Visions, Values, and Corporate Hypocrisy

What ever happened to leading by example in business? In today’s corporate culture, too many are following examples set by narcissistic politicians and corrupt megachurch leaders. Civility is old-school. Accountability is dead. Dr. Williams makes a case for a ‘people first’ approach to leadership. “One of the best books gaining interest during The Great Resignation…”Lisa Q., Newsfile Corp” $2.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

The Well-Mannered Horse: Developing an Ideal Equine Buddy

Working with your very own horse can be one of the most wonderful parts of your day… until it’s not. In The Well-Mannered Horse: Developing an Ideal Equine Buddy, Meredith Hill is back with more insight on how to deal with some of your horse’s less enjoyable behaviors. Does your horse pin its ears frequently? Are you afraid to actually get on your horse for a ride? Has handling your horse become dangerous? If you’ve been experiencing the same issues with your horse over and over again... [Read More...]

People Suck: A Cheat Code for Introverts

“People Suck: A Cheat Code for Introverts” is a hilarious and practical guidebook that will help you navigate the social landscape with ease. Written by a deaf introvert who knows a thing or two about not fitting in, this book is packed with tips, tricks, and real-life stories that will make you feel understood and empowered. $2.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: Celtic Paganism

Are you interested in the Celtic people’s historical rituals and religious beliefs? Would you like to discover more about their incredibly well-liked myths, tales, and folklore? Are you wondering about how their traditional customs are still practiced today? If you’ve answered YES, Allow this book to immerse you in the Celtic culture, beliefs, religious rituals, and legends from ancient times to the present!! Before Christianity and other faiths emerged, the Celtics had their beliefs ab... [Read More...]

WWII Letters from England: Book 1: An American Soldier Writes Home

Six months after the bombing at Pearl Harbor, Charles “Muggins” Sommers was drafted into the US Army. Shipping out for England in 1943, he suggested to his wife they begin numbering their correspondence. By the time he arrived home, he had sent around five hundred letters filled with insightful and moving snapshots of the life of a U.S. soldier in England during the war. Susan Sommers Thurman’s WWII Letters from England chronicles the true stories of Burtonwood—the joint US-UK facility ... [Read More...]

The Half-Known Life: What Matters Most When You’re Running Out of Time

“I’m going down now,” I said to a woman before the darkness—my first cardiac arrest. As a behavioral coach, it became maddening to hear about everyday problems while I fought to remain conscious. The Half-Known Life challenges conventional thinking of success, identity, and personal change. Get out of your head and get into your life, before it slips away. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Stop The Tall Man, Save The Tiger: A Memoir

When Peter Young married Paige, the love of his life, he unwittingly entered a whole new world, one dominated by her bizarre Uncle Robert. While trying to remain close to Paige and thus save his marriage, Peter was sucked into the tiny cult of Uncle Robert’s where casinos are churches and Jews conspire to rule the world. But you never know you are in a cult, you only know you were in one. So for nearly twenty years Peter allowed himself to be slowly brainwashed, missing the obvious signs ... [Read More...]

Cellphone Photography Mastermind – Simple techniques for taking incredible pictures with iPhone and Android: Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Great Photography

Chatting during a long beach walk, we realized that we have accumulated all of this knowledge and we wanted to share it so in 2012 we started taking Educational Photo-Tours through our company Photo School VIP. We have taught over 8000 students with an 80% repeat rate. We have turned the entire video course into this book so more people can afford to learn from us. We teach through the back roads of South Africa, on safari in Botswana, while exploring the hidden gems of Italy, through the footh... [Read More...]

ACTing Now: A New Approach to the Old Techniques of Acting

In this controversial book, Norman B. Schwartz suggests that many of the conventional training techniques that have come down to us from the American and British theater may not fully prepare today´s working actor for the special requirements of the marketplace where the actor is the seller asked by an agent or casting director to self-tape an audition for the buyer—a producer or director—whom the actor may never get to meet unless he or she is hired. Mr. Schwartz proposes a new method tha... [Read More...]