Books

  • Message in a Shell, by Ghazi Kaddouh

    “Message in a Shell” by Ghazi Kaddouh is a compelling thriller novel that follows Sami Badroni, a friend and smuggling partner for a high-ranking Palestine Liberation Organization official in Beirut, during the civil war in Lebanon. After saving a woman from the grasps of his friend’s number one competitor named Murad, Sami finds himself with […]

  • Your Personal Guidance System, by Joan Spencer

    “Your Personal Guidance System: Unlock the Door to the Universe and Experience the Magic” by Joan Spencer is an enlightening guidebook designed to help readers discover their deeper purpose and the incredible beauty of life. Spencer describes a human’s ‘personal guidance system’ and identifies elements of the human experience that serve as the guidance system’s […]

  • Burning Desire, by M.L. Stark

    Author M. L. Stark, through a fictionalized account of her personal life, tells her story of abuse while dating a psychopathic man in “Burning Desire: The Psychopath and the Girl in Black Prada Shoes Part I.” This book is the first in an adult fiction series that raises awareness of the intense, destructive nature of […]

  • Life After… The Day I Died, by Pamela Neuberth

    “Life After. . . The Day I Died” by Pamela Neuberth is an uplifting memoir that shares a woman’s journey to Heaven. Neuberth, who was provided with the ultimate second chance at life, visited Heaven after getting hit by a car at twelve years old. She details what Heaven was like during her Near-Death Experience […]

  • STABLE: The Keys to Heaven on Earth, by April Michelle Lewis

    STABLE: The Keys to Heaven on Earth offers a new and different message as religious barriers are broken down. STABLE is defined by author April Michelle Lewis as Sound, Thought, Always Believe, Life of Excellence—truly the keys to experiencing heaven on earth. For thousands of years, humankind has envisioned a peaceful world. Peace can be […]

  • 1947: The Greys’ Odyssey to Earth, by Gus V.

    “1947: The Greys’ Odyssey to Earth” by Gus V. is a futuristic science fiction novel set in the year 2065. The book chronicles an advanced, peaceful race called the “Greys” and their journey to Earth. The Greys, after venturing to various planets in the universe, wish to find an alliance with humans on planet Earth. […]

  • Wonderfully Weird, by Drake Hunter

    “Wonderfully Weird: Seven Strange Ways to Define a Life of Wonder” by Drake Hunter is a spiritual guidebook designed to help readers break free from their mundane daily routines and step into their God-given destiny. Hunter explains how a person’s destiny falls under one of four categories, which is their potential divine image. Hunter developed […]

  • Break Open Your Box, by Matthew M. Plank

    Christian author Matthew Plank wrote his book, “Break Open Your Box: Piecing Your Life Together for a Time Such as This.” Utilizing his own life experiences and Biblical references, Plank wishes to help readers piece their lives together. Within his book, he provides his perspective as a son and his perspective as a father. As […]

  • All We Need Is Love, by Michele D. Baker

    “All We Need Is Love: In Service to the Light Book One” by Michele D. Baker is a collection of messages the author has received from angels, ancestors, spirit guides and other sentient beings from other worlds as she moves through her Ascension, or spiritual awakening. By means of automatic writing, Baker relays the channeled […]

  • Beowulf: A Translation into English Verse, by Matthew Hutchinson

    “Beowulf: A Translation into English Verse” by Matthew Hutchinson is a well-researched translation of the Old English, epic poem: “Beowulf.” Hutchinson starts the book with a detailed background on his approach to translating the poem. Then, he presents his translated version of the poem, which is easy for readers to follow. In the appendices of […]

  • Briefcase Wisdom for a Backpack Culture, by Jerry Gano

    Briefcase Wisdom for a Backpack Culture” by Jerry Gano is a daily devotional that is a collection of Facebook posts that the author has written. The title of the book refers to the generational differences between readers. Gano explains that although there are generational differences, the Word of the Lord transcends these differences and can […]

  • Both Feet on the Ground by Marshall Urich

    You’re stressed out, tired of looking at the same four walls, drained by the negativity on social media, and exhausted from juggling work with homeschooling and entertaining your kids. No matter your age, location, or financial standing, there is a simple, effective therapy that is abundantly available, and it’s right outside your door. “Get out […]

  • Pure Fyre by KristaLyn A. Vetovich

    High-vibe author and astrologist KristaLyn A. Vetovich recently published her latest New Age, fantasy novel: “Pure Fyre.” This novel is set in a high-vibe world where the characters tap into their powers by using metaphysical concepts, such as connecting with crystal energy and spirit guides. “Pure Fyre” entertains readers with a mystical, adventure tale and […]

  • “My YOUniverse According to Dharma” By: Beatriz Roche

    Author Beatriz Roche has published an inspirational book about her transformative journey to enlightenment in which she invites readers to awaken their spirits, discover their universal truth, and tap into their limitless inner power. In “My YOUniverse According to Dharma,” Roche shares her experience crossing paths with her late, close friend, Yelitza, in a dream […]

  • I AM: Your Guide to Mind and Body Union by Maggie Moor

    Author, healer and psychoanalyst Maggie Moor has developed a spiritual self-help book that outlines her somatic healing method to help those who have been through trauma. “I AM: Your Guide to Mind and Body Union for Total Awareness” is designed to help readers who have endured trauma to become self-aware and create a mind, body […]

  • Storm on the Horizon by Sylvia McKelvey

    Extraterrestrial researcher and investigator Sylvia McKelvey published a detailed, informative book that explores extraterrestrial existence titled: “Storm on the Horizon: The New Age, UFOs, and the Cosmic Christ.” In her book, McKelvey delves into the history of extraterrestrial and UFO appearances on Earth. The extensive research and evidence, along with her personal experiences and UFO […]

  • The Riven Tree by Robby Kautz

    Robby Kautz published “The Riven Tree,” which is an allegory about trauma and how a young oak finds her way back to hope and happiness. The oak tree, after getting hit by lightning, feels ashamed of her altered appearance and worthless in the eyes of God due to her perceived “damage.” When the oak tree […]

  • Forget Dieting by Candice Rosen

    Temporary Isolation Can Be The Opportunity To Permanently Transform Your Weight And Health Los Angeles, CA, May 18, 2020 ̶ Not sure how to eat and stay healthy this quarantine season without resorting to your familiar diet of spaghetti, bread, pizza, and sugar? Candice Rosen, R.N., MSW, and author of the upcoming book Forget Dieting: […]

  • The Effect of Meditation and Relaxation by Anthea Morne

    After 38 years of working with schizophrenic patients, Anthea Morne, RN, Ph.D., LMHC, CASAC, has found meditation to be a great tool to aid mental healing. Recently, she published “The Effect of Meditation and Relaxation on Individuals Diagnosed with Long-Term Schizophrenia” to present research from a six-year experiment she conducted with schizophrenic patients. By instructing […]

  • Break an Egg!: The Broadway Cookbook

    Recently on her blog The Geeky Hostess, author/blogger Tara Theoharis revealed the cover of her amazing new cookbook BREAK AN EGG! THE BROADWAY COOKBOOK (Insight Editions; Sept 1 2020)– the cookbook with over 50 recipes inspired by Broadway’s classic musicals. Some of the book’s recipes include: The Wizard and Ice – Wicked Schnitzel With Noodles […]

  • “WRITE AND TEAR: Detox your mind” by CS.I. Csölle Ildikó

    “WRITE AND TEAR: Detox your mind.” by CS.I. Csὅlle Ildikó is a simple guidebook that was written to help readers detox their minds from the endless stimulations they are exposed to on a daily basis. From a technical, non-religious standpoint, this guide outlines simple steps to help the brain work properly and to help readers […]

  • The Small Scroll by Christopher Miller

    “The Small Scroll: The Enlightenment of Jesus” by Christopher Miller is a reflective book that follows the life of Jesus Christ from His perspective that unveils the simple, but eternal, truths of faith. Written as a descriptive narrative, Miller weaves scripture and Jesus’ stream of consciousness as he navigates the world as a human and […]

  • Feather on the Wind of Change

    “Feather on the ‘Wind of Change’ Safaris, Surgery and Stentgrafts,” by Dr. Michael Lawrence-Brown is a captivating memoir that recounts the author’s life story, from his unconventional upbringing in East Africa to his ground-breaking work in developing the stent graft for aortic aneurysms. Born in colonized Kenya to British parents, Dr. Lawrence-Brown enjoyed a picturesque, […]

  • Stormy’s World: Inside Porn by Edward Shorter

    Stormy Daniels became front page news. The transformation in what used to be called “smut” is astonishing. One moment it’s a “public health crisis” in Nebraska, the next moment Stormy’s bodyguards are fighting off the photographers as she swans into a court hearing that directly affects the president of the United States. This book sets […]

  • The Gift You Give Yourself by E. Gaylon McCollough MD FACS

    Ah, quarantine. It’s something many of us are already experiencing, and with Coronavirus spreading like wildfire across the U.S., it doesn’t seem like it’ll be long before we are all stuck inside for precautionary measure. But how can we make sure we maintain a healthy lifestyle during this time, especially when gyms are closed and […]

  • Cygenic by Monique Poirier

    Circlet Press, an imprint of Riverdale Avenue Books, has just published Cygenics by Monique Poirier. The book takes place in the not-so-distant future, where human DNA and advanced technology have combined to create sentient machines that look and feel oh-so-human, whether they are used as nannies, nurses, or sex toys. But what happens when a […]

  • The Coffee Cartel by Paul H. Barrett

    Paul H. Barrett, a Navy veteran and experienced yacht captain, recently published an adventure novel, “The Coffee Cartel,” which follows Paul Pilot as he discovers and investigates the worldwide spread of modified, super-addictive cocaine laced coffee that hooks each innocent, unsuspecting coffee drinker. This fictional exposé sheds light on the horrors of drug addiction in […]

  • Into Your Child’s Heart by Agnes Lui

    In “Into Your Child’s Heart,” author Agnes Lui shares stories from her childhood and the impact they had on her parenting. She discusses how blessed spirits came forth and helped her with various life challenges as well as the spiritual side of parenting. Lui was also a social worker and presents her concerns about the […]

  • Breaking Forth: A Release into Your Kairos Season by Dr. Angela M. Rucker

    International minister Angela Marie Rucker, Th.D., Ph.D., D.D., recently published her motivational guidebook “Breaking Forth: A Release into Your Kairos Season” to help readers, who may feel lost, find themselves and activate their power within. Rucker focuses on a change of mindset that is necessary to be liberated from mediocrity and the acceptance of a […]

  • Empower Yourself for an Amazing Career by Blanca De La Rosa

    “Empower Yourself for an Amazing Career” by Blanca De La Rosa is an insightful business advice book that encourages readers to climb the corporate ladder, no matter their economic or cultural background. With her inner wisdom and spirituality paired with practical, timeless tips on professionalism, De La Rosa utilizes her seasoned business expertise to inspire […]

  • Where Tigers Flew by Rebecca Kaye

    “Where Tigers Flew” by Rebecca Kaye is an intense memoir that follows the author’s troubles as a young Eurasian girl (English-Chinese) growing up in China under Japanese occupation during World War II. Kaye discusses various struggles she faced such as: discrimination from both eastern and western cultures (since she was of a mixed heritage), a […]

  • From Sudden Death to Paradise by T.S. Dismas

    T.S. Dismas served in the Military Police Corps until his honorable discharge due to disabilities he sustained while serving his country. Dismas’ disabilities led to a rare autoimmune disease and then to a heart attack and life-threatening heart failure. In his moving memoir, “From Sudden Death to Paradise: The Story of a Near-Death Experience,” Dismas […]

  • Trust: Understanding My Why by Deb Richard

    “Trust: Understanding My Why” by Deb Richard is Richard’s inspirational life story from competing in the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) and earning six titles to overcoming personal hurdles that redefined who she is as leader and as an individual. Readers will see Richard’s finding of her strengths, purpose and values in life by sharing […]

  • Bruised Purple Hearts by Jerry C. Blanton

    “Bruised Purple Hearts: Ghosts of the USA” by Jerry C. Blanton is a historical tale illustrating what it was like to live through chaotic times in the 1960s and 1970s that include the Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam War, and the rise of feminism, equal rights, the gay liberation movement, music and more. Blanton shares a […]

  • Love Your Body Love Your Life by Jenna Lisa Lobos

    “Love Your Body Love Your Life: 52 Tips That Will Radically Improve Your Health” by Jenna Lisa Lobos as an expansive self-help book that establishes a road map for readers to find confidence in their own skin. With tips to take care of their inner body (physically, emotionally and spiritually), this book helps transform readers […]

  • Hemingway’s Retreat by J. Michael Moriarty

    “Hemingway’s Retreat: To Ireland” by J. Michael Moriarty is an imaginative exploration of Ernest Hemingway’s second chance of life after faking his own death on July 2, 1961. In the book, J. Michael illustrates the transformation of Hemingway into Irish man Matt Fitzgerald. Throughout his new journey, Fitzgerald (Hemingway), learns more about his Irish roots […]

  • A Salesman! by Larry Dickman

    “A Salesman! – Reflection On My Life” by Larry Dickman as an insightful memoir illustrating the life of an accomplished salesman. Dickman reflects on the hardships that he faced throughout his life as well as the many successes that he accomplished in his career.

  • Dandelion and Roses by Parand Alavi

    “Dandelions and Roses: A Contemporary Persian Romance” by Parand Alavi is an imaginative story with real life influences that illustrates the devasting tragedies of living through the horrendous uprising in Iraq. Alavi introduces a highly respected Kurdish family of low income that go through brutal circumstances that eventually causes them to seek safety. Readers will […]

  • From Fear to Gratitude by Glenn Cossarr

    Life and business coach Glenn Cossar has published his most recent self-help book: “From Fear to Gratitude: Affirmations to Build a Positive Future and Eliminate Those Negative Thoughts.” Developed for readers who want to work on personal development, such as improving their lives and overcoming loneliness and isolation, “From Fear to Gratitude” presents easy to […]

  • Skills that Pills Can’t Give You by Judy Cook

    “Skills That Pills Can’t Give You” by Judy Cook, MD is an insightful guidebook about holistically healing mental disease rather than using medication to temporarily fix the issue. The author is a retired psychiatrist who has seen, throughout her career, an increase in prescribing drugs rather than therapy and an increase in overdosages and mental […]