Non-Fiction - Inspirational

Reflections of Sandra

An Inspirational Story of How A Mother's Passing Brought Her Daughter to Life
By Michelle Heynen

Reflections of Sandra: The Inspirational Story of How a Mother’s Passing Brought Her Daughter to Life by Michelle Heynen is a poignant account of a daughter who speaks about her mother’s passing and how she realized the importance of appreciating the people who are in...

Epicurus And The Pleasant Life

A Philosophy of Nature
By Haris Dimitriadis

In Epicurus And The Pleasant Life, Haris Dimitriadis has written a staggeringly comprehensive book about Epicurus. One of the Greek philosophers, Epicurus believed in pleasure being the meaning of life. However, it is not vain, carnal pleasure, but finding contentment and happiness where you are....

Make Life Your Business

By James Peterson

Make Life Your Business by James Peterson introduces a very new concept in the area of personal development, self-care, and business — the idea that we can actually develop a business attitude towards life. But how is that? How can we make life our business?...

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The Blond JESUS-ISMS

10 Inspired Stories of Miracles and Strength
By Garrett Miller

“You’re special. You’re unique. You know, just like everybody else.” These are among the first words readers are greeted with when they open The Blond JESUS-ISMS: 10 Inspired Stories of Miracles and Strength by Garrett Miller, and these words already spell out a warning: this...

Just Another Girl's Story

A Memoir On Finding Redemption
By Laura Eckert

Just Another Girl's Story: A Memoir On Finding Redemption by Laura Eckert is a heartbreaking, revealing memoir that explores one woman’s inner wounds and her struggle against depression, taking the reader along on a difficult journey to inner freedom and redemption. Laura Eckert was a...

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A King is Coming

By Paul Wilbur, Patrick McGuffin

A King is Coming opens with the question: Why should political correctness undermine our attitudes to family, gender, marriage and protection for the unborn? Paul Wilbur and Patrick McGuffin go on to tackle the wider political issues of terrorism. The tragedy of 9/11 was motivated...

Waking Mathilda

A Memoir of Childhood Narcolepsy
By Claire Crisp

Waking Mathilda by Claire Crisp recounts the chain of events from 2009 when she took their youngest two-year-old daughter to the National Health Service in England to be innoculated against swine flu. It was not long after that Mathilda’s whole persona changed from a lively...

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Realizing River City

By Melissa Grunow

Realizing River City by Melissa Grunow is a gripping memoir that will rattle the emotions of readers, having them navigate the gray zones of loss, the power of compassion, and the excitement of hope. A story that answers the not-so-often asked questions of womanhood. The...

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The Truth About White Supremacy, Sexism, and Mind Control in America

Astonishing Discoveries, Unearthed Secrets, and How to Heal
By A. L. Bryant

The Truth about White Supremacy, Sexism, and Mind Control in America: Astonishing Discoveries, Unearthed Secrets, and How to Heal by A.L. Bryant is a quick read that contains a powerful message for today’s readers, a book that takes a surgical look at some of the...

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Humans

From Nothing to Now
By Brett Ashcroft Harrison

Humans: From Nothing to Now by Brett Ashcroft Harrison is a book that combines knowledge from a variety of disciplines — spirituality, philosophy, history, science, anthropology, and more — to redefine the place that humanity has in the universe. The book explores the conundrum of...

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