Book of the Day 8/18/22

Today’s Book of the Day is an empowering guide to accessing your deeper, feminine wisdom. Leading from the Feminine recognizes that we are at the crossroads of a crucial moment in history. For generations, everything we have been taught was created under a masculine paradigm. Author Laurie Benson believes that this lopsided awareness is a main contributor to many of the issues we face in the world today.

Book of the Day 8/17/22: If You Touch, I’ll Tell

Our Book of the Day is a powerful resource for children to learn how to stay safe and protect themselves from predators. Written by Dr. Shamina Aubuchon, If You Touch, I’ll Tell teaches kids how to use their voice power to deactivate predators and shield themselves from harm.

Book of the Day 8/15/22

There is No Backstage is Linda Stephens’ vulnerable and powerful memoir. It shares the remarkable details from her five decades in the theatre. Linda Stephens is an actress who has been awarded for her work in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, and Washington DC. She has appeared on Broadway and Off. She has received high praise by renown names like Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, and Stephen Sondheim.

Book of the Day 8/12/22

Author Brian Herman follows up his groundbreaking novel, One Rainy Season in Yunnan, with another instant classic. University Gossip is a fascinating work of fiction that serves as a response to the changing American ethos.

Book of the Day 8/11/22

Our Book of the Day is an essential companion for graphic designers, creative directors, brand managers, and all who work in similar industries. LogoLounge 13 is one of Bookshop’s hottest sellers right now and it contains the latest and most impressive design work – created by some of the most accomplished and noteworthy designers from around the world.

Book of the Day 8/8/22

Improve your life by looking inside! How to do it? Well, this book is a good place to start. Check out our Book of the Day, Meditation Madness, by Kiva V Waters.

Author Spotlight: L. M. Connolly

L.M. Connolly MS DVM spent twenty-six years as an associate veterinarian at a private practice. It’s a career filled with compassion fatigue, depression, suicide, and struggle. Learn more about Dr. Connolly and the inspiration behind her captivating story through our discussion.

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