Do you find yourself in an active state? Are you constantly seeking answers, and finding yourself doing everything you can to make progress? Many of us are plagued by constant effort to achieve. Despite our intentions, this path frequently leads us into a wall – getting us stuck. If you feel stuck in any way, you can get out of it. This book is a great resource to help you begin that journey.
If you seek to share a meaningful and memorable story with your children this year, check out The Wrong Wolf by Chris Craighead. Standing out as an early Bestseller in January, this book will resonate not only with young readers – but people of all ages.
The recipient of several prestigious literary awards, Under the Great Elm is an exquisite, beautifully told story. In the book, author Rich Flanders documents his adventurous life in extraordinary fashion. Sweeping from the Illinois countryside to the plains and mountains of the American West, from the cafes of Paris to the Gaza Strip, and from the tropics of India to the rhythms of Broadway, this is a story of hope and inspiration for our time.
Bestselling author and renowned musical artist Robert Dorsey Smith brings readers a fast-paced, memorable story in his new novel, Countdown. It’s a compelling thriller about a planned act of bioterrorism and the conception and execution of the time-critical strategy to avoid an epic environmental catastrophe and to hold those responsible accountable.
The Christmas season is a special time to connect with your family, children, and enjoy timeless traditions like reading. If you are looking for a joyful and unique story to add to your list this season, I highly recommend you check out this book. Double Trouble and the Upside Down Christmas Tree is a charming, memorable, and beautifully illustrated story that the entire family will love.
There is a profound connection between place and plot. Sometimes, the setting of a story can be so influential that it in a way, it is the main character. This is evident in Paul Kayaian’s marvelous collection of short stories, Day Rates, Night Sweats, and Often Barcelona in Between.
Inspired by true events, The Last Horseman is a captivating story of a Midwestern housewife who secretly devises a dangerous, epic gambling scheme to save the career of her alienated horse trainer husband. Along the way she defeats the cheaters and skirts danger to get to the big race.
Anyone who is interested in American history knows about the tragedy of the USS Indianapolis. Losing this great ship remains one of the darkest moments of United States naval history. But beyond tragedy, there is so much to be learned about the USS Indianapolis – particularly its many examples of heroism and valor. Heroes of the Shadows pays tribute to the heroic young black sailors who perished in the wreck – highlighting their service and sacrifice that has long been overlooked.
If you’re looking for the perfect story to introduce pertinent themes of mindfulness, awareness, and fairness – then Tia Bua Believes in Your Magic is for you. Thoughtfully written through a multicultural lens, this one-of-a-kind book encourages children to move forward on their personal wellness journeys.
Jo Firestone is a comedian, actress, and author who just released her book Murder on Sex Island. It’s an entertaining murder mystery that has already received tremendous praise from readers and critics. Take some time to learn about her one-of-a-kind book that I guarantee you will have a hard time putting down.