Char's Gift

A Remarkable Story of Hope Through the Storms of Life
By Steve Harryman

After Steve Harryman’s wife was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor, the next 25 years of their life together becomes a profound personal transformation and embodiment of faith. This is Char's Gift: A Remarkable Story of Hope Through the Storms of Life by Steve Harryman....

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1001 Energy Tips

Save Energy, Save $$$, Save Planet Earth
By "BTU Bill" Clark

"BTU Bill" Clark's 1001 Energy Tips (2nd edition): Save Energy, Save $$$, Save Planet Earth is a useful book if we all want to fight global warming. I have been reading umpteen such books and had never found such common sense, easy to set up...

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The Unstuffy Descriptive Leadership Book

Inclusive of Language Usage, Networking, Theories, Culture as well as Funding of Business Enterprises
By Dr Velma Osborne

In the epilogue to The Unstuffy Descriptive Leadership Book by Velma Osborne, the author states, "Changes in quality of life, as well as increased income, have been projected for all who read this book." This statement shows the author’s commitment to the views and suggestions...

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Hits, Heathens, and Hippos

Stories from an Agent, Activist, and Adventurer
By Marty Essen

Hits, Heathens, and Hippos: Stories from an Agent, Activist, and Adventurer by Marty Essen is an entertaining and enlightening ride through the author's ups and downs. Although he became a popular campus speaker and sought-after author, the road to his success came with twists and...

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Frickin Short Life

The World's Smallest Autobiography
By Khawar Salim

Frickin Short Life: The World's Smallest Autobiography by Khawar Salim is what the title says it is, and I suggest that it should be one of the nonfiction works that you read this year. Frickin Short Life is comprised of 268 profound meditations on the...

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Silent Rise

A City, the Arts, and a Blue-Collar Kid
By Rick H. Jones

Silent Rise: A City, the Arts, and a Blue-Collar Kid by Rick H. Jones documents the transformative power of the arts in reshaping Hamilton, a city in Ohio. During his childhood, Jones’s parents empowered him to pursue his dreams. His love for the arts began...

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Does This Make Sense?

A Jump Start on Your Self-Help Journey
By Erin Battle

Does This Make Sense? A Jump Start on Your Self-Help Journey by Erin Battle is a non-fiction book in which the author shares her own stories so that we might be able to explore our own, and find a bit of footing on unstable personal...

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When Women Run the World Sh*t Gets Done

Celebrating the Power of Women Now
By Shelly Rachanow

When Women Run the World Sh*t Gets Done: Celebrating the Power of Women Now by Shelly Rachanow is an unabashed and unashamed celebration of the 50 percent of humanity that has for so long been struggling in the shadow of the great worldwide patriarchy. The...

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Peak Mindset

Apply Realistic Thinking When Studies on Happiness Fail to Make Us Happy
By Said Hasyim

This book proves to the reader just how much power our subconscious has upon us if we take control of our lives; mentally and physically speaking, life would be something else. We would be happier, less confused, and, overall, we would have more confidence in...

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The Woman Who Lost the Sun

By Carrie Hayward

Dr. Carrie Hayward offers a short but valuable story about a woman named Winnie, who has come upon a moment of her life filled with uncertainty and gloominess, not only from the weather but mental gloom; being human means having bad days or even bad...

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