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Changing Your World One Diaper At A Time

A Reflective Journey Through Your Baby's First Year
By Marla Taviano

I remember well the emotions that surged through me as I held our first, second, and third child in my arms. Marla Taviano uses humor and deep insight in her book Changing Your World One Diaper At A Time. She draws on her experiences and...

The Complete Guide to Getting and Staying Organized

*Manage Your Time *Eliminate Clutter and Experience Order *Keep Your Family First
By Karen Ehman

Speaking from her own experiences, Karen Ehman offers suggestions for ridding your life of chaos. Anticipating situations and problems is the first lesson in becoming a more organized person. Readers will appreciate the advice to think ahead. One such illustration concerned having a full meal...

Credit Game, The

A Young Adults Guide to Successfully Building and Understanding Credit
By Kyjione Lee Jack

“People helping people” is Kyjione Lee Jack’s mantra. He has 11 ½ years of experience in the banking industry. In his book, The Credit Game he uses his experience to guide young adults in their endeavor with credit. Credit seems to be a necessity in...

Divinely Inspired

Spiritual Awakening of a Soul
By Jerry J. Pollock, Ph.D.

Jerry J. Pollock, Ph.D. courageously shares his memoirs with readers. The portrait Jerry paints of his family is cold and distant. His mother was promiscuous. His father was neurotic and was in and out of hospitals. Jerry had severe headaches from age four, which frightened...

Dudes Guide To Pregnancy, The

Dealing with Your Expecting Wife, Coming Baby, and the End of Life as You Knew It
By Bill Lloyd and Scott Finch

Let’s face it, men look at pregnancy much different than women. They watch as their wives’ body changes. They know there is a baby in there but they have little idea of what’s happening and how their life is about to change. If you judge a...

House that Cleans Itself, The

Creative Solutions for a Clean and Orderly House in Less Time Than You Can Imagine
By Mindy Starns Clark

Finally, a logical approach to a clean house – let the house clean itself!! I admit skepticism when I read the title, The House That Cleans Itself. I was secretly hoping for a magic button like something from a futuristic science fiction movie, poof a...

How Not to Look Old

Fast and Effortless Ways to Look 10 Years Younger, 10 Pounds Lighter, 10 Times Better
By Charla Krupp

None of us wants to look old. However, once we reach a certain age our body begins to shift. Our boobs begin sagging, we notice wrinkles around our mouth and eyes, and age spots appear on our hands. That is an apt description on me....

Hurt People Hurt People

Hope and Healing for Yourself and Your Relationships
By Sandra D. Wilson, Ph.D.

The title of this book says it all, Hurt People Hurt People. People who have been hurt do tend to hurt others, sometimes knowingly and sometimes unknowingly. As I read this book, I kept thinking about people that have been sexually abused and the proven...

Idiot-Proof Diet

A Weight-Loss Plan for Real Women
By India Knight and Neris Thomas

Inexperienced people write most diet books. India Knight and Neris Thomas are willing to admit that they were overweight. The two friends joined forces to lose weight. Together they lost 140 pounds. Their idea is, “if they did it you can too.” Both women made...

Lost In Transition

Becoming Spiritually Prepared for College
By Tommy McGregor

Going away to college is an opportunity to grow spiritually. Graduating from high school can be a frightening experience. Suddenly you are looking at a future that is different from anything you have ever experienced. You will be making your own decisions. You will be...

Making "I Do" Last A Lifetime

By Claire Cloninger

Many years ago I was sitting in a restaurant when I saw a young couple obviously in love. They were holding hands across the table, making eye contact and smiling. Other couples appeared married, but did not show that special spark that romantic love brings....

Mental Environment

(Mostly About Mind Pollution)
By Bob Gebelein

Did my parents influence me? Of course. Did my church influence my way of thinking? Of course. Those around us influence us. Our family, friends, teachers, and co-workers all affect how what we think. We can add to this advertising, television shows, politics, and books. Bob...

Millionaire by Thirty

The Quickest Path to Early Financial Independence
By Douglas R. Andrew, Emron D. Andrew, Aaron R. Andrew

Let’s face it. Most of us have a goal that in some way is connected to money. Douglas R. Andrew, Emron D. Andrew, and Aaron R. Andrew share their vast expertise. The target audience is thirty and under. My first comments must be that I am...

Never Say Diet Personal Fitness Trainer, The

Sixteen Weeks to Achieve Your Goal of a Healthy Lifestyle
By Chantel Hobbs

Chantel Hobbs brings her experience to her latest book, The Never Say Diet: Personal Fitness Trainer. This is a companion book to Never Say Diet. The Never Say Diet: Personal Fitness Trainer is similar to a journal. There is a place to record your measurements,...

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One Minute Home Organizer, The

Making Your Home Beautiful and Your Life Clutter Free
By Emilie Barnes

I desire a sense of structure in my home as well as in my life. For me a sense of structure comes from organization. Eagerly, I read books on cleaning and organizing, but usually I find the similar suggestions in each book . Also, they...

People Are Idiots And I Can Prove It

The 10 Ways You Are Sabotaging Yourself and How You Can Overcome Them
By Larry Winget

We all know someone that has acted like an idiot. I know some that do it occasionally and some that are constant idiots. I admit that at times I’m an idiot. People Are Idiots And I Can Prove It is a positive...


How the Sex-Obsessed Culture Damages Girls(and America, Too)
By Carol Platt Liebau

“Today, American girls are forced to navigate a minefield more challenging, difficult, and pressure-filled than ever before when it comes to one vital topic: sex.” Prude by Carol Platt Liebau states what should be obvious. It is unfortunate that many people have closed their eyes...

Reality Millionaire

Proven Tips to Retire Rich
By Mike Peterson

Most everyone has dreams for their future; however, few have tactics to achieve that dream. Whether your dream is to finance your child’s education, pay off your home, go on a dream vacation, or retire early, it takes a strategy to reach that goal. Few...

Say Goodbye to Your PDI (Personality Disordered Individual)

Recognize People Who Make You Miserable and Eliminate Them from Your Life for Good!
By Stan Kapuchinski, M.D.

My husband has commented more than once that I seem to attract some odd characters. They cling to me. I can think of one particular person that after a few hours in their company I feel smothered. They are “needy” and always wanting attention. I...

Setting Boundaries with Your Adult Children

Six Steps to Hope and Healing for Struggling Parents
By Allison Bottke

When my daughter asked me to review Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children, I laughed and said “Okay”. God was using her in ways she never expected. Therefore, I thank her and Allison Bottke for Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children. “You feel betrayed because as...