Defeating Your Self-Bully

A guide to stop beating yourself up and start building confidence for a life you deserve
By Renee Hines

Defeating Your Self-Bully by Renee Hines is certainly food for thought. How many of us have been bullied, or seen it happen to friends and family? Our first reaction to bullying in some form is anger towards the bully. But being a self bully?...

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Dogland

A Journey to the Heart of America's Dog Problem
By Jacki Skole

In an absolutely amazing piece of work, debut author Jacki Skole brings us Dogland: A Journey to the Heart of America's Dog Problem. In a wonderful piece of investigation into the supply of dogs in our country, Jacki Skole has taken her heartfelt interest in...

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Develop Charisma, Be Popular

How To Be Popular And Make Friends Easily
By Barry Bede

Develop Charisma, Be Popular: How To Be Popular And Make Friends Easily by Barry Bede is a short, quirky read about increasing one’s charisma and charm. In the introduction, the author states: “This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to be popular and...

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Dirge for the Dead of Verdun

By Edd Wheeler

Henry Montherlant (1895-1972) published his war memoir, Dirge for the Dead of Verdun, in 1924. In this book, the author bluntly portrays the post traumatic stress syndrome that in our day is frequently mentioned, yet not fully understood by those who have never been in...

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Doctor, Doctor

A True Story of Obsession, Addiction, & Psychological Manipulation
By Merry Freer

In an age where so many truths and events hidden for years, such as alleged sexual abuse by priests or celebrities, a public who would have dismissed such allegations even a decade ago is steadily being enlightened as to what goes on behind closed doors,...

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Divorce

A Survival Guide for Men
By Gary Huerta

Divorce: a Survival Guide for Men is a masterpiece by Gary Huerta. This is a guide geared toward divorced men. Mr. Huerta uses his personal experiences to counsel his peers on what to do and not to do during one's divorce process. As a matter...

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Disempowered

A Novel Based On A True Story
By Pamela Beasley

It is 2003, and Pamela Beasley works for social services as a case manager. Three months later, however, she is charged with health care fraud and laundering. She is then sent to spend time behind bars where she learns how it is to fight for...

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Disorder in the Classroom

Or a Firsthand Account of Substitute Teaching in the Chicago Public Schools System
By Janice M. Hypolite

Janice Hypolite retired from her position as an accountant, spent time with her daughters and then decided to pursue her desire to teach. In the 1980s it was very easy to achieve certification to substitute teach. After a short while she returned to accounting. In...

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