 6 min read Continue reading
Finding My Why: Forgiveness but No Apology

A Memoir 

Chapter One Earliest Memory My first memory is from when I was six years old. I was wearing a pretty dress, white ruffled bobby socks, and Mary Jane shoes. My hair was up in three big plaits. I was happy because I felt pretty. I’d gotten all dressed up. It was going to be a […]

By Tasha Y. Berry Posted in Non-fiction on January 7, 2021 16 min read Continue reading
Religion, the Real Matrix

African spirituality from a metaphysical viewpoint

INTRODUCTION This is a book about spirituality, particularly African spirituality. The premise and thesis is African but I invite ALL to read to appreciate spirituality from an African perspective. Knowing this from the outset, some may read the book and think of me as biased in some of my conclusions; it is impossible to be […]

By Heru Ifagbemi Posted in Non-fiction on January 7, 2021 20 min read Continue reading
Being Authentic: A Memoir

This powerful and beautifully written book is a clear-eyed account of what living in urgency taught the author

Introduction Our existence is fragile. I learned that in many intricate ways, long before the COVID-19 pandemic, so I do not take today for granted. I do not know what tomorrow will bring. I do not even know if tomorrow will come. On the eve of Thanksgiving 2016, I received the diagnosis of stage 4 […]

By Morhaf Al Achkar Posted in Non-fiction on December 24, 2020 21 min read Continue reading

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