If you have a case of the Monday blues, this might just be the perfect book for you. Lisa Hammett’s book, From Burnout to Best Life is an empowering guide to create positive change. It inspires you to act and create your fantastic, best life.
Relic Rupture is the captivating first book of the Benchmark Legacy Series. If you haven’t heard about it yet, it’s time to add this book to your list. It’s a thoughtful examination of life that addresses the heartrending struggles of human nature. These elaborate concepts are brought to the surface through a spellbinding mystery of time travel and the opportunity to redo life’s choices. It begs the question, what would you do differently if you had the chance?
We’re nearing the end of October and with that, the conclusion of spooky season. But fear not, spooky readers. Horror and suspense novels do not have to be seasonal. These three books are creative masterpieces filled with relevant themes, complex characters, and plenty of thrill. Whether it’s October or May, you’ll want to have these novels on your bookshelf.
With witty banter and an engaging plotline, Malcolm Webster, (Aspiring) 5th Grade Whiz Kid is a charming book that will amuse readers of all ages.
Did you know that October is Pitbull awareness month? It’s time to address the perceptions and stereotypes that surround these lovable dogs, and our book of the day is the perfect place to start. Tucker Finds His Forever Home is a heartwarming tale about a young Pitbull-mix who is forced out of his home because of how he looks. But in the end, he realizes that being himself is good enough – and he is worthy of being loved.
Natural Law is a book that challenges you to think differently and critically to make drastic improvements to your life. Author Eric Patrick Marr will be the first to tell you that something he loves most is questioning everything in life. Today, many are reluctant to challenge contemporary dogma. Our hesitance to question the world around us is problematic. This insightful book will remind you how important it is to ask questions, make changes, and hearken back to Nature.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, what about a thousand words and a picture? Illustrated books represent creativity at its finest. There’s something so powerful about blending the visual with the written word to tell a story. Each of these three books are stunning examples of how impactful illustrations can be when coupled with thoughtful, strategic writing. Readers of all ages will be engrossed in these unforgettable, illustrated stories.
Atomic Sunrise packs a thrilling punch and had me on the edge of my seat. This alt-history thriller takes place in a world in which the United States normalized using atomic bombs in 1950. It’s a dramatic and intriguing read that I recommend to all fiction fans.
This is a cookbook you can feel good about. Baking the Best of Mary Lee’s Desserts is filled with over 85 delicious dessert recipes. She is known for her scrumptious cupcakes, old-fashioned layer cakes, signature cakes, cookies, bars, tartlets, and more. Not only will your taste buds thank you for these delectable bakes, but you also are supporting great causes with your purchase.
Poetry is about more than reading, it’s about feeling. Poems help us process all that life throws at us – love and heartbreak, happiness and despair, triumph and failure. A poem can inspire, and it also can offer us a literary shoulder to cry on. There’s a poem for every moment and every feeling. Check out these three poetry books that cover themes like love, grief, hope, and gratitude. No matter what you’re feeling, there’s something in these pages that you could embrace.