“What’s in it for Me? A Personal Journey of Recovery … and Hope” By John L.

  This deeply personal chronicle of one man’s navigation of the troubled waters of his battle with addiction gives a remarkable insight into the tangled path to recovery. John L. gives a no holds barred exploration of his life; his tragedies, his mistakes, his successes, and the challenges he faced. He relates his experiences to the Alcoholics Anonymous Twelve Step Program, connecting his recovery with … Continue reading “What’s in it for Me? A Personal Journey of Recovery … and Hope” By John L.

“Reaching for the Light: An Incest Survivor’s Story” by J.C. Christian

Child abuse is a difficult subject to write about; even more sensitive is child sexual abuse. When the abuse is incest it is even more painful. J.C. Christian approaches this issue in a straight forward and honest manner in her autobiographical book “Reaching for the Light, An Incest Survivors Story”. Shining a light on her own history she relates her experiences from the tender age … Continue reading “Reaching for the Light: An Incest Survivor’s Story” by J.C. Christian

August Book News

New Releases “Average Daydreamer” a sweet romance by Anita Kovacevic is available on Lulu.com and Amazon.com Priscilla is happy being a successful, single, business woman. Or is she? With her best friend’s wedding approaching, she finds herself constantly daydreaming about romance with perfect men – doctors, firemen, secret agents, sexy chefs. Aiming for perfection, she tries to ignore an ordinary guy she sees every day … Continue reading August Book News

Book Reviews: How to Get Them & What to Do With Them by Felita Daniels

This book is a vital addition to any indie writer’s library. Ms. Daniels has taken the time to do significant research on book promotion and it shows. She covers everything from how to request reviews, the pitfalls of swapping reviews, using social media effectively, and even a chapter she calls “Think Outside the Box”. Written in simple, easy to understand language and using visuals to … Continue reading Book Reviews: How to Get Them & What to Do With Them by Felita Daniels

Naked Eye-Opener: To Reach the Dream You Must Forget About It by Gisela Hausmann

Buy Here Let me say up front I am not a fan of self–help books. I have read my share and they almost always sound preachy. “If only you will do what I tell you, you will have the perfect life”. That being said I started Ms. Hausmann’s book with more than a little prejudice. I was knocked off my feet almost immediately. This is … Continue reading Naked Eye-Opener: To Reach the Dream You Must Forget About It by Gisela Hausmann

Brain to Books Blog Tour – Mel Edwards

Brain to Books Blog Tour Fast Facts Author: Mel Edwards Genre: nonfiction Books: The Bold Way Official Site Bio Mel has a master’s degree in storytelling from East Tennessee State University. She is a defeater of depression, eLearning Pro, and (other than writing) she loves: bodybuilding, the arts, and nerdy stuff. Blurb Everyone, it seems, tells you to find your passion, but few talk about … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – Mel Edwards

Brain to Books Blog Tour – Diane Young Sussman

Brain to Books Blog Tour Fast Facts Author: Diane Young Sussman Genre: Entrepreneurs and Marketing: Women in Business Book: Step Up and SHINE: Power and Presence in Action Official Site Bio Diane Young Sussman is a Transformational Life Coach and Energy Healer who has spent her career helping people manage their confidence and stage fright while growing their businesses.  Her passion is to help heal … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – Diane Young Sussman

Jean Gill – Renaissance Woman in a Modern Age

When I think of Jean Gill the word “renaissance” immediately comes to mind. I don’t mean the renaissance of the 12th century (the time period in her latest series) which was more social, political, and economic. Jean is like the renaissance of the 14th through the 17th centuries. Often considered the link between the Middle Ages and Modern History, the renaissance saw the “rebirth” of … Continue reading Jean Gill – Renaissance Woman in a Modern Age

Jackie Parry – Guest Blogger: Not Just Another Horse Tale

Donating To Charity – It’s Win/Win For You! I don’t know about you, but when I hear people raising money for charity I develop a mixed jumble of emotions. Announcement First up, let me say: for 99 cents/pence you can purchase a wonderful ebook (“hauntingly beautiful”) and I will donate 50% to charity…. please do read on…. Over the years I’ve given to cancer research, … Continue reading Jackie Parry – Guest Blogger: Not Just Another Horse Tale